by Frank Salvato –
In one of the most stunningly bureaucratic declarations to come out of the COVID fiasco, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) is asking a judge to give it 75 years to produce, at 500 pages per month, the entire 329,000-page cache of documents it possesses on the Pfizer COVID vaccine.
The FDA had initially insisted it would take 55 years. If allowed to hide this information for the full 75 years, it would take until 2096 to release the full cache of documents.
A group of medical professionals and at least one Republican lawmaker are pushing back on the FDA’s shockingly and unacceptable timeline to produce requested data. They have initiated litigation to fast-track the release of the information.
The group insists the data should be made public more expediently because the FDA only spent 108 days reviewing the same data before granting emergency use authorization to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Their reasoning also cites the fact that vaccine mandates are being issued by local and federal entities, as well as private-sector employers.
Aaron Siri, a lawyer working on the case, said, “If you find what you are reading difficult to believe – that is because it is dystopian for the government to give Pfizer billions, mandate Americans to take its product, prohibit Americans from suing for harms, but yet refuse to let Americans see the data underlying its licensure.”
In its own filing, the FDA argues that its Center for Biologics Evaluation & Research, which maintains the records, has just 10 staff members and that each line of each page must be reviewed to ensure proper redactions are applied.
Why This Is Important
Mr. Siri hit the nail squarely on the head. If it only took the FDA 100 days to approve the Pfizer vaccine – even on an emergency basis, that information should be made public, immediately. There is no reason – not even a bad one – that should be accepted in defense of not doing so.
Additionally, the weak and unacceptable defense from the FDA that they only have ten people able to perform the task of redacting information to satisfy the FOIA requests must be seen as deceptively illegitimate. If the Biden administration can spend trillions of taxpayer dollars on its agenda, it can use some of that money to increase the staff at the Center for Biologics Evaluation & Research.
It is infuriating (and should be a catalyst to incitement definitive action by the people) that the federal government is so overtly running interference for Big Pharma, especially at a time when the American people have a waning trust in both institutions.
Only the deluded can freely accept a needle stick of these DNA-altering vaccines and not be concerned that their rush to production comes without side effects or complications. In fact, side effects and complications are mounting by the day with the latest being the American Heart Association warning of pericarditis and myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscles) in young males and an elevated risk of a diagnosis of Guillain-Barre Syndrome.
The fact that the Biden administration, its toady bureaucratic agencies and departments, and their sycophantic facilitators in the private sector are attempting to force people to take the vaccine when Big Pharma is exempt from liability and the FDA won’t release any information on the vaccines, should not only be great cause for concern, it should be legitimately considered criminal.
The few things we do know for sure are these. COVID and its variants had alternative treatments that worked but that were shunned by a pro-Big Pharma bureaucracy. The COVID vaccines are not as safe as the sock-puppet Fauci claims. And Big Pharma and those who hold stock in those companies have made a fortune of what is tantamount to the forced vaccination of the people.
Wake up, people. We’re being played.
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