This information, which had been kept secret until recently, showed data that Pfizer submitted to the FDA as part of its post-authorization adverse event reports.
Due to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the FDA was forced to reveal the first 91 pages of the report that included adverse events reported by people following the Pfizer COVID injections through February 28, 2021.
The number of adverse events reported was so high, many believe it was nothing less than criminal. Only a few weeks into getting the shots in arms, Pfizer received over 42,000 cases of adverse events. If a Harvard University study is to be believed, this is fewer than one percent of the actual number of cases.
Since the vaccine rollout in the U.S., Americans have bought into the rhetoric that the injections are safe and effective. Coleman reminded the public that Pfizer is one of the world's most fined companies, and they made billions of dollars during the pandemic.
Over the years, the pharmaceutical company paid hefty fines and made false claims in kickbacks and other unlawful acts – proving that dishonesty is not foreign to its practices. Despite Pfizer's track record, however, governments worked hand in hand with the company to push their agenda. (Related: FDA to authorize Pfizer's deadly COVID-19 vaccine boosters for all adults, despite accelerating post-vaccine deaths.)
"Governments around the globe have systematically created a fear to terrify and manipulate people to accept a vaccine that does not do what most people think it does. The word 'genocide' can no longer be considered hyperbole," said Coleman.
Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine also received emergency use authorization (EUA) for children between five to 11 years old. The U.S. reported that about 10 percent of 5- to 11-year-olds have already received their COVID shots as early as mid-November.
While the company said that its smaller dose for kids is more than 90 percent effective at preventing symptomatic infection, the side effects reported are similar to those in the 16 to 25 age bracket.
Children are not likely to fall seriously ill with COVID, and there had been few reports of COVID cases in children. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky said that they expect shots to provide protection "similar" to that experienced by adolescents and adults.
The White House has rapidly rolled out its immunization campaign for children after the CDC authorized distribution of the shots early last month. The CDC gave the greenlight just a few days after the FDA granted the EUA for Pfizer's COVID vaccine for younger children.
The Pfizer vaccine given to younger children is one-third the dose for teens and adults, and is administered with smaller needles. The vaccine for kids is also distributed in different packaging to avoid mix-up with adult doses.
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