Big Pharma Takes a Big Hit

FILE - Doses of the anti-viral drug Paxlovid are displayed in New York, Aug. 1, 2022. The COVID-19 treatments millions of have taken for free from the federal government will enter the private market next week with a hefty price tag. Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer is setting the price for a five-day treatment of Paxlovid at $1,390, but Americans can still access the pills at no cost, for now. Millions of free, taxpayer-funded courses of the pills will remain at pharmacies, hospitals and doctor’s offices across the country, U.S. Health and Human Services officials said Friday, Oct. 27, 2023. (AP Photo/Stephanie Nano, File)

Looks like the plebs down want this anymore.

Despite the government stopping only just short of making the “jabs” mandatory, the drug giant Pfizer is having a bad, bad year (

How bad? “Massive quarterly losses”: Paxlovid, down $5.6 billion; mRNA vaccines, down $900 million; total, down 42 percent from the same quarter in 2022, and down some 70 percent overall, compared to 2022.


They threatened us with loss of jobs, perpetual quarantine, y’all-gonna-die, etc., etc.–and now Paxlovid sales are down 97 percent. Hum baby, that’s got to smart!

Us political scientists, we got a name for when Big Government and Big Biz shack up together.

We call it “fascism.”

10 comments on “Big Pharma Takes a Big Hit

    1. And oh, horrors!–Lurch Kerry. What a calamity that would’ve been.
      But what am I saying? The last not-that-awful Democrat president was JFK.

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