Moderna exec promises the vaxxed won’t grow tails
Exiting medical officer spouts disturbing anti-Semitic clichés in exit interview
The chief medical officer of Moderna, who’s quitting the company at the end of the month, had some unusual things to say in a recent interview with Mattie Kahn, culture director for Glamour Magazine.
While a friendly chat, Tal Zak manages to belittle concerns about side effects, present himself and those he advises as buffoons, and lets it be known he can’t wait to exit the company, whose first and only vaccine product is being called into question for its fading effectiveness and dangerous side effects.
First, on the subject of side effects, he ignored the growing number of documented cases of serious and sometimes lethal side effects, many due to blood clotting, and had only this comment (starting at 22:18):
“My sister-in-law asked me to explain this vaccine to my nephew who’s a 12 year old so I went and I spent an hour with these 12 year olds. … One of the questions was, what about the side effects. Do people grow a tail when they get an mRNA vaccine?
“So I said, I have to investigate every such claim anywhere in the world. So whenever somebody thinks that happens, I ask them to drop their pants and show me. And so far I haven’t seen any. But if you see somebody, could you please tell me.”
Second, when discussing Moderna, which has not released a product before its C19 mRNA genetic modification shots, he recounted this genesis story about the company for whom he’s worked for six years (10:48):
“When we go in front of investors as a corporate spokesperson, we’re supposed to read this forward-looking statement. I remember I was in New York in a room full of bankers and the slide flashes up and I look at these guys and I say look, let me explain this simply. What the slides means is really just a modern legalese interpretation of an old Talmudic saying that basically since the time the Temple was lost, all prophecy has been given to fools so whatever I’m about to prophesy, I’m a fool, but if you listen to me, well, that’s on you.”
Third, he resorted to another gross stereotype to explain his planned departure from the company (44:34) — which this month is reeling from the decision of Japan to cancel millions of doses of the mRNA shots, citing metallic contaminants and documented deaths from those who took them.
“The wandering Jew genotype now has to get expressed again and it’s time for me to wander a bit,” said Zak, who will soon work for the big pharma firm Teva in his native Israel, which, oddly enough, while being one of the most vaccinated nations, is suffering from one of the worst waves of Covid cases and hospitalizations.
The country is gearing up for mandatory third shots, maybe more, despite data showing that those already vaccinated are among those most seriously affected by the latest variant or variants.