Trump: Booster Shots, ‘Money Making Machine…I See $ Signs in Eyes of Guy that Runs Pfizer’: Former Pres. Draws Ire of Pro-Big Pharma Jab Campaign

21 February 2016: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to several thousand supporters at a rally in Atlanta, Georgia.

‘I could see the writing on the wall, I could see the dollar signs in the eyes, of that guy that runs Pfizer.’

Tens of Billions of dollars…how good of a business is that?

President Donald Trump has once again in his classical nature, dared to criticized the global machine promoting vaccine-dependency and its next distribution phase as a scheme by biotech giant Pfizer to make more money.

While discussing vaccine booster shots with Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo, the former president said it makes total financial sense for Pfizer to distribute as many jabs as possible.

“You know what? That sounds to me like a money-making operation for Pfizer,” Trump stated. “Okay?”

“Think of the money involved,” he continued.

“…Tens of billions of those, how good a business is that?”

“If you’re a pure businessman, you’ll say, ‘You know what let’s give them another shot.’ That’s another ten billion dollars of money coming in.”

“The whole thing is just crazy.”

Trump remarked that when the vaccines were developed, he’d never even thought of a possible need for booster shots.

“You wouldn’t think you would need a booster. You know when these first came out they were good for life. Then they were good for a year or two.”

“And I could see the writing on the wall, I could see the dollar signs in their eyes, of that guy that runs Pfizer. You know the guy that announced the day after the election that he had the vaccine.”