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Moderna CEO Sells Stock Worth Millions and Deletes His Twitter Account

Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel has dumped hundreds of millions of dollars of stock and deleted his Twitter account.

Days after Pfizer admitted a safety audit could wipe billions off their stock market valuation, Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel sold millions of dollars in stock and deleted his Twitter account.

Nothing to see here, folks. Not suspicious at all.

Fact-checkers have pointed out that Bancel’s stock sales were scheduled in advance. One thing is for sure, if the Moderna CEO expected the value of his stocks to rise, he would not be selling.

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Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel speaking at the World Economic Forum.

The Moderna CEO’s scheduled sales came shortly after a former Blackrock executive began investigating the death statistics from insurance companies and funeral homes.

Edward Dowd is a former hedge fund manager who started digging into death statistics from insurance companies and funeral homes:

He also started accusing Pfizer and Moderna of fraud in the vaccine clinical trials.

Then the Moderna CEO deleted his twitter account 2 days ago:

Correction: We have updated the article to detail the amount of stock that Stéphane Bancel has actually sold recently. An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Bancel had sold a total of $400 million worth of stock.

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