If they have nothing to hide, then why wait until 2076?
The FDA wants to wait 55 years (FIFTY-FIVE!) before releasing data from the Pfizer vaccine trials.
This is the data that the FDA used to justify authorizing the vaccine.
If they’re truly wanting to stop vaccine hesitancy, shouldn’t they release this data to the public?
Allowing people to see what the studies found will help them feel safer about the jab.
But hiding the data will only fuel mistrust and concern.
This is basic psychology 101.
Even more importantly, it’s about transparency.
More details below:
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) November 18, 2021
The FDA wants the public to wait until the year 2076 – a full 55 years – for them to release the information it relied on to deem Pfizer's vaccine safe for usage.
They said they can release 500 pages a month for the next 659 months.
That makes me want to see the data right now.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) November 18, 2021
FDA Wants Until 2076 To Fully Release Pfizer Vaccine Data: Lawsuit https://t.co/KLuo3tOtmp
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 18, 2021
The #FDA has asked a federal judge to make the public wait until the year 2076 to disclose all of the data and information it relied upon to license #Pfizer’s COVID19 vaccine. That is not a typo. It wants 55 years to produce this information to the public https://t.co/btSsankonc pic.twitter.com/sLAhW6VN66
— Tali (@tly399807284) November 18, 2021
Aaron Siri, who is featured in the video above, has an excellent breakdown:
The FDA has asked a federal judge to make the public wait until the year 2076 to disclose all of the data and information it relied upon to license Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. That is not a typo. It wants 55 years to produce this information to the public.
As explained in a prior article, the FDA repeatedly promised “full transparency” with regard to Covid-19 vaccines, including reaffirming “the FDA’s commitment to transparency” when licensing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.
With that promise in mind, in August and immediately following approval of the vaccine, more than 30 academics, professors, and scientists from this country’s most prestigious universities requested the data and information submitted to the FDA by Pfizer to license its COVID-19 vaccine.
The FDA’s response? It produced nothing. So, in September, my firm filed a lawsuit against the FDA on behalf of this group to demand this information. To date, almost three months after it licensed Pfizer’s vaccine, the FDA still has not released a single page. Not one.
Instead, two days ago, the FDA asked a federal judge to give it until 2076 to fully produce this information. The FDA asked the judge to let it produce the 329,000+ pages of documents Pfizer provided to the FDA to license its vaccine at the rate of 500 pages per month, which means its production would not be completed earlier than 2076. The FDA’s promise of transparency is, to put it mildly, a pile of illusions.
It took the FDA precisely 108 days from when Pfizer started producing the records for licensure (on May 7, 2021) to when the FDA licensed the Pfizer vaccine (on August 23, 2021). Taking the FDA at its word, it conducted an intense, robust, thorough, and complete review and analysis of those documents in order to assure that the Pfizer vaccine was safe and effective for licensure. While it can conduct that intense review of Pfizer’s documents in 108 days, it now asks for over 20,000 days to make these documents available to the public.
Biden claimed he would be a moderate president.
Does this lack of transparency feel moderate to you?
Do the mandates, especially considering the lack of transparency, feel moderate to you?
Of course not!
The US FDA took 108 days to review Pfizer's Covid vaccine data to approve a license.
Upon receiving the FOI request, that same FDA now wants to wait until 2076 (yes, 55 years) to release that same data to the public.
What are they hiding? pic.twitter.com/xm9SxP8pnz
— ZeroHedge⚙️ (@govttrader) November 18, 2021
The FDA will not produce Pfizer’s vaccine data until 2076. Wake up! 🔥🙈 pic.twitter.com/UUvLLHIXUu
— Reboooming Reese (@RebloomingReese) November 18, 2021
Of course, it’s unlikely that the mainstream media will pick up on this story.
Regardless, it is an extremely important topic and one that raises a lot of questions and concerns.
Namely, why does the FDA want to hide the data until 2076?
If there’s nothing to hide, why not release the data now?
The Epoch Times has more details:
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asked a federal judge on Nov. 15 to give it until the year 2076 to fully release the documents in its possession tied to the approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
The FDA’s request was made in a filing as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit by a medical transparency group. The government told the court it has 329,000 pages of documents responsive to the FOIA request and proposed releasing 500 pages per month to allow for redactions of exempt material. At that rate, the FDA would fully release the records in question in just under 55 years.
The plaintiff, Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT), is a group of doctors and scientists, including Harvey Risch, a professor of epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health.
The group filed the lawsuit (pdf) after the FDA denied their request to expedite the release of the records. The plaintiff and the defendant, unable to reach an agreement on a disclosure schedule, are seeking a hearing to argue their cases before the judge, who may eventually make a decision in that regard.
“The FDA’s promise of transparency is, to put it mildly, a pile of illusions,” Aaron Siri, whose firm is representing PHMPT in the lawsuit, wrote in a blog post on Nov. 17.
So now we ask you a question that has nothing to do with your view on the vaccine:
Does this level of cover-up increase or lower your trust in our government?
Remember folks, the government is supposed to work for us.
They are supposed to protect us…
But instead, it’s clear they are trying to hide stuff from us.
The only question is: what?