I was having a discussion with a friend of mine this week about the vaccination and whether or not he should get it.

The thing is, like many companies, his employer is requiring that he get the vaccine.

He’s really in an awkward situation because the company that he is actually with is not requiring it, but there is a hierarchical structure in which they have a parent company and they are the ones who are requiring vaccinations.

The state we live in allows for exemptions, and I told him that he has that option, but he likely won’t try and go that route.

So after talking about, it seems to me that he’s probably going to get the vaccine, but the decision boils down to which one to get.

The topic came up as to whether to get the Pfizer vaccine because it is now “FDA approved” and therefore safer. Or is it?

In reality, this isn’t the full truth. Dr. Robert Malone who is the inventor of the MRNA vaccine technology said that it’s not fully approved and that this is only an extension under the Emergency Use Authorization that grants them full liability protection.

“It’s called Comirnaty… and its not yet available, they haven’t started manufacturing it or labeling it, and that’s the one that the liability waiver will no longer apply to. So the one that’s actually licensed is not yet available, and when it does become available it will no longer have the liability shield. In the interim, the one that does have the liability shield is the Pfizer product and that’s what is currently available – and its still under emergency use authorization,” Dr. Malone said.

The letter from Pfizer read:

On August 23, 2021, having concluded that revising this EUA is appropriate to protect the public health or safety under section 564(g)(2) of the Act, FDA is reissuing the August 12, 2021 letter of authorization in its entirety with revisions incorporated to clarify that the EUA will remain in place for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for the previously-authorized indication and uses, and to authorize use of COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) under this EUA for certain uses that are not included in the approved BLA.

So what does it mean that they’re FDA approved? Honestly, it doesn’t mean a whole lot.

Pfizer is also the producer of Chantix which is now known to cause cancer. Yet the drug is FDA approved. There have still been no long-term studies on the vaccines and we have absolutely no idea what may be the result of this experiment.

There are several things that are FDA-approved that aren’t safe. There are things that are safe that aren’t FDA approved. Government approval means jack s**t in my book.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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