What data exactly convinced the US Food & Drug Administration to approve the BioNTech / Pfizer mRNA vaccine on a regular basis? This is the question that many critical experts ask themselves – and not only since it became public that the approval studies of the vaccine are grossly flawed. Therefore, an initiative of scientists called for the publication of the data that Pfizer had submitted for approval by the FDA. The authority will also comply – but only in Year 2076.
The FDA granted the first regular approval for a Covid vaccine in August: The Pfizer active ingredient was no longer only approved for emergencies, but in its entirety for people aged 16 and over. This step primarily served to build trust in the population – because they can now be sure that “This vaccine meets the high standards of safety, efficacy and manufacturing quality that the FDA sets for an approved product”It was said at the time according to FDA commissioner Dr. Janet Woodcock. The decision was based on updated data from the clinical trial for emergency approval and a longer follow-up period in a larger clinical trial population.
Of course, independent experts who are not affiliated with the pharmaceutical industry or politically controlled experts would also like to take a look at this data. Accordingly, after the vaccine was fully approved, more than 30 US scientists from renowned universities applied for inspection under the Freedom of Information Act. However, this fizzled out. Therefore, the initiative received in September legal support – and the FDA apparently finally felt compelled to act.
Publication in 55 years at the earliest
By doing it asking for more time. 55 years to be precise. After all, 329,000 pages would have to be checked to ensure that they did not contain Pfizer’s trade secrets or personal data of test subjects. Due to the low staffing density, only 500 pages per month could be checked, which means that the data can only be published in 2076 at the earliest.
The portal “ZeroHedge“Summarizes the situation as follows:
It took exactly 108 days from the day Pfizer started filing for approval (May 7, 2021) to when the FDA approved the Pfizer vaccine (August 23, 2021). If you take the FDA at their word, they conducted an intensive, reliable, thorough, and complete review and analysis of these documents to ensure that the Pfizer vaccine for approval is safe and effective. While it can do this intensive review of Pfizer’s documents in 108 days, it now takes over 20,000 days to make these documents available to the public.
The data that are supposed to prove the alleged safety and effectiveness of the vaccine should therefore remain a secret for the next 55 years. Ultimately, it would be inconceivable if they would confirm the concerns of critical scientists and show that the work was not done as well as is always claimed …