FDA Wants 55 Years to Produce Data That Led to ‘Warp Speed’ Licensing of Pfizer Comirnaty Vaccine • Children’s Health Defense

Fifty-five years. That’s how long the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) estimates it will need to fully release all documents connected to the approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

In a court filing submitted Nov. 5 to a federal judge, the FDA stated it can process the 329,000 pages of documents at a rate of only 500 pages per month because it needs the time to redact exempt material. At that rate, the documentation will not be fully released until 2076.

The lawsuit requests the court “enter an order requiring the FDA to produce all documents and data submitted by Pfizer … 108 days from today,” pointing out this period “is the same amount of time it took the FDA to review the responsive documents for the far more intricate task of licensing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.”

“[t]o require less is to render FOIA meaningless, the FDA’s promise of transparency a lie, and to send a signal to every American that while the federal executive branch is shielding Pfizer from any liability for injuries from its product and requiring employers, schools, hospitals and the military to expel those that don’t receive this product, it is protecting the very documents Pfizer provided to our taxpayer-funded health agency to obtain licensure to be able to sell this product.”

The FDA also denied it was required to release the data in a timely fashion, arguing that “FDA’s regulations do not require or suggest that FDA will release all publicly releasable data immediately after a biologics license application is approved.”

FDA Wants 55 Years to Produce Data That Led to ‘Warp Speed’ Licensing of Pfizer Comirnaty Vaccine • Children’s Health Defense

Most people do not even know that NO CDC, FDA, WHO, or other non BIG PHARMA lab has ever analyzed any vaccines, to confirm the ingredient lists are accurate, and/or to confirm that they contain no contaminants.