Actor Zachary Levi of “Chuck” and “Shazam” fame triggered leftists all over the place on Sunday morning by voicing his distrust of pharmaceutical giant Pfizer when he agreed with a tweet that the company was a “real danger to the world.”
Moorhouse Group CEO Lyndon Wood started the explosive social media storm by asking his followers, “Do you agree or not, that Pfizer is a real danger to the world?”
Levi didn’t even hesitate, answering, “Hardcore agree.”
Leftists descended on Levi with fury, attempting to bully, shame, and thrash him out of existence over his opinion while asserting that they were disappointed in him for supporting “anti-vax propaganda.”
Hardcore agree. 😐 https://t.co/goeEf5UQ5s
— Zachary Levi (@ZacharyLevi) January 29, 2023
“Just one example of what I’m referring to…,” Levi later tweeted posting the 2009 Justice Department report on Pfizer’s $2.3 Billion fraud settlement, which was reportedly the largest healthcare settlement in history.
Just one example of what I’m referring to…😔https://t.co/5xCpCSCDrl
— Zachary Levi (@ZacharyLevi) January 29, 2023
Pfizer has been hammered on social media over the last month after the “Twitter Files” revealed that the company and its partner BioNTech had lobbied social media sites to censor those who were critical of vaccines, questioning their efficacy. Findings in 2021 came out showing that the effectiveness of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine dropped to only 42% against the Delta variant.
In January, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also started an investigation into “whether there was a safety concern for ischemic stroke in people ages 65 and older who received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, Bivalent.”
Leftists on Twitter surround Levi like a bunch of jackals prepping for a bloody and savage attack.
“Here I was, actually kind of excited for your movie. But nah. I’m not supporting you now,” game producer Rasmus Rasmussen sneered.
Here I was, actually kind of excited for your movie. But nah. I’m not supporting you now.
— Rasmus Rasmussen (@theprint) January 29, 2023
“Okay, one less movie ticket to spend money on. Stupid,” journalist Marcelo Soares sniped.
Okay, one less movie ticket to spend money on.
— Marcelo Soares (@msoares) January 29, 2023
“Blocked for disappointing nonsense,” former A.V. Club writer Dennis Perkins tweeted.
Blocked for disappointing nonsense.
— Dennis Perkins (@DennisPerkins5) January 29, 2023
Attorney Max Kennerly doled out useless and wholly unwanted advice, “For your own sake, please call @MarkRuffalo and beg him to help you understand how celebrities can be outspoken critics of corporate America, Big Pharma, and even Pfizer specifically without playing into antivax propaganda.”
For your own sake, please call @MarkRuffalo and beg him to help you understand how celebrities can be outspoken critics of corporate America, Big Pharma, and even Pfizer specifically without playing into antivax propaganda.
— Max Kennerly (@MaxKennerly) January 29, 2023
Behavioral psychologist Matt Wallaert similarly quipped, “@MarkRuffalo, I know it is DC and Marvel but could we do some sort of intervention here?”
@MarkRuffalo, I know it is DC and Marvel but could we do some sort of intervention here?
— Matt Wallaert (@mattwallaert) January 29, 2023
Angel investor Anthony Citrano viciously remarked, “RIP you stunted imbecile.”
RIP you stunted imbecile
— Anthony Citrano (@acitrano) January 29, 2023
But many others supported Levi’s stance.
Former Florida Republican congressional candidate Jim Huff praised him, “Plenty of physicians agree with you, bro. In a couple years, everybody will pretend they always mistrusted Pfizer.”
Plenty of physicians agree with you, bro. In a couple years, everybody will pretend they always mistrusted Pfizer.
— Huff (@Huff4Congress) January 29, 2023
“Glad to see Hollywood waking up,” author Jacob Airey told Levi.
Glad to see Hollywood waking up.
— Jacob Airey (@realJacobAirey) January 29, 2023
Writer Dominic Riccitello told the actor, “Ignore the comments from all the morons.”
Ignore the comments from all the morons.
— Dominic Riccitello (@DominicScott) January 29, 2023
Twitter personality Noam Blum weighed in on leftists piling on Levi, “The funniest news cycle ever is going to be when Zachary Levi has to clarify that he doesn’t like Pfizer for the correct reasons and not for the incorrect reasons.”
The funniest news cycle ever is going to be when Zachary Levi has to clarify that he doesn't like Pfizer for the correct reasons and not for the incorrect reasons.https://t.co/VvgbyXsMUa
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) January 29, 2023
The actor is just the latest to be the target of the woke mob on Twitter over COVID vaccinations.
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