PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Friske (R-Charlevoix) speaks to the audience at Monday’s rally outside Pfizer’s manufacturing site in Kalamazoo.
On Monday, February 6, State Rep. Neil Friske called on his colleagues as well as members of U.S. Congress to officially subpoena major vaccine-producer Pfizer:
“I am calling on my colleagues to subpoena Pfizer via the committee process, and I urge our friends in Washington, D.C. to do the same,” said Friske, R-Charlevoix.
Friske’s urgent call for a subpoena comes after a recently released video by Project Veritas in which an alleged high-level Pfizer employee admitted on camera to altering strains of COVID-19 to perpetuate vaccine production.
Rep. Friske and other members of the Michigan House Freedom Caucus, along with State Sen. Jonathan Lindsey, were joined by roughly 200 citizens outside of Pfizer’s Kalamazoo manufacturing site in a rally. The legislators and public together demanded full accountability in regard to Pfizer’s alleged ‘gain of function’ research on Americans, which if true, could mean Pfizer was directly complicit in the harming of innocent American citizens.
“We owe it to the people that no stone be unturned, and that the truth come to light,” Friske said. “Let not your hearts be troubled, because, God-willing, the truth will triumph, as Our Lord has promised us.”
Rep. Friske’s office is located at S-1486 in the Anderson House Office Building. He can be contacted by calling (517) 373-2629, emailing NeilFriske@house.mi.gov, or mailing correspondence to S-1486 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, Michigan 48909.
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