Perhaps the most important long-term fallout of the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic has been the exposure of the venality and politicization within the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as well as other federal health agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Nothing personifies this corruption more than the FDA’s absurdly close ties to the pharmaceutical companies. Thus, their refusal to recognize proven inexpensive therapeutics and their unorthodox approach in licensing certain Pfizer and Moderna mRNA Covid-19 — vaccines that are not offered for sale in the United States.
What was the FDA’s and the pharmaceutical companies’ endgame in this process? Was it to gaslight the American people in order to sell vaccines and achieve mass vaccinations? Was their motive to protect the pharmaceutical companies from exposure to liability and a tsunami of litigation? Was it so the FDA could more easily approve these vaccines for children who are not at risk of Covid-19? Or all the above?
In August of 2021, the FDA, to great media fanfare, granted permanent approval for a Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine. The catch: it was for a vaccine that was not available to Americans. What the FDA approved and licensed is Pfizer’s Comirnaty vaccine, not the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine that has been continuously in use under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) since December of 2020. Manufacturers of medicines sold under an EUA are immunized from legal liability.
The FDA decreed that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine should remain unlicensed and under the EUA but can be used interchangeably with the licensed Comirnaty vaccine. More importantly, the FDA stated that the Comirnaty vaccine and the existing vaccine are “legally distinct” and that there are slight differences in the vaccines, though their differences “do not impact safety or effectiveness.”
Moreover, the FDA acknowledged that there was no inventory of the Comirnaty vaccine available. Nearly six months later there is still no inventory available and will not be in the foreseeable future. Every vaccination with a Pfizer covid vaccine has been and continues to be with the one under the EUA.
Not to leave Moderna out in the cold, the FDA on January 31, 2022, granted permanent approval for a Moderna mRNA covid-19 vaccine. But not the one in continual use since December of 2020 under the authorization of an EUA. This approval was for Moderna’s Spikevax Covid-19 vaccine.
Not surprisingly, the FDA in its approval letter to Moderna also stated that the vaccine under the EUA can be used interchangeably with the licensed Spikevax vaccine and that Spikevax and Moderna’s EUA approved vaccine are “legally distinct” but their differences “do not impact safety or effectiveness.”
Similar to Pfizer’s Comirnaty vaccine, the FDA acknowledged there are no stocks of Spikevax available nor will there be for an indefinite period of time. It would be safe to assume, as may be the case of the Comirnaty vaccine, that there may never be an inventory of the Spikevax vaccine available.
EUA products are considered experimental under U.S. law. Federal regulations provide that no one can force a person to participate in being jabbed with an experimental vaccine– 21 U.S. Code Sec.360bbb-3(e)(1)(A) “Authorization For Medical Products For Use In Emergencies.” Potential recipients have an absolute right to refuse EUA vaccines nor can they be denied a job or an education because they refuse to be vaccinated. However, U.S. law permits employers, schools, and government agencies to require employees and students to take licensed vaccines.
What better way to coerce the populace into acquiescing to mandates and societal pressure than to play the shell game of obfuscating the licensing of the covid vaccines? The vast bulk of Americans would assume the approval was for the vaccines in current use. And what better way for both Pfizer and Moderna to reduce the massive inventories of their respective EUA approved vaccines than to have government and employers mandate vaccines together with never-ending covid fear-mongering?
There is no FDA licensed and approved Covid-19 vaccine available in the United States today, thus any vaccine mandate is technically illegal.