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At A Glance:

  • Two FDA directors step down after Biden recommends boosters ahead of approval.
  •  ACIP to meet mid-September as trials of boosters are still ongoing; not enough data.
  • Israel rushes into third dose after efficacy wanes.
  • Fauci “wouldn’t be surprised” if the regimin were adjusted to three doses instead of two for Moderna and Pfizer.

Marion Gruber, director of the FDA’s Office of Vaccines Research and Reviews and her deputy director announced Tuesday they would both be stepping down. The announcement came a day after the CDC’s ACIP (Advisory Committee of Immunization Practices) meeting in which it was determined there was not enough data to recommend boosters.

All three of the EUA vaccines used in the U.S. are still conducting studies.1 Last month, Joe Biden recommended that all Americans should begin receiving their third dose of the COVID vaccine eight months after their second dose, beginning the week of September 20.2

In an email to COVID Vaccine Providers in Connecticut dated September 1st and entitled Update Following Monday’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP):

ACIP plans to meet again in mid-September to review the latest data on safety and immunogenicity of booster doses, and evaluate effectiveness, breakthrough infections and epidemiology data. After FDA regulatory action on booster doses, ACIP will meet to make recommendations on the use of a booster dose after thoroughly reviewing the evidence. This could include the interval at which boosters may be needed, and which populations (e.g., long-term care facility residents, people aged 65 years and older, healthcare personnel) are eligible or should be prioritized to receive a booster dose.3

Sources said the decision of Gruber and her deputy director, Phil Krause, came as a surprise to those in the FDA.2 It was also suggested that the pair of directors were frustrated with the Biden administration’s push ahead with the recommendation before FDA approval for boosters.2 There has been much push to approve the vaccines. Last week there was an approval, although it wasn’t as the media reported. In recent months, many experts have been speaking out, and several others had petitioned the FDA to ask them to withhold full approval.

Non Variant Specific Boosters, Waning Efficacy, and Breakthrough Cases

In the August 13th ACIP meeting, the efficacy of COVID vaccines was discussed in light of variants, waning efficacy, and breakthrough cases. It was indicated that there are no variant specific vaccines or boosters available.4  It was also not clear that the same vaccines would prove effective over variants.

Efficacy continues to wane and breakthrough cases prove to be not nearly as rare as once thought. In a recent pre-print study in Israel, vaccinated individuals had a 13-fold increase in risk as compared to someone with natural immunity.5

Hold the Phone — Doc’s Thoughts:

How many times have we heard that we need to “follow the science?” But I have to ask, are the people who are making these recommendations following any science? It doesn’t appear to be so. With sky rocketing numbers of adverse reactions, warnings for myorcarditis, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, blood clots, heart attacks, and more, it’s clear they aren’t following science! The shots aren’t even working, they’re dangerous, and they are begging people to take them.

Notice above that the ACIP didn’t have data yet on recommending boosters. And the White House is going around the FDA to suggest boosters before the data could be reviewed by either committee! I don’t doubt Marion Gruber and Phil Krause are frustrated! Their entire agency was just thrown under the bus and is quickly losing credibility.

Did you notice when the next ACIP meeting to look at data is? And who they’d recommend get the boosters first? Mid-September. And somehow that is supposed to lead to a recommendation to the FDA and approval so that boosters can begin the week of September 20th? For all Americans? That seems a bit fishy. Although what’s even more odd is that people are already getting this third booster.6

In fact, just today, Anthony Fauci said he:

“would not be surprised if the recommended full regimen for the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines in the U.S. becomes three doses, instead of two.”6

Let me follow that science…oh wait! There were no trials done with three doses! There’s no science to follow! The vaccine was made for an entirely different strain. We have no idea of long-term effects, nor any sort of efficacy. And yet we’re changing the plan, again.

Focus on the Host, Not the Virus!

I’m going to say this again, you have to be more concerned about with how healthy your body is, rather than relying on a vaccine. If you focus on creating a healthy host with a robust, supported immune system, you won’t have to worry about the vaccines they’re trying to peddle. The studies on natural immunity come in week after week from countries around the world. When your immune system is good and healthy, you will have much longer, more durable immunity than any vaccine could offer.

The fact that they are recommending this vaccine for people who have natural immunity is proof enough they aren’t following any science!

Defending Health Freedoms

We’ve heard about all the mandates from cities and states to the military, schools, nurses, and healthcare workers. We need to speak up. You must speak up. Here’s food for thought. In Israel, if you don’t have your third vaccine, you are considered unvaccinated, and your vaccine passport doesn’t work.8  We must stand strong for health freedoms and informed consent now. If not, they’ll be coming for the fourth failing dose in no time.










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