The FDA is now proposing that we get an annual Covid shot until the end of time
· · Jan 24, 2023 · NottheBee.com

I don't know who could have seen this one coming.

(Besides absolutely everybody who has been paying even a little bit of attention.)

 

 

 

You mean the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world weren't going to let you get just a couple of shots and be set for good?

You mean they created a "vaccine" that they have to keep making and keep giving year after year after year in order to be (sort of) effective?

A panel of experts are preparing to convene Thursday to discuss "future vaccination regimens addressing COVID-19." An annual vaccination plan may streamline the rollout process and improve rates of vaccination, Reuters reported...

The White House was already pushing the "annual vaccine" line months ago. It's almost like everyone knew where this was going.

FDA experts voted to recommend the COVID-19 vaccine for children under five years old in June 2022. The vote was a reversal of a previous determination by the agency earlier in 2022 that there was not enough evidence to support recommending the shots for very young children, but updated data presented by Pfizer and Moderna changed the FDA's position.

The FDA approved a second booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine for those aged 50 and older in April 2022, bypassing a number of its own protocols in the process. The authorization was broader than Pfizer's own request, which was to approve the dose for people aged 65 and above.

The whole thing is one big orgy of corruption.

You have to get the Fauci Ouchie once a year or else the vaccination won't work. It still doesn't stop the spread or prevent hospitalization or death and there's a bunch of side effects, but you don't want to be labeled an extremist, do you?

You still have to do it to be a good person, don't you know!


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