The recently released tranche of some 55,000 pages has led to numerous bombshells, including reports of Pfizer’s having covered up that the experimental vaccine “leaked into ovaries.”
The documents were released in response to U.S. District Judge Mark T. Pittman’s Jan. 6 order, which held that Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency’s Freedom of Information Act request was “of paramount public importance.”
PHMPT originally sought access to “the data and information relied upon by the [Food and Drug Administration] to license the Pfizer Vaccine,” but was rebuffed by the FDA, which argued that PHMPT “did not demonstrate a compelling need.”
Further, the FDA absurdly claimed that it would take 55 years to release the relevant data.
I submitted this FOIA request to the FDA: they now claim it will take them 55 years to release the data on which Pfizer’s vaccine approval was based, though it only took them 108 days to review this data for the approval process. New heights of absurdity. https://t.co/be2kBXAjHj
— Aaron Kheriaty, MD (@akheriaty) November 18, 2021
“I submitted this FOIA request to the FDA: they now claim it will take them 55 years to release the data on which Pfizer’s vaccine approval was based,” Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, a member of PHMPT, wrote on Twitter.
The revelations prompted a furious response from vaccine skeptics.
“The U.S. government has bought 50 million doses of this poison for children under the age of 5 pending FDA approval and it must never be allowed to use them,” wrote conservative blogger Emerald Robinson.
“These are side effects of their vaccine that Pfizer knew about and hid from you, the American people,” podcaster Liz Wheeler wrote on Twitter.
These are side effects of their vaccine that Pfizer knew about and hid from you, the American people. pic.twitter.com/6bQqtJUP09
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) March 5, 2022
The few mainstream media outlets that have found the recently released documents newsworthy, however, have attempted to sweep the incredible number of side effects under the rug.
“The vast majority of side effects from Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines are mild and subside within a day or two,” Forbes reported.