Pfizer Board Member Is Former Facebook Director

( According to the National Pulse, a member of Pfizer’s board of directors was once on the board of directors for social media giant Facebook and served as CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellmann was appointed to Facebook’s board of directors in 2013 and was appointed the board’s Lead Independent Director in June 2015. She stepped down from Facebook’s board on October 30, 2019, citing the demands of her position as CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The National Pulse notes that Desmond-Hellman left Facebook “shortly before the first reported case of COVID-19.” Though, the chances the two are linked is highly unlikely.

Then in 2020, Desmond-Hellman stepped down from her role as CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

After stepping down from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Desmond-Hellman joined the board of directors for Pfizer in 2020 where she is now a member of Pfizer’s Governance & Sustainability and Science & Technology Committees. Desmond-Hellman previously worked as the Associate Director of Clinical Cancer Research at Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Center. Before that, she was the President of Product Development at Genetech.

The National Pulse seems to believe Dr. Desmond-Hellman serving on Facebook’s board from 2013 to 2019 has some bearing on Facebook’s decision to censor vaccine skeptics in 2021. Though, that’s probably a bit of a stretch.

When the White House and Federal health officials are directly working with Facebook to ensure “misinformation” about the COVID vaccine is censored, pointing the finger of blame at a former member of the board who left two years ago is missing the forest for the trees.

Does Pfizer benefit from the collusion between the Government and Facebook? Yes, that is undeniable. Pfizer also financially benefits from Biden’s vaccine mandates. There is no doubt there are plenty of incestuous connections between Big Tech, Big Pharma, and this administration.

But pointing the finger of blame at Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellman requires a lot of mental gymnastics.