Pfizer becomes first Covid vaccine to gain full FDA approval

by PaddyTheBaddy 34 Replies latest social current


    I would walk away from ANY job, no matter the pay if they tried to force me to have any medical procedure.

    There will come a time when Employers and businesses who “shunned” healthy people for not wanting an unnecessary vaccine will regret that decision.

    This Fear-Porn mixed with virtue signaling nonsense will not end well.


  • UBERWitless

    Ive recently recovered from COVID-19 and I feel like a million bucks. I now have my antibodies and as far I'm concerned don't need a vaccine.

    Take a needle full of zombie juice if you want to and I'll refuse to take one for the same reason.

    Ain't we all happy now?

  • Flg8ter

    Asbestos was and cigarettes still are FDA approved.......

  • pistolpete

    I saw this on another website. It made me laugh but it's a very good question.

    Is anyone able to answer this question


    How did the Taliban survive a year and a half without masks? I assume they are not social distancing or doing pcr testing. Are they all vaccinated? I am guessing they are not. But they've managed to recapture Kabul and freely rule Afghanistan in the middle of a global pandemic.

  • Sea Breeze
  • joey jojo
    joey jojo

    To anyone that wont get vaccinated, here is a simple question.

    If / when you catch covid, and, if you require treatment in a hospital, do you feel that you should have priority over say, a cancer patient, or someone who , through no fault of their own, needs a hospital bed?

    My opinion is that a person like that would be a bit like a drug addict, that, due to their utter selfishness, sucks medical resources and time away from genuinely sick people.

  • pistolpete

    The link doesn't work SB. Here is another article with the same news

    Bannon asked, is the "authorized" vaccine now ready to be administered to patients?

    "It's absolutely not available," Malone explained.

    "The little trick that they've done here is that they've issued two letters, separate letters for two separate vaccines. The Pfizer vaccine which is what is currently available, is still under emergency use authorization, and it still has the liability shield."

    I've heard this before; Two separate letters ONE FOR THE ELDERS AND ONE FOR THE PUBLISHERS.

    He said, "The product that's licensed is the BioNTech product which is substantially similar but not necessarily identical. It's called Comirnaty … and it's 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."

    He said. "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."

  • Sea Breeze
    Sea Breeze
    I've heard this before; Two separate letters ONE FOR THE ELDERS AND ONE FOR THE PUBLISHERS.

    And don't forget the two separate WT magazines.... one for the unsuspecting public and one for brain-dead drones at the KH.

    Yes, we have seen it all before.

  • FedUpJW

    A few other questions?

    If you are one of the sheeple who believe and spout off about how an individual who makes an informed decision to hold off on getting the COVID jab should not receive medical care IF they get sick "due to their utter selfishness, sucks medical resources and time away from genuinely sick people"; do you feel that homosexuals should not be allowed medical treatment if/when they contract HIV/AIDS? What about smokers who get lung cancer? Alcoholics who get cirrhosis? Obese people who get heart disease or diabetes?

    Already that kind of 'thinking' has led to death panels in the U.S. where medical centers are taking people, who for one reason or another have decline to be injected with the gene therapy COVID jab, off transplant wait lists. That effectively is sentencing those people to death as a penalty for making a personal decision.
  • joey jojo
    joey jojo


    You raise some valid, ethical points. That's why I asked the question.

    I was referring to balancing medical attention for anyone that needs treatment through no fault of their own, against someone who has sat back, with their tinfoil hat on, blaming 'the man' and spouting anti science rhetoric.

    Here's something else to consider-do you think anyone with cancer or HIV would refuse a vaccine if it were available?

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