“Obviously the third dose of the vaccine is the business of pharmaceutical companies”, earthquake in Rai – Libero Quotidiano

“Obviously the third dose of the vaccine is the business of pharmaceutical companies”, earthquake in Rai – Libero Quotidiano
“Obviously the third dose of the vaccine is the business of pharmaceutical companies”, earthquake in Rai – Libero Quotidiano

A “Whining whine”. This is how Forza Italia defined the indecent service of Report in which Siegfried Ranucci made a creepy exit, utterly inconsistent with the public service role it should play: “It is obvious that the third dose is the business of pharmaceutical companies “. Even more so is the fact that without protection from Covid it fades and comes back point and point.

Incredible that in prime time on Rai3 you wink at no-vax, corroborating their thesis on the vaccine and giving a voice to self-styled nurses, unrecognizable and covered by anonymity as if they were mafia repentants, who claim to have become infected because of the pharmaceutical companies. A madness, an authentic delirium to which Ranucci lent his side, being overwhelmed by the bipartisan political controversies. “The broadcast should glorify scientific progress and its benefits rather than offer arguments to skeptics about the goodness of the vaccine,” he said. Andrea Ruggeri by Fi.

Even the Democratic Party has lashed out against the very dangerous narrative of Report on the third dose, and he did so via the MPs who sit in Rai supervisory commission: “These are conspiracy speculations on the ‘big business of the third dose’ held by ‘multinational drug companies’ focused only on ‘accumulating huge profits with the loss of effectiveness of the third dose’, as well as doubts about the effectiveness of the Green Pass and its possible extension “.

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