For starters: Both the Lancet and New England Medical Journal (NEMJ)—fresh off being forced to retract fraudulent studies that attempted to debunk hydroxychloroquine—published reviews of coronaries vaccines from Moderna (U.S.) and Oxford (U.K.).
Both vaccine-makers previously chose to release their science by press release, where it was easily and eagerly gobbled up and regurgitated by a long-neutered press too scared for their employment and funding to ever question an injectable medical product.
Then there's Bill Gates, whose measured persona of Dr. Evil channeled through Mr. Rogers folded like a lawn chair under the softest of softball questions in a recent CBS interview about vaccine's adverse reactions (or, harms).
Through all his bizarre and distracting hand waving, like a sorcerer missing his wand, Gates stumbled and flubbed his way through the interview. He finally managed to eke out a plaintive plea to authority, hinging coronavirus vaccine safety on FDA's 'gold standard.'
Ah yes. The FDA 'gold standard.' A 'standard' that, in the past, has allowed multiple fixtures of the childhood immunization schedule to be freely injected into American children with laughably limited safety testing windows. And by "laughable," we mean "tragic."