Pfizer CEO Received $24.3 Million in Total Compensation for 2021

Pfizer CEO Received $24.3 Million in Total Compensation for 2021

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, who recently announced that a fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose will be necessary for everyone who has already gotten three doses, was awarded $24.3 million in personal financial compensation in 2021. In addition to his $1.69 million salary, which increased by 15 percent, Bourla took home a cash incentive of $8 million, received stock and options totaling $13.2 million, and secured $1.38 million in other compensation. His 597,000 shares of Pfizer stock are worth more than $32 million.1

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Autism Rate at 1 in 14 Students in NJ’s Toms River District:

New Jersey County Autism Rate Triple National Average

NJAS data from 74 school districts that were studied determined that the autism rate among eight-year-old children had continued to steadily increase. Of the 74 districts, the largest suburban school district—Toms River Regional Schools in Ocean County—had an autism rate estimated at 1 in 14 children, or more than twice the state average and triple the 1 in 44 rate for the country.

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Dr. Ardis/Stew Peters and documentary WATCH THE WATER

From: Children’s Health Defense….Mother dies…after vaccination…gets numb, starts to hallucinate. “develops double vision that ultimately led to blindness, and she began to hallucinate…“She would see herself falling out of the chair and she would physically see herself on the ground,” Beauchine said. “It was weird to understand. She developed a fear of water and would become scared she was near a body of water.”

Note: Cane toad venom, for example, will mainly affect the heart. The main component of the toxins secreted, bufotenin, will cause hallucinations

 

Washington State passed law to outlaw gasoline-powered cars

Washington state legislators passed a law to outlaw most new gasoline-powered cars in the next eight years.

SB 5974, which was recently signed (pdf) by Democrat Gov. Jay Inslee, establishes that “all publicly owned and privately owned passenger and light duty vehicles of model year 2030 or later that are sold, purchased, or registered in Washington state be electric vehicles” and creates an “interagency electric vehicle coordinating council.”

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