Kansas AG Sues Pfizer, Alleges Company ‘Misled’ the Public

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach has filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical company Pfizer, alleging the company “misled” the general public about its COVID-19 vaccine.

Kobach announced the lawsuit during a press conference.

He stated that the vaccine presented safety issues for pregnant women, negatively affected fertility, led to heart problems, and was ineffective.

“Pfizer misled the public that it had a ‘safe and effective’ COVID-19 vaccine,” the lawsuit states. The pharmaceutical giant claimed its “COVID-19 vaccine was safe even though it knew its COVID-19 vaccine was connected to serious adverse events, including myocarditis and pericarditis, failed pregnancies, and deaths. Pfizer concealed this critical safety information from the public.”

According to the lawsuit, Pfizer’s “extensive and aggressive efforts” to keep its inoculation data concealed “conflict with its public transparency pledges and raise serious questions about what Pfizer is hiding and why it is hiding it.”

Kobach alleges the company also knew its inoculation “waned over time and did not protect against COVID-19 variants,” although it claimed otherwise.

The “concealment, suppression, and omission of the waning effectiveness of its COVID-19 vaccine allowed Pfizer to profit from vaccinations of Kansans who may have been deterred from Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine had they known about its waning effectiveness,” the suit adds.

The Kansas attorney general asserts in the filing that the false information spread by Pfizer affected “millions of Kansans.”

Pfizer also had its own adverse events database apart from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), according to the suit, which “contain[ed] cases of [adverse events (AEs)] reported spontaneously to Pfizer, cases reported by the health authorities, cases published in the medical literature, cases from Pfizer-sponsored marketing programs, non-interventional studies, and cases of serious AEs reported from clinical studies regardless of causality assessment.”

Kobach is seeking for the court to declare that Pfizer’s claims about its vaccine violate consent judgments. He is requesting that the company be ordered to pay $20,000 for each violation and another $10,000 for each violation of the Kansas Consumer Protection Act.

Pfizer responded to the lawsuit in a statement obtained by Fox News Digital, saying, “Pfizer is deeply committed to the well-being of the patients it serves and has no higher priority than ensuring the safety and effectiveness of its treatments and vaccines. Since its initial authorization by FDA in December 2020, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has been administered to more than 1.5 billion people, demonstrated a favorable safety profile in all age groups, and helped protect against severe COVID-19 outcomes, including hospitalization and death.”

The company added that “patient safety is our number one priority, which is why we follow diligent safety and monitoring protocols.”