CNN is publishing article after article about how the vaccine uptake has slowed, not one single article about why FDA has not approved this vaccine aside from authorizing emergency use only. If they are that confident why not just approve it?

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Possibly because to give it full approval it would have to go through the regular trial and approval process which takes years

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If they approve it what will people argue about then

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Because emergency use just means the manufacturer took on risk (in this case backed by government) and started making it before the approval. The clinical trials, etc are the same.

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It does matter what the manufacturer thinks, It has to be approved by government agency before administering it to public. There is some fine print which is not being talked about

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Ah yes the bill gates approved microchip fine print line. They really do need to change the language from russian to english in the vaccine handbook so normal people can read that line.

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CNN. There’s your problem

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I think it may be government’s way to shield themselves. If some thing goes wrong, they will be like we said it is only for emergency use. Hi t was never approved so to say as a vaccine

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If this goes bad, no procedural detail is going to shield them from rampaging mobs with torches and pitchforks

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Because they want to give enough time for the microchips to transmit data before go in and make it official (have to shut it down then)

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🙄🙄🙄 If you don’t want it, dont take it. That simple. If you don’t trust science or mRNA advances, that’s your choice. NEXT!

Right now we can’t, because of the EUA. Once that changes, plenty of business and government entities are going to require it and they’ll be within their rights to do so.

My question is simple- why has the vaccines not been officially approved? They can make an exception for approval and get it officially approved in less time.... why provide a handout stating that the vaccine is ‘not approved’?

I answered your question with both a quick answer and a detailed one on the FDA website. You can't audit two phase trials in 30 days. But hey if you prefer to keep believing gov want to implant chips on their citizens, that's on you

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