Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro launched an attack against “Covid-19” vaccines without hesitating to claim that the “Pfizer” vaccine could “make a woman’s beard grow, and turn someone into a crocodile.”
“In the contract with Pfizer, they say very clearly: We are not responsible for any side effects. If you turn into a crocodile, that’s your problem,” Bolsonaro said during a speech in Porto Seguro, in northeastern Brazil.
He added, “If a person becomes Superman or a woman grows a beard, or a man starts speaking in a female voice, they have nothing to do with that.”
Bolsonaro assured, “The vaccine, once approved by the health agency Invisa, will be available to everyone who wants it. But I will not receive the vaccine … Some say that I give a bad example, but to the fools and the idiots who say this, I answer that I have already contracted the virus and have antibodies. Why should I get the vaccine?
Bolsonaro fell ill last July and recovered after 20 days without showing severe symptoms.
Last Thursday, the Supreme Court in Brazil decided to make vaccination against “Covid-19” mandatory despite the president’s reluctance, but without it being forced.
The decision means, “The authorities will not be able to use force to force a person to take the vaccine, but they will be able to impose a fine on him or prevent him from going to certain public places.”