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OneNationUnderGod176 15 points ago +15 / -0

I don't know why people think this was "approved" by the FDA. It wasn't. Go and read the actual EUA. They approved the name change, nothing else. Then they approved the continued EUA of the pfizer death jab. They have never approved anything.

Rubieroo 3 points ago +3 / -0

There are recordings of people CALLING the FDA and recording them saying the Comirnaty isn't available and what is (in the US) is not approved.

SgtPepper29 2 points ago +2 / -0

We learned this back in August. Were people thinking that we were kidding?

JackArrow 1 point ago +2 / -1

The problem is that people didn't think at all.

Auroraalpha 1 point ago +1 / -0

Because its Schrodinger's Vaccine. Somehow the FDA managed to approve a BLA for Cominarty by BioNTech, and send mail to Pfizer extending their EUA. And then the press release which is what most went with, only talks about the BLA approval. Clearly the press release is intended to muck the waters as much as possible.

Meanwhile buried only in the EUA extension letter is verbiage saying that the two vax's are legally distinct. Also, they acknowledge they have no stocks of Cominarty. So essentially this is all a bait-&-switch by the FDA to claim a BLA vax exists (i.e. FDA-approved), where none practically exists.

Given that theoretically the BLA Cominarty has less legal protections for Pfizer than the EUA vax, i highly doubt that Pfizer is likely to bring it to market. They gain all this legal protection back when they get BLA for the children's schedule, so I am guessing that is what they are waiting for.

dildoschwaggins 4 points ago +4 / -0

All designed to divide and confuse…and who the hell comes up with these names? COMIRNATY? Really? Makes me think of James Corny even though the two are unrelated.

Although I love the dopey looks I get when I tell people there is no FDA approved COVID vaccine being given in the US, it is quite concerning when they come from doctors who are trusted to be on the cutting edge of the drugs they’re so quick to prescribe. I also thoroughly enjoy the follow up point I love to make…FDA approval is meaningless anyway.

Rubieroo 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've had some pretty massive arguments with TV watching liberals who believe (including medical professionals) that Comirnaty is what's on offer in the US right now. \

Which I suppose was the goal of the Cabal. Trick the dummies.

SuckaFree 2 points ago +3 / -1

There should be no confusion. They're both the same thing.

EuropeNeedsFixing 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've mentioned it before, here in Denmark the official name written on the covid certificates of "vaccination" is Comirnaty. Have been wondering if this is sone "bait and switch" scheme between the US FDA and the EU EMA?

holland404 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes, "bait and switch" is the correct term. I think they are trying to trick the population into using up the "rushed to market" experimental vax. Comirnaty is the FDA approved vax in the US however is it not available and won't be until late 2023. Like all FDA approved drugs, Comirnaty MUST go through a tightly controlled manufacturing process, one that BioNtech did not go through.

I have friends in the military that have gone to every single pharmacy within a 100 mile range of here to get Comirnaty, because their Orders state very clearly that they MUST get the FDA approved covid vaccine. There is countless vids on tiktok, bitchute, etc where military members and others show there is no Comirnaty available anywhere in the US.

Many of the pharmacies do not even know they are still giving out the "Emergency Authorisized Use (EAU)" experimental vaccine until they are asked to show the package inserts and/or the vials. NONE of it says Comirnaty, it is still BioNtech. Often times they will claim that it is the same formulation, however "formulation" definition does not mean what they think it means.

Both FDA and Pfizer state that BioNtech(EAU) and Comirnaty are the same formulation. They do NOT state that it is the same formula or ingredients. Formulation of a drug means how it is administered, such as in a pill form , liquid, nasal spray, suppository, epidermal patch, or via injection. They are most certainly pulling a bait and switch and muddying the waters with verbiage in order to confuse not only the layman but the Doctors and Pharmacies as well.

Auroraalpha 1 point ago +1 / -0

The DoD is worse than that. So any of the vaccines on the WHO EUL (includes indian vaccines, sinovax, Astrazeneca) are theoretically allowed. The only one mandated is Cominarty.

When Servicemen realized that only Cominarty was mandated, they brought it up as an issue. Some medical practitioners printed their own label instead and swapped labels after servicemen started asking to see the vials.

Elcycs 2 points ago +2 / -0

This says biontech. Not comirnaty.

test_pattern 1 point ago +1 / -0

the difference, according the the FDA:

"COMIRNATY includes the presence of optimized codons to improve gene expression."

analysis showed two codons -- one coding for proline in the spike, to make it hold up better, not collapse, the other helped the antigens evade immune system detection for longer (similar to HIV) so as to build up a greater 'dose' of spike proteins before your own antibodies mount a resistance.

Vindicator63 1 point ago +1 / -0

I still can't get over when you rearrange the letters and it becomes ROMAN CITY. Weird, eh? Vatican?

megalithicallstar 1 point ago +1 / -0

Frank and Tracy are great! I love their podcast Dark To Light and Franks "Quite Frankly" pod.