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    Tornado tears through Pfizer plant in North Carolina, destroying 50,000 pallets of dr

    Tornado tears through Pfizer plant in North Carolina, destroying 50,000 pallets of drugs and vaccines

    07/23/2023 // Ethan Huff // 2.1K Views

    Tags: Big Pharma, big pharma news, disaster, drugs, God's wrath, North Carolina, Pfizer, pharmaceuticals, Rocky Mount, shortage, supply chain, tornado, vaccines, weather terrorism


    A freak storm unexpectedly tore through Rocky Mount, North Carolina, this week, destroying a large Pfizer manufacturing facility along with 50,000 pallets full of pharmaceutical drugs and other Big Pharma products. Local news reports indicated that there were no deaths or injuries at the facility, which saw bright and sunny weather right up until the point when the EF-2 tornado shot down out of the sky and started wrecking the premises.
    "It went from sunshine to pitch black," said the mayor of a nearby town in Nash County about the shocking turn of events. "We're just thankful there were no lost lives."
    Check out the footage below to see the damage for yourself:



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    NEW – Pfizer's Manufacturing Facility in Rocky Mount, NC Was Hit By an EF-2 Tornado Today WRAL also learned that 50,000 pallets of product were destroyed by the damage



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    5:50 PM · Jul 19, 2023



    According to meteorologists at WCNC Charlotte, the tornado appears to have traveled some 20 miles near Interstate 95, which runs along the eastern seaboard down through Florida, bringing with it a 2.5-mile wall of debris.
    "God works in mysterious ways," wrote someone on Twitter, suggesting that this is divine retribution for Pfizer's complicity in the murder of millions of people through Operation Warp Speed.




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    JUST IN: A tornado has destroyed a Pfizer pharmaceutical plant in North Carolina.



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    (Related: The Pfizer Files show that Pfizer has been a criminal operation since day one.)
    Remember that time a lightning bolt struck a George Floyd mural in Ohio in 2021?

    Truth be told, it is one of those what are the odds? moments in life where we have to ask ourselves if the destruction of this Pfizer plant was, in fact, a mysterious act of God.
    Numerous people on Twitter could not help but notice the similarities between this incident and that time in 2021 when a freak lightning bolt struck a large mural depicting the face of George Floyd that was painted on a wall in Ohio.
    "Reminds me of when the George Floyd mural got struck by lightning and destroyed," one person wrote about the Pfizer tornado incident. "Is a higher power trying to send us a message?"




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    BREAKING: A Tornado has just severely damaged a Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Plant Reminds me of when the George Floyd Mural got stuck by lighting and destroyed

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    4:44 PM · Jul 19, 2023

    As of this writing, it is unknown which Pfizer products were destroyed in the tornado disaster. All we know is that the damage was thorough and extensive, which probably means Pfizer will get a large insurance payout from the wreckage.
    "Just a reminder that God is in charge," someone else wrote about her view of what caused this.
    "99.9% of the time, tornado damage is horrific," wrote another. "This one is that 0.1% of the time where it's done good."
    Others speculated that perhaps some new bioweapon just got released from the wreckage and that this was the plan all along for unleashing the next plandemic.
    "What kind of doomsday virus is escaping from the lab this time?" one asked.
    "Good question," another responded. "Next lockdown incoming?"
    Then there is the slim possibility of a government bailout for Pfizer in the event that its business is too damaged by the tornado to continue operating.
    "This makes me believe the government controls the weather and sent that storm there for a coverup," wrote another, taking a more conspiratorial view of the incident.
    More related news coverage can be found at Collapse.news.
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    Pfizer Warns Customers Of Drug Supply Disruptions After Tornado Damages North Carolin

    Pfizer Warns Customers Of Drug Supply Disruptions After Tornado Damages North Carolina Plant

    MONDAY, JUL 24, 2023 - 12:30 PM

    The tornado that caused extensive damage at a large Pfizer pharmaceutical plant in North Carolina last Wednesday appears to have disrupted drug supply chains.
    In an email to customers, Pfizer explained sixty-five different formats and formulations of products, including the anesthetic lidocaine; the painkiller morphine; and other essential hospital medicines, "may experience continued or new supply disruptions in the near-term," according to Bloomberg. The email provides a list of several different dosages or formulations of at least 32 drugs, plus two sizes of empty glass vials. The Food and Drug Administration said forty-six of the products were already in short supply.
    On Friday, FDA Administration Commissioner Robert Califf said he "does not expect there to be any immediate significant impacts on supply given the products are currently at hospitals and in the distribution system." But the newly released letter from New York-based Pfizer appears to show otherwise.

    The Rocky Mount Pfizer plant makes up about 8% of all injectable drugs used in US hospitals. The plant sits on 250 acres with more than 1.4 million square feet of manufacturing space.



    Pfizer's initial assessment of the plant found the tornado primarily damaged the warehouse facility, which stored raw materials, packaging supplies, and finished medicines. It said there appears to be no significant damage to the drug manufacturing area of the plant.
    Before the tornado hit the plant, there were drug shortages across the US, including ADHD drugs, antibiotics, and cancer treatments. Recall this note we penned in June, "Drug And Food Shortages Are Here, And They Will Get A Lot Worse."
    Erin Fox, who runs the University of Utah's drug information service, told Bloomberg that Pfizer's large market share for certain drugs raised concerns that the drug shortage could worsen.
    However, Fox said hospitals wouldn't see immediate effect after the Rocky Mount weather-related incident because drugs were already stockpiled at hospitals, wholesalers, and distribution centers.

    Pfizer Warns Customers Of Drug Supply Disruptions After Tornado Damages North Carolina Plant | ZeroHedge


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    Pharmacy director warns of possible long-term shortages on certain medicines due to tornado damage at Pfizer’s North Carolina plant

    07/26/2023 // Kevin Hughes // 1.9K Views

    Tags: badhealth, badmedicine, big government, Big Pharma, chaos, Climate, Collapse, environment, FDA, natural disasters, North Carolina, panic, Pfizer, rationing, Rocky Mount, scarcity, Shortages, supply chain, tornado, tornadoes, twister, weather terrorism



    The powerful tornado that seriously damaged a Pfizer pharmaceutical plant in North Carolina on July 19 is expected to threaten production lines that usually supply massive amounts of medicine to hospitals.Pfizer confirmed that the massive manufacturing complex in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, was damaged by a twister that landed quickly after midday. The Big Pharma company added in an email that it had no reports of severe injuries and all employees were safely evacuated and accounted for. (Related: Tornado tears through Pfizer plant in North Carolina, destroying 50,000 pallets of drugs and vaccines.)
    Pfizer's Rocky Mountain facility is a complex of several massive buildings storing large quantities of medicine. Reports following the incident detail how large portions of the roof were ripped open, and many medications being manufactured at the facility being affected by the natural disaster.
    "I've got reports of 50,000 pallets of medicine that are strewn across the facility and damaged through the rain and the wind," said Nash County Sheriff Keith Stone.
    The plant manufactures anesthesia and other drugs in addition to almost 25 percent of all sterile injectable medications used in hospitals in the United States.
    According to Erin Fox, senior pharmacy director at the University of Utah Health, the damage "will likely lead to long-term shortages, while Pfizer works to either move production to other sites or rebuilds."
    "We are assessing the situation to determine the impact on production. Our thoughts are with our colleagues, our patients, and the community as we rebuild from this weather incident," Pfizer said.

    FDA, Pfizer claim disaster won't affect medicine supply

    Meanwhile, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf said on July 21 that the agency does not expect any instant serious impacts on supply after the tornado.
    Califf said in a statement that the agency is working with Pfizer to evaluate the effect of the tornado at the Rocky Mount plant, with a broad review of products that could be affected and the present availability of these medicines.
    The evaluation will also take into consideration what is in Pfizer's other warehouses and what is stored by wholesalers and distributors if those corporations are willing to share that information with the FDA.
    "Importantly, we do not expect there to be any immediate significant impacts on supply given the products are currently at hospitals and in the distribution system, but this is a dynamic situation and FDA staff are in frequent communication with Pfizer and other manufacturers. The FDA will work closely with partners in government, industry and the broader health care system to minimize the impact on patient care," Califf said.
    The FDA claims it has identified fewer than 10 drugs for which the plant is the lone source for the American market, but stated that a lot of those were definite formulations for which there should be substitutes or several weeks worth of supply kept at other Pfizer plants and warehouses.
    "For those products produced at this facility that are already in, or may be at risk of shortage, the FDA has initiated mitigation steps, such as looking for additional sources and asking other manufacturers to prepare to ramp up production, if needed," said Califf.
    He warned that allocation standards could cause localized supply disruptions, subject to contractual relationships for supplies.
    "More broadly, this incident underscores that a robust, resilient and safe drug supply chain is essential for public health and national security. Redundancy of manufacturing locations, which can include domestic locations, and of suppliers is important to mitigate risks to supply that can occur from natural disasters, geopolitical conflicts or other less predictable events," Califf added.
    Pfizer has a third of the total sterile injectable drug market for hospitals in America, and Califf said eight percent of U.S. consumption is provided by the North Carolina plant.
    Learn more about Big Pharma companies like Pfizer at BigPharmaNews.com.
    Watch the video below to know more about the Pfizer plant destroyed by a tornado in North Carolina.

    This video is from the World Alternative Media channel on Brighteon.com.
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    Confidential documents reveal THOUSANDS of deaths from Pfizer-BioNTech COVID jabs back when manufacturers claimed no "safety signals."
    Data shows 63,060% increase in CHILD DEATHS since rollout of Pfizer's COVID-19 jab for children in Europe.
    PHARMA FLASHBACK: Pfizer shelled out $2.3B to settle civil and criminal charges in 2009.
    NEVER FORGET: In 1994, Pfizer paid $20 million after LYING about defective heart valve that killed hundreds.
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