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The FDA asked a federal court to give them 55 years to release requested FOIA information about the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

Public Health and Medical Professional for Transparency ( PHMPT ) filed a FOIA request for more than 300,000 pages of documents about the Pfizer jab, but the FDA is claiming that they can only release 500 pages per month of the document which would take them until 2076 to finish.

They claim that there are only 10 employees who are assigned to FOIA requests and there are 400 others that they are working on.

The 1967 FOIA law requires all federal agencies to respond to information requests within 20 business days. There is a caveat though. The time it takes to get the documents “will vary depending on the complexity of the request and any backlog of requests already pending at the agency,” according to the government’s central FOIA website.

The PHMPT requested “all data and information for the Pfizer vaccine” including the safety and effectiveness data; a protocol for a test or study; adverse reaction reports, product experience reports, consumer complaints, and other similar data and information; a list of all active ingredients and any inactive ingredients; an assay method or other analytical method; all correspondence and written summaries of oral discussions relating to the vaccine; all records showing Pfizer and BioNTech’s testing of a particular lot; and all records showing the testing of and action on a particular lot.

“During a time when COVID-19 vaccine mandates are being implemented over the objection of those that have questions about the data and information supporting the safety and efficacy of the Pfizer Vaccine, and individuals with these questions are being expelled from employment, school, transportation, and the military, the public has an urgent and immediate need to have access to this data,” PHMPT said in its FOIA request.

They won’t turn the documents over as is. They insist on reviewing the records to redact “confidential business and trade secret information of Pfizer or BioNTech and personal privacy information of patients who participated in clinical trials,” wrote DOJ lawyers in a joint status report filed Monday.

“By processing and making interim responses based on 500-page increments, FDA will be able to provide more pages to more requesters, thus avoiding a system where a few large requests monopolize finite processing resources and where fewer requesters’ requests are being fulfilled,” DOJ lawyers wrote, pointing to other court decisions where the 500-page-per-month schedule was upheld.

“This 108-day period is the same amount of time it took the FDA to review the responsive documents for the far more intricate task of licensing Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine,” wrote Aaron Siri of Siri & Glimstad in New York and John Howie of Howie Law in Dallas in court papers.

The fact that the FDA was able to read through everything in 108 days in order to approve the vaccine but want 55 years to turn over the documents is ridiculous.

Fauci and his minions aren’t stopping at adults though. Nope. They have already authorized the vaccine for children 5 and up as an EUA while starting experimental treatments on children as young as 2.

We must hold this governmental agency accountable. They have to know that it is unacceptable to not release the documents in the FOIA request and that we the people deserve to know what they want us to inject into our bodies.

As of Nov. 17, more than 258,642,454 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in the United States.

What will happen if it turns out there is something in the vaccine that is causing so many of the adverse reactions? Will they take responsibility at that point? Or continue to force the jab and claim ignorance?

We want full transparency.

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