FROM LIFESITE NEWS
Despite skyrocketing reports of deaths and side effects from COVID vaccines, the ‘secretive’ government panel meant to protect Big Pharma from lawsuits and pay for deaths and illness hasn’t paid anyone yet.
A U.S. government compensation program that would provide payouts to people who have been injured or lost loved ones from experimental COVID vaccines includes a board with an unknown number of anonymous members who have not awarded a penny to a single victim among hundreds of applicants to date.
Currently, 869 people are awaiting decisions from the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP), which was set up to compensate people who have been injured by fast-tracked and experimental “countermeasures,” including vaccines and other drugs.
Because pharmaceutical companies have immunity from lawsuits, CICP exists to offer payouts for lost wages and medical expenses from vaccine injuries. But the program has paid meager handouts to a handful of applicants among hundreds in the past 10 years and has not adjudicated even one COVID vaccine decision to date.
“It’s a lousy program,” said Peter Meyers, professor of law emeritus at the George Washington University Law School and former director of the school’s Vaccine Injury Litigation Clinic. “It’s a secretive, opaque program whereby some unknown officials within the Department of Health and Human Services will make decisions; we don’t know how many people are adjudicating, who they are, or what the process is.”