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FDA wants 55 years to process FOIA request over vaccine data
#1
Typical government move, to hide and suppress controversial information from the public for 50+ years.

That way, those involved in this plandemic will either be dead or retired.

No one to be held accountable for the fallout years from now when the real data is released.
Or serious health issues that may be connected to the many jabs from a experimental vaccine that was forced upon the public or get fired from their jobs. A vaccine that clearly does not work.

Right now, the CDC/FDA are cherry picking the data being collected that fits their agenda.
All the while, moving the goal post as to what is considered a "vaccinated" person --- 1 jab, 2 jabs, 3 jabs -- 3 jabs with 2 weeks passing -- possibly 4 jabs. Who knows at this point


Quote:Reuters) - Freedom of Information Act requests are rarely speedy, but when a group of scientists asked the federal government to share the data it relied upon in licensing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, the response went beyond typical bureaucratic foot-dragging.


As in 55 years beyond.

That’s how long the Food & Drug Administration in court papers this week proposes it should be given to review and release the trove of vaccine-related documents responsive to the request. If a federal judge in Texas agrees, plaintiffs Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency can expect to see the full record in 2076.



https://www.reuters.com/legal/government...021-11-18/




Personally, I call bullshit on this.
But hey, what can I say, it has all the smells of a conspiracy and I love a good conspiracy   minusculerolleyes

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#2
That timeframe is right up there with some National Security NDA's I'm aware of. There is one that runs standard at 30 years before one can talk, one that runs at 50 years, and another that very few people know of that runs 70 years before one can disclose what he or she knows.

55 Years to "review" information for a FOIA request is pushing right into National Security NDA territory, and it's bullshit. No way in hell would it take 55 years to "review for release" a trove of information that was allegedly validated in real time in a matter of months. This is just their way of trying to mandate a National Security NDA through a back door, without calling it one.

The fact that they are trying to back-door in a National Security NDA over a virus that SHOULD be free knowledge to all citizens should be concerning to anyone who hears of it - just WHAT are they trying to hide that rises to the National Security level?

AND in relation to a drug they are trying to mandate to EVERY ONE of those citizens they are trying to keep in the dark with this?

NEVER allow someone to inject you with substances that you are not allowed to know about - that is a recipe for disaster.

Just more confirmation that there is something rotten in DC...

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#3
55 years!!!  tinylaughing tinylaughing tinylaughing

Only 55 years? What's the hurry? 

Just cowboy up FDA and say you are scared to release the data because it will torpedo your efforts. You are saying it anyway.
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I read this morning that the FDA has released the first 95 pages of data. I'm not even bothering to read them. They're not going to release anything critical. 


What do you expect when there are blank inserts with the vaxxines, for the released data to tell the whole truth? 
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