(Article by Katie Daviscourt republished from ThePostMillenial.com)
"You’ll have to get an annual shot," said Christopher Cole, Executive Officer of Countermeasures Initiative for the Food and Drug Administration. "I mean, it hasn't been formally announced yet because they don't want to, like, rile everyone up."
"The drug companies, the food companies, the vaccine companies, they pay us hundreds of millions of dollars a year to hire and keep the reviewers to approve their products. If they (Big Pharma) can get every person required (to get) an annual vaccine that is a recurring return of money going into their company," Cole explained.
According to O'Keefe, Cole is "an executive officer at the FDA with over 20 years experience who claims to be directly involved in the approval process."
The FDA released a statement, saying "The person purportedly in the video does not work on vaccine matters and does not represent the views of the FDA."
BREAKING: @US_FDA Executive Officer on Hidden Cam Reveals Future COVID policy
“@JoeBiden wants to inoculate as many people as possible”
'You’ll have to get an annual shot'
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) February 16, 2022
"I mean, there's going to be— some of it's been talked about publicly, but it hasn't been talked about on CNN or Fox or MSNBC or anything," Cole said. "But yeah, it'll be you'll have to get an annual. I think what's gonna happen is it's gonna be a gradual thing, schools are gonna mandate it."
Cole defended the shot, saying that "It means your ability to fight wanes, so the three will bolster your system. And then there'll be an annual eventually, just like the flu shot." He said this would be "for everyone."
"The FDA was scheduled to meet this week to discuss approval of the Pfizer vaccine for children as young as six months old," O'Keefe reported. "They were hoping to have the new vaccine available by the end of the month. But the meeting was unexpectedly cancelled, citing the need for more testing."
"I don't completely agree with their process," Cole told the undercover Project Veritas reporter. "They're looking at trying to inoculate kids under five years old. Between six months and five years old."
"What do you mean you don't agree with the process?" He was asked.
"Well, I mean, they they don't have all the all the tests aren't there. So I agree with the thing that isn't important to inoculate them but you can't give the parents as much assurity as you'd normally want to."
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