by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 8, 2021) — In Episode 8 of the nine-part video series titled, “COVID Revealed” aired on Tuesday night, Dr. Bryan Ardis made the claim to host Patrick Gentempo that the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) knew in advance that multiple, severe side effects from the COVID-19 vaccines would occur.
Note: The link to “Episode 8” will function only until 9:00 p.m. EST Wednesday, after which it will devolve to Episode 9 upon its release.
The specific discussion begins at approximately 1:24:00.
Ardis, whose father-in-law passed away in the hospital after a battle with pneumonia and other complications which Ardis claims could have been avoided, advocates a nutritional support regimen to both prevent “disease” and to counter what he says are the detrimental elements of the COVID-19 vaccines.
The interview with Gentempo was Ardis’s second in the nine-section documentary, the first of which Ardis indicated was completed in April of this year.
“The date is October 22, 2020, and there’s a division of the FDA called the CBER,” Ardis began. “It’s the Center for Biologics, Experiments and Research [sic].”
CBER’s website states:
CBER is the Center within FDA that regulates biological products for human use under applicable federal laws, including the Public Health Service Act and the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. CBER protects and advances the public health by ensuring that biological products are safe and effective and available to those who need them. CBER also provides the public with information to promote the safe and appropriate use of biological products.
“Their job is to oversee vaccines for the FDA, and the CBER decided to have an internal meeting with all the heads of the FDA in October 2020, which is two months before the COVID-19 shots came out. This whole meeting is to discuss vaccine safety and monitoring for the coming COVID-19 shots. So the CBER division head decides to hold a meeting and provides a 25-slide presentation to the heads of the FDA.”
When Gentempo asked if the information was made public, Ardis responded, “It was on FDA.gov’s website up until about three months ago when they took it down, but I have it,” laughing.
“So I have been pumping it out to all Americans since October 2020 to make sure that everybody knows what the FDA knew were going to be coming serious adverse events from the shots,” Ardis continued.
The FDA evaluated its databases for what would be a “rapid-cycle analysis” every seven days, Ardis said, to determine “which vaccines are safest, which ones are not.”
On “Slide 15,” Ardis said, it was indicated that the database for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) would be used for the analysis.
“And then they get to Slide 16,” Ardis continued, terming it “infamous,” on which “they actually published 22 bullet-pointed serious adverse events to the FDA that they knew were going to start being reported in December when they launched these COVID-19 shots.”
“Those 22 bullet points include deaths, miscarriages, and over 110 different diseases that they knew would be caused by the shots…they also list five blood-clot disorders.”
When Gentempo asked if the FDA “knew about” the adverse reactions beforehand, Ardis replied, “These are the possible serious adverse events to be expected to be reported is what the slide’s title is.”
In searching the FDA’s website under the term “VRBPAC,” The Post & Email located the presentation Ardis referenced, which is titled, “Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee October 22, 2020 Meeting Presentation.”
The document can be found and downloaded here: https://www.fda.gov/media/143557/download
The slide Ardis identified to Gentempo as “Slide 16” appears as Slide 17 in the current 27-page presentation and is titled:
FDA Safety Surveillance of COVID-19 Vaccines :
DRAFT Working list of possible adverse event outcomes
***Subject to change***
At the bottom of what appears as Slide 16 it is stated in red type:
– FDA plans on using CMS data for COVID-19 vaccine RCA – near real time with efforts
Slide 14 indicates that the CMS database “represents the elderly population and not a sample,” the population in question consisting of “approximately 55 million elderly US beneficiaries…”
According to a lawsuit filed in July by America’s Frontline Doctors, several “whistleblowers” have reported that adverse events, including deaths, from the CMS database attributed to COVID-19 injections are severely under-reported in VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System). In a presentation given in the fall, Atty. Thomas Renz, who represents the plaintiffs, appears to have displayed “Slide 16” from the October 22, 2020 VRBPAC meeting as it appears online today.
At approximately 19:24 from the end of Episode 8, Ardis indicates his second interview with Gentempo also occurred in September 2021.