Did FDA Really Approve The Pfizer COVID Vaccine? People Are Stunned!

(Tea Party PAC) – Now that the FDA has fully approved the first vaccine, the Pfizer vaccine, the pressure for Americans to submit to the will of the federal government is most certainly going to ramp up.

The FDA, however, pulled a fast one on us all. Not only did they approve the “new” vaccine which will be marketed under a different name, “Comirnaty” but is the same “old” vaccine, the FDA also extended the Emergency Use Authorization for the “new” vaccine also.

What does this mean? This means that the approved vaccine which will be distributed under a new name is both FDA approved and enjoys EUA status. The FDA approved the Pfizer vaccine, which will now be known as the Comirnaty vaccine, for use on individuals 16-years of age and up.

What about the 12-15-year-olds? Or those who are immune-compromised that supposedly need a third shot? Well the FDA has them covered too with the EUA extension.

This little ploy will make it nearly impossible now for Americans to claim they should not be forced to get the shot because it isn’t “experimental” anymore but the reality is that it is.

The FDA was careful not to give up the EUA on the vaccine while also still approving it. This should not be allowed.

InfoWars writer Jon Rappoport dug into several documents regarding the FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine and discovered that while the vaccine was indeed fully approved by the FDA, the EUA was also extended to cover those not included in the FDA approval.

In a document titled “Comirnaty and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine” released August 23, 2021, it states:

“On August 23, 2021, the FDA approved the first COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine has been known as the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, and will now be marketed as Comirnaty, for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 years of age and older. The vaccine also continues to be available under emergency use authorization (EUA), including for individuals 12 through 15 years of age and for the administration of a third dose in certain immunocompromised individuals.”

So you’ve likely seen confusion on social media where some people have asserted that the vaccine has been fully approved while others argue that its EUA was only extended. The truth is, both are correct.

The argument that the vaccine should not be mandated because it is approved as an emergency use experimental drug may no longer work for many Americans since now the vaccine is “FDA approved.”

Of course, we know that this doesn’t magically make these vaccines safe especially considering it’s the very same drug concoction as it was before it’s “approval” but employers and the federal government don’t really care.

The demand is that everyone take the shot and it will be even more fervent now that it has been granted this approval.

If you are looking for a way around a mandate to get the vaccine, your best option may be to get tested for the COVID-19 antibodies. If you get positive test results, that is proof of natural immunity. Having natural immunity to the virus could possibly be classified as a “medical exemption.”

Nonetheless, if you have the antibodies and an employer is still pressuring you to get the shots, get a lawyer. Nobody with natural immunity should be forced to also get the vaccines, especially because they do nothing to stop the spread of COVID and will actually weaken, if not destroy, the natural immunity.

Do not submit to this medical tyranny. Keep fighting. Things will never get any better if Americans do not continue to fight.

Copyright 2021. TeaPartyPac.org

2 COMMENTS

  1. Approved despite all the documented problems (and deaths) it caused?
    ..and that is only in the short term..
    One wonders what long term issues will arise.
    So, for those who are happy with this “speedy” approval, by all means, go and get it in your arms.
    But let all the rest that, for whatever reason, are having second thoughts, make a personal choice.
    Coercion, or even worse, blackmail (no jab, no job), is a criminal act against the individual and, such person will have every right to defend himself by whatever means.

  2. What is the problem? The FDA fully approved the vaccine for ages 16 and older. It is still experimantal for those under 16, until the data determines it safe and effective for that age group. IT IS APPROVED FOR ADULTS; FULLY APPROVED FOR ADULTS. IT IS NO LONGER CONSIDERED EXPERIMENTAL FOR AGES 16 AND ABOVE. That is not debatable; words have meaning. Is it possible that we can find problems with the vaccine sometime in the future? Sure; problems are found with some meds after approval, because the science and interactions with other chemicals and organisms is complicated. We take approved meds until a problem is (occasionally) found, and then we switch. And we all got vaccinated as children before we could attend school, and all veterans had to go through a series of vaccinations during induction. It is disingenuous to state that the vaccine is not fully approved, unless you clearly state that it is only not fully approved for those under 16.

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