Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said his pharmaceutical company has to toss millions of its COVID-19 jab doses in the trash.
30 million doses!
Nobody wants the poisonous injections anymore.
Bancel’s comments came while speaking on a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
“It’s sad to say I’m in the process of throwing 30 million doses in the garbage because nobody wants them. We have a big demand problem,” Bancel said.
Moderna has reached out to several countries to see if any governments wanted the mRNA gene therapies, but there aren’t any takers.
“We right now have governments — we tried to contact … through the embassies in Washington. Every country and nobody wants to take them,” the Moderna CEO said.
“And so, the challenge we have right now is very different to the one we had two years ago.”
“The issue in many countries is that people don’t want vaccines,” Bancel added, specifically referencing the United States.
Watch Bancel’s comments below:
Moderna CEO: "I'm in the process of throwing 30 million doses into the garbage because nobody wants them. We have a big demand problem…Every country, and nobody wants to take them."
— Airiel Hicks (@AirielHicks) August 13, 2022
“Bancel’s comments come as Moderna Chief Medical Officer Paul Burton announced plans to release a new omicron booster this fall,” the Washington Examiner noted.
Moderna isn’t the only COVID-19 jab manufacturer with a surplus of toxic javelins.
“Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said there are “billions” of unused doses of his COVID vaccine that the United States and the European Union have purchased from his company and offered at no cost to developing countries,” Clark County Today reported.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla explains to the WEF there's a surplus of 7,000,000,000 doses of his COVID vaccine sitting in warehouses because there aren't enough "educated populations that believe the vaccines are doing well.."
— Jeremy Loffredo (@loffredojeremy) May 26, 2022
Clark County Today added:
In a WEF presentation at Davos on Wednesday, founder Klaus Schwab lamented to Bourla that they “were both targets of the anti-vaccine movements and conspiracy people.”
Bourla complained that there is a “very fanatic group of anti-vaxxers that will go after us no matter what.”
“They will claim that the sun didn’t go up because people were vaccinated,” he said, suggesting the criticisms are completely detached from science.
But “everything went OK,” the Pfizer CEO told Schwab, “and now, I think, we can move on.”
Bourla made a similar charge in November, declaring people spreading “misinformation” about the vaccines were “criminals” who have cost “millions of lives.”
However, he acknowledged in January that two doses of his vaccine “offer very limited protection, if any” against the dominant omicron variant. And he said the mRNA vaccines “don’t have the safety profile that we hoped we can achieve with this technology.”