Court REJECTS FDA Request to Release “Vaccine” FOIA Documents Over the Next 55 Years, Orders Agency to Turn Over TENS OF THOUSANDS of Pfizer Docs MONTHLY

A federal judge has rejected the Federal Drug Administration’s (FDA) request to continue drip feeding the public information about the wu-flu vaccines made by Pfizer and has been ordered to comply with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

The agency wanted to continue to release a measly 500 pages of information per month – which would take upwards of 55 years to have all the documents released. There are literally hundreds of thousands of pages of information pertaining to the Pfizer shots.

Texas Northern District Judge Mark Pittman – has ruled that instead of the documents continuing to be released at 500 page increments, 55,000 will be released every 30 days.



The FDA is set to release 12,000 pages on January 31st.

From Judge Pittman’s Decision:

“Accordingly, the Court concludes that this FOIA request is of paramount public importance.

‘Stale information is of little value’ – the Court, agreeing with this truism, therefore concludes that the expeditious completion of Plaintiff’s request is not only practicable, but necessary. 

To that end, the Court further concludes that the production rate, as detailed below, appropriately balances the need for unprecedented urgency in processing this request with the FDA’s concerns regarding the burdens of production.

• The FDA shall produce the “more than 12,000 pages” articulated in its own proposal, see ECF No. 29 at 24, on or before January 31, 2022.

• The FDA shall produce the remaining documents at a rate of 55,000 pages every 30 days, with the first production being due on or before March 1, 2022, until production is complete.”

The small amount of information that has been made available by the FDA, is already damning and people are in for a real shock when the agency starts dropping it in bulk. There’s a reason they wanted this to take 55 years.

A lawyer who worked on processing the FOIA request, Aaron Siri, called the ruling a “great win for transparency” and makes moves towards holding those behind these deadly shots accountable for their crimes against humanity.

Siri stated that:

“This is a great win for transparency and removes one of the strangleholds federal “health” authorities have had on the data needed for independent scientists to offer solutions and address serious issues with the current vaccine program – issues which include waning immunity, variants evading vaccine immunity, and, as the CDC has confirmed, that the vaccines do not prevent transmission.

No person should ever be coerced to engage in an unwanted medical procedure.  And while it is bad enough the government violated this basic liberty right by mandating the Covid-19 vaccine, the government also wanted to hide the data by waiting to fully produce what it relied upon to license this product until almost every American alive today is dead.  That form of governance is destructive to liberty and antithetical to the openness required in a democratic society.”

It’s safe to say that figures like Dr Anthony Fauci should feel very nervous right about now. There will eventually come a judgement for those involved in the mass murder of millions of people.


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