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FDA Pfizer Vax Documentation Has Some Thought-Provoking Revelations
Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) has obtained even more revealing FDA documentation concerning Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine. While there are thousands of pages worth of data and information, I would like to highlight two points that immediately jumped out to me when looking at some of the documents both previously and just now released by PHMPT (all of the documents released so far by PHMPT can be found HERE).
First of all, a document that has been released by PHMPT since November, but could bear review, says the following:
“Cumulatively, through 28 February 2021, there was a total of 42,086 case reports (25,379 medically confirmed and 16,707 non-medically confirmed) containing 158,893 [adverse] events [for the vaccine]. Most cases (34,762) were received from United States (13,739), United Kingdom (13,404) Italy (2,578), Germany (1913), France (1506), Portugal (866) and Spain (756); the remaining 7,324 were distributed among 56 other countries.”
That’s right, the FDA had data showing that, as of FEBRUARY 2021, there were already over 158,000 worldwide reported adverse events from the Covid vaccine (with at least 25,379 of the reports being “medically confirmed”). More than a year later, God knows how many more there are. Any lingering doubt that the US government was not deliberately lying while KNOWING the vaccines were harmful should be done away by this evidence.
And here’s a visual from the same document of the list of “Adverse Events of Special Interest” (whether they are ones reported or potential is unclear—either way, authorities’ pretended complete certainty that the vaccine was “safe” seems unwarranted):
The one document released as of March 1 mentions luciferase (a bioluminescent that can be used for tracking). The non-tabulated version of the FDA information says luciferase was used as an “expression as a surrogate reporter” and as a “surrogate marker protein.” According to a study published on the NIH website, a “surrogate reporter system” is used in relation to “genome editing” and “detecting mutations.” That’s right, genome editing. You know how that “gene therapy” and “DNA editing” reporting on the Covid vaccines were supposedly misinformation?
Now, to be fair, this FDA documentation on luciferase seems to be specifically in relation to the animal testing phase of the vaccine (this sentence is said of mice: “Luciferase protein expression was detected at different timepoints, by measuring the in vivo bioluminescence”) —yet the claim that there was luciferase in Covid vaccines was slammed by mainstream sources as a “baseless conspiracy theory.” If luciferase was used in the testing phase of Pfizer’s vaccine, how can we be certain that it was not in the final product? Is luciferase normally used in the testing phase of a vaccine and not the final product? Hopefully a scientist will come out soon and explain this better than I possibly could.
In any case, we certainly need more real scientists analyzing this data—not bureaucratic, China-beholden globalists like Anthony Fauci.