The emails between CDC and other government officials were obtained by Judicial Watch, a conservative and non-partisan organization advocating for more transparency in government.
The emails began in early Aug. 2021 between CDC officials and their counterparts in the FDA. The CDC wanted the FDA to authorize the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 boosters despite clinical trial data showing that the vaccines were not working as well as initially proclaimed. (Related: High risk, NO reward: CDC officially includes COVID-19 vaccine in its recommended immunization schedule for kids despite proven DANGERS.)
One conversation, described by now former FDA Deputy Chief for Vaccines Dr. Phil Krause, involved the CDC "hoping" that the FDA will approve emergency use authorization for a third dose of the vaccine for immunocompromised individuals.
Krause was talking to Dr. Doran Fink, who works for the FDA's Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, charged with evaluating the COVID-19 booster vaccines. Fink noted that "providers are losing confidence in FDA/CDC to do the right thing for their patients."
Less than two weeks later, the FDA authorized boosters for certain groups of people, including immunocompromised individuals.
The agency claimed it gave its approval after "a thorough review of the available data" concluded that immunocompromised individuals "may benefit" from a booster. But the emails reveal that the only data the FDA cited were from two independent studies and not from any of the actual clinical trial data.
When the FDA authorized the boosters, then-Acting Commissioner Dr. Janet Woodcock claimed at the time that individuals who are fully vaccinated are already "adequately protected" and do not need any additional doses.
This view would change just weeks later, thanks to CDC intervention when Woodcock and CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky signed a joint statement claiming that vaccine protection was waning and that everyone needed boosters "to maximize vaccine-induced protection and prolong its durability."
Both the FDA and the CDC would later authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 booster vaccine for most other Americans, followed by Moderna's and Johnson & Johnson's boosters.
Krause would later resign from his position in the CDC over his opposition to the booster vaccine strategy.
Dr. Marion Gruber, who resigned from the FDA at the same time as Krause, noted in earlier emails that he was also concerned about pressure to authorize the vaccines coming from Big Pharma companies like Pfizer.
"We need to be given time to consider their data and cannot be pushed by these companies and, for that matter, the administration, who try to impose timeless [sic] that make no sense," wrote Gruber.
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