Pfizer’s vaccine booster for people sixteen years and older was recently sent to an FDA panel to be reviewed.
Eighteen members reviewed the vaccine. 16 of them rejected it.
That’s right, barely ten percent of FDA panel members thought this third dose was safe to put in human’s bodies. But we’re supposed to ask no questions about the first two doses?
Something doesn’t add up here.
But then again, liberal math rarely does.
In case this news wasn’t scary enough on its own, the reason the vaccine is being rejected is that it increased the risk of heart inflammation to dangerous levels.
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