(PresidentialInsider.com)- Did you know that Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellman, who is currently a member of the Pfizer Board of Directors, is a former Facebook director?
Now you do.
An investigative report just revealed how Desmond-Hellman previously worked for Facebook as the Lead Independent Director – a conflict of interest that becomes clear when you consider the fact that the social media network regularly censors users who dare question the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines.
And with Pfizer now effectively being more of a vaccine company than it is a regular pharmaceutical company, there are lots of questions here that must be asked.
Desmond-Hellman was first appointed to the Facebook board back in March of 2014, serving in the role of Lead Independent Director between June of 2015 and October of 2019 – which is right before the first-ever case of COVID-19 was discovered.
When she left, right around the time the pandemic broke out, she received bundles of praise from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who said that she was a “wonderful and thoughtful voice” on the board for those years and that he is “personally grateful” for all that she did.
And, as part of her role as the CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – a charity established by billionaire Microsoft founder and vaccine enthusiast Bill Gates – she said that she remains “positive about Facebook” and their mission to “give people the power to build community.”
Upon joining the Pfizer board in 2020, she said that the demands from her extended family, health, and more, meaning she can no longer work for Facebook – but that hasn’t stopped the company from going to bat for Pfizer every step of the way.
From the leaked internal Facebook documents that revealed how the company is using algorithms to silence people expressing vaccine hesitancy, to the blatant censorship and deleting of social media posts they don’t like, it’s clear that Desmond-Hellman had a lasting effect on Facebook.
Have you ever noticed how all the main players in this COVID fiasco seem to be connected in interesting ways?