The stock price for pharmaceutical giant Pfizer Inc. rallied significantly on Tuesday, less than one day after Joe Biden screamed “we beat Pharma” in multiple speeches on Labor Day.
“Not this year, we beat Pharma this year!” Biden bellowed in one speech. “We beat Pharma this year, and it mattered. We’re gonna change people’s lives.”
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— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) September 5, 2022
During another appearance, Biden leaned down into the microphone and snarled, “I have been fighting pharma for my entire career – my entire career – and we finally beat pharma.“
BIDEN: "I have been fighting pharma for my entire career—my entire career—and we finally beat pharma!"
In what world is trying to mandate pharmaceutical companies' vaccines and giving them tens of billions of tax payer dollars "beating" pharma?
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— Young Americans for Liberty (@YALiberty) September 6, 2022
Meanwhile, the pharmaceutical corporation Pfizer, which experienced an explosion in financial growth after developing Covid-19 vaccines that are beloved by the Biden administration, apparently did not get the memo that it had supposedly been “beaten” by Biden.
Stocks Register reported on Tuesday that “Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) price is hovering higher on Tuesday, September 06, jumping 0.61% above its previous close.”
“On average, analysts have forecast the company’s revenue for the quarter will hit $21.93 billion, with the likely lows of $20.46 billion and highs of $24.17 billion,” Stocks Register noted, further adding that Pfizer’s revenue for the year of 2022 is “forecast to grow 23.50% above” its revenue for the previous year.
Additionally, many Biden critics were puzzled by the President’s angry declaration of victory against Big Pharma after all the steps the current administration has taken to innoculate as many Americans as possible with Covid vaccines developed by Pfizer, Moderna, and other pharmaceutical giants.
Biden was visibly confused and needed verbal assistance leaving the stage following a Labor Day speech this week, asking his staff “Where am I going?”
“Thank you,” Biden said upon conclusion of the speech, before turning to his staff and pointing offstage.
“Where am I going?” he asked. “I’m going out here?”
During Biden’s multiple speeches throughout the day, he railed against supporters of former President Donald Trump.
“Democracy is really at stake,” Biden insisted. “You can’t be a democracy when you support violence when you don’t like the outcome of an election. You can’t call yourself a democracy when you don’t, in fact, count the votes that people legitimately cast and count that as where you are. You can’t be a democracy or call yourself one if you continue to do what they’re doing.”