A former vice president of a pharmaceutical giant called “asymptomatic transmission” or “variants” of the deadly disease completely made-up concepts.

Michael Yeadon has been censored in the mainstream media for openly sharing his view that Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus pandemic rhetoric is a pile of pseudoscientific garbage.

The former Pfizer VP and chief science officer believes theories of asymptomatic transmission and variations is “idiotic.”

“[It is a] mixture of straw men and sheer invention,” he said according to Humans Are Free. “There is also a terrific peer-reviewed journal article showing that domestic transmission in asymptomatic cases was effectively zero.”

Yeadon claims he can back his comments with “several good quality papers.”

“T-cells from a convalescent person or an immunized person each recognize all the then-available variants, again, as anticipated by fundamentals of immunology,” he said. “The weak twaddle in their piece about antibodies is risible.”

Multiple medical studies have proven that vaccinated individuals’s T-cells can still activate in response to peptides from specific SARS-CoV-2 variants.

The National Institute of Health published a study that verified this back in March. Researchers found the magnitude of CD4+ and CD8+ T-cell responses to peptides, from the alpha and gamma variants in vaccinated individuals, were similar to ancestral variant peptides.

“They found that one key player in the immune response to SARS-CoV-2—the CD8+ T cell—remained active against the virus,” the study said.

Yeadon separately disapproved of different governments’s decisions to administer the CCP Virus vaccine to pregnant women.

“No one in their right mind thinks giving experimental treatments to pregnant women is other than reckless,” he said. “Especially when reproductive toxicity testing is incomplete.”

CCP Virus injections even caused a “very disturbing concentration” of vaccine ingredients in lab mice ovaries, according to two recent public disclosures. Despite this important finding, nearly all mainstream media chose to ignore it.

“No one has followed it up, so the assumption has to be this is happening in humans too,” Yeadon said.

Reuters recently denounced the primary health professional as an “anti-vax proponent.” The international newswire service even syndicated a lengthy article that attacks Yeadon’s claims.

However, the former chief science officer stands by his expert advice.

“Our concern expressed in the December 2020 petition to EMA about immune cross-reactivity between spike protein and human syncytin-1 has been confirmed,” he said. “A paper was very recently published showing young women making antibodies to syncytin-1 within days of vaccination.”

“If these figures are of the same order of magnitude for other countries as well, and there is no reason to assume otherwise, then the plague is a deception of unprecedented proportions, and crimes committed against humanity on a huge scale have been committed here,” he added.