by Kelen McBreen

Big Pharma head also admits, ‘Antibody [treatment] has enormous potential’

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Project Veritas released a never-before-heard recording on Tuesday where AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot admitted during a December 2020 Zoom call that many immunocompromised individuals shouldn’t have received the company’s Covid vaccine.

“If you have an immune disease, lupus or some other immune condition, you cannot – or multiple sclerosis, you can’t be vaccinated,” Soriot says in the clip. “So, there are millions of people in the world that will need a protection that cannot be coming from a vaccine.”

The CEO actually promoted monoclonal antibodies at the time, telling his staff, “The longer antibody has enormous potential.”

Continuing to describe the monoclonal antibodies, Soriot said, “The long-acting antibody is quite unique because this is the only combination potentially will last more than six months, up to potentially 12 months and protect people for a long period of time.”

As Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe notes in the video, monoclonal antibodies were known to be effective against Covid-19 early in the pandemic.

However, the Biden administration made it difficult for states like Texas and Florida to obtain the treatment at the height of its demand so vaccines would be promoted instead.

Despite the company’s CEO acknowledging the shot is dangerous for certain people, the World Health Organization currently maintains, “the full two dose regimen of” the AstraZeneca vaccine is recommended.

In fact, the WHO advisory says, “SAGE [Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization] recommends that severe and moderately immunocompromised persons should be offered an additional dose of vaccine.”

According to the Big Pharma CEO, the WHO is basically telling those who are at a higher risk of having an adverse reaction that they should take an extra dose of the experimental jabs.