Pfizer Vaccine May Not Have Been “Fully Approved” By FDA

mRNA vaccine technology inventor Dr. Robert Malone joined Steve Bannon’s War Room to discuss the recent and reported approval of Pfizer’s vaccine by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). According to Malone, the Pfizer vaccine is not fully approved by the agency after all.

Instead, Pfizer’s vaccine was given an extension of their Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) and also entails the endorsement of a Biologics Ethics License for a Comirnaty vaccine. The latter vaccine is to be made by the German vaccine manufacturer BioNTech but has not yet been made and, unlike Pfizer’s, will not be subject to legal immunity.

The FDA released two letters concerning the separate vaccines and, rather than give permission for the use of both, Pfizer’s EUA is extended and the company’s vaccine can still be supplied when BioNTech’s Comirnaty vaccine is in limited or no supply.

The Comirnaty product entails BioNTech being subjected to legal liability while Pfizer’s does not and, worst of all, the Comirnaty vaccine isn’t even being manufactured. You can read the FDA letter for Phizer here, the Comirnaty letter here, and Dr. Malone’s review of the two FDA letters here.

In many cases, it is appropriate to give vaccine manufacturers full immunity since vaccine makers can be sued out of existence by parties with nefarious intent. In this case, the potential cloud of suspicion that will result from Dr. Malone’s findings can be cause for people to continue to hold off on vaccinating. It also doesn’t help that the Biden Administration’s constant moving goal posts and even pushing for mandates in order to get people to vaccinate since that can also result in people refusing to get immunized as well.