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Thursday on the VSRF Weekly Update: FDA Whistleblower, Dr. David Gortler
Also, we are getting censored on Facebook and Twitter (!) again.
VSRF Weekly Update
Thursday, March 16
7pm Eastern | 4pm Pacific
I am very excited this Thursday to be speaking with Dr. David Gortler, an FDA insider who has spent the last several years raising the alarm about the relationships between the pharmaceutical companies, the media and the Federal Health Agencies. Dr. Gortler also worked extensively on the regulatory framework for Operation Warp Speed. This will be a Q&A show, so we will spend more time than usual on your questions, which you can ask in the comments below, or LIVE on Zoom and Rumble during the broadcast.
Dr. Gortler is a former Yale University professor of pharmacology and biotechnology and a former Pfizer investigational medicine research scientist. While teaching at Yale, he accepted a position as an FDA medical officer and was later appointed senior advisor to the FDA Commissioner for drug safety, science policy and regulatory affairs. In this role, Dr. Gortler was personally in charge of reviewing and approving new drugs, labeling changes based on safety and efficacy findings, and making final FDA regulatory recommendations to the FDA Commissioner. He has also revised official FDA guidance documents based on sanctified scientific findings. Dr. Gortler has approximately two decades of experience in drug development and drug safety epidemiology.
Join us this Thursday and tell a friend.
Today, Facebook took our Covid Litigation Conference advertisement down for review for “unacceptable content” and “vaccine discouragement” even though nowhere in the video does it say vaccine or vaccine injured except in the list of panels. Twitter is also not accepting our promoted ad. Which I find interesting indeed.
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