April 10, 2022
Via The Epoch Times:
Resources: 🔵 Sekur: https://ept.ms/3yW0Wul 🔵 Dr. Malone New Film: https://ept.ms/3DSPLGo 🔵 Pfizer Documents: https://ept.ms/3um3gLEhttps://ept.ms/35V6cFD 🔵 Censorship: https://ept.ms/3JpINtm 🔵 VAERS Analysis: https://ept.ms/3r9JLnC
An unredacted document newly released in compliance with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit indicates that double-dose COVID jab maker Pfizer onboarded some 600 new full-time employees last year “to help alleviate the large increase of adverse event reports” received in connection with the experimental COVID shots.
Dr. Aaron Kheriarty highlighted the information in an April 4 tweet which included a screenshot of the relevant section of the document.
Kheriarty is a member of the Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) organization, the group of over 30 physicians and researchers that filed the FOIA lawsuit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last year to demand the release of the documents it reviewed prior to greenlighting the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID shots.
“Finally got the unredacted version of this FoIA’d document,” Kheriarty wrote. “Three months after the release of the [COVID-19] vaccine Pfizer had to hire 600 additional full-time employees, with a plan to hire 1800 total, just to process the flood of adverse events reported.”