The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released another batch of internal Pfizer documents under court order showing even more evidence that Pfizer and the FDA knew of the antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) phenomenon and tried to cover it up.
The trove of 11,000+ pages of documents, released on April 1, reveal both agencies knew that vaccine-induced ADE was occurring and worked to cover it up by claiming “no new safety issues have been raised.”
Numerous Vaccine-Associated Enhanced Disease (VAED) cases were outlined in Pfizer’s post-marketing experience report that’s just been unredacted:
From the Daily Exposé:
An investigation of official Government data has uncovered that fully vaccinated individuals are up to 3 times more likely to be infected with Covid-19, 2 times more likely to be hospitalised with Covid-19, and 3 times more likely to die of Covid-19 than unvaccinated individuals.
The question is, why?
One possibility is that as feared, the vaccinated are suffering Vaccine-Associated Enhanced Disease leading to conditions such as antibody-dependent enhancement, and cytokine storm. In effect, this means the Covid-19 injections cause a vaccinated person’s immune system to go into overdrive when they come into contact with the virus, causing harm to the person and worsening disease.
But it turns out this possibility could actually be reality. Because the latest round of confidential Pfizer documents published 1st April 22, confirm that both Pfizer and the FDA knew Vaccine-Associated Enhanced Disease was a possible consequence of the mRNA Covid-19 injections, and they received evidence of it occurring, including several deaths, but swept it under the carpet and claimed “no new safety issues have been raised”.
The bigger question is, why did Pfizer and the FDA fail to disclose these alarming figures at the time?
This may explain why Pfizer sought to conceal its internal documents for 75 years, which was rejected by a federal judge over a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by a coalition of doctors and scientists with the nonprofit Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency.