October 20, 2021

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No, the Australian politician did not quit because Pfizer was paying her

No, the Australian politician did not quit because Pfizer was paying her

In fact, it was his close relationship with the former MP that was kept secret and granted to community organizations describing his departure.

The fake news linking Ms. Berezkillion to Pfizer has been circulating on Facebook and Twitter since she announced her resignation on October 1. Les decryptors were able to list tweets on the subject in French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Polish, Italian and Greek.

On Facebook, along with a description of the Quebec Internet user publication What a surprise Shared 12,000 times in 24 hours."lang":"value":"fr","label":"Français"},"value":"html":"J Canadaai hâte au Canada aussi et la peine de mort pour ses sales [sic","text":"J’ai hâte au Canada aussi et la peine de mort pour ses sales [sic"}}”>నేను కెనడా కోసం ఎదురుచూస్తున్నాను మరియు దాని మురికి కోసం మరణశిక్ష[sic[sic]Can we read in the comments section.

The most popular Facebook post on this topic in Quebec

Photo: Facebook

It shows a screenshot of the Twitter account, which looks like it was quoted from an article Figaro Ms Berziglion is dealing with resignation. However, when reading the article in question (New window), Nowhere does Pfizer mention bribery.

Famous people in the movement against health measures in Quebec, including Andre Pitre, also spread false news.

Screenshot of Andre Pitre's tweet stating that Gladys had to resign because she received ten million dollars from Beregilian Pfizer and AstraZeneca. View large image (New window)

Influencers against sanitary measures Andre Pitre also shared fake news on Twitter.

Photo: Twitter

Other publications mistakenly claim that Ms Berjekillian received tens of millions of dollars from the pharmaceutical Astrogenica. The $ 65 million total sometimes comes in, but again, this is misinformation.

It’s hard to know where this number came from, but at least Theirs (New window)Tweets (New window) Published by Australians on October 2, it appears that the information provided by the speculator was misunderstood Warning launcher The Australian government has announced a $ 65 million grant for vaccine researchers. However, the tweets in question were not widely shared.

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Otherwise, Australian businessman and former far-right MP Clive Palmer is known for his anti-vaccine positions. (New window) And its tendency to spread false information about COVID-19 (New window), A Publicly accused Gladys Beregilian (New window) To receive ten million dollars from Pfizer and AstraZeneca to promote the vaccine in September. These allegations are baseless, but it did not prevent it Some Australian Internet users (New window) To link Mrs. Berezkillian’s resignation to Mr. Palmer’s statements.

On what was Gladys Beregilian charged?

No charges have yet been filed against the resigning New South Wales Premier. The Independent Commission of Inquiry (ICAC) against corruption targeting it (New window) It seeks to find out whether it has sustained itself in a variety of interest situations between 2012 and 2018.

Former NSW Premier Gladys Beregilian at a press conference.

Gladys Beregilian resigned on October 1.

Photo: Getty Images / Pool

In particular, the Commission wants to know his secret relationship with MP Daryl Maguire, who is facing corruption charges. (New window), Violating or establishing public trust […] In situations where there is a conflict between her public duties and her personal interest as a person with personal relationships.

The agency alleges, among other things, that Ms. Berrigillian was in favor of Mr. Magir in the grant of several matters. Other grants are also mentioned in the ICAC press release. (New window).

The politician denied the allegations. I am sure I have always dealt with the highest level of integrity, She told a news conference last week (New window).

Decryptors.  Mary-Pierre Eli, Jeff Yates, Nicholas de Rosa and Alexis de Lancer.