Whistleblowers Accuse Military of Using Pfizer ‘Comirnaty’ Vaccine Produced at Facility Not Approved by FDA

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By  Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D.

Two whistleblowers — a member of the U.S. Coast Guard and the wife of a 19-year veteran at the Fort Detrick, Maryland, military base — allege the military is using fully licensed Pfizer “Comirnaty” vaccines manufactured at a facility in France that is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Lt. Chad R. Coppin, in a July 30 declaration submitted with Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) under penalty of perjury, detailed his personal investigation into the availability and origin of Comirnaty-labeled COVID-19 vaccine vials at U.S. military facilities.

Coppin also relayed his concerns in an interview with The Defender, as did Holly Freincle, the wife of…

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One thought on “Whistleblowers Accuse Military of Using Pfizer ‘Comirnaty’ Vaccine Produced at Facility Not Approved by FDA

  1. Surely the World is awaiting a National Forum with Med professionals FOR and AGAINST Covid Vaccines.

    And YES the US Marines will be needed for Security;

    And YES this Forum will be in the next World.

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