Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla admitted on Monday that two doses of the COVID vaccine “may not provide strong protection against infection from the Covid omicron variant, and the original shots have also lost some of their efficacy at preventing hospitalization.”

In this clip, “The News & Why it Matters” host Sara Gonzales tears into Bourla for having the nerve to encourage the public to receive the third booster. Sara ask the question that most people with common sense are probably thinking. Why should the public trust big pharma?

“This only ends when we say it ends,” Sara said.

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