Biden’s administration has given the go-ahead to jab children ages 5 through 11 with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. The product name may be familiar to those who closely follow the documents coming from Biden’s administration. Note the product identification (seen above) that will be on vials distinguishing the vaccine given to ages 12 and above from the vaccine given to children ages 5 through 11. Hint: It’s not Comirnaty. It’s not the licensed and approved vaccine.
Children ages 5 through 11 will receive, under “emergency use authorization” (EUA), a reformulated version of the experimental “vaccine,” according to the above photo from the FDA and a document from the FDA.
About the EUA:
Only under an EUA ruling is Pfizer presently exempt from vaccine liability. Some lawyers are calling the FDA ruse a classic “bait and switch” tactic, a form of fraud based on deception.
Despite details in the FDA’s previous letter “approving” Comirnaty, that vaccine is apparently no longer always identical to the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine (the version previously given to millions of people).
Reformulation has added a “Tris buffer” to replace the former “PBS” buffer, for some uses. Now both Pfizer vaccines seem to exist under both product names, each with one or the other buffer.
Not to worry! We’re assured that the products are now “analytically comparable,” instead of identical.
If you’re confused, then join my club. I haven’t yet found time to thoroughly parse the words in these various documents, but they’re probably written to be deliberately confusing to a layperson.
A link that previously went to the August letter now goes to the October letter, so I searched the Web archive for the earlier letter, which is here.
It may be that the reformulated product can or will be given to adults, too, as first or second doses or as boosters.
It also may be that the reformulated vaccine, the one with the new buffer, wasn’t even the version tested on small children. Who knows?
It’s difficult to deduce truth from obfuscation in these various FDA documents. As I said before, I haven’t read the documents thoroughly yet, so I’m unable to report on every nuance.
As for the reformulated jab for small children, we’re told that this vaccine “looks effective,” whatever that means. There’s a caveat big enough to drive a truck through: the study size was not large enough to assure safety for small children from all potentially serious side effects.
Why not? Aren’t our country’s small children important enough to do a study that ensures their absolute safety?
Here’s what one distinguished member of the FDA panel said concerning safety of the product for small children:
But we’re never going to learn about how safe this vaccine is unless we start giving it. That’s just the way it goes.
That’s just the way it goes. Not exactly reassuring, is it?
A word of advice to parents: Do thorough research to learn the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth before you allow your small children to be used as figurative lab rats in a trial from which there will be no going back, from which you will have no recourse for compensation from wealthy manufacturers should “rare” side effects occur, and about which, no doubt, you will not be given fully informed consent.
If you’re thinking of taking this jab for yourself, it may behoove you to find out which version, with which buffer, you’re being jabbed.
The manufacturers are already working on a jab for infants and toddlers.
How long before the jab is made mandatory for every person in the country regardless of age, with boosters in perpetuity?
Pray for our nation and our world.
Pray for our children and their futures.