Pfizer posts a meme showing science has your back as you get distracted by wild conspiracy theories

Pfizer posts a meme showing science has your back as you get distracted by wild conspiracy theories

Pfizer is getting into the meme game now. It’s interesting because it comes the same day Pfizer’s CEO said that people who spread misinformation about vaccines are criminals who have cost millions of lives.

JUST IN – Pfizer CEO: People who “spread misinformation” on the #COVID19 vaccines are criminals (CNBC)

— (@disclosetv) November 9, 2021

Speaking with DC-based think tank Atlantic Council, Pfizer CEO Bourla said that people who “spread misinformation” on the vaccines are “criminals” and have cost “millions of lives”.

— (@disclosetv) November 9, 2021

Oh boy. The comments on this are going to be gold.

— Ramp Capital (@RampCapitalLLC) November 9, 2021

Is that an admission of guilt?

— Luke (@P4ZZ41987) November 9, 2021

In any case, Pfizer decided to tweet this Tuesday, which we’re sure was a comfort to everyone who saw it.

It’s easy to get distracted by misinformation these days, but don’t worry…Science has got your back. #ScienceWillWin

— Pfizer Inc. (@pfizer) November 9, 2021

Here’s the whole thing in case that got cut off:

Pfizer must have been expecting a ratio because they limited responses to people tagged in the tweet — in other words, no one.

You’re creepy.

— Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) November 9, 2021

Creepy AF

— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) November 9, 2021

This is pedo level weird. And replies are locked out. But science. 🙄

— H.L. Chiselfritz (@RotNScoundrel) November 9, 2021

Science will lure you into its white van if you embrace conspiracies.

Is that what you’re selling, Pfizer?

— Cranky Gordon (@StillCrankyAF) November 9, 2021

Kid plays with ball, gets grabbed around the waist by an adult stranger. Kid looks terrified. An abduction surely follows.

What is this an advertisement for again?

— The Secret Sun Speaks (@SecretSunBlog) November 9, 2021

Science is a rapist

— Jamie Dlux 🛸💨 (@jamiedlux) November 9, 2021

“Show me on this doll where science touched you….”

— NorthernStar(@UnitedS48505405) November 9, 2021

Tell me you’re afraid of replies without telling me you’re afraid of replies.

— obstacle (@corrcomm) November 9, 2021

Listen I’ve been very defensive of you guys so listen when I say we don’t need memes from our drug companies

— Sunny McSunnyface (@sunnyright) November 9, 2021

Tell me you don’t understand memes without telling me you don’t understand memes.

— Robb Allen (@ItsRobbAllen) November 9, 2021

It’s all one big Narrative machine with a standardized lexicon

— Oilfield Rando (@Oilfield_Rando) November 9, 2021

Panic and desperation says what?

— Gareth Icke 🇵🇸 (@garethicke) November 9, 2021

For some reason Pfizer disabled replies on their super clever tweet

— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) November 9, 2021

The shit meme combined with the locked replies is just perfect.

— El Kabong (@El_Kabong81) November 9, 2021

Open the replies you cowards

— Soylord 9001 𓆏🔮🧪🍁🔫🌚 (@Soylent_Lament) November 9, 2021

Call me a conspiracy theorist but there are so many red flags going off at pfizer posting this.

— “…It’s all fine now.” (@RespectElves) November 9, 2021

Your “science” said 98% efficacy.

It said that the vaccine was robust.

It said you only needed two shots.

It said it would stop spread.

It said you won’t need masks.

It said it was safe.

— WheelmanForHire (@WheelmanForHire) November 9, 2021

Who ever approved this needs to be fired.

— Andrew @ Don’t Walk, RUN! Productions (@DontWalkRUN) November 9, 2021

I hope every single Pfizer employee ends up in jail for life including the social media person who posted this

— Steven Kolln (@stevenkolln) November 9, 2021

Wow, just think if you guys DIDN’T have our back…

— bartleby (@ElderBartleby) November 9, 2021

Why did Pfizer decide today was a good day to post this? Or any day?


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