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BREAKING: FDA Panel Rejects Biden’s Push for Pfizer Booster Jabs


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Finally, a sliver of common sense arose from the FDA.

On Friday, the FDA Advisory Panel reviewed the Biden Administration’s plan to move forward with booster shots for the experimental Pfizer COVID-19 jab.

The panel overwhelming disapproved of boosters.

It’s a significant development since it clearly objects to Dictator Joe’s goal of starting boosters on September 20th.

For once, a federal agency took a stand against this administration.

But will Dictator Joe and his cronies simply ignore the FDA?

After the tyrannical mandates passed last week, that wouldn’t be a shocker.

Another thing that surprised me from the FDA’s review is the data they’re analyzing.

The alarming VAERS report and Israel’s dramatic surge came into the discussion.

Watch this clip from Dr. Jessica Rose:

And they had this slide about the miniscule risks COVID-19 presents to younger age groups.

Unfortunately, I have my doubts common sense will prevail.

Because the panel reserves the right to amend the asked question.

Zero Hedge reported:

After the chairman of the FDA advisory committee said the question being evaluated might be modified amid growing concern about the balance between safety and efficacy of the Pfizer jabs, the committee has disappointed Big Pharma and the Biden Administration by voting against approving booster shots for the Pfizer-BioNTech jab.

The final tally was Yes: 2, No: 16, Abstain: 0

As CNBC’s Meg Tirrell reports, with advisors now considering a modified question, this might not be the final vote of the day.

The results hit just as Dr. Fauci was set to start an interview with the CNBC, where he was left twisting in the wind, insisting that he was totally unsurprised by the FDA’s decision not to rubber-stamp the Biden Administration’s non-science-based plan, while acting like he and the rest of the admin’s team wasn’t pushing for approval all along.

Pressed to explain Israel’s ongoing surge, which booster jabs have been unsuccessful in stamping out, Dr. Fauci droned on incoherently about the science behind “breakthrough infections”.

Update (1255ET): As The FDA Panel hears from various health officials during the public comment section on the pros and cons of a booster shot, some very uncomfortable facts are coming out about vaccine efficacy and vaccine side effects – facts that anywhere else would immediately be deplatformed and banned from discourse.

Despite the FDA disapproving of boosters, some places already offer them for immunocompromised populations.

New York City is one such place.

From NYC Health + Hospitals:

As COVID-19 rates continue to rise throughout the country, we have a new tool in our arsenal to combat the spread: a third dose of vaccine for those with moderately to severely compromised immune systems, or “immunocompromised” individuals. On August 13, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began recommending an additional dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine for those in this category who had received an mRNA vaccine. Please note that additional vaccine doses are not recommended for any other group at this time.

Immunocompromised individuals are those who have a disease or are taking a drug that weakens their immune system and makes it harder for them to fight infections.

Those who fall into the category of moderately to severely immunocompromised make up about three percent of the U.S. population and are at high risk for severe illness if they contract COVID-19.

According to the CDC, the recommendation for an additional vaccine dose is based on studies showing that some people with medical conditions that weaken their immune systems do not respond as well to two doses of the mRNA vaccines when compared to those without these conditions. The idea, therefore, is that a third dose will increase the immune response.

Eligibility

To be eligible for a third dose, a person must:

  • Be at least 12 years old
  • Have received a second dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least four weeks (28 days) ago
  • Be considered moderately to severely immunocompromised

I still think boosters are coming.

There’s too much profit at stake and too much corruption in the federal government for boosters not to roll out.

Stay tuned for more coverage.



 

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