Pfizer providing sponsorship funds for Florida Dems’ leadership, training event

Having worked hand-in-glove to force COVID-19 vaccines on virtually every American, whether they wanted them or not, pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and the Democrat Party at joining forces once more, with the former buying the left’s loyalty by sponsoring a significant liberal leadership conference in Florida later this month, as the National Pulse reports.

The Tampa event – billed as “Leadership Blue” – is set to be held between July 15 and 17 and will host numerous Democrat candidates for Florida public office as well as party officials for a series of meetings and training sessions.

In addition to Pfizer, sponsorship funds for the conference are reportedly coming from Democrat political payment processor ActBlue, the AFL-CIO, and Black Lives Matter.

Given the lockstep stance on vaccine mandates that has characterized Democrats through much of the coronavirus pandemic and the rubber-stamped regulatory approvals many believe the shots to have received from the federal government, it is not difficult to appreciate the severity of the conflict of interest Pfizer’s sponsorship of this event presents.

Democrats in Florida – as well as on the national stage – have long taken aim at the state’s Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, for his demonstrated commitment to fighting against vaccine mandates in business and educational settings, something that has always had the potential to inflict real damage to Pfizer’s bottom line.

DeSantis further courted the ire of Florida Democrats – and Pfizer by extension – for recently confirming reports that his administration would not pre-order doses of newly-authorized coronavirus vaccines for young children, as the Orlando Sentinel noted.

“We are not going to have any programs where we’re trying to jab 6-month-old babies with mRNA,” DeSantis declared, referring to the specific technology used in making the COVID-19 vaccines. “We still have not ordered it. We’re not going to order it.”

That move prompted Florida agriculture commissioner and Democrat gubernatorial candidate Nikki Fried to recently remark, “It’s just one more anti-science dangerous COVID denialism from the governor and [Florida Surgeon General] Dr. [Joseph] Ladapo.”

Considering all of the above, it is certainly no surprise that Pfizer has a vested interest in helping Democrats prevail in upcoming electoral contests, but that doesn’t make the