(Chris Bray) Back at the end of January, a coalition of medical professionals asked the FDA to change the labels on the mRNA injections for Covid-19.
Among other things, the Coalition Advocating for Adequately Labeled Medicines wanted the “vaccines” to be labeled with a warning that they don’t prevent infection or transmission. Here, as a PDF file, is the complete (and very long) April 18 response to that petition from Dr. Peter Marks, the director of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research — the office at the FDA that regulates vaccines:
If you don’t want to read all of that, the remarkably clear heart of the response is on page 12:
Now, the Coalition Advocating for Adequately Labeled Medicines based their request in good part on public claims from senior government officials like Dr. Anthony “L’État, c’est moi” Fauci and Dr. Rochelle Walensky — who said many times that the vaccines do prevent infection and transmission. You’ll find this paragraph on pg. 10 of the FDA letter:
The FDA wanders into a response at the top of pg. 13: