- A letter to the president, dated April 2, 2009, from the FDA’s Office of Device Evaluation, states the agency is riddled with “systemic corruption and wrongdoing”
- In one example of wrongdoing, the letter describes a federal district court judge’s decision to overturn the FDA’s restrictions on the Plan B emergency contraception pill in order to make it available over-the-counter
- The judge said the FDA’s decision to restrict access to the pill was “arbitrary and capricious because they were not the result of reasoned and good faith agency decision-making”
- Instead of making a decision based on science, the FDA’s motives were political in nature and failed to put public health first
- Even top officials at the agency were pressured to conform to the agency’s motives or risk retaliation in the form of job loss or demotion
Dr Mercola https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/08/28/documents-reveal-governments-corruption-wrongdoing.aspx?