by Debra Heine
The Biden administration plans to make yearly COVID shots mandatory for all Americans, including young children, a Food and Drug Administration executive told a Project Veritas undercover journalist on hidden camera.
In the sting video released on Tuesday, Christopher Cole, Executive Officer of Countermeasures Initiative for the FDA, said: “Biden wants to inoculate as many people as possible.” According to Project Veritas president James O’Keefe, Cole has “over 20 years experience” at the FDA, and “claims to be directly involved in the approval process.”
“You’ll have to get an annual shot,” he told the undercover journalist during a dinner date earlier this month. “I mean, it hasn’t been formally announced yet because they don’t want to, like, rile everyone up.”
Cole noted that some of the plan has been talked about publicly, but not “on CNN or Fox or MSNBC or anything,” adding that it would be a “gradual” process.
“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,” he said.
Cole explained that the yearly boosters are necessary because the efficacy of the vaccines wear off over time. “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 stressed that this will be mandated “for everyone.”
Cole also brazenly discussed the corrupt relationship between the FDA, and vested interests like the pharmaceutical companies, who pay the government “millions of dollars a year” to make sure their products get approved.
“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.
The FDA exec appeared to admit that mandating the risky COVID vaccines for toddlers is a flawed proposition.
“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.”
When asked what his concern is, Cole replied, “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.”
O’Keefe pointed out that “the FDA was scheduled to meet this week to discuss approval the Pfizer vaccine for children as young as six months old. 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.”
Cole explained that an Emergency Use Authorization allows the FDA to overlook the concerns of mandating potentially dangerous vaccines on children.
When asked if the FDA would approve the emergency use authorization of the experimental vaccines for toddlers, Cole replied: “They’re all approved under an emergency just because it’s not as impactful as some of the other approvals.” He added that the “efficacy data” for experimental vaccines “doesn’t have to be as high.” He explained that “the standard for Emergency Use Authorization is that it does more benefit than harm.”
That standard has been challenged by numerous doctors—like Peter McCullough, and Robert Malone—who insist the benefit does not outweigh the harm for most healthy people.
Nevertheless, when asked how he knows annual vaccines for toddlers will be approved, Cole answered, “just from everything I’ve heard, they’re not going to not approve it.”
He went on to admit that “there’s always a chance for long term effects, especially with someone younger.”
Following the release of the bombshell video, 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.”
On Steve Bannon’s War Room Pandemic podcast Wednesday morning, O’Keefe said that he reached out to Cole for reaction, and the FDA exec said he does in fact work on the executive approvals of the vaccines—that he does work on the emergency approval.”
“What James has given us is sort of a first-person front row account of what those of us who do this for a living know is the status quo,” said Dr. Malone, also a guest on Bannon’s show, Wednesday. “What we have is an agency that has been completely distorted by the huge amounts of capital that await all their employees once they leave the agency.”
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Debra Heine reports for American Greatness.
Photo “Christopher Cole” by Project Veritas.