The FDA effectively withdraws the Janssen / Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 shot from the market
The J&J shot is a disaster. But the Moderna and Pfizer shots are even worse. Why is the FDA pushing all in on mRNA???
I. J&J withdrawn but Moderna and Pfizer are even worse
I started writing this article yesterday but the news is so weird that I’m still struggling to make sense of it.
Yesterday the FDA announced it is effectively withdrawing the Janssen/Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 shot from the market (without officially withdrawing it).
From the press release:
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has limited the authorized use of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine to individuals 18 years of age and older for whom other authorized or approved COVID-19 vaccines are not accessible or clinically appropriate, and to individuals 18 years of age and older who elect to receive the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine because they would otherwise not receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
The population for whom “other authorized Covid-19 vaccines are not accessible” and “would otherwise not receive a Covid-19 vaccine” is ZERO. So J&J is done.
The J&J shot is terrible and it is correct to withdraw it. But the explanation given by the FDA does not check out.
The FDA claims that it discovered 60 confirmed cases of thrombocytopenia syndrome and 9 deaths caused by the shot. Okay fine, but as of April 29, 2022, there are over 1.2 MILLION reports of injury and THOUSANDS OF DEATHS associated with each of the Covid-19 shots authorized in the U.S. From OpenVAERS:
What is it about these 60 reports of thrombocytopenia and this manufacturer that elevates these harms as worthy of official concern while over 1.2 million other reports are ignored?
Let me say it this simply: if 60 cases of thrombocytopenia and 9 deaths are the threshold that forces the FDA to withdraw a shot from the market then Moderna and Pfizer have already exceeded that threshold by several orders of magnitude and must be withdrawn immediately.
Are the FDA and CDC really going to argue that these 60 cases of thrombocytopenia and 9 deaths are the only real reports and that the over 1.2 million other reports of injury (including 27,758 reports of death) following Covid-19 shots are made up? That’s their plan? That’s the hill that they want to die on? Because wow that’s completely and utterly insane. There is no way an argument that preposterous can survive for more than a few minutes under cross examination in court, a Senate hearing, or the digital public square.
II. Other weirdness from the FDA
The FDA has spent the better part of the last two years trying to block access to 20 off-the-shelf treatments that are excellent for prevention and early treatment of SARS-CoV-2 including hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin, quercetin, Pepcid-AC, melatonin, zinc, vitamin C, budesonide, etc. You can see the full list and all of the studies associated with these treatments (here).
More recently, Anthony Fauci has been trying to scuttle the Emergency Use Authorization application for Novavax — a Covid-19 shot that uses recombinant DNA technology. In January he told Yahoo Finance:
It just seems rather unusual that people are waiting for something else when you have vaccines that have been given to now 9 billion people. [Editors note: There are less than 8 billion people total in the world, but go on.] I’m not sure what people are waiting for when you say they’re waiting for something else.
They are waiting for a shot that works and does not maim and kill people you knucklehead.
Novavax applied for Emergency Use Authorization in January and they will not get a hearing until June. So the FDA appears to be slow walking the review in order to give preference to existing mRNA shots on the market. Again, why?
III. What is the FDA up to?
It seems that the FDA has decided that mRNA shots shall be the only approach to Covid. mRNA shots do not work. mRNA come with catastrophic side effects. mRNA shots prolong the pandemic because of negative efficacy. mRNA shots fuel the evolution of variants that evade vaccination.
Usually “follow the money” is the correct detective strategy.
Everyone knows that Pfizer is good at greasing the palms of elected officials by giving millions of dollars to politicians and giving lucrative jobs for life to former FDA officials like Scott Gottlieb.
So maybe Johnson & Johnson just failed to pay off the right people?
But one would think that even just for the sake of keeping up appearances that the FDA would want to hedge their bets by using multiple approaches?
By pushing all in on mRNA, the FDA has checkmated itself. The Covid-19 vaccine campaign is now guaranteed to fail. The failures of the mRNA shots will take down other vaccines as well (we’re already seeing that as more parents recognize the corruption). And pushing all in on mRNA may take down the FDA itself (as Republican elected officials increasingly realize that the agency is rotten to the core).
I know the bougiecrats have lost their instinct for self-preservation but this is completely nuts. It’s sadistic and masochistic — harm seems to be the only goal. The FDA gets up every morning and throws more fuel on the pandemic fire by recommending shots with negative efficacy. The FDA has no viable exit strategy. The FDA is now Jim Jones, mRNA shots are the Kool-Aid, and the U.S. is now Jonestown.
So yeah, I’m pleased that the FDA withdrew the deadly J&J shot. (J&J stopped announcing sales targets so look for the shot to be officially retired by the company soon.) But I’m gobsmacked that while doing one sensible thing the FDA is simultaneously doubling down on a strategy that is guaranteed to fail.
Blessings to the warriors. 🙏
Prayers for everyone fighting to stop Pharma fascism and working to build the alternative economy. 🙌
In the comments, please let me know what you think the FDA is up to.
(As always, please help me to correct any typos.)