White House Lacked Plan to Compensate People Injured by COVID Shots, as FDA Sped Up Approval


by Michael Nevradakis, Ph.D., Childrens Health Defense:

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration accelerated the approval of COVID-19 vaccines to meet arbitrary vaccine mandate timelines set by the Biden administration, Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) told The Defender following a Feb. 15 hearing by the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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Wenstrup, chair of the subcommittee, said:

“We also heard concerning testimony that it appears the FDA [U.S. Food and Drug Administration] accelerated the COVID-19 vaccine approval process to seemingly meet arbitrary mandate timelines set by the Biden administration.

“We also were able to delve deeper into why public trust has eroded in public health, particularly when it comes to vaccine safety.”

The Feb. 15 hearing examined the approval process for the COVID-19 vaccines, deficiencies in government vaccine safety surveillance databases and a backlog in vaccine injury compensation cases — but critics say key issues remained unaddressed.

Ray Flores, senior outside counsel for Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and an expert on the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP), was critical of the proceedings. He told The Defender:

“This hearing was predominately a disgusting hug box by pharma shills who spoke without candor or compassion by exhibiting willful ignorance of the true depth of the dumpster fire that is the COVID-19 vaccine and CICP in a face-saving display that skillfully misdirected the discussion to figure out how to more efficiently buy off a ‘handful’ of dead for a pittance.

“This was not about vaccine safety or transforming compensation programs, it was about damage control. Don’t forget, COVID-19 vaccines are still covered by the PREP Act until at least the end of this year.”

Dr. Joel Wallskog, a Wisconsin orthopedic surgeon who no longer practices due to injuries he sustained from the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and co-chairman of React19, a nonprofit representing vaccine injury victims, told The Defender:

“React19 and the COVID-19 vaccine injured community … are very disappointed with the hearing. Most representatives used … their allotted time to pontificate and not ask tough questions.”

Wallskog said the questions “failed to go into any needed detail” and witness statements “were easily taken at their word” without any supporting evidence.

Brianne Dressen, founder of React19, attended Thursday’s hearing. She said it was “obvious” that addressing the problems with compensation is “not a priority” for the health agencies.

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