In late August 2021, Americans were told that the FDA gave their full approval to the Pfizer vaccine. We were told that the Pfizer shot is no longer under emergency use authorization (EUA) status but is now FDA approved for standard use. Despite what we were told, through smoke and mirrors – that is not the case. The Pfizer vaccine that has been used in the USA is not the same vaccine that was recently approved by the FDA.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has done a bait and switch by announcing it approved its “first COVID-19 vaccine” in order to push the “vaccine” mandates and protect the Pfizer pharmaceutical company from legal liability. However, there is currently no fully licensed COVID shot on the United States market.
FDA ‘playing bait and switch’ with Americans, tricking them into believing shots currently being offered have been granted full approval when they have not.
What the FDA did was to give approval to a separate Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine product which goes by the name Comirnaty. Comirnaty is not even available in the U.S. Thus the American public has been led to believe that those who received the Pfizer shot can now rest easy knowing that the Pfizer vaccination which they received, has been granted full approval by the FDA. Such is not the case as the Pfizer vaccine used in the U.S. still remains under emergency use authorization. This action by the FDA paved the way for the Federal and local governments in September to make vaccinations mandatory – something that was unlawful to do while under EUA. Since the Pfizer vaccine is still under EUA status, Americans still have the right to refuse the shot.
** What you may not know is that all members of Congress and their staffers are exempt from the vaccine mandate. Go figure.