Team Enigma researcher Sasha Latypova made the statement in an interview with Dr. Jane Ruby during the Jan. 21 episode of "Live with Dr. Jane Ruby" on Brighteon.TV.
"What we've uncovered in these emails was incredibly shocking. It looked like they, the three agencies EMA, FDA and MHRA, were coordinating schedules purely on political grounds, political pressure to approve without even seeing the data. So the emails are all around the time of approval of these injections. They have not seen the data, they have not compiled all the reviews yet at that time," Latypova revealed.
Latypova was referring to the leaked emails involving 140 people – mostly from the three agencies. She noted that all people identified in the emails are highly trained professionals and experienced in different diagnostic techniques, tests and statistics.
"They were frantically collaborating and coordinating the schedules on which they are supposed to approve these things. So that is completely shocking and completely against any regulatory mandate that these agencies have," she said.
Team Enigma is made up of a group of analysts, biostatisticians and other experts that came together to do an analysis of the lot numbers for the COVID jabs, and they found that vaccine batches produced by Pfizer and Moderna have caused adverse events. The information they gathered is published in HowBad.Info.
The FDA is responsible for protecting the American people's public health by ensuring the safety, efficacy and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products and medical devices. (Related: VAERS analysis exposes CDC, FDA for covering up hundreds of serious adverse events associated with COVID vaccines)
The EMA is a decentralized agency of the EU responsible for the scientific evaluation, supervision and safety monitoring of medicines in the EU, while the MHRA regulates medicines, medical devices and blood components for transfusion in the UK. It is an executive agency sponsored by the Department of Health and Social Care.
Ruby explained that the FDA is given data from a trial done by a company they would have to evaluate and approve before a COVID vaccine is sold and marketed. She added there are general time frames and reviews of data that need to be followed before a vaccine is approved.
Latypova added the emails explicitly said that clinical data won't be available until a specific date, but the FDA was expected to approve the vaccines around or before Christmas and that the three agencies were discussing and coordinating this before anyone could see any completed data.
This, according to Ruby, was collusion between the three agencies that were planning to get the vaccine done and approved by the state without getting the data of the trials.
Latypova said officials of the EMA and MHRA were under pressure to give their approval by a certain date from then U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar. She added that EMA head Emer Cooke and EU Health and Food Safety Commissioner Stella Kyriakides were calling and pressuring each member state health regulators, health regulatory or health ministers to come up with a particular approval pathway and strategy to approve the vaccines under pretense of crisis.
"All of these people are highly trained professionals. They have been in this review and regulation of pharmaceutical industry for years and years, all of them. They know what has been violated," Latypova said.
Ruby noted that someone could make a case against Azar since he is guilty of racketeering by breaking the RICO laws of the United States and bypassing all FDA regulations and federal laws that are in place by focusing on getting through by a particular date. She added all of these authorizations are illegal and that they are now the smoking guns to show that these agencies didn't look at the data and they didn't do any pharmacokinetic or pharmacodynamics.
Watch the full Jan. 21 episode of "Live with Dr. Jane Ruby" below. "Live with Dr. Jane Ruby" airs every Monday from 7-8 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
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