In order to qualify for approval as a “vaccine,” a pharmaceutical injection does not have to actually prevent infection with or transmission of any disease, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) publicly revealed this week.
Peter Marks, a top FDA official, issued a statement explaining that the “FDA’s authorization and licensure standards for vaccines do not require demonstration or the prevention of infection or transmission.”
In other words, a vaccine does not have to actually do anything to gain FDA approval. All that apparently has to happen is for a drug company with deep pockets to pay the agency enough money to buy that rubber stamp approval, unlocking an endless stream of profits.
(Related: Last spring, the FDA finally admitted that the covid “vaccines” it authorized and approved do, in fact, cause blood clots.)
Traditionally speaking, an FDA-approved vaccine had to at least purport to prevent infection with or transmission of a disease. The whole point of a vaccine was to fight disease, we were long told.
Then came the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) and its associated “vaccines” and everything changed. Now, a vaccine can be just about anything, or nothing – it does not matter, just so long as the FDA and Big Pharma get paid for their efforts.
For years, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claimed that a vaccine had to “produce immunity” in order to qualify as a vaccine. A vaccination, the agency said, involves the injection of an infectious organism “in order to prevent the disease.”
Just like the FDA, the CDC changed its definition of a vaccination post-covid to a drug injection that basically does nothing.
In recent months, the Coalition Advocating for Adequately Labeled Medicines (CAALM), comprised of a group of experts, has been calling on the FDA to clarify its definition of vaccines after the fiasco known as Operation Warp Speed ran its course.
“There is a widespread (but inaccurate) notion that efficacy against infection and transmission have been established by substantial evidence, and that these vaccines contribute to herd immunity,” CAALM said in a statement, pointing to false claims from fake president Joe Biden, Rochelle Walensky, head of the CDC, and Tony Fauci that covid injections prevent sickness and spread – which they do not, we now know.
Biden, for example, lied to America back in 2021 when he claimed that “you’re not going to get covid if you have these vaccinations.”
These and other statements by regime kingpins prompted CAALM to request from the FDA “language clarifying that phase III trials were not designed to determine and failed to provide substantial evidence of vaccine efficacy against SARS-CoV-2 transmission or death must be added to labels.”
The FDA ultimately denied CAALM’s request, claiming that its allegations against Biden, Walensky, and Fauci were just “selected statements by U.S government officials suggesting that vaccination against COVID-19 may prevent infection or transmission.”
“In responding to your Petition, we are not agreeing or disagreeing with any of the statements that are selected in the Petition,” Marks wrote in response to the request.
“Rather, we are observing that the statements referenced by the Petition do not demonstrate a commonly held belief that the clinical trials provided substantial evidence of efficacy against SARS-CoV-2 transmission. We are not convinced that there is any widespread misconception about this.”
To this very day, Walensky is still going around claiming that, at one point, covid jabs somehow did prevent transmission and symptomatic illness, even though they clearly do absolutely nothing beneficial in those who take them.
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