Viola: Vaccine Manufacturers Always Have Intentions Of Money Making



Viola Kusasira, the RX Radio guest host on The Fatboy Show, believes that most vaccine-making companies have a dissimilar objective of making money instead of saving lives.


“I think the motives of all these companies have always not been genuine. I remember Pfizer remarked that their sales were reducing, indicating that they are just in it to make money,” Viola submitted.


Viola made the claims while commenting on Moderna’s move to sue its competitors Pfizer and BioNTech for patent infringement, alleging that the two companies copied its technology used for manufacturing the Cocid 19 vaccines.


According to Moderna, Pfizer and BioNTech replicated their RNA and mRNA technology to create the Covid vaccine Violating their intellectual property, and filed suits in the US District Court in Massachusetts and the Regional Court of Düsseldorf in Germany.


However, Viola thought that the Moderna suit has different intentions. “This could be one of those stunts that people do to have their name known and have the world divided, supporting one of the companies and buying more of its vaccines.”


Her co-host Fatboy hoped the suits might reveal some dark secrets that may prove conspiracy theorists who claim that the vaccine manufacturers had some background information on the genetic codes of the virus before recognition in China.


Responding to the suit, the Pfizer spokesperson noted that although it was not fully aware of the complaint, it would stand firm to protect its intellectual property in courts of law.


The Fatboy show is hosted by James Onen aka Fatboy, Olive, and Sarah every weekday from 6 am to 10 am on RX Radio.


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