Don’t talk to me about FDA approvals – after they got away with the bogus approval of aspartame, it was clear that their approvals don’t mean much for consumer safety.
Actually, they DID NOT approve the Pfizer COVID-19 injection as we are being told. The FDA simply granted approval to a future vaccine called “Comirnaty.” Comirnaty isn’t even on the market yet, but it is labeled as a COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA vaccine, so the labeling is deceptive.
The Pfizer COVID-19 injection is still experimental, and they merely extended the emergency approval to remain in place, and granted approval for the future use of Comirnaty. This is full of a lot of word salad and legalese.
Three Big Deceptions
Let’s look at three deceptive FDA approvals at the behest of Big Pharma.
- In 1974, FDA Commissioner Alexander Schmidt, M.D. approved aspartame as a food additive in dry foods only.
- In 1975, FDA Commissioner Schmidt’s aspartame approval was rescinded due to cancer issues.
- In 1980, after six years of safety debates, the FDA Public Board of Inquiry revoked aspartame’s second approval request pending further brain tumor testing and they banned aspartame for human consumption.
- In January 1981, G.D. Searle reapplied for aspartame approval.
- In April 1981, newly-elected President Ronald Reagan appointed Arthur Hull Hayes, Jr., M.D. the new FDA Commissioner.
- By July 1981, Dr. Hayes overruled the Public Board of Inquiry’s recommendation that aspartame “not be approved until further animal testing be conducted to resolve the brain tumor issue.” Hayes granted FDA approval for aspartame in dry foods (marketed as NutraSweet®), and as a tabletop, sugar substitute (marketed as Equal®).
- In 1982, NutraSweet’s patent was extended by the FDA until 1992.
- In 1983, NutraSweet was approved in carbonated beverages and carbonated beverage syrup bases.
- In 1984, aspartame was approved in children’s chewable multivitamins. The brain tumor issue had still not been resolved.
- In 1987, NutraSweet received FDA approval in baked goods and baking products.
- By 1988, researchers began tallying increases in headaches, seizures, tumors, depression, and brain lesions – all confirming the predictions of aspartame’s neurotoxicity from twenty years before.
- In 1992, after 92 deaths from aspartame were submitted to the FDA, the FDA stopped excepting death counts attributed to aspartame.
- As of 2021, aspartame is still on the market.
Here is the link for the complete, detailed Aspartame FDA Approval timeline.
Five years after the FDA approved Vioxx, Merck withdrew the drug from the market after over 38,000 reported deaths from the drug. By that time, Merck had sold billions of dollars of the drug worldwide.
- In November 1998, Merck applied for FDA approval of Vioxx.
- By May 1999, after only eight studies were performed, the FDA rushed the approval of Vioxx, making the drug available by prescription in the United States only.
- In 2004, research published in the medical journal Lancet estimated that 88,000 Americans had heart attacks from taking Vioxx, and 38,000 of them died.
- On September 30, 2004, Vioxx was pulled from the market, five years after FDA approval.
- In August 2005, the first Vioxx liability case went to trial in Texas. Some 13,000 lawsuits had been filed against the company on behalf of 23,000 plaintiffs who alleged that the drug caused heart attacks and strokes.
- By November 2007, Merck paid $4.85 billion to end thousands of lawsuits over Vioxx.
- Mid-March 2020: Scientists began Phase 1 trials of experimental vaccines for COVID-19. Before a vaccine is available to the public, it must go through several stages of testing.
The first stage is a Phase 1 clinical trial. In Phase 1, the vaccine is given to healthy volunteers to test if it’s safe, and if it induces an immune response against the virus.
- December 18, 2020: the FDA issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for a second vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus.
- August 2021: the FDA-approved Pfizer-BioNTech product Comirnaty (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) and authorized Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine under EUA, which means it’s still experimental.
It has always been authorized under EUA. Do you see a problem here?
This Is NOT Being Done
From my experience with the FDA approval of aspartame, I smell yet another rat. And as with aspartame, Vioxx, and now the COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA, is the FDA pushing another dangerous pharmaceutical onto the public?
I understand the need to rush a vaccine to help in an emergency situation, but then it’s time to slow down and spend the time needed to observe if the experimental vaccine is, indeed, safe and effective.
THIS is NOT being done.
The correct experimental protocol is to take the time to study antibodies, to study the side-effects, to scrutinize safety during pregnancy, and to pay attention to autistic reactions and what happens in cancer patients.
THIS is NOT being done.
All therapeutic treatments should be welcomed as additional protocols, and also studied for adverse side-effects.
THIS is NOT being done.
We are NOT performing good science, peeps, and the FDA has proven itself untrustworthy, once again.
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