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Obama's new FDA regulations are four times longer than the Bible


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(NaturalNews) The guidelines that dictate how the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is to govern the safety and approval of medical devices, pharmaceutical drugs, food additives and more have changed considerably since Barack Obama assumed the office of U.S. president in 2009. The total number of words added to the Federal Register by the administration's FDA is so high, in fact, that they now outnumber those of the Holy Bible by a factor of four.

Since taking office, the Obama regime's FDA has issued 545 new final regulations with a sum total of 2,666 pages. The estimated total word count contained in these regulations clocks in at a staggering 2,666,000, according to data compiled by CNSNews.com. This is more than four times the number of words printed in the original Gutenberg Bible, which contains only 646,128 words.

From a page count perspective, the changes made to the FDA's governing authority since Obama took office are more than double the number of pages found in the Holy Bible. Moreover, this represents only the number of pages included in final FDA rules, meaning there are many more pages and words included in proposed rules, notices, interim rules, corrections and drafts of final rules.

"666" numerology present in total page, word count of Obama's FDA changes

As you'll notice, the two figures presented by CNSNews.com for page and word counts of FDA final rules as issued under the Obama regime both contain the number "666," a creepy coincidence marking the numerological designation of the antichrist referenced in the Christian faith. At the same time, the Obama administration likely isn't finished making changes to FDA rules, which will bring the official word count even higher.

"The FDA regulations, to date, have 586 times as many words as the U.S. Constitution, which has 4,543 words, including the signatures," explains CNSNews.com. "[T]he FDA regs also have 1,828 times as many words as the Declaration of Independence, which has 1,458 words including the signatures.

Obama's FDA has approved dozens upon dozens of new drugs and additives for use in animals and humans

A query of FDA final rules published in the Federal Register between January 20, 2009, and the present reveals a plethora of agency approvals for new drugs and additives that are now allowed to be used in both animal feed and human food. One of these is roxarsone, a pharmaceutical drug manufactured by Pfizer that contains inorganic arsenic. According to the Federal Register, roxarsone was approved as a "medicated feed" for growing turkeys.

Another FDA final rule published during Obama's reign approved the use of a similar drug for animals known as ractopamine, which is manufactured by Elanco, a subsidiary of Eli Lilly. The beta-agonist drug, as we covered back in 2014, is banned in 160 countries and considered unfit for human consumption, and yet it's being fed to pigs and poultry.

"In livestock, the use of ractopamine has produced more sick pigs than any other approved pharmaceutical," wrote Thomas Henry. "FDA records show that it has caused more than 218,000 reported adverse reactions in pigs since it was introduced on the market."

Dozens upon dozens of new drugs, many for livestock animals later consumed by humans, have been approved by the FDA since Obama took office. The agency has also approved a whole slew of new drugs and additives for use directly in humans. Take a look for yourself at the 28 pages worth of FDA final rules that have been published in the Federal Register since Obama was inaugurated.

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