The guidelines that dictate how the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is to govern the safety and approval of medical devices, pharmaceutical drugs, food additives and more have changed considerably since Barack Obama assumed the office of U.S. president in 2009. The total number of words added to the Federal Register by the administration’s FDA is so high, in fact, that they now outnumber those of the Holy Bible by a factor of four.
Since taking office, the Obama regime’s FDA has issued 545 new final regulations with a sum total of 2,666 pages. The estimated total word count contained in these regulations clocks in at a staggering 2,666,000, according to data compiled by CNSNews.com. This is more than four times the number of words printed in the original Gutenberg Bible, which contains only 646,128 words. FULL REPORT