When the story first broke a few months ago about the FDA approving the COVID vaccine, we read the official FDA papers and came to the conclusion that they did not, in fact, approve the COVID vaccine.
Rather, they approved something called Comirnaty and they gave the COVID vaxx and extended emergency use authorization.
We published that story and received tremendous backlash from people claiming we just “didn’t understand” what the papers said.
Today we stand vindicated.
Today, Sen. Ron Johnson went on the record with Fox News saying the EXACT same thing we initially reported.
SEN. RON JOHNSON: We do not have an FDA–approved vaccine being administered in the U.S. The FDA played a bait and switch. They approved the Comirnaty version of Pfizer drugs. It’s not available in the U.S. They even admit it. I sent them a letter three days later going “What are you doing?” What they did is they extended the emergency use authorization for the Pfizer drug vaccine that’s available in the U.S., here that’s more than 30 days later, they haven’t asked that very simple question. If you’re saying that the Pfizer drug is the same as the Comirnaty, why didn’t you provide FDA approval on that? So, there’s not an FDA-approved drug and, of course, they announced it so they could push through these mandates so that people actually think, “Oh, OK now these things are FDA approved.” They are not and again, maybe they should be, but the FDA isn’t telling me why.
Watch it here:
According to Sen. Ron Johnson there is not an FDA approved C0VID v⍺ccine in the US. pic.twitter.com/vmrf3Vhzti
— Wes (@loafinit) October 8, 2021