Pfizer scientists: Natural immunity is better than what we have to offer

As Project Veritas continues its multi-part exposé of insider knowledge from the Pharma industry, it emerges that even within the companies producing COVID vaccines, scientists are aware of what isolated studies have dared to publish – that natural immunity is superior, probably even far superior, to vaccine-acquired “immunity.”

A journalist working with Veritas made contact with several scientists involved with the development and manufacture of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to be used against COVID-19.

One, Nick Karl, who is directly involved in vaccine production, told the Project Veritas journalist:

“When somebody is naturally immune – like they got COVID – they probably have more antibodies against the virus … When you actually get the virus, you’re going to start producing antibodies against multiple pieces of the virus,” he explained, not just against the so-called spike protein which the Pfizer mRNA vaccine targets.

“So, your antibodies are probably better at that point than the [COVID] vaccination,” Karl concluded, even though he professed himself to be in favor of vaccine mandates.

Project Veritas also interviewed Chris Croce, senior associate scientist with Pfizer.

The journalist asked Croce if he was well-protected with antibodies following infection, and Croce responded, “Yes … probably more [than following vaccination], since there was a natural response.”

Croce added that, “I feel like I work for an evil corporation because it comes down to profits in the end. I mean, I’m there to help people, not to make millions and millions of dollars. So, I mean, that’s the moral dilemma. Basically, our organization is run on COVID money now.”

The third Pfizer scientist who spoke with Project Veritas, Rahul Khandke, admitted that Pfizer bars its employees from revealing key information to the public.

“We’re bred and taught to be like, ‘Vaccine is safer than actually getting COVID.’ Honestly, we had to do so many seminars on this. You have no idea. Like, we have to sit there for hours and hours and listen to things like, ‘You cannot talk about this in public,’” Khandke said.

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