If you were looking for news today about things you already knew, it would be this: An admission from an U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) executive that the COVID vaccines, don’t do exactly what their supposed to do and that’s reduce cases of COVID.
According to a video just released by Project Veritas, an executive director working for the FDA, believes that the COVID vaccines have “not been as effective as they’re expecting.” No kidding.
The FDA executive officer in the undercover video, Christopher Cole, who has been in his field for over 20 years, admitted that he is directly involved in the COVID vaccine approval process at the government agency, while also discussing Biden’s future vaccine plans and possible policies.
Cole said he believes that the COVID vaccines have a low efficiency rate and is no where near the promised level that was made by health officials a year ago.
Discussing the first two Pfizer vaccine doses, Cole said, “Yes, it is—has not been as effective as they’re expecting. I agree.”
He also spoke about Joe Biden’s plan to rollout annual COVID booster shots, something that will be announced to Americans “at some point.”
“It hasn’t been formally announced yet, cause they don’t want to rile everyone up,” Cole claimed. “I mean, it’s going to be, and some of it has been talked about publicly, but it hasn’t been talked about on like CNN or Fox or MSNBC or anything. But yeah, you’ll have to get an annual.”
Cole also believes that before the annual booster mandate is announced by the federal government, it will be implemented by schools, mandating the vaccine for children.
Speaking about the FDA approval process for the vaccine to be given to children aged six months to five years old, Cole said he didn’t “completely agree” with the process.
“I don’t completely agree with [the FDA’s] process. They’re looking at trying to inoculate kids under five- years-old between six months and five-years-old,” he said.
Statistically, children are far less likely to get COVID-19 in the first place, making a vaccine completely unnecessary.
Cole pointed out that the FDA had not done enough to reassure parents “as you normally want to.”
When asked exactly what part of the approval process he disagrees with, Cold said, “All the tests aren’t there,” adding, “So I agree with the thing that it is important to inoculate them. But you can’t provide the parent as much assurance as you normally want to.”
The FDA recently delayed a hearing for Pfizer’s COVID vaccine for children five years and younger, citing needing more tests and time, but despite this, Cole insisted that more vaccine policies are definitely on the way.
Cole also divulged the fact that he has heard through the grapevine that the FDA is “not going to not approve” a COVID vaccine for young children, acknowledging the low case rate in children, but said that approval will still likely go through because it currently is being used under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).
Up for discussion was the FDA’s alleged abuse of EUA’s in regards to the fast tracking of the COVID vaccine approval, specifically aimed at certain demographics. Vaccine shots for children are approved regardless, because of the use of EUA’s, stating that standards have been lowered tremendously under a EUA.
When Cole was asked whether or not he thinks there is an emergency for toddlers, he said:
“Well, they’re all approved under an emergency. just because it’s not as impactful as some of the other emergency approvals, they’re all being approved under that standard. The efficacy data doesn’t have to be as high. The standard on emergency use authorizations is that it does more benefit than harm.”
The apparent lack of testing involving pregnant women, was another thing Cole mentioned.
“It’s harder to find like pregnant women for these studies, and a significant number in order to be statistically accurate,” he said. “They haven’t tested enough on pregnancy on vaccines and everything…”
When presented with the video and asked to comment on its content, the FDA stated that: “The person purportedly in the video does not work on vaccine matters and does not represent the views of the FDA.”
Project Veritas had the best response to this: ‘Of course, that is the whole idea of journalism is to make public what powerful people want kept private.’
Watch some of the FDA executive private conversations he doesn’t want you to know: