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Charlotte, NC — The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants 55 years to produce documents being sought by a group, Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHPMT), that submitted a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, The Defender reported.
The documents being sought is “all data and information” related to adverse events and safety and effectiveness of the Pfizer jabs.
The FDA did not respond to the FOIA after a month after its submittal prompting a lawsuit being filed on Nov. 5.
The law firm representing PHPMT, Siri & Glimstad, is asking for all of the documents to be released within 108 days, “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.” The FDA is stating it can only release 500 pages a month in order to redact “confidential business and trade secret information.” The documents total a whopping 329,000 pages meaning its 500 pages a month would take until 2076 to produce.
In its FOIA, the PHPMT states that those questioning the safety and efficacy of the shots “are being expelled from employment, school, transportation, and the military, the public has an urgent and immediate need to have access to this data.”
The lawsuit states that to “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 produced 91 pages last week, according to lawyer Aaron Siri. Siri has been helping the PHPMT on several lawsuits against the FDA and Pfizer.
Siri notes that Pfizer admits, within the documents just released, that there have been “large numbers of spontaneous adverse event reports received for the product” in just two and a half months after the shots were put in use.
How much transparency will come from all the documents after they’ve all been released? Well, apparently not much when you see what has been redacted in the first 91 pages. Those pages show that Pfizer has “onboarded approximately [REDACTED] additional fulltime employees” to enter adverse event data. Siri ponders “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.”
How can there be any informed consent with this complete lack of transparency?
“So, let’s get this straight. The federal government shields Pfizer from liability. Gives it billions of dollars. Makes Americans take its product,” Siri writes. “But won’t let you see the data supporting its product’s safety and efficacy. Who does the government work for?”
Siri added: “The lesson yet again is that civil and individual rights should never be contingent upon a medical procedure. Everyone who wants to get vaccinated and boosted should be free to do so. But nobody should be coerced by the government to partake in any medical procedure. Certainly not one where the government wants to hide the full information relied upon for its licensure until the year 2076!”
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