by KanekoaTheGreat at Kanekoa’s Newsletter
Attorney Aaron Siri and a group of scientists and medical professionals called the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to obtain the documentation used to approve the Pfizer mRNA vaccine in August 2021.
The FDA managed to consider all 329,000 pages of data and grant emergency approval of the Pfizer vaccine within just 108 days but then asked for 75 years to fully release that information to PHMPT and the public.
Siri wrote on his Substack, “So, let’s get this straight. The federal government shields Pfizer from liability. Gives it billions of dollars. Makes Americans take its product. But won’t let you see the data supporting its product’s safety and efficacy. Who does the government work for?”
While the court case was ongoing, the first 91-pages of Pfizer documents released in November 2021 revealed that within the first 90-days after the Emergency Use Authorization approval of Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine, the company had already received 158,893 adverse event reports and 42,086 case reports including 1,223 fatalities.
These adverse reactions included 25,957 nervous system disorders, 17,283 musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders, 14,096 gastrointestinal disorders, 1,972 blood and lymphatic system disorders, and 1098 cardiac disorders.
In January, a judge ordered the FDA to release their clinical data on Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccines, which resulted in a tranche of Pfizer documents —more than 10,000 pages— being released by the FDA on March 1, 2022.
This tranche of documents included 9-pages of side effects which list 1,291 potential adverse events in alphabetical order.
In a separate table called “Safety concerns”, Pfizer informed the FDA that anaphylaxis was an “identified risk”, vaccine-associated enhanced disease (VAED) was a “potential risk” and that the pharmaceutical giant was “missing information” in regards to use in pregnancy, use in pediatric individuals, and the effectiveness of the vaccine.
Another tranche of documents released at the end of March revealed that Pfizer had so many adverse events reports in the initial three months after the vaccine rollout that they hired 600 full-time employees just to process the adverse event reports of vaccine side effects, with a plan to hire another 1200 by June 2021…Continue Reading