Many a puzzlement, the kind of mystery that would baffle sleuths like Sherlock Holmes, Miss Marple, Hercule Poirot, The Hardy Boys or even Theo Kojak, yields its secrets when the investigator decides to simply “follow the money.” 
And “following the money” could even explain why so many of our elected leaders, political parasites, are so eager to climb aboard the COVID-19 vaccine bandwagon and be cheerleaders for ladies and gentlemen and children of all ages to line up and present their arms for the jab, or two jabs, or however many jabs are deemed the current magic number to kill COVID.
Totally out of the news, as we had reported. The guy playing President of the United States, Joe Biden, who has been a get vaxxed or no job champion, got $1,000,000 from the Pfizer drug dealers to celebrate his inauguration…
Way out West
Take, for example, the governor of Montana, Greg Gianforte. As reported by the Montana Daily Gazette on 6 December and Natural News on 7 December, the governor, a Republican, toured his state this summer advocating that Montanans, especially veterans, avail themselves of the Pfizer vaccine, describing it on many occasions as “safe and effective.” 
TRENDPOST: Is the Pfizer vax, or any other COVID vax, truly “safe and effective”? See “COVID VACCINE: ‘SIGNIFICANT SAFETY CONCERNS'” (15 Dec 2020), “VAX DEATHS FROM CDC’S VAERS DOWNPLAYED” (16 Feb 2021) and “CDC: NEARLY 11,000 DEATHS FROM COVID JAB” (20 Jul 2021).
Natural News does note that “to his credit, Gianforte has not tried to implement a vaccine or mask mandate in his state.” But that hasn’t dampened his enthusiasm for the Pfizer jab. 
And why should it? Gianforte, it turns out, is heavily invested in the vaccine’s maker. “Heavily invested” alludes to the nearly $798,000 that he had invested in Pfizer as of 2018 (when he was a Montana Congressman), the last year that such figures are listed by the site Open Secrets, whose motto is “Following the Money in Politics.” 
That site lists more than 20 other members of Congress who had more than $15,000 invested in Pfizer in 2018, not to mention the 15 or so whose investments were in the under-$15,000 range. A mere handful (including only one Democrat) had investments of $100,000 or more, and Gianforte was second on the list, below only Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin (now retired), whose investments in Pfizer were between $1 million and $5 million.
Washington Crime Syndicate
But never mind the investments (and whatever ethical questions they should but apparently have so far failed to raise). Pfizer’s political action committee contributed to the campaign funds of 228 lawmakers. And Pfizer is hardly alone; overall, the pharmaceutical industry donated at least $14 million to the campaigns of lawmakers on Capitol Hill. 
Yesterday, Business Insider reported that there were “Nearly 75 federal lawmakers who held stocks in COVID-19 vaccine makers Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, or Pfizer in 2020, with many of them buying or selling these stocks in the early weeks of the pandemic.”
TRENDPOST: And what do the Drug Lords get in return for their munificence toward those who have so humbly dedicated their lives to public service? Let’s just say that the pharmaceutical business, always lucrative, has been especially so in the Age of COVID; so much so that $14 million in campaign contributions is mere petty cash; see “VAX MINTS NEW BILLIONAIRES” (25 May 2021) and “VAX MAKERS: THE BILLIONAIRES CLUB GETS BIGGER” (19 Oct 2021).

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