Newly Launched Pfizer Paperwork Reveal COVID Jab Risks


In September 2021, a bunch known as Public Well being and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) filed a Freedom of Data Act (FOIA) request with the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration to acquire the documentation used to approve Comirnaty, together with security and effectiveness knowledge, antagonistic response reviews and lists of lively and inactive elements.

When, after a month, the FDA nonetheless had not responded to the FOIA request, the PHMPT sued.1 Pfizer and the FDA requested the decide to offer them 75 years to launch all of the paperwork (doling out simply 500 pages monthly)2 however, thankfully, the decide dominated that they need to launch them at a charge of 55,000 pages monthly.

COVID Jab Supporter Will get Crimson-Pilled

In mid-November 2021, the FDA launched the primary 91 pages,3,4 which alone revealed the FDA has been conscious of surprising issues of safety since April 30, 2021. For nurse educator John Campbell, featured within the video above, these paperwork seem to have served as a “pink capsule,”5 waking him as much as the likelihood that the jabs could also be much more harmful than anybody anticipated, however he did not get round to reviewing them till now.

In his video, Campbell evaluations the paperwork listed as “5.3.6. Postmarketing Expertise,” which had been initially marked “confidential.” They reveal that, cumulatively, via February 28, 2021, Pfizer obtained 42,086 antagonistic occasion reviews, together with 1,223 deaths.

As famous by Campbell, “It might have been good to find out about this on the time, would not it?” referring to the rollout of the jabs. Campbell has been pretty constant in his help of the “protected and efficient” vaccine narrative, however “This has simply destroyed belief in authority,” he says.

To have 1,223 fatalities and 42,086 reviews of harm within the first three months is a big security sign, particularly when you think about that the 1976 swine flu vaccine was pulled after solely 25 deaths.

Now, the variety of doses shipped has been redacted below a FOIA redaction code that stands for “Commerce secrets and techniques and industrial or monetary data obtained from an individual and privileged or confidential.” Why would the variety of doses shipped be confidential?

Campbell is clearly bothered by this redaction, as you can’t calculate the incidence charge or unwanted side effects if you do not know what the denominator is. As famous by Campbell, that quantity can’t be proprietary. It is being withheld for another cause (and I simply said what that is likely to be).

Even with out figuring out the underreporting issue, Campbell is appalled by the variety of reported unwanted side effects. It is vitally clear that this data red-pilled Campbell. For an summary of the forms of unwanted side effects recorded, try Campbell’s video. I’ve already reviewed that in earlier articles.

Right here, we’ll transfer on to the primary actually massive tranche of Pfizer paperwork, which was launched March 1, 2022. In all, the FDA has some 450,000 pages of information from Pfizer’s COVID jab trials, and we now have simply over 10,000 of these pages. You’ll find all of them on PHMPT.org.6

Findings From Early Overview of Case Reviews

March 7, 2022, investigative journalist Sonia Elijah printed a evaluation of her preliminary findings on Trial Web site Information,7 having glossed via a number of the 1000’s of newly-released paperwork.

Her evaluation facilities totally on the case report types (CRFs). These are paperwork utilized in medical analysis to report standardized knowledge from every affected person, together with antagonistic occasions. As such, they are a essential a part of the medical trial course of.

A majority of the CRFs on this launch had been from Ventavia-run trial websites. Ventavia is presently dealing with a lawsuit introduced by Brook Jackson, a former Ventavia regional director. Jackson was fired shortly after she introduced issues about potential knowledge falsification and poor laboratory administration to the eye of the FDA and higher-ups within the firm.

Her testimony was printed November 2, 2021, in The British Medical Journal — the oldest and most prestigious medical journal on the earth — by investigative journalist Paul Thacker.8 Fb truth checkers really tried to “debunk” this BMJ article and censored it.

In her evaluation of the CRFs, Elijah discovered plenty of errors and anomalies that appear to corroborate Jackson’s claims, together with the next:9

Sufferers entered into the “wholesome inhabitants” group who had been removed from wholesome — For instance, one such “wholesome” participant was a Kind 2 diabetic with angina, a cardiac stent and a historical past of coronary heart assault.

Severe antagonistic occasion (SAE) numbers had been left clean — Ventavia web site No. 1085 has a very massive variety of lacking SAE numbers.

Lacking barcodes for samples collected — With out these barcodes, you’ll be able to’t match the pattern to the participant.

Suspicious-looking SAE begin and finish dates — For instance, the so-called “wholesome” diabetic suffered a “severe” coronary heart assault October 27, 2020. The “finish” date is listed as October 28, the following day, which is odd as a result of it was recorded as severe sufficient to require hospitalization.

Additionally, on that very same day, October 28, the affected person was identified with pneumonia, so seemingly remained hospitalized. “This anomaly raises doubt as to the accuracy of those recorded dates, probably violating ALOCA-C medical web site documentation tips for medical trials,” Elijah writes.

Unblinded groups had been answerable for reviewing antagonistic occasion reviews for indicators of COVID instances, and to evaluation extreme COVID instances — But in some instances they seem to have dismissed the opportunity of an occasion being COVID-related, corresponding to pneumonia. This even though Pfizer’s protocol (part 8.2.4) lists “enhanced COVID-19” (i.e., antibody dependent enhancement) as a possible facet impact to be looking out for. As famous by Elijah:

“Inadvertently, this might have led to bias, because the unblinded groups would have been conscious which contributors had been assigned the placebo and those that obtained the vaccine. They may have been below strain by the sponsor for the trial to go a sure manner and for occasions like ‘COVID Pneumonia’ to be labeled merely as pneumonia.”

Inconceivable courting — The diabetic who suffered a coronary heart assault adopted by pneumonia (which can have been unacknowledged COVID pneumonia) died, and the date of dying is listed because the day earlier than the affected person supposedly went for a “COVID sick” go to.

Clearly, it is unattainable for a lifeless particular person to attend a medical go to, so one thing is unsuitable right here. The medical investigator be aware states: “There can’t be a date later than date of dying. Please take away knowledge from the COVID sickness go to and add cough and shortness of breath as AEs (antagonistic occasions).” “What sort of strain was being exerted right here?” Elijah asks.

Second dose administered exterior the three-week protocol window.

Statement interval seems to have been an computerized entry — In line with the protocol, every participant was to be noticed by employees for at least half-hour.

A majority of the CRFs state half-hour, which raises the query: Have been contributors noticed for sufficient quantities of time, or did they merely put down “half-hour” as an computerized entry? Why is there so little selection within the statement instances? If contributors weren’t adequately noticed, their security had been put in danger, which was one in all Jackson’s issues.

Antagonistic occasions listed as “not severe” regardless of prolonged hospital keep — In a single case, the participant fell and suffered facial lacerations the day after the second dose and was hospitalized for 26 days, but the autumn was not reported as severe.

Different anomalies on this specific case embrace itemizing the autumn as being brought on by a “fall” unrelated to the examine therapy, and the facial laceration being the results of “hypotension” (low blood strain). The SAE quantity can be lacking for the facial lacerations.

Elijah writes, “Doubts might be raised over the credibility of this data given the autumn and facial lacerations had been intrinsically associated. So, if facial lacerations had been resulting from ‘hypotension’ then the autumn needs to be resulting from that too.” May low blood strain be an impact of the experimental shot? Probably. Particularly when you think about the affected person fell the day after being given the second dose.

Much more suspicious: the causality for the autumn was recorded as “associated” (to the therapy) on the intense antagonistic occasion kind, however listed as “not associated” on the antagonistic occasion CRF. A be aware states, “Please verify appropriate causality.”

Dismissing model new well being issues as unrelated to the therapy — For instance, in a single case, a feminine participant with no medical historical past of impaired kidney operate was identified with kidney stones and extreme hypokalemia, requiring hospitalization, one month after her second dose. But regardless of her having no historical past of kidney issues, each occasions had been dismissed as “not associated” to the examine therapy and no additional investigation was executed.

In closing, Elijah writes:10

“All of the proof gleaned over a restricted time seems to again up whistleblower Jackson’s claims of poor trial web site knowledge administration and raises questions as to how Ventavia performed the Pfizer medical trials.

The errors and anomalies within the CRFs additionally allude to her claims that the medical analysis associates weren’t educated adequately, with many having had no prior medical expertise historical past. If such egregious findings are true at these websites, might they manifest at different trial websites round North America and past?”

Monumental Listing of Facet Results

The newest tranche of Pfizer paperwork additionally features a whopping 9 pages of recorded unwanted side effects — 158,000 in all! The image under speaks louder than something I can say about this checklist.

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Monumental Hole Between What We have Been Instructed and Actuality

The Pfizer paperwork reveal an unlimited hole between what we had been instructed in regards to the jab and what the FDA and Pfizer really knew about it. In a latest article printed by The Defender,11 Dr. Meryl Nass asks, “Pfizer, FDA paperwork contradict official COVID vaccine security narrative — Is that this fraud?”

As famous by Nass, what we’re instructed within the media is one factor, and what these paperwork reveal is one other. And, importantly, the content material of those paperwork “inform us what data Pfizer and the FDA are prepared to face by.” Additionally they set up what the authorized necessities for emergency use authorization and licensing.

“It could come as a shock, however what the FDA stated when it issued each the EUA and the license for Pfizer’s vaccines was very completely different from what you heard from the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention (CDC), the media and different sources,” Nass writes.12

One obtrusive instance of official suggestions operating counter to the information is the CDC’s advice to vaccinate throughout being pregnant. CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky has repeatedly assured the general public that the jab poses no well being dangers to pregnant ladies or their infants. Here is Walensky in Could 2021:

And right here she is, in October 2021, nonetheless claiming there aren’t any dangers.

Equally, in August 2021, when Comirnaty was licensed, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the Nationwide Institute of Allergy and Infectious Illnesses, confirmed the COVID jab was protected throughout being pregnant:

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How can this be, when as late as December 2021, the FDA and Pfizer claimed there was insufficient data to find out if there are dangers in being pregnant? How can Walensky and Fauci make definitive claims about security when there aren’t any knowledge?

The American School of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) additionally make definitive statements about security, claiming “Vaccination could happen in any trimester, and emphasis needs to be on vaccine receipt as quickly as attainable to maximise maternal and fetal well being.”13

What are they basing this on? The absence of information definitely is not a stable foundation on which to make security claims. As famous by Nass:14

“… the CDC, in its personal Jan. 7 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report,15 said there was inadequate knowledge to make any dedication of COVID vaccine security within the first trimester.

So, whereas the federal businesses had no cause to consider the vaccine was protected in being pregnant, and made certain their authorized paperwork stated so, they nonetheless marketed the vaccine as protected for pregnant ladies.

Then ACOG, a nonprofit skilled group of obstetricians, not solely supplied their members with false data on vaccine security, however moreover instructed them on the usage of propaganda to persuade expectant moms to take the shot.”

CDC Steering Contradicts Comirnaty Label

She additionally lists a number of situations the place CDC statements to the general public clearly contradict statements on the Comirnaty label. For instance:16,17

Whereas the CDC initially claimed that anaphylactic reactions to the jab happen at roughly the identical charge as different vaccines, they’ve since eliminated that declare, and each the CDC and the Comirnaty label now states that administration of Comirnaty is restricted to amenities that may medically handle anaphylactic reactions.

“This isn’t the case for different vaccines,” Nass says, including that analysis from Harvard hospitals reveal the speed of anaphylaxis in workers who obtained the COVID jab was 50 to 100 instances increased than the speed claimed by the CDC, which calculates that charge primarily based on reviews within the Vaccine Antagonistic Occasion Reporting System (VAERS). Apparently sufficient, this matches up with what we consider to be the underreporting issue for VAERS is likely to be.

Whereas the CDC claims post-jab myocarditis is gentle and resolves shortly, the Comirnaty label clearly states that “Data isn’t but out there about potential long-term sequelae.”

The CDC recommends the COVID jab for pregnant ladies, but the label states that “out there knowledge on Comirnaty administered to pregnant ladies are inadequate to tell vaccine related dangers in being pregnant.”

The CDC, FDA and mainstream media contend that the COVID jab can’t trigger most cancers or fertility issues, but the Comirnaty label clearly states that “Comirnaty has not been evaluated for the potential to trigger carcinogenicity, genotoxicity, or impairment of male fertility.” If it has not been evaluated, how can they declare to know that it can’t trigger these sorts of issues — particularly contemplating the checklist of reported unwanted side effects, above?

Although the said function of mass vaccination is to create “herd immunity,” the FDA didn’t require Pfizer to evaluate whether or not the jab might defend towards asymptomatic an infection or stop transmission of SARS-CoV-2.

What Was It All For?

With every passing week, the cracks within the official COVID narrative hold multiplying and widening. It’s going to be attention-grabbing to see what lastly breaks the proverbial dam.

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla is now on the market pushing for a fourth shot,18 saying a second booster shall be “needed for many,” as three photographs not solely cannot defend towards variants, however they quickly wane in energy. For those self same causes, Individuals should count on to get an annual booster every fall. 

Beneath regular circumstances, that ought to have ripped the wool off of individuals’s eyes, however the COVID brainwashing has been so profitable, many nonetheless cannot see simply how badly they have been lied to. I consider the ultimate salvo that may get up the lots will both be revelations about harms, or the belief of what the deliberate social credit score system would really imply for the common American.

In 2018, Pfizer proudly partnered with a Chinese language Communist Celebration (CCP) cost platform, Alipay, which was used to implement an early Chinese language model of vaccine passports, known as the “Web + Vaccination” initiative, aimed toward creating “Illness consciousness through cellular gadgets.”19

In line with the U.S. State Division, Alipay is a “instrument” utilized by the CCP in its build-up of “technology-facilitated surveillance and social management” community, also called a social credit score system. The identical form of system is now being rolled out in different components of the world, together with the U.S., so it is attention-grabbing to notice Pfizer’s involvement with that early digital vaccine passport initiative.

Mid-March 2022, Bourla gave an interview with Washington Put up Dwell (above), admitting the choice to make use of mRNA know-how within the creation of a COVID “vaccine” was “counterintuitive,” as Pfizer has “good expertise” with a number of different vaccine applied sciences, however solely two years’ value of expertise with mRNA, which had by no means been utilized in a commercially out there medication earlier than.

Ultimately, Bourla could come to remorse that call, because it has turned out to be an extremely deadly one. Though I suppose it would depend upon whether or not he is ever held to account for these decisions.



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