In the Government, Vaccine Politics Are Endemic

Source: National Review
by Jeffrey A Singer

“On September 1, the Food and Drug Administration announced the sudden retirements of the director and deputy director of the FDA’s Office of Vaccine Research and Review. Most news reports characterized the departures of Dr. Marion Gruber and Dr. Philip Krause as resignations. The respected scientists were purportedly disturbed by political pressure from the White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to quickly approve giving COVID-19 booster shots to everyone over age twelve whose second jab was at least eight months earlier. … It should come as no surprise that politics and special-interest pleading affect FDA decisions. The history of the FDA is rich with such examples.” (09/08/21)