Immunologist, mRNA Pioneer Urges Health Experts to Adjust COVID-19 Policies

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  • 03/02/2023

An immunologist who says he invented the mRNA technology used in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines is urging public health officials to “check [their] egos at the door” and change their COVID-19 policies to align with the science. 

Dr. Robert Malone explained on the John Solomon Reports podcast Monday that new COVID-19 variants “are able to bypass, to a significant extent, the protection afforded by the current vaccines,” Just the News reports.

As vaccinated peoples’ immune systems try to fight off the virus, “what that’s going to do is create a setup where once we do have a fully functional viral escape mutant, there will be no barriers to it spreading rapidly through the human population and, basically, completely abrogating any benefits associated with the vaccines,” he warned. 

“What we had been told, that these vaccines are protective, they’re going to protect us, they’re going to prevent us from getting infected, they’re going to prevent us from having virus replicate in our bodies, and they’re going to prevent us from infecting other people, those are not true,” Malone said. “And there has been a variety of statements to the effect that those responsible for these effects, this viral evolution, are the unvaccinated.”

“That’s just not true,” he urged. 

Dr. Anthony Fauci has “two odd, exclusive focuses,” he continued. The first is “only focusing on antivirals when this is a hyperinflammatory disease, and we’ve got a lot of great anti-inflammatories. And the other is the focus on hospitalized, as opposed to early-onset patients, outpatients.” 

Malone, who has experienced censorship himself, said the CDC is censoring people by “using these incredibly powerful new tools to suppress any dissent or discussion.” 

“It’s bizarre,” he said. “It’s rewriting history. It’s rewriting the language in a very Orwellian way, and then applying that punitively in using authoritarian measures.” 

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