Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to share her thoughts on the recent admission by a Pfizer executive that the company’s COVID-19 vaccine was never tested on its ability to prevent the transmission of the virus before being released to the public.

“I literally made this point in my op-ed about not getting vaccinated a year ago, in November of 2021. Because Pfizer’s chairman told Lester Holt in December of 2020 that he wasn’t sure if it would stop transmission. Moderna’s chief medical officer around November of 2020 said that we need to be careful as we get the results to not overinterpret because they don’t have concrete data that it would reduce transmission. So this is something that was known. They never tested for it. And I was making this point last year. But the problem is, a lot of people on the Right were cowards, to be perfectly honest, and the media was completely disinterested in getting to the bottom of anything. They were more interested in propagandizing a vaccine that had not even a year of safety data. And the reality is we still have no idea what long term this vaccine is going to do to people. So I get it and I understand that it’s a big deal. But as someone who was there a year ago, it’s just really frustrating that instead of people listening or being more open, more people weren’t open to having this conversation a year ago, and instead they did the damage by pushing the Big Pharma’s propaganda.”

Lisa also explains why she believes vaccine mandates are unnecessary and not based in science. Listen to the podcast to hear what else she had to say!