Now why do you think FDA would want to delay the results? Is this like how they & Pfizer tried to hide the harmful mRNA vaccine data for 75 years until the judge slapped them up the head?
I’m sure the billions of people who took the shots are grateful to know that the manufacturer is studying their effects on the heart *AFTER* it can’t be undone.
Congress needs to deal with the captured status of the FDA by Big Pharma, but (of course) Congress is too busy serving their other master, the Military Industrial Complex by flirting with nuclear war in Ukraine. We truly live under the rule of an Idiocracy, with a few brave exceptions. What's it going to take to wake our captured agencies and the politicians overseeing this mess?
Yep, exactly like that. Would you expect anything less?
FBI needs to raid Bourla’s house. We all know that won’t happen🙄
I want everyone to know I just got fucked up by 3 drones...I'm trying to put this wherever I can. This is a daily/nightly occurrence...but this was a very heavy hit.
I think the dates being moved have to do with the WHO thinking they can just pass some treaty which appx. 30,000 people sent in comments against it and they said they passed it. I think they want to try and move the dates and they actually think they can then control the whole worlds health and force lockstep jabs on the whole populace and go over our own Constitution.
Thats what I think and IMO.... NEVER GONNA HAPPEN!
If the "spike protein” (the RNA segment) induces inflammation in the vascular endothelium of the heart, then it surely induces inflammation in vascular endothelium throughout the body. This explains why it causes lethal disseminated intravascular coagulation.
How do you know the FDA didn't receive this report? The approval letter requiring certain studies didn't state final reports would be released to the public. They're allegedly added to the investigational new drug application and biologics license application. They're used to determine if the labelling should be changed. If people want to see each when completed, someone probably has to submit an FOIA request.