Pfizer CEO Detailed Ingestible Chip in 2018: ‘Imagine’ the ‘Compliance’
Back in 2018, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla (who came under investigation for genocide in connection with his company’s dangerous Covid-19 vaccine) eagerly detailed to his fellow globalists at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Davos conference a new pill with a tiny chip in it. Bourla was excited for the “compliance” this could allow.
In the panel discussion, “Transforming Health in the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” Bourla praises the advances that artificial intelligence (AI)—including detailed genomic sequencing through AI—and biological sensors could permit, and said tech will allow those in the medical field to monitor in “real time the progress of their patients, so they can intervene when necessary.” He claimed that patients are more informed than ever, yet just a few years later Bourla was part of the coverup of the shocking data on his company’s Covid vaccine.
Bourla said during the WEF panel the healthcare system was at an “inflection point,” that it was “ripe for disruption.” Interestingly, “disruptive” was the same word used by Dr. Anthony Fauci to describe the changes he wanted to see in the vaccination field just a couple months before the Covid plandemic began in 2019. Bourla also told the Davos panel that biological sensors could cut costs and prevent hospitalizations. One of the other panelists talked about how key 5G networks would be going forward.
This is what Bourla saysin answer to a question toward the end of the panel:
“FDA approved the first electronic pill. . .It is a—basically biological chip that is in the tablet, and once you take the tablet and [it] dissolves into your stomach, [it] send—sends a signal that you took the tablet. So, imagine the applications of that, the compliance, the [competence] to know that the medicines that patients should take, they do take them. It is fascinating what happens in—in this field.”
There is not just one medication in the US to have a tracking mechanism, however, though Bourla said the medication he mentioned was the “first electronic pill.” The FDA announced in 2017, “FDA approves pill with sensor that digitally tracks if patients have ingested their medication.” This may have been the pill to which Bourla was referring. “Smart pills” with “ingestible sensors” were around in the UK and the US back in 2012, however. In 2018, the same year as Bourla’s comment, WEF reported:
“MIT researchers have built an ingestible sensor equipped with genetically engineered bacteria that can diagnose bleeding in the stomach or other gastrointestinal problems.”
The overall point? The Pfizer CEO said back in Jan. 2018, almost two years before the Covid plandemic began, that medication containing chips or sensors would allow more “compliance” than ever before. Is this the man we should be trusting to provide us with “safe and effective” vaccines?
This quote from Bourla is from a comment starting at around 45:40 in the linked video.