Pfizer Tested 'Booster' on 23 People before Biden's FDA Approved Shots for Public Use

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer tested its Covid “boosters” on fewer than two dozen people before Democrat President Joe Biden’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the mRNA shots for full public use, explosive unsealed documents have revealed.

Political watchdog group Judicial Watch forced the unsealing of the documents through legal efforts.

The organization has now published a batch of those documents to expose Pfizer’s far-from-rigorous testing practices.

According to the documents, Pfizer only tested the safety and efficacy of its Covid vaccine booster on 23 people in 2021 before putting in a request with the FDA to approve the shots for nationwide public use.

Biden’s FDA immediately approved the Covid booster shot and pushed it out to the public at the end of September 2021.

“The participants included 11 people aged 18 to 55 and 12 people aged 65 to 85,” Judicial Watch reported.

“Of the younger group, there were nine females and two males; eight of whom were white, one was black and two were Asian.

“Of the older group, six were female, six were males, and all were white.”

8.9 million people across America were injected with Covid boosters within just three weeks of the FDA’s approval of the

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