Woman claims FBI agents confront her over tweet, ask if she intends to ‘harm’ Pfizer

Two alleged FBI agents pestered a woman at her job last Thursday for publishing Twitter posts reportedly “criticizing Pfizer,” one of the pharmaceutical companies responsible for the COVID vaccine.

The woman, who goes by the alias “Fiat Food” on Twitter, posted a video of the interaction to Twitter the following morning.

Watch (*Language warning):

The video begins with the alleged FBI agents asking her what she meant when she recently tweeted that people need to “fight back” against Pfizer.

“I meant by refusing their shots. That’s how you fight back,” the woman replies.

“So we have to ask you what you mean by that. We just have to clarify,” the agents respond.

“Do I have intentions of hurting anybody? No, I don’t,” the woman replies.

The agents then ask her whether she has “plans of executing” something or someone.

Evidently, the woman had tweeted something about executing Pfizer.

“How can you execute a corporation? It’s not a human being. … You can’t physically do it. It was a joke,” the woman replies.

This prompts one of the agents to chastise her.

“You can harm buildings. There’s plenty of things you can do to harm a corporation. That’s why we’re here to ask,” the agent says.

The video from “Fiat Food” has spurred massive backlash, with critics slamming the FBI for “harassing” the woman.


However, the woman also received some pushback from those who wanted more proof that the two agents were actually FBI agents.

“Lots of details are missing here. Do you even know if they are real agents? Did you request their IDs? Take down their details? What office do they report to? Who do they report to? What orders were they operating under? Why they look very casual for FBI agents? I can’t help but question the legitimacy of this without details,” one critic tweeted.

Others meanwhile accused the woman of having done something more than just criticize Pfizer.

“You did far more than just criticize Pfizer if the FBI showed up. I see people criticize Pfizer everyday and the FBI does nothing about it. You threatened someone, probably someone powerful or important,” one critic opined.

Meanwhile, some critics slammed the woman for trying to protect the agents by hiding their faces and badges.


The woman pushed back on this by stating quite unequivocally that she believes she’d be killed were she to post identifying information about the agents.

“I’m afraid they will try to kill me if I show their faces,” she tweeted.

In another tweet, she asked former Fox News analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano for his advice on an attorney:


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