by Wendi Strauch Mahoney at UnCover DC
Moderna Spikevax trial data show serious adverse events (SAEs) and death according to the first tranche of 13,685 pages of Moderna documents released Tuesday in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) filed by Defending the Republic (DTR). The documents are related to Moderna’s trials of the COVID-19 vaccine marketed as Spikevax. DTR filed a lawsuit in June 2022 against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”).
Just released –
14K pages of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine data related to adverse events.
Neurological disorders days after vaccination.
Details on post-vaccine deaths, heart attacks, pulmonary embolism – all not investigated by the "studies"https://t.co/UVjmxWBvOh
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According to DTR’s announcement, “DTR filed its FOIA lawsuit after the FDA denied the expedited production of Moderna COVID-19 records.” DTR states the FDA felt there was “no compelling need or urgency for the public to review this information.” In 2021, the FDA originally requested 55 years to “complete a FOIA request for data and information on the approval of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine, Comirnaty.” The FDA later (Dec. 2021) “doubled down” and asked for 75 years to release Pfizer documents.
DTR’s agreement with the FDA stipulates the “production of approximately 24,000 pages of some of the most important records submitted by Moderna in support of its Biologics License Application (BLA). The FDA agreed to produce the remaining 10,000 pages “on a monthly basis, to be completed no later than December 31, 2023”, a total of 23,751 pages.
Internist and biological warfare epidemiologist, Dr. Meryl Nass, is on the advisory board for the Children’s Health Defense. She believes the information in the Moderna documents parallels the findings in the Pfizer clinical trial documents, also made available by DTR in a searchable format. Nass told The Defender the adverse side effects “likely were vaccine side effects”:…Continue Reading