Did Biden Cut Corners on Covid Shots? Disturbing Truth Revealed

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The Biden administration has come under scrutiny for allegedly pressuring federal health agencies to bypass significant vaccine safety protocols to expedite the implementation of COVID-19 shot mandates. According to a comprehensive report published by the House Administrative State Subcommittee, chaired by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), the interim staff findings reveal a series of troubling actions.

The report highlights how the administration purportedly exerted undue influence on officials at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), urging them to exceed their legal authority. This included downplaying initial risks associated with Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) vaccines and mandating their distribution to military personnel, federal employees, and employees of large private businesses. Notably, the Supreme Court later ruled against the legality of the private sector mandate.

Key to the FDA’s EUA policy was a commitment to monitor and disclose findings regarding the vaccine’s safety and efficacy under emergency circumstances. However, the report suggests that the Biden administration deviated from these established protocols. Instead of adhering to the rigorous standards typically required for vaccine approval, the administration reportedly pushed for expedited full licensure to bolster its vaccination mandates.

The report points to actions taken by then-acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock, who allegedly sought to accelerate the approval process despite concerns raised by FDA experts about potential adverse effects, particularly myocarditis among younger populations.

Furthermore, the subcommittee’s interviews with FDA officials responsible for vaccine approval revealed allegations of rushed licensing decisions and mishandling of vaccine injury reports. According to the report, these actions were purportedly influenced by the administration’s goal to secure full approval for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine through the Biologics Licensing Application (BLA) process.

According to the findings, the FDA had objections to the expedited approval process, particularly concerning the perceived risks associated with the EUA vaccine. Nevertheless, decisions to proceed reportedly came from top officials within the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research.

The report underscores a broader concern that the administration’s emphasis on expediting vaccine approval may have compromised standard safety protocols and the FDA’s usual thorough review process. It also addresses allegations of collaboration between the CDC and social media platforms to suppress dissenting views on vaccine efficacy, which has sparked legal challenges regarding free speech protections. Rep. Massie emphasized the need for transparency and accountability in regulatory decision-making, stating that addressing these issues is crucial to rebuilding public trust in governmental health institutions.