Senate Testimony and Update on FDA Litigation
I spoke, along with several distinguished colleagues, at a U.S. Senate panel this week sponsored by Senator Ron Johnson.
I was honored to testify on a Senate panel with several of my colleagues on Monday, sponsored by Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI). I was grateful for this opportunity to express many of my concerns about unethical Covid policies, and have this information preserved in the public congressional record. You can view all my remarks, including my opening statement and my contributions to the Q&A, here.
You’ll find the videos of other presenters—among them distinguished physicians and scientists Peter McCullough, Robert Malone, Jay Bhattacharya, Harvey Risch, Pierre Kory, Paul Marik, Ryan Cole, Paul Alexander, Richard Urso, and others—posted here. For those who want to watch the entire unedited roundtable panel, you can find a video of the five-hour event here. Given the amount of false information foisted on the public during the pandemic, this panel is a real education and may be worth the investment of time for those who are motivated to learn more. For those without the time or stamina for the full version, here’s a 38-minute “highlight” video, which will give you a good flavor of the event:
This two-minute clip about the malfeasance of the state Medical Board of California has been making the rounds on social media:
Townhill published a great summary of the panel in an article today, “A Titanic Hearing on Covid,” which described the event it as follows:
Senator Johnson’s convocation may be the most important hearing in the 110 years since the Senate heard from survivors of the Titanic disaster in the very same room. Senators conducted the Titanic hearing in 1912 in order to determine why 1,500 of the Titanic’s 2,200 passengers needlessly perished in that catastrophe.
In other news, Pfizer has intervened in our FOIA request to the FDA for release of Pfizer’s vaccine safety/efficacy data submitted to the FDA for authorization of the product. Federal law clearly requires the FDA to release the information now that the vaccine is authorized, and the judge in the case has ordered it to be released. Now, however, DOJ lawyers for the FDA agreed that they want Pfizer's help in redacting the documents before they are released to the public. You may recall that the FDA initially asked the judge for 75 years to slow-walk the release of this data, as I described in a previous post:
The judge rejected this absurd request, giving the FDA an 8 month timeline. Now the FDA and their DOJ lawyers wants Pfizer's help in redacting the data before it's released to the public. Who, we can ask, is the FDA working for?
Finally, in my next post I’ll share some videos and stories about the event at the Capitol the day prior to the Senate panel, “Defeat the Mandates: An American Homecoming,” a march from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial. I was privileged to speak to the 40,000 people who gathered, giving my remarks from the same landing where MLK gave his “I have a dream” speech almost fifty years ago—quite the experience. For now, here’s a two-minute teaser…