In the March 2 episode of "War Room," host Owen Shroyer talked about the Pfizer data that lists the numerous side effects of Pfizer's mRNA shot. For all the coverage on vaccine side effects, the data suggests that it's worse.
The Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency, a nonprofit that won the court case against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in a Texas district court, promptly released the Pfizer documents, but it did not offer any sort of explanation regarding the information in it.
Some of the documents, such as one labeled as a priority review request, included over 100 pages worth of anonymous safety-related tables of data, while another identified the gender, age and body mas index of the participants. Still, other documents are typical for any drug or vaccine application, including one that showed the standard of nearly $2.9 million user fee payment to the FDA from Pfizer.
Other documents released also included the fast-track designation letter, the confidential nonclinical overview for the vaccine, Pfizer's request for a waiver from adding a suffix to the vaccine's name and a long list of anonymous trial subjects who did not receive the vaccine as randomized.
While the sheer volume of pages and document types will give readers a good overall sense of the required documentation for vaccine approval at the FDA, it remains unclear whether or not the documents will offer any new insight into the vaccine's safety or efficacy, given that real-world data on the vaccine have already been published in major medical journals.
Appendix one of the report shows a list of vaccine adverse events. To put it simply, it is a medical encyclopedia that lists every diagnosis in human medicine. (Related: FDA wants to release Pfizer vaccine documents slowly while attention is focused away from pandemic.)
There is also a section for autoimmune disorders that people are now calling VAIDS, or vaccine-induced AIDS, which is one of the biggest concerns for all those who have been vaccinated.
Anti-vaccination lawyer Aaron Siri, who served as managing partner for the firm that represented the nonprofit organization, said their job was to get the documents. They will be leaving it to the scientists and others to analyze.
The released documents are only the first of many that the company, along with the FDA, is set to release. Despite record vaccination rates of over 96 percent across federal health agencies back in November 2021, the FDA's claim that the vaccines are effective is still disrupting everyday life, bringing into focus the need to involve independent scientists in reviewing COVID data.
Meanwhile, U.S. District Judge Mark T. Pittman of the Northern District of Texas expressed his dismay at the FDA's rate of production, saying he found the duration of the request unreasonable. In his ruling, he recognized the release of the data is of paramount public importance and should be one of the FDA's highest priorities. He imposed a dramatically accelerated schedule of the release of all information – all within eight months from the pronouncement.
This is roughly 75 years and four months faster than the amount of time the FDA said it would take to complete the Freedom of Information Act request by a group of doctors and scientists who sought to acquire an estimated 450,000 pages of material about the vaccine. (Related: FDA asks a federal court to give it 55 YEARS to fully release Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine data.)
Many felt something was suspicious, even nefarious about the FDA's proposed timeline. Making the information public as soon as possible, however, may help assuage the public's concern regarding the vaccines.
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