FACT CHECK: COVID Vaccines are NOT FDA Approved.

by Jun 10, 2022COVID vaccine

FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine—or, did they?

We’ve all heard the news, Coronavirus Vaccines are safe and effective against Coronavirus with the Pfizer vaccine being FDA approved as of February of 2022. However some have claimed this was technically incorrect and a sham to offer a false sense of security for a product that was currently still undergoing phase 2 animal testing when transferred to humans on a global scale in January of 2021.

But was the substance we are injecting into our bodies actually the approved vaccine?

Fact Checking the Fact Checkers.

Pfizer Quietly Admits it Will NEVER Manufacture the Vaccine that was FDA Approved – Will Produce New “Tris-Sucrose Formulation” mRNA Vaccine Instead

It’s official – Pfizer’s “fully approved” and experimental mRNA vaccine, dubbed “Comirnaty,” was nothing more than a head-fake.

Earlier this week, the notorious experimental vaccine maker quietly submitted an update to the CDC, admitting that its originally licensed “Comirnaty” vaccine will never be distributed for use.

In other words, Pfizer has exclusively been supplying its version of the experimental vaccine that was granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the FDA – aka, zero Pfizer-branded vaccines given in the US have been “fully approved.”

From the Pfizer update, via independent journalist :

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“Pfizer received initial FDA BLA license on 8/23/2021 for its COVID-19 vaccine for use in individuals 16 and older (COMIRNATY). At that time, the FDA published a BLA package insert that included the approved new COVID-19 vaccine tradename COMIRNATY and listed 2 new NDCs (0069-1000-03, 0069-1000-02) and images of labels with the new tradename. These NDCs will not be manufacturedOnly NDCs for the subsequently BLA approved tris-sucrose formulation will be produced.”

The “silent” update, which was posted –  unannounced – on the CDC’s website, comes after months of posturing by Pfizer and US public health officials, who all claimed the vaccine was “fully approved” and, therefore, you should take it.

In reality, there was as much a “fully approved” vaccine as there was proof of bigfoot – but the jab had the credentials it needed. Even more concerningly, the FDA deceptively sent out two letters regarding the separate jabs (Comirnaty and EUA) which helped confuse the public and aided in the fake-news media’s manipulation.