Over 1,200 vaccine deaths reported within the first 90 days of Pfizer vaccine rollout, according to the first batch of Pfizer’s confidential documents released by the FDA following FOIA lawsuit

On November 15, The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asked a federal judge to give it until the year 2076 to fully release all of the data and the documents the agency used as the basis for the approval and license of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Now we know why.

The revelation came to light in a filing as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit by a medical transparency group. The government told the court it has 329,000 pages of documents responsive to the FOIA request and proposed releasing 500 pages per month to allow for redactions of exempt material.

During the court hearing, The Department of Justice (DOJ) lawyers representing the FDA asked a federal judge to allow them an unthinkable 55 years to process the request, saying they would only be able to release just 500 pages a month. The court denied FDA’s request. Instead, the court ordered the FDA to comply with FOIA’s request and release the information on the Pfizer vaccine.

Now, the first batch of documents is now available for the public to see. According to an official Pfizer confidential document that is titled, “Cumulative Analysis of Post-Authorization Adverse Event Records Reports,” there were over 1,200 vaccine deaths within the first 90 days of the vaccine’s roll out under the FDA’s EUA – from December 1st. 2020 – February 28th, 2021.

In one instance, the report stated that four people died on the same day they were vaccinated.

Click link below for the full article as well as links to download the documents


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