Protecting drug company share prices.
The Food and Drug Administration have revealed a new programme designed to stop and negative stories about drugs, vaccines, or foods from being shared online.
The FDA has launch the programme with the publishing of a webpage instructing the public how they can help curtail what they claim is the spread of misinformation related to health and medical topics online. This initiative, known as “Rumor Control” invites users to report instances of perceived misinformation on the internet, particularly on social media platforms.
The FDA receives over 75 percent of its funding from pharmaceutical companies. Far from it being an independent regulator, the FDA is more like the marketing arm of big pharma. In 2022 the organisation attempted to cover-up Pfizer's trial data that showed 40% more fatalities in the Covid vaccine group than the placebo's; and over 1400 serious and life changing side effects from the it were seen in the same trials. In a blatant attempt to protect Pfizer, the FDA announced that it would not release the data for 75 years, only overturned by a Federal Judge who demanded they released the papers straight away.
To prevent any more damage to drug company shares, the FDA have created a department called [sic] 'Rumor Control' in which it calls upon the public to report anyone they believe is 'spreading misinformation'. “The growing spread of rumors, misinformation, and disinformation about science, medicine, and the FDA, is putting patients and consumers at risk. We’re here to provide the facts,” the FDA announced.