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Did Recent Court Rulings Force the FDA to Delay Approving Pfizer's COVID Shots for Infants?

• https://healthimpactnews.com, by Brian Shilhavy

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced yesterday that it was delaying approval of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccines for young children between the ages of 6 months and 4 years old.

Since up until this point the FDA has illegally approved all other Pfizer COVID-19 "vaccines" by simply rubber-stamping Pfizer's own data which is hidden from the public, the question that begs to be answered is, why?

Pfizer has worked hard to hide the clinical data from their trials from the public, but recent court rulings have not exactly gone their way. The FDA had originally asked the court to delay releasing their clinical data for 75 years, but then agreed to provide 500 pages per month.

In late January, Attorney Aaron Siri reported that a federal judge shot down the FDA's requested rate of 500 pages per month and instead ordered the FDA to produce at the rate of 55,000 pages per month starting on March 1. Siri also reported that Pfizer was joining the FDA in the case. And why not, since the FDA basically works for Pfizer?

As explained in prior posts, in a lawsuit seeking all of the documents the FDA relied upon to license Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, a federal judge shot down the FDA's requested rate of 500 pages per month and instead ordered the FDA to produce at the rate of 55,000 pages per month starting on March 1.

Since the government has trillions of dollars of our money, it is putting it to good use by fighting to assure that the public has the least amount of transparency possible.  To that end, it has now asked the Court to make the public wait until May for it to start producing 55,000 pages per month and, even then, claims it may not be able to meet this rate.


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