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The War Room/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Analysis Volunteers Publish e-Book Available on DailyClout.io’s Website
The book is based on primary source Pfizer documents that were released under a court order by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
According to the book, Pfizer knew during the clinical trial that its COVID-19 mRNA drug was harmful on a large scale, could be shed from person to person, and even contributed to deaths. Despite this knowledge, Pfizer and the FDA, assisted by the CDC and mainstream media, suppressed this information and prevented people from being able to give informed consent to receive treatment.
“The Pfizer Reports eBook provides an extensive analysis of the primary source Pfizer clinical trial documents to the public. The reports show that Pfizer knew during the trial that its COVID-19 mRNA drug was harmful on a large scale, could be shed from person to person, and even contributed to deaths,” said Amy Kelly, Project Manager of the Pfizer Document Investigations Team. “People who took this medication were not fully informed about its harms prior to receiving it, so one of the core tenets of medicine – informed consent for patients – was grossly violated.”
“The groundbreaking new book sends shockwaves through Pfizer’s criminal enterprise.” writes The Vigilant Fox in a review of the ebook documents. Mr. Fox further states “Seventy-five years. That’s how long Pfizer and the FDA tried to hide the Pfizer documents from public view — long after just about everyone affected is dead. It wasn’t until renowned attorney Aaron Siri led a FOIA case against the FDA that a federal judge ordered the documents to be released in 108 days, the same amount of time it took the FDA to approve the Covid-19 injections.
Pfizer Document Investigations Team Project Manager Amy Kelly is available for interviews to discuss the book and the findings of the Pfizer Documents Analysis Project.