Comment on Dr. Peter McCullough’s COVID-19 and Anti-Vaccine Theories by Jody.
Sean – You side stepped question. I asked if any mRNA vaccines have been used in the past. You discuss the history of mRNA development but never answer the question if any mRNA vaccines have been used. Now I see from link you posted — “no mRNA vaccine or drug has ever won approval.”
So, this experiment with Covid vaccine is the first mRNA vaccine used on people. FDA approved the vaccine, but the name brand Covid vaccine approved is not available in the U.S. — so everyone is stlll getting EUA vaccine that has “different legal standing” (as FDA explained) — and company cannot be held liable for medical costs of side affects. Only the name (Commodity, or something like that) is FDA approved with “legal standing” that company can be sued for side affects of the vaccine.
So, I’ll answer the questions — Covid is the first mRNA vaccine despite a long history of trying and failing with other mRNA vaccines — and FDA is pulling a trick on Americans by declaring the vaccine “FDA approved” while the company is not providing the FDA approved vaccine to Americans.
Can you not see why people are doubting the vaccine, and doubting your support?