The latest release from Project Veritas is sure to get a lot of people riled up. PV stunned Twitter with a bombshell report on Dr. Anthony Fauci in January, which managed to get their chief of staff banned. Now, they have some explosive information on the FDA and COVID boosters.
It involves a video of Christopher Cole, who is identified as the FDA Executive Officer of Countermeasures Initiative, who allegedly is directly involved in the approval area. In the video, Cole says that “Biden wants to inoculate as many people as possible.”
“So you'll have to get an annual shot (for the COVID virus),” Cole continues. “I mean, it hasn't been formally announced yet 'cause they don't want to rile everyone up.” No kidding! Could it be they don't want to say this before the midterms, and have everyone get disturbed at Biden and the Democrats? But, this is what he's saying is in the works.
Cole goes on. “The drug companies, food companies, vaccine companies pay us hundreds of millions of dollars a year to hire and keep the reviewers to approve their products.” He says if pharmacy companies could get everyone to get a shot every year, that is a “recurring return of money going into their company.”
Cole is asked by the Project Veritas undercover journalist: How does he know that would get approved?
His response: “I mean, just from everything I've heard, they're not going to not approve it (the toddler vaccine).” He explains he thought the process would be gradual, that schools would mandate it. He adds that the toddlers would probably have to get the annual shot just like everyone else.
Cole explains that he didn't exactly agree with the FDA process, because “all the tests aren't there.” He explains that the “efficacy data doesn't have to be as high” for the Emergency Use Authorization (which is what the COVID vaccines have been authorized under) because the standard is that it does “more benefit than harm.” So even though the cases for toddlers might not be as high, it would be approved for them (and other people) under that standard.
If this is true, they'll be potentially imposing this requirement every year, as companies rake in the dough, even for little kids who are at the lowest risk of the virus. We'll never be rid of this.
I'm just going to bet if someone tries to question the White House on this, we wouldn't get a straight answer and we'll get the run-around. But this is the kind of information that needs to be asked about and brought to light before the midterms.