Children's Health Defense filed a lawsuit against the US Food and Drug Administration because they believe the agency is not releasing important safety data related to COVID-19 vaccines.
The user seems to be suggesting that the FDA has prioritized the interests of Big Pharma over public health, by preventing the approval of effective treatments for COVID while approving unsafe vaccines.
The claim is that the FDA was untruthful about Ivermectin and subsequently attempted to cover up their dishonesty about Ivermectin.
The FDA disregarded the reported hospitalizations and deaths associated with the experimental COVID vaccines, which are in the thousands and tens of thousands, respectively.
The user believes that the FDA did not adequately protect the American public and instead simply approved medications and treatments at the behest of pharmaceutical companies. They are wondering how many deaths could have been prevented if the FDA had been more diligent. No specific cases or numbers are mentioned.
The Epoch Times reported:
A nonprofit organization called the Children's Health Defense has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Jan. 26 in federal court in Washington. The organization claims that the FDA has violated federal law by withholding the results of key COVID-19 vaccine safety analyses. The lawsuit seeks the raw results from the FDA's analyses of reports to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
The FDA collaborates with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to operate a system that collects reports of adverse events that occur after vaccination. To ensure vaccine safety, the FDA plans to analyze the reports using Empirical Bayesian (EB) data mining to detect any signals that suggest possible vaccine-related issues. Once a signal is detected, the agency will investigate to determine whether it is caused by vaccination or not.
The CDC website explains that reporting an adverse event to VAERS does not automatically mean that a vaccine caused it. However, VAERS data can be useful for the FDA and CDC to investigate and take action if necessary. The FDA declined the request from CHD for the results of their data analysis, citing the records as containing deliberative opinions and policy discussions, without easily identifiable factual information.