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CDC SUED For Withholding Data


If The CDC had its way, we would be waiting for data on the vaccine all of our lives.

The agency has been wrong on a number of Covid related fronts including but not limited to vaccines, herd immunity, vaccine efficacy, adverse events, actual Covid deaths, transmissibility, so on and so forth.

Now we see them trying to cover for both themselves and their clientele in the corporate world…

Cross play between the private sector and the regulatory agencies is common place, and that is why The CDC is now facing legal action from concerned parties.

According to the latest reports, The CDC has been sued for withholding post licensure data on Covid-19 vaccines:

NTD News explains:

In a statement on Dec. 29, the non-profit group said it had filed a lawsuit (pdf) against the public health agency and the United States Department of Health and Human Services to force it to produce de-identified post-licensure safety data for the COVID-19 vaccines in the CDC’s v-safe system, to the public.

As per the CDC, v-safe is an “active surveillance program to monitor the safety of COVID-19 vaccines during the period when the vaccines are authorized for use under Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) and possibly early after vaccine licensure.”


Zero Hedge writes:

The Food and Drug Administration has asked a judge to give it 75 years to produce data concerning the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine, having previously asked to give it until the year 2076 to fully release the documents.

“As everyone now knows, the FDA has asked a federal judge to give it at least 75 years to produce the pre-authorization/licensure safety data. And we now know with certainty, federal health authorities similarly want to hide the post-authorization/licensure safety data,” ICAN said.


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