Democrats pushing to deliberately infect Americans with coronavirus to speed medical experiments for vaccines

Democrats pushing to deliberately infect Americans with coronavirus to speed medical experiments for vaccines
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(Natural News) A cohort of largely Democrat politicians is calling on the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to deliberately infect Americans with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in order to fast-track the development of a new vaccine.

Dubbed a “challenge trial,” several hundred young, healthy volunteers would be purposely exposed to the virus after receiving either a test or a placebo, the goal being to assess whether or not the test vaccine works as expected. This would allow a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine to hit the market much sooner than normal.

Led by Representatives Bill Foster (D-Ill.) and Donna Shalala (D-Fla.), the latter being a former secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the initiative aims to bypass the traditional clinical trial process and fast-track approval for a new for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

“Our situation in this pandemic is analogous to war, in which there is a long tradition of volunteers risking their health and lives on dangerous missions for which they understand the risks and are willing to do so in order to help save the lives of others,” their letter to the FDA reads.

This is certainly music to the ears of eugenicist Bill Gates, who has repeatedly stated that Americans will not be allowed to go back to work or live anything remotely resembling a normal life until a for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) becomes commercially available.

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Wait, isn’t a challenge trial “unethical” because it deprives some candidates of a “life-saving” vaccine?

The idea of conducting a challenge trial such as this has also been endorsed by Stanley Plotkin, a vaccinologist who played a critical role in the development of the first for rubella.

In an article published in the journal , Plotkin, along with bioethicist Arthur Caplan, attempted to make the argument that it takes too darn long to develop a the normal way, and that regulators need to speed up the process so Big Pharma can rake in the cash more quickly.

The traditional trial process, they explain, “normally takes months to years, during which [coronavirus] will infect and possibly kill millions.” They further contend that “[a]cceleration of that standard process is necessary.”

So what we are seeing here is the industry using key assets in the field of medicine to push the notion that the normal clinical trial process for vaccine approval is outdated and ineffective. Instead, we need to get vaccines out the door much more quickly, they insist.

The irony of a challenge trial, of course, is that it constitutes the very thing safety advocates have been pushing for years: to test new vaccine candidates against actual placebos rather than against other vaccines.

We have long been told that such tests would be “unethical” because they would deprive some participants of “life-saving vaccines.” And yet, now that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is here and the vaccine industry is chomping at the bit to gain approval for a new vaccine, it is suddenly no big deal to test experimental injections on unwitting participants using actual placebo vaccines.

“We should move the risk benefit optimization a little in favor of more rapid and riskier vaccine approval,” argues Marc Lipsitch, a professor of epidemiology at Harvard University. Even if it is just “a month earlier,” he says, “then there will be tens of thousands of people whose lives have been saved.”

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