FDA Tells What Sounds Like a Joke But It’s No Joke

In response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from a group called Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants 55 years to produce the requested documents.

There is a need for “all data and information” related to Pfizer jabs’ safety and efficacy to be obtained.

On Nov. 5, a lawsuit was filed against the FDA for failing to respond to a FOIA request submitted a month earlier.

A Freedom of Information Act request was made in August by Yale Professor Dr. Harvey Risch and the University of California’s Dr. Aaron Kheriaty and Dr. Peter McCullough, as well as a lawsuit filed in September by their group, the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT).

There are 329,000 pages of responsive information, but the agency only wants to release 500 a month, which means it will have until 2076 to complete the request. It took the FDA just over 10 weeks to review the data before it approved the vaccine.

FDA is Not Transparent

“The same amount of time that it took the FDA to review the responsive documents for the far more intricate task of licensing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine,” the law firm representing PHPMT, Siri & Glimstad, is asking for all of the documents to be released within 108 days. To protect “confidential business and trade secret information,” the FDA says it can only release 500 pages a month. It would take up to 2076 to produce 500 pages a month if the documents were all 329,000 pages long.


Public access to this data is urgently needed because people are being expelled from their jobs, schools, and even the military for questioning the efficacy and safety of the vaccines. This is stated in the PHMPT’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency Court Documents – HERE

For the Comirnaty vaccine against Covid-19, produced by Pfizer and BioNTech in collaboration with the FDA’s approval, the FDA has to make the decision to release the data. During its consideration of Pfizer-EUA BioNTech’s request in November 2020, the FDA stated that it would:

“In keeping with the FDA’s commitment to ensuring full transparency, dialogue and efficiency, the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee … will meet to discuss the totality and safety and effectiveness data provided … The FDA understands there is tremendous public interest regarding vaccines for COVID-19. We remain committed to keeping the public informed about the evaluation of the data … so that once available, the public and the medical community can have trust and confidence in receiving the vaccine for our families and ourselves.”

“To require less is to render FOIA meaningless, the FDA’s promise of transparency a lie, and to send a signal to every American that while the federal executive branch is shielding Pfizer from any liability for injuries from its product and requiring employers, schools, hospitals, and the military to expel those that don’t receive this product, it is protecting the very documents Pfizer provided to our taxpayer-funded health agency in order to obtain a license,” the lawsuit states.

Lawyer Aaron Siri says the FDA put out 91 pages last week. Several PHMPT lawsuits against the FDA and Pfizer have been assisted by Siri.

“Spontaneous adverse event reports were received for the product” by Pfizer in the two and a half months since the shots were put into use, according to the newly released documents.

What Are the FDA and Pfizer Hiding?

There are a lot of documents out there, but how much of an impact will they have on the public? When you look at the first 91 pages, there isn’t a whole lot that has been redacted. Pfizer has “onboarded approximately [REDACTED] additional full-time employees” to enter adverse event data, according to the pages referred to in this document. Siri wonders why it’s “proprietary” to reveal how many people Pfizer had to hire to track all of the adverse events reported shortly after launching their product.

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Is it possible to have an informed consent process with this lack of transparency?

In other words, let’s get this straight. Pfizer is protected by the federal government. Pizer even gets a Billion-dollar windfall for it. As Siri puts it, “It forces Americans to consume its product.” “However, it won’t allow you to see the evidence that its product is safe and effective. Ask yourself, who does the government serve?

You’d think the FDA and the Biden administration, which is currently in charge of it, would agree and work to alleviate people’s fears about vaccinations. Providing as much transparency and openness as possible with regard to the data on vaccine effectiveness and possible side effects is one way to accomplish this.

It’s absurd that the FDA is delaying the release of records for 55 years because many people who have already received vaccinations or who may receive vaccinations in the near future will no longer be alive when the records are released.

Another lesson is that civil and individual rights should never be tied to a medical procedure, Siri said. “Everyone should be able to get vaccinated and re-vaccinated as they see fit. However, no one should be forced to participate in any medical procedure by the government. No, this is a government that wants to keep its licensing information secret until the year 2076!”

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and a number of medical professionals reacted to the audacity of the FDA.

Shouldn’t the same government that is requiring government employees and contractors to be vaccinated to keep their jobs also be working to provide as much information and data as possible? Definitely not! What’s the point of doing that?

If this were not a reality, this would be a bad joke for the FDA.