In a video interview, Rick Nicholls, Conservative MPP for Ontario, delivers allegations regarding a connection between elected government officials and bio-tech companies based in British Columbia.“
“I always say ‘follow the money’. I know that there is an individual who was a campaign manager for Doug Ford who is a lobbyist, and is the founder and one of the chief principles of his strategies company here in Ontario.”
“They represent Pfizer, just to name one, but even Johnson & Johnson. There are about six pharmaceutical companies that his lobbying company represent.”
MPP Nichols then shifts focus to federal political players:
“Justin Trudeau, he’s not a doctor at all. And so what gives him the right to go ahead? I heard something the other day that he has interest in a company that produces some of the particulates in the vaccine. I’d heard it’s like a 17% interest. So he’s making money hand over fist.”
Let us be clear: this is not a revelation of fact. It is an opinion– an accusation by one elected official toward another. Responsible journalism calls for this distinction.
But seeing as we have gone down this path, a second video interview reinforces some of Mr. Nichols messaging.
A YouTube interview with Dr. David Martin–an individual criticized for his Covid opinions by media– speaks of something more specific:
“Most Canadians do not realize that Canada itself, but specifically University of British Columbia(UBC,) realized in 2005 that if it was going to be relevant in bio-tech space, it had to be the research hotbed for establishing the delivery mechanism whereby mRNA vaccines could be developed.”
In the video interview, Dr. Martin claims that two British Columbia-based bio-tech companies are “the reason why both Moderna and Pfizer have the ability to deliver the [vaccine program.]”
Martin continues: “Most people would be shocked to find out that when you have the PM of Canada telling the world that the only way to return to a ‘new normal’ is through the vaccine…that Justin Trudeau did not tell the public was that he had a financial stake in the outcome of that being the selected pathway forward.”
“Without the Canadian contribution of Lipid nanoparticles technology from British Columbia, we would have no meaningful response in what are being called vaccinations.”
Again, we interject with a caveat. One man’s opinion verifies nothing. Secondly, YouTube videos have been known to be taken down, hence the potential for a future broken link in terms of information contained herein.
What we have here are opinions of two Canadians– one an elected provincial MPP, the other a medical doctor.
As a corollary, let us reference what has been labelled the Winnipeg-Wuhan Covid Scandal. A brief review informs us that the opposition Conservative Party spent the last two years pushing the Liberals to divulge why two Chinese nationals were fired from a government-funded Winnipeg bio-tech lab.
How did Justin Trudeau respond toward a legislative procedure to investigate the details? The Liberals launched a lawsuit against one of their own MP’s– House Speaker Anthony Rota– asking a court to block an order to produce relevant documentation.
How much more “sketchy” can the world of pandemic politics get? Cover-ups, Big Pharma, unexposed bio-tech deals. All of it eschewed by Canadian media as the strong-arm of government continue their inoculation agenda.