Pfizer has asked a U.S. court to throw out a whistleblower’s lawsuit on the basis that the company can’t be guilty of fraud, abuse, and protocol violations in its COVID Vaccine clinical trials because its contract with the U.S. government allowed them to skirt regulations and federal laws that typically apply to government contracts.
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In other words, Pfizer was allegedly able to make false statements to the government, and lie about the safety and efficacy of its product, “because the government was in on it with them!” according to Robert Barnes, the lead lawyer in the case.
The whistleblower, Brook Jackson, was the regional director for the Ventavia Research Group, the company that was conducting Pfizer’s pivotal phase III trial in Texas in 2020.
In September of 2020, Jackson emailed a complaint to the FDA, informing the agency of the company’s allegedly dangerous and shoddy research practices. The FDA took no action on her email, and Pfizer continued to use the company.
Ventavia fired her after she tried to expose the alleged fraud, abuse, and protocol violations she witnessed during the trials.
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In January 2021, Jackson filed a False Claims Act lawsuit (read below) in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Beaumont Division.
The case was placed under seal from January of 2021 to February of 2022, preventing Jackson from speaking publicly during the mass vaccine rollout. She told American Greatness that she decided to go public in September of 2021 anyway, and told her story to the British Medical Journal (BMJ) in September of 2021.
“The amount of guilt I felt … still feel about having to keep this from the public is a horrible, horrible feeling,” Jackson lamented.
She said that her attorneys from Berg and Androphy withdrew from the case after she decided to go public, leaving her without counsel. In an email obtained by American Greatness, one of the lawyers warned Jackson that if she broke the gag order, “the government will come after you.”
In the BMJ report published last November, Jackson said she witnessed researchers falsifying data, unblinding trial participants, and employing inadequately trained vaccinators. She also said researchers were slow to follow up on a multitude of adverse events.
Jackson has since claimed in multiple interviews that the Pfizer clinical trial was riddled with errors, fraud and abuse of the scientific process.
Her False Claims Act suit against Pfizer, Ventavia, and ICON claims that Pfizer violated clinical trial regulations and federal laws, including the False Claims Act.
The U.S. Department of Justice declined to intervene on behalf of Jackson in the suit.
Pfizer argued in court that the company did not violate its contract because its agreement with the U.S. Department of Defense allowed them to skirt the rules, Epoch Times reported.
Pfizer told the court that Jackson’s claim that Pfizer must comply with the Federal Acquisition Regulations was “simply wrong.”
The court order was in response to a Freedom of Information (FOIA) request by the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency.
Thousands of research volunteers associated with the WarRoom and DailyClout (made up of doctors, RNs, biostatisticians, medical fraud investigators, lab clinicians and research scientists) have poured through the documents and issued multiple alarming reports on what they’ve found.
“The lies revealed are stunning,” The Daily Clout’s Naomi Wolf wrote in a recent cri de coeur on her “Outspoken” Substack.
Wolf said the documents show that Pfizer (and the FDA) “knew by December 2020 that the MRNA vaccines did not work—that they “waned in efficacy” and presented “vaccine failure.” One side effect of getting vaccinated, as they knew by one month after the mass 2020 rollout, was “COVID.”
To buttress their case that they did nothing wrong, Pfizer told the court that the government had basically ignored the whistleblower’s concerns.
In its motion to dismiss, Pfizer pointed out that the government did not join Jackson’s suit, and FDA regulators did not rescind emergency approval of its product after Jackson came forward with allegations of fraud and abuse at sites managed by Ventavia.
“The agreement makes no mention of the FDA regulations and FAR provisions cited in relator’s complaint,” Pfizer said. “The agreement instead conditions payment, more simply, on Pfizer’s delivery of an FDA authorized or approved product. Pfizer’s vaccine has satisfied that condition since December 2020, as the complaint acknowledges, and the vaccine continues to satisfy that condition today. The Court should reject Relator’s express certification claim for this reason alone.”
The lead attorney in the case since last fall, Robert Barnes, said that the reason Pfizer was able to get away with submitting fraudulent certifications, false statements to the government, and lies about the safety and efficacy of their product is “because the government was in on it with them!”
The government’s alleged complicity in the fraud presents a challenge to Jackson’s case because the government knew what was going on and still approved the product. “So is it really fraud if the government’s a co-conspirator?” he asked fellow lawyer Viva Frei during a recent podcast. “That is in essence Pfizer’s defense so far to the case,” he added.
The judge, according to Barnes, said Jackson’s legal team will be entitled to discovery about any issue related to the motion to dismiss.
“Their goal was for this case to go away and for them to not have to disclose a single piece of documentation, and just for them to be able to walk out without any consequences,” he said.
The attorney accused Pfizer of stealing $2 billion from the people of the United States, and said Jackson’s claim is on behalf of all the American people.
Barnes told Frei Jackson’s suit is “probably the biggest whistleblower False Claims Act case maybe in the history of the United States.”
Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media. This article was originally published on American Greatness.
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