Why do some people think that Google is a vaccine company?
The usual suspects…
Is Google a Vaccine Company?
So when did Google start making vaccines?
Apparently, according to Robert F Kennedy, Jr. they are making a universal flu vaccine and they are working on many others…
“Google owns Instagram. You know the significance of that is that Google is also a vaccine company. Google is producing flu vaccines. It has a subsidiary company. There actually. It’s a subsidiary company of its parent company which is called Verily or Alphabet which produces. They have four vaccine companies that are sister companies in Google. And one of them produces a universal flu vaccine. A Covid vaccine. They are working on now and a vaccine. A cancer vaccine for colon cancer.”Bobby Kennedy on Truth
The first thing you will notice when fact checking these statements is that Google doesn’t own Instagram.
Facebook owns Instagram…
Is he thinking of YouTube?
Google does own YouTube…
Anyway, since we don’t have a universal flu vaccine, it is safe to say that neither Google, Verily, nor any of their sister companies are producing one.
“Google cofounder and billionaire Larry Page has been quietly pursuing a crusade against the flu.”Google billionaire Larry Page has been quietly funnelling money into flu vaccination initiatives
What is true is that Larry Page, the billionaire co-founder of Google, has been funding flu vaccinations for school children in California and a company that is working to create a universal flu vaccine.
This doesn’t make Google a vaccine company, as Larry Page’s philanthropy is separate from the work done at Google.
“We invest across all stages and sectors, with a focus on enterprise, life sciences, consumer, and frontier technology.”GV (formerly Google Ventures)
Neither do the investments by GV in vaccine companies.
“A private British company developing a vaccine that could be the first in the world to fight all types of flu has raised 20 million pounds ($27 million) from investors including GV, the venture capital arm of Google parent Alphabet Inc.”Google venture arm backs UK universal flu vaccine company
And that’s the closest Google comes to making vaccines.
They invest in companies that are doing research on new vaccines.
“Google co-founder Larry Page liked the chocolate-flavored meal-in-a-bottle drink Soylent so much that he wanted to chat with its creator.”Soylent gets a $50-million investment led by Google’s venture capital arm
Would you also call them a food company because they invested in Soylent?
Or are they organic farmers because they invested in Bowery Farming?
Just as you wouldn’t call Google a vaccine company.
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