Israel, which recently gave Anthony Fauci a million dollar “award,” is planning to “brief” the FDA on why they need to approve endless booster shots for the American public.
Israeli health officials have agreed to present data from their country’s rollout of Covid-19 vaccine booster shots to the FDA, potentially providing ammunition to help the Biden administration justify such a program in the US.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) asked Israel’s Health Ministry to brief the agency’s advisory committee on booster-shot data at the panel’s September 17 [virtual] meeting, according to Sharon Alroy-Preis, the ministry’s head of public health.
“We have been asked to come and present Israel’s experience and our data so that we can truly help the whole world to learn,” Alroy-Preis said on Sunday in an interview with the country’s Channel 12 TV.
Israel launched its booster-shot program on August 1, citing the waning efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines over time, and has so far administered the additional jabs to about 2.6 million people, or roughly 28% of the population.
Why don’t they just email the FDA their data right now?
This meeting is clearly being timed right before the White House’s Sept 20 booster approval deadline. This seems like it’s all part of a scheme to help put down the mutiny at the FDA against rushing to approve boosters.
From the data that’s already public, it appears Israel’s mass Pfizer mRNA “vaccine” program is not working very well (if at all) and that’s why they’re telling the public to prepare for a fourth shot.
Not even one clinical trial has been completed proving the effectiveness of boosters nor detailing the side effect profile on third or fourth shots.
Regardless, Fauci — “The Million Dollar Man” — is already on board with the agenda.
After saying booster shots will likely be needed for people to be considered ‘fully vaccinated’ against Covid, White House health adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said Pfizer could have approval for a further dose in a matter of weeks.
Senator Johnson reports 84% of new Covid cases in Israel are vaccinated: