Pfizer Released Data After Freedom of Information Act Request

The Covid-19 pandemic is over and there aren’t any excuses for continuing the mandates or vaccine passports. The vaccines have some serious side effects for some people; to suggest otherwise isn’t only misguided, but it’s irresponsible.

The problem is that transparency isn’t easy to find from Pfizer or any of the other Covid-19 vaccine companies. Pfizer tried to get a court to let them hold off for 75 years before releasing information but Freedom of Information Acts and lawsuits have allowed that information to be released.

The Blaze covered three takeaways from the recent disclosure of documents.

Pfizer had to hire a lot of employees to process all of the adverse events. There have been 42,086 adverse events reported voluntarily to Pfizer with 1,233 fatalities as of February 28, 2021.

The most known side effect is Myocarditis. The media has been talking about Myocarditis and have tried to normalize the condition with the vaccine and in everyday life.

Data shows that the clinical rate for Myocarditis is 245% higher in 2022 than in 2021 which means more cases could be on their way even with less doses given in 2022. This could be one of the biggest reasons that athletes are falling out while playing.

Pfizer also knew that natural immunity existed, but ignored it.

The Blaze reported. “Researchers report one case in the trial group and 21 in the placebo group. Then they mix together results of those with and without prior infection, and yet the numbers are the same at one and 32 respectively!”

With the documents being released, at least people can make their own determination moving forward.