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Ursula von der Leyen was criticised by an official EU watchdog for keeping hold of private text communications with Pfizer’s CEO regarding acquiring Covid vaccination doses, calling it ‘constituted maladministration.’
Under the Freedom of Information Act, Emily O’Reilly, the EU ombudsman, ordered von der Leyen’s office to look for and hand over the texts.
As with Ghislaine Maxwell, Prince Andrew and others of her ilk who find themselves in high places, Ursula von der Leyen considers herself an untouchable. Some are and some aren’t; rather like when the Bolsheviks turned on each other and turned the ‘workers paradise’ into a slaughterhouse.
European Union Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla exchanged text messages and phone calls in April last year, according to the New York Times. They were talking about vaccine orders and purchases for EU countries at the time.
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According to the publication, the European Commission chairman weirdly used ‘personal diplomacy’ to obtain the purchase of 1.8 billion Pfizer vaccinations via messages with the Turkish CEO and his wife. Is anyone checking out Ursula von der Leyen’s connections and her bank accounts?
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