Dr. Robert Malone, who invented the messenger RNA technology that was used to make the Pfizer and Moderna shots, is speaking out this week to say that “fundamentally evil” COVID-19 policies are harming children.

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Though Malone says he is not “right-wing,” he is still speaking out against COVID-19 jabs and policies.

“My wife and I are Central Coast Californians by birth and youth, and we actually come from slightly center-left on the political spectrum,” he told WND. “But I’ve got to say, what we’ve observed live the last two years has completely changed our point of view on politics in the United States. And the thing is, I’m seeing that all across the country.”

As for why he is speaking out now, Malone said, “It’s because I’m bloody well pissed off. It’s not right, it’s not fair, it’s hurting people, it is breaking the rules, left and right, people are lying continuously, they’re manipulating data. It’s shocking.”

Malone is particularly disturbed by the government inserting itself into affairs of the family with lockdowns and school shutdowns, which he says are causing damage that is “deep and profound and will last for decades.”

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“Evil can sometimes be intentional, and sometimes it’s unintentional, but right now what we’re seeing happening with our children is fundamentally evil,” he warned. “It’s just a question in my mind to what extent it’s been intentional. And I hope it hasn’t been.”

Malone also said that he has talked to many African Americans and others who are traditionally liberal “who are really not happy with what’s happening at all.”

“I’m pretty sure what I’m seeing is a major political realignment starting to grow in the United States, and really worldwide, and it’s like a wakeup call,” he explained, adding this is about the rights of the individual and the fundamental freedom of speech that this country was founded on.

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“This is scrambling politics,” Malone said of the pandemic, before predicting a “major sea change in the 2022 midterms.”

Last month, Malone joined The Unity Project as the organization’s chief medical and regulatory officer.

“Dr. Malone is a brilliant and esteemed expert in virology, immunology and molecular biology,” said Laura Sextro, CEO of The Unity Project, according to PR Newswire. “He is also a courageous and honest leader whose understanding of mRNA technology is unmatched and whose scientific integrity and lifelong commitment to bioethical principals will help guide The Unity Project’s mission to oppose the proposed forced vaccination of school-aged children in California.”

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