A simple question should be posed to the FDA about their vaccine authorization position:
“How does a person give ‘informed consent‘ when the information is withheld?“
Perhaps the judge in the case against the FDA will ask the question, perhaps not, but the question remains.
The FDA took a grand total of 108 days to decide the Pfizer vaccine was safe, given the data shared with them by the pharmaceutical company. The same FDA is now saying they need 75 years to provide the public with the same data. This is not a confidence building position by a federal regulatory agency attempting to instill public confidence.
Aaron Siri, the lawyer suing the FDA to get custody of the documents used by the FDA in approving the vaccine, is providing an update today [SEE HERE]. Mr Siri notes the FDA is now saying they will not be able to complete fulfillment of the public records release until the year 2096.
Aaron Siri – […] “My firm, on behalf of PHMPT, asked that this information be disclosed in 108 days – the same amount of time it took for the FDA to review and license Pfizer’s vaccine.
The Court ordered the parties to submit briefs in support of their respective positions by December 6, 2021. The FDA’s brief, incredibly, doubles down. It now effectively asks to have until at least 2096 to produce the Pfizer documents. Not a typo. A total of at least 75 years.
Other than producing an initial ~12,000 pages in around two months, the FDA thereafter only wants to commit to producing 500 pages per month. The FDA also disclosed that it actually has approximately at least 451,000 pages to produce.” (Read More)
Sketchy… All of it !