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FDA Asks Federal Judge to Grant it Until the Year 2076 to Fully Release Pfizer’s COVID-19 Vaccine Data

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Wonderful humanitarians at the FDA and Pfizer would like to refrain from showing their corrupt and fraudulent vaccine studies until 2076, looking to hit the generational amnesia spot here.
@haidut The new FDA guy straight to work ticking boxes.

Beautiful people, I have more trust in crackheads. :clap::clap::clap::clap:

The fed gov’t shields Pfizer from liability. Gives it billions of dollars. Makes Americans take its product. But won’t let you see the data supporting its safety/efficacy. Who does the gov't work for?​

 

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Wonderful humanitarians at the FDA and Pfizer would like to refrain from showing their corrupt and fraudulent vaccine studies
Probably because it isn't any sort of "study" or "trial." The "Covid 19 Vaccine Approval Data" was likely more along the lines of a Epstein type blackmail video, and/or some sort of massive bribe. Anyone with two brain cells to rub together knows they didn't have enough time to run anything resembling a proper trial.
until 2076, looking to hit the generational amnesia spot here.
@haidut The new FDA guy straight to work ticking boxes.

Beautiful people, I have more trust in crackheads. :clap::clap::clap::clap:

The fed gov’t shields Pfizer from liability. Gives it billions of dollars. Makes Americans take its product. But won’t let you see the data supporting its safety/efficacy. Who does the gov't work for?​


55 years? Lol. It didn't even take NASA that long to "lose" all of the moon landing footage and records and technology. They did that in well under 40.

Although the Federal Government doesn't "make" any American take this garbage. They do try every trick in the book to get you to consent, however.
 
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By 2076 nobody is going to care about Pfizer's Covid data anymore. We're going to have much bigger problems to worry about like Cyberpsychosis.
 

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By 2076 nobody is going to care about Pfizer's Covid data anymore.
I would think that's the idea. But why try and punt THAT far down the road? The Federal Government is scheduled to run out of money on December 3rd.

Of course, they could always just "raise the debt ceiling" and kick the can down the road to February or September 2022, like the usually do. But, if they could do that, why didn't they just do that back in September? Is their creditor not allowing that to happen this time?

55 years was laughable, when they could have just aimed for 6 months. The FDA, like other parts of the Federal Government, might not even last that long.
 

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I would think that's the idea. But why try and punt THAT far down the road? The Federal Government is scheduled to run out of money on December 3rd.
They will print more money. . or pretend it is there like banks do with loans.

Their putting off giving access to the report gives people reasonable arguments for not trusting government.
 

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Isn't the trial data worthless anyway, since they vaccinated their control group?
 

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Wonderful humanitarians at the FDA and Pfizer would like to refrain from showing their corrupt and fraudulent vaccine studies until 2076, looking to hit the generational amnesia spot here.
@haidut The new FDA guy straight to work ticking boxes.

Beautiful people, I have more trust in crackheads. :clap::clap::clap::clap:

The fed gov’t shields Pfizer from liability. Gives it billions of dollars. Makes Americans take its product. But won’t let you see the data supporting its safety/efficacy. Who does the gov't work for?​


Oh, I have no doubt he is a box-checker. My guess is his decisions on a daily basis are decided by simply reviewing which lobbying group paid the most for which favored outcome. Today is Big Pharma, tomorrow is the supplement industry, then after that is the medical device companies like GE/Siemens, then it is BigTech with its brain implants and artificial limbs, and so on.
However, I think on this one the plaintiffs f-ed up. They asked for 329,000 pages of information in a very short timeframe. Of course, the FDA is going to use that as an excuse. Also, when there is a request for public release, FDA can (and will, as per language in the lawsuit) scrub any information they deem compromising their clients (Pfizer) so even if the whole cache gets released most of the relevant information will be redacted. Also, FDA has stated that even if they release the entire (redacted) cache, they still won't release any "exempt" information, and there is no explanation anywhere what "exempt" information means. Again, entirely up to the FDA to decide.
"...After the December 1 production, FDA proposes to work through the list of documents that Plaintiff requested FDA prioritize for production in order of priority and process and release the non-exempt portions of those records to Plaintiff on a rolling basis. FDA proposes to process and produce the non-exempt portions of responsive records at a rate of 500 pages per month. This rate is consistent with processing schedules entered by courts across the country in FOIA cases.3"

So, even if the whole thing gets released it will likely be so handicapped that it won't serve any purpose, and the juiciest parts won't even be released. What the plaintiffs should have ALSO asked is for the judge (or independent third-party versed in both law and medicine) to review the unredacted version (after signing NDA in regards to non-court activities) and get an idea of whether there is evidence of serious crime in there. If there is, then FDA loses this case and people involved in it on both FDA and Pfizer side get indicted.

LOL, who am I kidding. Such a thing, of course, will never happen. So, now we know that the entire FOIA law is meaningless since any govt agency can effectively disable it by saying the requested information spans X hundreds of thousands of pages, and it will take it YY+ years to produce requested documents. Barring the courts allowing "independent" (read: compromised) review of such data to determine if a crime is being concealed, the very idea of govt transparency is absolutely laughable. Remember the CIA case related to the Bay of Pigs? It was supposed to become public 50 years after that event, but the CIA successfully quashed a very similar FOIA lawsuit by claiming that releasing such info will "confuse" the public, and this was in direct violation of the EOs issued by Clinton (and Obama) saying classified information should become public domain after 50 years. Speaking of those 50 years, I doubt the length of time FDA is asking for here is a coincidence and there is probably something highly compromising in there equal in magnitude to top-secret classified information related to thousands of people dying as a result of deliberate govt/corporate activity (e.g. Bay of Pigs). Replace Bay of Pigs with "Operation Warp Speed" and it will read like the exact same story:):
 

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They will print more money. . or pretend it is there like banks do with loans.
The Federal Government doesn't print any money. They borrow it, usually from the Federal Reserve (which is basically a private cartel), who "prints" it. Again, if the Federal Government has been cut off by their creditor or creditors (for whatever reason), then this isn't an option.

Again, if they were just going to do this, why didn't they just punt to the next payment deadline in February?
 

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Probably because it isn't any sort of "study" or "trial." The "Covid 19 Vaccine Approval Data" was likely more along the lines of a Epstein type blackmail video, and/or some sort of massive bribe. Anyone with two brain cells to rub together knows they didn't have enough time to run anything resembling a proper trial.


55 years? Lol. It didn't even take NASA that long to "lose" all of the moon landing footage and records and technology. They did that in well under 40.

Although the Federal Government doesn't "make" any American take this garbage. They do try every trick in the book to get you to consent, however.
This is it, lost in a mysterious fire, just like so many files lost in building 7.
 

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Oh, I have no doubt he is a box-checker. My guess is his decisions on a daily basis are decided by simply reviewing which lobbying group paid the most for which favored outcome. Today is Big Pharma, tomorrow is the supplement industry, then after that is the medical device companies like GE/Siemens, then it is BigTech with its brain implants and artificial limbs, and so on.
However, I think on this one the plaintiffs f-ed up. They asked for 329,000 pages of information in a very short timeframe. Of course, the FDA is going to use that as an excuse. Also, when there is a request for public release, FDA can (and will, as per language in the lawsuit) scrub any information they deem compromising their clients (Pfizer) so even if the whole cache gets released most of the relevant information will be redacted. Also, FDA has stated that even if they release the entire (redacted) cache, they still won't release any "exempt" information, and there is no explanation anywhere what "exempt" information means. Again, entirely up to the FDA to decide.
"...After the December 1 production, FDA proposes to work through the list of documents that Plaintiff requested FDA prioritize for production in order of priority and process and release the non-exempt portions of those records to Plaintiff on a rolling basis. FDA proposes to process and produce the non-exempt portions of responsive records at a rate of 500 pages per month. This rate is consistent with processing schedules entered by courts across the country in FOIA cases.3"

So, even if the whole thing gets released it will likely be so handicapped that it won't serve any purpose, and the juiciest parts won't even be released. What the plaintiffs should have ALSO asked is for the judge (or independent third-party versed in both law and medicine) to review the unredacted version (after signing NDA in regards to non-court activities) and get an idea of whether there is evidence of serious crime in there. If there is, then FDA loses this case and people involved in it on both FDA and Pfizer side get indicted.

LOL, who am I kidding. Such a thing, of course, will never happen. So, now we know that the entire FOIA law is meaningless since any govt agency can effectively disable it by saying the requested information spans X hundreds of thousands of pages, and it will take it YY+ years to produce requested documents. Barring the courts allowing "independent" (read: compromised) review of such data to determine if a crime is being concealed, the very idea of govt transparency is absolutely laughable. Remember the CIA case related to the Bay of Pigs? It was supposed to become public 50 years after that event, but the CIA successfully quashed a very similar FOIA lawsuit by claiming that releasing such info will "confuse" the public, and this was in direct violation of the EOs issued by Clinton (and Obama) saying classified information should become public domain after 50 years. Speaking of those 50 years, I doubt the length of time FDA is asking for here is a coincidence and there is probably something highly compromising in there equal in magnitude to top-secret classified information related to thousands of people dying as a result of deliberate govt/corporate activity (e.g. Bay of Pigs). Replace Bay of Pigs with "Operation Warp Speed" and it will read like the exact same story:):
Yet we have to trust them, incredible.
 
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