The FDA wants to wait until the year 2076 to release approval data on the Covid vaccines. Seriously.
· Nov 19, 2021 ·

This isn't a joke: The FDA is asking federal courts if it can have 55 YEARS to finalize all the data on the Covid vaccines!

So a group of doctors and scientists from the group Public Health Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) filed a Freedom of Information Act request on September 9 for data related to approval of the 'Rona vaccines.

When the FDA didn't comply, PHMPT filed a lawsuit, forcing the FDA to respond by saying there are simply too many pages to review.

The agency had determined that there were a total of 329,000 pages that needed to be reviewed in order to fulfill the plaintiff's FOIA request, and proposed that they would be able to "process and produce the non-exempt portions of responsive records at a rate of 500 pages per month." The FDA said they would provide the plaintiff with prioritized documents and release the non-exempt portions of the records on a "rolling basis." This rate of review places the FDA's release of the documents at nearly 55 years.

This is absolutely bonkers. So you can write 329,000 pages in a matter of months, but it takes 55 years to review them?

You're not fooling anyone, you bloated government bureaucracy, you.

The PHMPT states in the lawsuit the importance of releasing this information to the public, as federal law provides that "After a license has been issued, the following data and information in the biological product file are immediately available for public disclosure unless extraordinary circumstances are shown." The PHMPT stated that the purpose of their organization is to adequately disseminate information to the public regarding all COVID-19 vaccines and to ensure that the FDA is maintaining its commitment to transparency.

"The FDA's promise of transparency is, to put it mildly, a pile of illusions," wrote attorney Aaron Siri in a blog post, whose firm is representing PHMPT in the lawsuit, according to The Epoch Times.

It'd be one thing if this were some obscure drug that only a few people had taken, and the FDA asked for several years to fulfill the request.

But this is a "drug" that's been given to hundreds of millions of Americans and billions of people around the world – a drug that has had all negative news suppressed by those in power and is required for many people to keep their jobs.

"Releasing this data should also confirm the FDA's conclusion that the Pfizer Vaccine is safe and effective and, thus, increase confidence in the Pfizer Vaccine," the PHMPT said.

What's the real reasoning here?

Is it because most of us alive right now will be dead by 2076 if the public doesn't like what it sees?

I don't know, but something definitely stinks!


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