"It's More A Gut Feeling Rather Than Based On Really Truly Serious Data": FDA Panelist On Approving Moderna BoostersChris Menahan
Oct. 17, 2021
"You're a Good Guy. No Question": Judge Goes Easy on Attorney Who Helped Firebomb NYPD Car During BLM Riots
Cops Accused of Murder in Death of Tyre Nichols Were Hired After PD Relaxed Job Requirements, Launched 'Diversity' Push
Media Agrees: Blame White People For Five Black Cops Beating Tyre Nichols
Rep. Ilhan Omar: "I Wasn't Aware of The Fact That There Are Tropes About Jews and Money"
Mark Houck, Pro-Life Activist Vindictively Prosecuted by Merrick Garland's DOJ, Found Not Guilty of Bogus 'FACE Law' Charges
The FDA approved the rollout of Moderna mRNA booster shots based off "a gut feeling" rather than any "really truly serious data," according to a member of the FDA's vaccine-advisory panel who voted in favor of the plan.
From The Wall Street Journal, "Moderna Booster Shot Backed by FDA Advisory Panel":
Vaccine experts advising the Food and Drug Administration voted 19 to 0 Thursday to recommend authorization of an extra dose of Moderna Inc.'s MRNA Covid-19 shot, a key step in making booster doses available to millions more people.This is what they mean when they say they "follow the science."
In related news, the founders of Moderna just made their debuts on Forbes' list of the 400 richest Americans.
Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab, Minds, Parler and Telegram.