Top of the Week: This FDA Bait and Switch Will Astound You

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This FDA Bait and Switch Will Astound You

There are currently no fully FDA-approved licensed COVID shots available. All COVID shots remain under federal Emergency Use Authorization, meaning individuals have the "option to accept or refuse" the product.

On Sept. 22, 2021, the Food and Drug Administration sent a follow-up letter to the original approval to Pfizer pharmaceutical company that stated, "having concluded that revising this EUA is appropriate to protect the public health or safety under section 564(g)(2) of the Act, FDA is reissuing the August 23, 2021 letter of authorization in its entirety with revisions incorporated to authorize for emergency use the administration of a single booster dose of COMIRNATY."

On page 6, footnote 12 of that letter the FDA clearly states, "Although COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) is approved to prevent COVID-19 in individuals 16 years of age and older, there is not sufficient approved vaccine available for distribution to this population in its entirety at the time of reissuance of this EUA. Additionally, there are no products that are approved to prevent COVID-19 in individuals age 12 through 15, or to provide: an additional dose to the immunocompromised population, or a booster dose to the authorized population described in this EUA" (emphasis added).

Prophetic Word From Jonathan Cahn: The Ominous Afghanistan Harbinger

The first book I ever wrote was called The Harbinger. It revealed a prophetic mystery and warning to America of coming danger.

In the last days of ancient Israel, nine harbingers, or prophetic signs warning of coming judgment, appeared in the land.

The Harbinger reveals that those same nine prophetic signs have now appeared on American soil—some in New York City, some in Washington, D.C.—some involving objects, ceremonies, national leaders, even presidents of the United States.

Leading Transgender Surgeon Sounds Alarm; Here's Why

On Nov. 18, 2009, I appeared on The Tyra Banks Show, debating the question of what treatment was best for children who identified as transgender. Sitting next to me was Dr. Marci Bowers, himself a male to female, and known as the rock star of transgender surgery; and Kim Pearson, a straight, married woman who is an advocate for transgender youth.

Prior to our segment, Banks introduced a number of children as young as 7 or 8 to the live, in-studio audience, explaining, "This is Joe, who used to be Jane." The parents joined their children on the stage and told their stories with tears as their kids sat by.

According to Banks, this was the first time kids this young had been introduced publicly in this way. The audience ate it up.

DC May Have Just Made Your Favorite Superhero Into a Homosexual
On Nov. 9, the life of Jon Kent, the new Superman, will take what DC Comics calls "a bold new direction." That's when the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane will begin a romantic relationship with a male friend, the comic book publisher and media giant has announced.

"I've always said everyone needs heroes and everyone deserves to see themselves in their heroes and I'm very grateful DC and Warner Bros. share this idea," writer Tom Taylor said, per DC Comics. "Superman's symbol has always stood for hope, for truth and for justice. Today, that symbol represents something more. Today, more people can see themselves in the most powerful superhero in comics."

"The idea of replacing Clark Kent with another straight white savior felt like a missed opportunity," Taylor told The New York Times. He added that a "new Superman had to have new fights—real world problems—that he could stand up to as one of the most powerful people in the world."

College Athletes Win COVID Victory in Court

The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously in favor of 16 athletes who filed a federal civil rights lawsuit challenging Western Michigan University's unlawful denial of their request for religious accommodation from the college's shot mandate. This decision is now binding precedent in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.

The students represent numerous teams at WMU including the football, baseball, women's basketball, women's soccer, dance team and cross-country programs. WMU recently instituted a requirement for all its athletes in all sports to take the COVID-19 injection or forfeit their right to play intercollegiate sports. However, no similar "vaccine" requirement exists for any other students at WMU and other universities, including Michigan State University and University of Michigan, which are granting religious accommodations to athletes.

U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney initially ordered a 14-day temporary restraining order on the university's shot mandate for athletes. WMU would have forced the athletes to be vaccinated by Aug. 31 or be kicked off the team. The university then appealed the ruling to the 6th Circuit.

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