How Emergency Use Authorization For The Covid Vaccines Is A Get Out Of Jail Free Card For the FDA

Last Updated on June 26, 2022 by Shaun Snapp

Executive Summary

  • The FDA was under tremendous pressure to approve covid vaccines.
  • The Emergency Use Authorization gave them the ability to distribute the vaccines without approval.

Introduction

The FDA is an agency that is little concerned with public safety and far more focused on protecting itself politically while maximizing the revenues to the pharmaceutical companies, which are its actual customers. This article explains why the Emergency Use Authorization or EUA gave the FDA the political cover it needed to approve ineffective and unsafe vaccines. It also explains why the FDA ignored and distorted the concerns over the vaccine studies that were brought to it by its covid advisory committee.

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