Now why would they reissue Emergency Use Authorization when they’ve apparently approved it? And on the same day?
Have they been confusing us with Newspeak? And are the mainstream media complicit? Surely not.
The Letter Of Authorization demands a closer look. The license application is for COMIRNATY.
Now mainstream media have informed us that Comirnaty – apparently a mash-up of Covid-19 immunity with mRNA to evoke ‘community’ – is simply a rebrand.
But is it?
Dr Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA vaccines, thinks otherwise.
In an interview with Real America’s Voice, he said:
“The little trick that they’ve done here is they have issued two separate letters for two separate vaccines. The Pfizer vaccine, which is what is currently available, is still under Emergence Use Authorization and it still has the liability shield.
Once again, the mainstream media has lied to you – I’m sorry to say that. I know it’s a shock – but the product that’s licensed is the BioNTech product which is substantially similar but not necessarily identical.
It’s called Comirnaty … and it’s not yet available. They haven’t started manufacturing it or labelling it. And that’s the one the liability waiver will no longer apply to. So the one that’s actually licensed is not yet available. And when it does become available, it will no longer have the liability shield.
In the interim, the one that does have the liability shield is the Pfizer product. And that’s what currently available – and it’s still under Emergency Use Authorization. So that’s no change. The press has just not done their work and figured out what’s actually going on here.”
Now, my own research – this side of the pond – discovered an official European Union document from 24 December 2020, in which the EU issued a Marketing Authorization for “Comirnaty” for BioNTech. Note: just BioNTech, not BioNTech-Pfizer.
Curiouser and curiouser. Was the original name for the Pfizer jab Comirnaty? If so, why wasn’t it called that from the get-go?
Or is it indeed an entirely different vaccine?
Certainly, if anyone knows their stuff it’s Dr Malone.
Not to mention how odd it is that the FDA state on their website they’ve reissued Emergency Use Authorization for the Pfizer jab on 23 August – the same day it was apparently fully approved.
As usual, time will tell.