FDA Charlatans Engage in Medical Quackery
Everything fits the definition
FDA defines “medication health fraud” (also known as quackery) as offering UNPROVEN and UNTESTED products to the public, like here:
Today, the FDA approved “Bivalent Ba.5 Booster” because of an unspecified “emergency”. What is the emergency? Joe Biden says there is not one!
The booster was tested on, drumroll, 8 mice. That’s it. It will be given to millions of people next week.
How is approving a completely untested product, not medical quackery?
EDIT: this product does not even work properly and is inconsistent by a factor of 23 times:
The FDA also refused to convene even its own “expert committee” known as the VRBPAC. The committee, comprised of FDA stooges, approved the craziest things before — but some members of it, like Paul Offit, sounded their opposition to the Ba5 plan.
So, to make sure that the public is certain that these boosters are “safe and effective”, the FDA decided against convening VRBPAC — to prevent Offit from expressing his opinion.
Mind you, I do not like any members of the VRBPAC, including Offit, because they have not held their duty to keep us safe, above their careers. Offit is not a hero. He is simply smarter than the rest of the FDA careerists and he probably is looking into where he will fit in the post-Covid-vax world. He realizes that there is criminal liability lurking in the shadows.
Did you expect anything better from the FDA?
They’re rubbing our noses in it. Testing something on 8 mice is absurd. They’re past the point of even pretending. ‘Why did you stop at 8 mice?’ ‘All the mice died. Therefore we knew it was working as we intended.’
“You have to get the shot to find out what’s in it.”