Robert Malone, MD on the Availability of Comirnaty

Robert Malone, MD on the Availability of Comirnaty

[Comirnaty] is absolutely not available. So the little trick that they have done here, is [the U.S. Food and Drug Administration] issued two separate letters for two separate vaccines. The Pfizer vaccine, which is what currently available is still under Emergency Use Authorization…

The product that’s licensed [by the FDA] is the BioNTech product, which is substantially similar but not necessarily identical. It’s called Comirnaty. And it’s not yet available. They haven’t started manufacturing it or labeling it.

— Robert Malone, MD, inventor of the mRNA technology used in the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna/NIAID COVID biologics

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9 Responses to "Robert Malone, MD on the Availability of Comirnaty"

  1. Uncle Ron   September 13, 2021 at 3:35 pm

    I’m not a vaxx supporter, but this should be clarified. Dr Malone walked back that comment soon after making it. He recognized that the FDA said that since the Comirnaty vaxx and the Pfizer vaxx are the same, the Pfizer vaxx effectively received FDA approval and can be given as FDA approved; the new vaxx bottles will be renamed Comirnaty.

  2. Uncle Ron   September 13, 2021 at 4:39 pm

    To be fair, Malone walked back this comment, as reported in the Washington Post:

    Malone quickly conceded his statement on the Bannon show was wrong. “When one is doing rapid analysis on the fly, one does not always get everything right,” he told The Fact Checker. “On this particular legal liability issue I did not hunt down the details myself, and relied on comments from a third party lawyer which were not fully correct.” He said the statements we received from Pfizer and HHS “are consistent with my current understanding.”

  3. Dennis   September 13, 2021 at 4:50 pm

    So how could they approve a vaccine that is not produced?

    • JennyMurdock   September 14, 2021 at 7:31 pm

      The same way they can make a “vaccine” for a “virus” they never even isolated.

  4. ZZOOO   September 15, 2021 at 1:27 am

    No liability is the big difference. It is like buying a car without a warranty.

  5. Shada   September 15, 2021 at 11:09 pm

    Listen to the commercials on radio and TV, they only state “Good News!! A (Not THE PFIZER) Covid 19 Vaccine has been approved!” If the Pfizer was approved they would be bragging like hell! Also go to the Pfizer website, Pfizer Vaccine is not FDA approved. Comirnaty is FDA approved, same formula with ***distinct differences** in the footnotes. Comirnaty is not available.

  6. Shada   September 15, 2021 at 11:27 pm

    I didn’t finish my comment, sorry ….They are tricking us into thinking Pfizer is approved and it is ok for the Government and Business’ to mandate it. Legally, the Pfizer-Biontech Covid -19 Vaccine (BNT162B20) is NOT FDA approved! Don’t fall for it!

  7. Shada   September 15, 2021 at 11:39 pm


  8. Nick Dixon   September 16, 2021 at 12:39 pm

    “which is substantially similar but not necessarily identical.”
    My understanding is that the formulations are the same, however as Comirnaty has not yet been packaged or labeled, changes may still be made. Of course if changes are made, then FDA review should be required.

    But still, the Comirnaty approval includes requirements for additional studies, AND, the vaccines are legally different. And, imho, it’s perfectly reasonable to consider Pfizer’s willingness to accept liability for adverse reactions when deciding whether or not to get the vaccine.


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