FDA Released The First Month Of 55 Year Rollout For Pfizer Shot Data! It’s A DISASTER!!!

The FDA asked the federal judge to allow them until 2076 to release the Pfizer shots’ information publicly.
In The US District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency shared the FOIA request to disclose data of the Pfizer coronavirus shot.

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Plaintiff asked the FDA to provide the non-exempt portions of the data in 4 months. However, the FDA requested a slower rate of processing the 329.000+ mages of data shared by Pfizer.

Second Joint Report shares: 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 Plaintiff’s request (as set forth below) that FDA process and produce the non-exempt portions of more than 329,000 pages in four months would force FDA to process more than 80,000 pages per month. Undersigned counsel is not aware of any court ever granting such a request. The Court should decline to enter Plaintiff’s schedule for numerous reasons.

This Friday, the FDA shared the first 91+ pages of the documents from the Pfizer shot.

Below you can check what we found:

Injecting Freedom reported:

Pfizer explains, on page 6, that “Due to the large numbers of spontaneous adverse event reports received for the product, [Pfizer] has prioritised the processing of serious cases…” and that Pfizer “has also taken a [sic] multiple actions to help alleviate the large increase of adverse event reports” including “increasing the number of data entry and case processing colleagues” and “has onboarded approximately [REDACTED] additional fulltime employees (FTEs).”  Query why it is proprietary to share how many people Pfizer had to hire to track all of the adverse events being reported shortly after launching its product.

As for the volume of reports, in the 2 ½ months following EUA, Pfizer received a total of 42,086 reports containing 158,893 “events.”  Most of these reports were from the U.S. and disproportionately involved women (29,914 vs. 9,182 provided by men) and those between 31 and 50 years old (13,886 vs 21,325 for all other age groups combined, with another 6,876 whose ages were unknown).  Also, 25,957 of the events were classified as “Nervous system disorders”

In the first 2.5 months of the coronavirus shot rollout after EUA, Pfizer hired more workers to monitor the high volume of adverse events. In the first reports and vaccine side effects testimonials, we could see the massive number of nervous system disorders after the Pfizer vaccine.

However, the results from the documents obtained from Pfizer paint a more frightening tale! However, there are 54 years and 11 months of information to dig through.

Here you can see the data. 

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Addison Wilson

A passionate teacher in English Language and Literature ready to give her best! Developing and implementing diverse curriculums covering a wide range of subjects. With my problem-solving skills, every job will be easily completed, so punctuation is my strength. Highly skilled at motivating students through positive encouragement and reinforcement of concepts via interactive classroom instruction and observation. My working style fits every personality type, so it makes me a great team player. I have completed numerous journalistic projects successfully, so digging for further information is my field. Fighter for freedom of speech! The truth must be revealed!

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