Pfizer Documents Analysis Reports: Find Out What Pfizer, FDA Tried to Conceal
Edited by DailyClout
Foreword by Naomi Wolf
Spoiler alert: The FDA was planning to keep you in suspense about the data in this book until the year 2097. For those of you who don’t want to skip ahead, go ahead and plug your head back into the sand or wherever you like to stick it. Don’t read this review. But I should warn you, the FDA has been overruled by the court and has released the data. Hence, this book.
I have said elsewhere that the massive reluctance of the FDA to release these data pretty much tells me what I need to know. In saying that, I don’t mean to minimize the profound importance of this book. I’m sure there are many who don’t follow my logic or think I jump to unwarranted conclusions. For those who want clear, smoking guns, this book has an armory full.
First, a little background. The Pfizer documents are not some neat little three-inch pile of paper. There are fifty-five thousand documents, some of them thousands of pages long. It would take a few lifetimes for one person to read through all that. So, Naomi Wolf put out a call for help. She didn’t just get one answer, she got thirty-five hundred answers. Many of them were from PhDs, MDs, biostatisticians, RNs, people who have done studies like this themselves and people who have experience reviewing studies. Notably absent from this list were unemployed janitors or gamers who decided to emerge from their mama’s basements to score points with a damsel in distress.
This mob of experts was organized by a project manager who divided them up into teams that went through all the documents in an orderly way. One more thing—they did it for free. This revives my faith in humanity. There are still scientists who care about the truth and put a lot of effort into getting it out there.
I won’t belabor every smoking gun, but here are a few highlights. The claims of “95 percent efficacy” are wildly exaggerated. The real number is, at best, below 50 percent. In the first twelve weeks after the rollout of the Pfizer injections, there were over one hundred fifty-eight thousand reports of adverse effects. Pfizer had to hire twenty-four hundred additional staff to handle the flood of reports. If an announcer were to read through all those reports, it would take approximately eighty hours. The fact that Pfizer and the other manufacturers demanded immunity from legal liability is another good indication of how safe they believe their products to be.
There were all kinds of procedural anomalies: missing data, missing patients, skipped steps, and so on. There was no safety testing for pregnant women. Of course, these untested groups of people are strongly pressured to get the untested injections when they are rolled out. I guess somebody has to test this stuff, and it’s up to the general public. They are the lab rats.
Naomi Wolf correctly points out that the pervasiveness of corruption, cheating and distortion of data makes it impossible for any thinking person to believe this is all an accident. Further, when you consider the historic spike in death and injury rates that Edward Dowd found in insurance data, Bureau of Labor Statistics data and CDC data, it becomes even more impossible. As authorities continue to aggressively promote the jab, you can be a good little subject, or you can see through their murderous scams and follow the real science to what they are really up to. The thumb is UP.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Summer 2023🖨️ Print post