During Monday’s episode of “The Kim Iversen Show,” journalist and political commentator Kim Iversen played video clips of visibly outraged Australian senators grilling Pfizer executives who appeared to evade questions about COVID-19 vaccine safety and efficacy.
During a hearing held last week in the Australian Senate, Pfizer executives admitted Australia-based staff were provided a separate, private batch of the COVID-19 vaccine. They also conceded they don’t know why the vaccines cause myocarditis and pericarditis.
Pfizer Australia and New Zealand’s country medical director, Dr. Krishan Thiru, and head of regulatory sciences, Dr. Brian Hewitt, appeared before the Education and Employment Legislation Committee, which is investigating the COVID-19 vaccine rollout as part of the Australian parliamentary inquiry.
During Monday’s episode of “The Kim Iversen Show,” journalist and political commentator Kim Iversen played video clips of visibly outraged senators grilling the Pfizer executives — who often provided evasive answers — about issues related to the vaccine rollout.
In one clip, Senator Matthew Canavan asked repeatedly if Pfizer tested whether or not the vaccine could stop or reduce transmission prior to the vaccine rollout in 2020.
Thiru responded by doubling down on claims that the vaccine is “safe and effective.”