Shocking admission caught on tape: Everyone taking the jab is part of a grand experiment

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shocking-admission(NaturalHealth365) Fact check from Reuters: Moderna and Pfizer were allowed to run animal testing and human testing of their COVID injection simultaneously, which is not a standard protocol in drug safety trials.  Additionally, clinical trials for Modern and Pfizer will not end until October 2022 and January 2023, respectively.

These drugs are, without question, still in their experimental phase, and everyone who receives a shot should be considered part of a clinical trial – something that even a representative from Moderna admitted to during a recent phone call with a COVID shot victim.

Are COVID injection recipients part of a drug trial?  Moderna rep: “Pretty much”

In June, reporter Stew Peters released audio reportedly of a phone call between a Moderna representative and a woman who had developed Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) after receiving the company’s experimental drug.

After reading her a disclaimer, the representative admits that the long-term effectiveness of the shot is unknown.  When asked if everyone who gets the shot is in part of a clinical trial, he responds, “pretty much, yeah.”

The Moderna rep’s flippant answer belies how serious the implications of the statement really are.  To put it another way, whether mainstream media and factors care to admit it or not, the COVID shots ARE experimental.

Even the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says so.

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In a “Guidance for Industry” document last updated May 25, 2021, the FDA and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) specifically refer to the COVID shots as “investigational.”

If you’re wondering whether “investigational” is different from “experimental,” again, we can turn to the FDA for context.

On their webpage called “Understanding Investigational Drugs,” the FDA states plainly: “An investigational drug can also be called an experimental drug.”

They add, “Before you can be given an investigational drug either through a clinical trial or through expanded access, your healthcare provider must give you additional information about the potential risks and potential benefits of the drug.” Unfortunately, it is difficult to do when it comes to the COVID injection since the potential risks and benefits of the drug are still unknown.

This FDA webpage was last updated on April 2, 2019.  We suggest visiting the webpage soon if you want to see for yourself how the government defines these injections – before officials end up changing the language, which we saw happen with the World Health Organization‘s watered-down edits of their recommendations not to inject kids.

Bottom line: Do NOT let fact-checkers, public officials, and mainstream media misinform you.  Right now, all COVID shots – by the FDA’s own definition – are experimental.

Keep it in perspective: in addition to knowing that these drugs are not approved, not licensed, and experimental, you need to remember THIS important fact

Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson are immune from liability for any loss and damages caused by these experimental drugs.  This is explicitly stated in the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) from HHS.  It states:

“The declaration provides immunity from liability (except for willful misconduct) for claims:

  • of loss caused, arising out of, relating to, or resulting from administration or use of countermeasures to diseases, threats, and conditions
  • determined by the Secretary to constitute a present or credible risk of a future public health emergency
  • to entities and individuals involved in the development, manufacture, testing, distribution, administration, and use of such countermeasures”

If you or a loved one gets ill, injured, or killed from a COVID shot, these pharmaceutical companies will not be held liable.  Taxpayers fund the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, and not everyone deserving of compensation will receive it.

Keep this information in mind before deciding to join in on this worldwide drug experiment.

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