Dr Joseph Mercola is joined by Alix Mayer, President of the California chapter of Children’s Health Defense to discuss how the Big Pharma companies producing the vaxx have been able to come this far and their ultimate game plan.
Mayer says that there’s a lot of confusion about Pfizer’s Comirnaty®. Was it “fully approved”? Is it on the market? Is it “interchangeable” with the Pfizer shot? Does it make COVID shot mandates legal?
She says the answer to all of the above is NO.
The legal distinction between the two is that the unbranded Emergency Use-Authorized COVID vaxxes still have the huge liability shield under the 2005 Public Readiness and Preparedness Act, which confers immunity from liability to everyone involved with pushing the vaxx, unless willful misconduct can be proven.
Under US law, these EUA products are experimental and both the Nuremberg Code and federal regulations provide that no one can force a human being to participate in an experiment and that it is unlawful to deny someone a job or an education because they refuse to be an experimental subject. Under US law, people have the absolute right to refuse EUA vaccines.
However, US laws do permit employers and schools to require students and workers to take licensed vaccines, like Comirnaty and it appears that the FDA’s approval of Comirnaty was a ruse to enable such entities and agencies, like the Department of Defense to impose vaxx mandates – and as we saw, the treasonous Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin wasted no time in doing so.
While it may be FDA-approved, Comirnaty has no current liability shield and it is subject to the same liability laws as other products. Since Pfizer wants zero liability, they will likely not allow Americans to take a Comirnaty vaccine until they can arrange immunity for it.
COMING FOR THE CHILDREN
Mayer says the way Pfizer intends to do this is by getting Comirnaty onto the childhood vaccination schedule, which will also enable the Government to mandate the shots.
“The holy grail is to get the shot on the CDC recommended schedule for children, because then it gets full liability protection according to the 1986 Act. This is why they’re going after our children when they have a 99.9973% recovery rate.”
Once a shot is added to the childhood schedule, the vaccine maker is shielded from financial liability for injuries, unless the manufacturer knows about vaccine safety issues and withholds that information.
THE FDA’s WEASEL WORDS
Mayer says, “The FDA issued an intentionally confusing biological license application approval for Comirnaty. It was an unprecedented approval to both license the Comirnaty shot, saying it’s ‘interchangeable; with the Pfizer shot. But they also said it’s ‘legally distinct.’
“In that same approval, they retain the vaccine’s liability shield by designating it EUA as well. They want it to be fully approved, but they want the liability protection, so they did this BS dual approval.
“So, [Comirnaty] is licensed to be manufactured, introduced into state commerce and marketed, but it’s not licensed to be given to anyone, and it’s not available in the United States. It’s available in the UK, New Zealand and other places, but it is not available in the United States because they’re really scared of liability.
“Now, are you ready for this one? The BLA [Biologics License Application] actually states that Comirnaty is only ‘ready for approval.’ It doesn’t say it’s approved anywhere in the document. And they buried this language in a pediatric section to confuse people even more.
“Here’s what they said: ‘We’re deferring submission of your pediatric studies for ages younger than 16. For this application, because this product is ready for approval for use in individuals 16 years of age and older, as pediatric studies for younger ages have not been completed.’
“Why did they do this? Sixteen is a very important number. You would think the age break would be 18. That’s a very typical age break for everything else that we do in this country. Why 16?
“The reason they did 16 is because 16- and 17-year-olds are still on the children’s vaccination schedule. And then the manufacturer gets full liability protection. That’s why this is ready to be approved for 16 and up, not 18 and up.”
COMIRNATY IS NOT FULLY-LICENSED
A federal judge recently rejected the DoD claim that the two shots are interchangeable, causing military members challenging the DoD’s COVID vaccine mandate to file an amended complaint seeking a new injunction.
She says the following is evidence that Comirnaty is not fully-approved: 1) the approval states you have the right to accept or refuse the product. That means it’s an EUA; 2) it’s not available in the US because Comirnaty doesn’t have liability protection; 3) if it were available, all other EUA shots would have to come off the market; 4) the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) would have to recommend it for ages 16 to 18 and the CDC would have added it to the children’s recommended schedule.
She shows the label for Comirnaty, which states it’s EUA. It does NOT say it’s fully-approved. The safety information states that, “Myocarditis and pericarditis have occurred in some people who’ve received the vaccine, more commonly in males under 40 years of age than among females and older males.”
Mayer says, “This is saying that young men are getting heart inflammation. And what we know from all the anecdotal reports is 300 athletes have died or collapsed on the field, and children in schools have died of heart attacks. That’s what’s going on here.
“And the reason they have to declare this is because they know it. They know it’s happening. And the only way they can be sued is if they know there’s a problem with their vaccine and they don’t declare it. So, they declare it here, in very mild language as if it’s not that big of a deal. But it’s a very big deal. Young people are dying [from the jabs] who have a 99.9973% chance of recovering from COVID.”
She concludes, “The shots don’t prevent transmission. They don’t prevent cases. They don’t prevent hospitalization or death.”