The latest release of FDA documents reveal that adverse effects are more significant in young people and that the impact of Pfizer’s COVID injections on fertility are ‘unknown.’

By Patrick Delaney
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Over 11,000 pages of documents released March 24 and April 1 in compliance with a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit reveal that COIVD mRNA vaccine manufacturer Pfizer has been well-aware that natural immunity is effective against the novel coronavirus, adverse reactions to their experimental injections are more frequent and severe in young people, and the impacts on fertility of the jabs are “unknown.”

In a report from The Hill, journalist Kim Iversen breaks down the “bombshells” revealed in this document drop obtained by an organization called Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) that filed the FOIA lawsuit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last year demanding the release of the documents it reviewed before authorizing the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID shots.

“The first bombshell” of the document drop, according to Iversen, “is that natural immunity works, and Pfizer knows it.”

“The clinical trial data showed those with previous infection of COVID had no difference in outcome than those vaccinated. In the limited trial, none of the vaccinated nor those with previous infection resulted in severe disease defined by either the FDA or the CDC,” she said.

“Yet rather than say ‘people with natural immunity don’t seem to need the vaccine,’” Iversen continued, “Pfizer instead spun their conclusion and said, ‘Final efficacy results show that [the vaccine] provided protection against COVID-19 in participants with or without evidence of prior infection with SARS-COV-2.’”

A second revelation from the documents is that “adverse reactions [to the injections] were more frequent and more severe in younger [age] groups.” One of the documents reads:

Reactogenicity and adverse events were generally milder and less frequent in participants in the older group compared with younger group and overall tended to increase with increasing [vaccine] dose.

“So the side effects were more frequent and more severe in people under 55 even though we know the younger you are the less likely you are to experience severe COVID,” Iversen explained.

Third, a consent form for a children’s clinical trial of the Pfizer injections listed myocarditis as a possible adverse outcome with a rate of occurrence approximately five times higher than previously reported. And since most of these injuries happen in young men, when adjusted for age and gender, the risk is severely increased even more for this demographic.

Finally, this same consent form also states that “the effects of the COVID-19 vaccine on sperm, a pregnancy, a fetus, or a nursing child, are not known.”

“And this is something that has caused a lot of younger women and parents of teen girls hesitation [over receiving the shots] which they were demonized over [in the legacy media].”