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Fred Smith's guest post: Lousy "vaccine" labeling

By January 26, 2022June 10th, 20246 Comments

My doggy gets to know more about the ingredients and warnings for his pest repellent than we humans do for the experimental covid “vaccine.”

Frederick R Smith

Jan 15, 2022

“Every collectivist revolution rides in on a Trojan horse of ‘emergency’. It was the tactic of Lenin, Hitler, and Mussolini. In the collectivist sweep over a dozen minor countries of Europe, it was the cry of men striving to get on horseback. And ‘emergency’ became the justification of the subsequent steps. This technique of creating emergency is the greatest achievement that demagoguery attains.”Herbert Hoover

Author Fred sent the following letter about vaccine labeling to his Congressional representative on September 3, 2021. An excerpt from the response follows.

September 3, 2021

Dear Congressperson []

This letter addresses an apparent discontinuity in medical product labeling and warnings—specifically, the lack of product information and alerts for vaccines and mRNA therapies.

As background, recently, my ophthalmologist prescribed medicinal drops to treat high eye pressure (glaucoma). I noticed a folded paper upon opening the small box holding the eye drop bottle. This sheet, when unfolded, measures 7 by 22 inches. This paper contains extensive product data, warnings, and technical details with exceedingly small lettering printed on both sides. Researching online, I could download a copy of the pharmaceutical company’s PDF file with the same information. I have attached a printed copy for your reference.

Throughout my life, I have taken many traditional vaccines with no hesitance. However, recently seeing the detailed product information about eye drops and the absence of the same information for Covid-19 therapy shots (as well as other injectables) gave me pause for concern. Furthermore, television commercials for pharmaceuticals will always include a speedy narrative about side effects and precautions. Not so for the public service announcements or printed advertisements encouraging the Covid-19 shot.

Astonishingly, the pharmaceutical companies do not have to supply the same labeling for a traditional vaccine or “emergency use authorized” mRNA therapies as they do for eye drops. As you know, people who decide to take the Covid-19 injection see little if any information compared to what we receive for eye drops (and other pharmaceuticals).

Given the above, I highly recommend the development of legislation to address this issue. The goal would be to promulgate US Food and Drug Administration regulations that require the same level of consumer product information for traditional vaccines and mRNA therapies as detailed in the attached eye drop product safety and datasheet.

Thank your consideration, and I look forward to your response.



Frederick R. Smith

The congressman wrote:

What an embarrassing response. And he seems to be quoting Fauci at the end of the first paragraph.



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