September 2, 2021
*Copied off of Facebook…I’m not sure who to give credit to, but thank you! whoever you are!! Had this in my drafts box for over a week…
Just because the Pfizer vaccine is now FDA approved doesn’t mean that they may not say, “oops!” later one, just like they did with the approved drugs in the list below, that were later pulled. There are so many unknowns with this “drug”, I wouldn’t even consider taking it for many years, if then.
Below are 35 drugs that have been recalled from the U.S. market since the 1970s, some that had been in use since the 1930s:
Think this is bad? This is just a VERY small sample.
“Ongoing recalls have gained a noteworthy amount of attention and increased concerns among healthcare providers and the patients they treat. The KHN report states that from January 2013 to October 2018, almost 8,000 medications were recalled by pharmaceutical companies across the United States and abroad.”
“About a third of the drugs the FDA approved between 2001 and 2010 were involved in some kind of safety event after reaching the market, according to a study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.”
“On average, about 4,500 drugs and devices are pulled from U.S. shelves each year. The recalled products have U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval and in many cases, are widely ingested, injected, or implanted before being recalled. Although the FDA may identify concerns regarding the safety of a drug, it is the responsibility of the manufacturer to initiate and execute a recall. On the other hand, the FDA can mandate the recall of a device.”
“Unsafe drugs were prescribed more than one hundred million times in the United States before being recalled.”
I don’t care that it’s FDA approved, that literally means nothing to me. Where there is a risk, there MUST be informed consent and it MUST be a personal choice. Coercion and mandates do NOT equal personal choice.
I, myself, would rather have natural immunity to a virus, or use more natural remedies to take care of myself. With an almost 99% survival rate, and the fact that I more than likely already had it…I’ll take my chances.
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