You’d think we were trying to audit an election based on the way that the FDA has gone out of its way to release the Pfizer data that it relied on to grant Emergency Use Authorization for the COVID vaccines. First, the FDA told a court it would take 56 years to release all the paperwork they relied on. Then, they amended that to claim they’d need 75 years to release all of it.
Kind of makes you feel like they’re hiding something, doesn’t it?
Anyway, the judge didn’t buy that and ordered the FDA to start releasing 55,000 pages of data per month – meaning all the paperwork should be in the public domain where it belongs later this year. That’s when things should start to get really interesting.
How angry do you suppose parents are going to be when they find out that the FDA and Pfizer knew about the risks of myocarditis in young, healthy teenagers from these shots? And that they went ahead and authorized the use of the shots anyway? Not to mention the fact that the shots don’t work to prevent the infection or spread of COVID.