Jedi Council Member
There are some interesting points made by Robert Malone regarding recent FDA authorization. What strikes me the most:
So, as I understand, there are two versions of the vaccine: Pfizer's one still under EUA and BioNTech's one, which is licensed. But the EUA one seems to be (I suspect) the one that is in circulation right now. So, they will mandate the vaccinations, and still not be liable for any damages, because the large part of the population is not aware of that distinction. My mind is blown...Letter to Pfizer
- DOES NOT GIVE FULL APPROVAL
- Extends EUA to allow supply of current Pfizer under EUA because limited supply of BioNTech version.
- “The products are legally distinct with certain differences that do not impact safety or effectiveness. (page 2, Pfizer letter)
- here FDA quietly admits that the licensed Pfizer vaccine and the authorized Pfizer vaccine are identical with regard to safety/efficacy, but they are "legally distinct." That's code for one has manufacturer liability, while the other doesn't. It is also code for "we don't want to impose a mandate on the EUA product cause it is illegal, but we can probably get away with a mandate on the licensed product."
- page 12 AA (Conditions with Respect to Use of Licensed Product). This tells you that yes, we licensed the vaccine, but...there is a lot of the old vaccine out there, actually "a significant amount" and this amount will be considered an EUA and will continue to be used.
- Now, why would they do that? Why specify that identical versions of the product will be legally different? Because they need the license to impose the mandates. But they need the EUA to evade liability.
- Along with the license comes liability for the manufacturer. (While all EUA products were given a liability shield.)
- Unfortunately, our federal governments would prefer us to be without recourse if we are injured, rather than have Pfizer defend its product in court. So, the feds want us to THINK the vaccine we are receiving is licensed, which will make people submit because they think it can now be mandated, but instead we are almost certain to receive the EUA vials instead, to save Pfizer's behind. Yes, a stingy CICP injury program exists, but it has not paid out for a single COVID vaccine injury yet.