The same public relations firm that was hired by pharmaceutical giants Pfizer and Moderna to promote Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” throughout the plandemic is also embedded within the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we now know.
Weber Shandwick was awarded a $50 million contract to join the CDC’s “Division of Viral Diseases team,” reports indicate. Its purpose is to boost “health communication,” as that term is loosely defined.
At the very same time, Weber Shandwick has been a Pfizer partner since at least 2006, having worked with the company to elevate its public profile. It also partnered with Moderna in June following the success of that company’s mRNA (messenger RNA) Chinese Virus injection.
What this means is that the same company actively promoting private pharmaceutical interests is also working within a so-called public government agency to direct health policy. This is what is known as a conflict of interest. (Related: Remember when the CDC was caught removing covid jab injury reports from VAERS?)