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Just How Rich Did The Moderna Founders Get?


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Anyone who doesn’t understand that this is about money at this point is a fool.

When the dust settles down, we are going to have to figure out what to do with our neighbors…..

You know….the ones who so errantly fell in line with what will one day be studied as one of the biggest human rights violations ever to rock the free world.

How can we continue to live with these people now that we know what they are made of? Now that we know they would have been avid Nazis in the 20th century, where do we go from here?

We can’t forget about it, and we cannot simply go back to the way things were. It’s like a marriage that loses its sanctity due to infidelity—it’s that bad.

Companies like Pfizer and Moderna have made a killing off of this entire pandemic, and you essentially have to shut your brain off to miss that this is purely about money and nothing else.

Moderna went from a $9 billion market cap to roughly $124 billion due to this ‘pandemic’.

These people have every incentive to keep this thing going. To sell you endless booster shots, pills, and other C-19 related products.

Here’s how rich the Moderna founders have gotten:

The New York Post states:

Moderna co-founder and chairman Noubar Afeyan along with fellow co-founder and Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Robert Langer both made the list, with estimated net worths of $3.7 billion and $3.5 billion, respectively.

Timothy Springer, a Harvard Medical School professor and early Moderna investor, also debuted on the list with a net worth of $4.4 billion, according to Forbes.

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Fortune Magazine previously reported:

Fast-forward to summer 2021 and how quaint those early milestones seem with Moderna’s COVID vaccine slinging its financial fortunes into the stratosphere.

The drug maker easily bested Wall Street expectations in the year’s second quarter, according to Moderna’s Q2 2021 earnings report released Thursday, with $4.4 billion in total revenues over the three-month period ended on June 30 versus $67 million over the same period last year.

The company also reported net income of $2.8 billion.



 

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