Amy Kelly: How Withholding the Pfizer Trial Documents Denied Us Informed Consent
Amy Kelly spoke with Dr. Manon Bolliger about the Pfizer Documents Analysis Project, how she became involved, and the joy and honor of working with all of the volunteers. Dr. Bolliger and Ms. Kelly discussed the effects of mRNA Covid vaccines on pregnant women and babies, Pfizer’s biodistribution study done during the trial that showed vaccine ingredients traveling throughout the body and collecting and organs, how the Pfizer EUA was approved using only 0.4% of the clinical trial participants, Pfizer‘s protocol deviations, and the impact of mandates and lockdowns on society. They also talked about how to move forward given all the Covid vaccines information now available.
Amy Kelly is the COO of DailyClout and the Program Director for the War Room/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Analysis Project. She oversees the approximately 3,250 volunteers who are reviewing, analyzing, and reporting on the court-ordered, FDA-released Pfizer documents, as well as overseeing the approximately 350 volunteer attorneys who are identifying legal actions to be taken based on findings from the Pfizer documents. Additionally, she does research and provides answers to the public’s questions about adverse events found in the documents.
Ms. Kelly has over 20 years of experience as a Project Manager. Additionally, she is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, certified in change management methodology, and has experience as a Business Analyst, Product Manager, and Strategist. Prior to working at DailyClout, she worked primarily in the telecommunications, transportation, and medical devices industries. Outside of work, she volunteers for education-related causes and in county political organizations.
Ms. Kelly earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, graduating summa cum laude and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, from a liberal arts college in the Southeast.