FDA Demands 55 Years To Release Documents About Pfizer Vaccine Approval

FDA Demands 55 Years To Release Documents About Pfizer Vaccine Approval


Nearly three months after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration licensed the Pfizer COVID injection, the agency has released the first 91 out of tens of thousands of documents it reviewed before approving it for emergency use.

Last week, court documents revealed the FDA was asking the court to schedule a monthly release of the documents over the next 55 years. This means the “full transparency” the FDA promised the American public would not be fulfilled until the year 2076.

The FDA was sued soon after it approved the injection for not providing a single page of documentation relating to that decision beforehand. According to a status report filed Nov. 15, “FDA proposes to work through the list of documents that Plaintiff requested FDA prioritize

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