Approved! No Questions Asked!
The FDA press release states,
"The vaccine has been known as the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, and will now be marketed as Comirnaty, for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 years of age and older."
Short side note: The sub-heading of the FDA's news release states, "Approval Signifies Key Achievement for Public Health"...seems odd that the FDA gets to decide what their decision signifies to the public...
“Based on the longer-term follow-up data we submitted, today’s approval for those aged 16 and over affirms the efficacy and safety profile of our vaccine at a time when it is urgently needed,” Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said in a statement. “I am hopeful this approval will help increase confidence in our vaccine.” (The Defender)
Everything about this "key achievement" is shady and seemingly diabolical.
This Covid-19 adventure we are all being drug through is the biggest vaccination campaign in history. According to The Washington Post, Pfizer’s vaccine approval was the fastest in the FDA's history, coming less than four months after Pfizer/BioNTech filed for licensing on May 7, 2021.
Here are the facts:
The Pfizer Covid-19 shot that has been injected into many American's arms over the past 4 months is not the same shot that the FDA just approved on August 23rd--legally, at least.
Whether or not the ingredients are the same, the FDA pointed out in their approval document that there is a "supply shortage" for the new and approved "Comirnaty" injection, while there is "an abundant supply" of the Pfizer/BioNTech shot, authorized under emergency use authorization (EUA).
This is important to understand because of the legality of each.
The FDA says there is a "distinction" between the EUA authorized shot and the fully approved "Comirnaty" shot. Therefore, according to the FDA, they are separate and standalone products. But, they also state that both products "can be used interchangeably"...Let me break this down:
Under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), the patient is willingly subjecting themselves to an experimental injection and, therefore, bears all liability for any adverse reaction--including death, under the 2005 Public Readiness and Preparedness Act or "PREP Act".
On the other hand, if a product has been fully FDA approved and is no longer considered "experimental", the patient has the right to sue the manufacturer for any adverse reactions under the Nuremberg code, as well as under Federal Regulation 21 U.S. Code Sec. 360bbb-3(e)(1)(A)(ii)(III).
When you understand this, it should become more clear why this FDA approval seems shady: there is an alleged "shortage" of the FDA approved shot (the shot that, if injected into patients, would place a huge amount of liability onto Pfizer and enable the public to sue for damages) while, at the same time, there is an "abundance" of the experimental Pfizer vaccine (which, if injected into patients, provides Pfizer total freedom from any liability for injury or death)--and the FDA says they can be "used interchangeably"...
Now, looking at this from a logical and critical thinking perspective: what do you think is going on here?...which one do you think they're going to be injecting into all the kiddies in the next month?...
Robert F. Kennedy, Children's Health Defense, states, "The FDA appears to be purposefully tricking American citizens into giving up their right to refuse an experimental product."
Boosting Confidence by Rushing FDA Approval?
“I am hopeful this approval will help increase confidence in our vaccine.” Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said in a statement.
"While millions of people have already safely received COVID-19 vaccines, we recognize that for some, the FDA approval of a vaccine may now instill additional confidence to get vaccinated. Today’s milestone puts us one step closer to altering the course of this pandemic in the U.S.” said Acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock, M.D. (link)
Logically, this decision couldn't possibly have been made with the intention to "boost confidence" in those who are still "vaccine hesitant". In fact, for those who don't want this injection, it does the complete opposite. There is no way the FDA thinks that approving a never-injected-into-humans-before, gene therapy, after only 4 months of trial, will boost confidence in those who are currently opposed to it...
Since this idea is outrageous and nonsensical to anyone with a sound mind, the real reasons for this historically short trial and subsequent approval, seem to be clear:
1) furthering the ability to impose federal and state mandates, and
2) money...of course
"Pfizer announced in July that it expects $33.5 billion in covid vaccine revenue this year. Its stock has risen 33% this year, closing at $48.80 Thursday" (KHN)
The Insufficient Timeline
Full FDA approval was based on only 6 months of data, for a clinical trial set up to produce results in 2 years. Furthermore, there was no public discussion of the data prior to approval, which critics have blasted as blatantly unethical.
In a pre-covid world, at least in the United States (the land of freedom), the public would be allowed to ask questions like, "how did a 2 year clinical trial meet the FDA's 'rigorous safety standards' in only 6 months?" or "Why was there no public discussion of the safety data prior to approval?".
But today, in the authoritarian wonderland we find ourselves in, those kinds of questions just aren't allowed...those kinds of questions will get you labeled a "conspiracy theorist" and quickly blocked from social media.
In fact, it has now been decided that if you even question public health measures, you "may be a terror threat". This means, in context, that if the "public health experts" say that every American should get the jab, those who do not want to are domestic terrorists.
We Already Knew the FDA was Corrupt
The curious revocation of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) FDA approval
The FDA Emergency Use Authorization for hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine was revoked in June 2020.
Why I believe the FDA revoked HCQ's full FDA approval:
The FDA is not allowed to approve an experimental product if there is already an existing treatment. HCQ has been an FDA approved drug for decades and has had a very high level of success. Therefore, it is my belief that the FDA revoked the approval of HCQ just prior to mRNA vaccine development in order to enable Emergency Use Authorization for the experimental gene therapy shots for the "Covid-19 pandemic".