On a recent taping of the Laura Ingraham show on Fox News, the host had on the inventor of the mRNA vaccine platform, Dr. Robert Malone. Being an outspoken voice against the Biden administration’s attempts to force the COVID-19 jab on the American people and children, Malone has received a great deal of backlash for speaking out against the hysteria surrounding the pandemic. Dr. Malone ultimately became headline news when he appeared on Joe Rogan’s podcast to talk about COVID-19, treatments, and the agendas being presented today. But while the doctor has been censored and criticized, he continues to speak out even when author Alex Berenson tried to discredit him.
In the video, which is featured below, Dr. Malone was supposed to speak on the pandemic, the drugs available, and the truth being silenced, but instead, another guest, author of the book “Pandemia,” decided to take some shots at the doctor’s history and claims that he invented the mRNA vaccine.
While Berenson bashed the doctor, even suggesting he embellished the story of inventing the mRNA vaccine, Malone sat there quietly until it was his turn to speak. And in just a few sentences, he completely derailed the entire smear campaign.
As for what brought Malone to the interview, a recent letter was signed by 270 scientists calling for Spotify to remove the podcast. They wrote:
“On Dec. 31, 2021, the Joe Rogan Experience (JRE), a Spotify-exclusive podcast, uploaded a highly controversial episode featuring guest Dr. Robert Malone (#1757). The episode has been criticized for promoting baseless conspiracy theories and the JRE has a concerning history of broadcasting misinformation, particularly regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. By allowing the propagation of false and societally harmful assertions, Spotify is enabling its hosted media to damage public trust in scientific research and sow doubt in the credibility of data-driven guidance offered by medical professionals. JRE #1757 is not the only transgression to occur on the Spotify platform, but a relevant example of the platform’s failure to mitigate the damage it is causing.”
Although 270 signatures is a lot, Dr. Malone revealed that the organization for which he serves as president has over 16,000 signatures. And as for the attack from Berenson, Dr. Malone shared his thoughts after the show, writing, “Based on his baseless attacks on me on the Laura Ingraham show tonight (claiming I am not the original inventor and Ivermectin does not work), I think that Alex Berenson is likely to be controlled opposition. Fox News apologized to me for that, they had no idea he was going to pull that stunt.”
Dr. Malone went on to add, “As many are now aware, Mr. Alex Berenson decided to use a Fox/ Laura Ingraham show segment to launch an unprovoked ad homonym attack on me as committing “clearly a large exaggeration” by referring to myself as “the inventor of the mRNA technology” or by asserting that “Ivermectin has been proven to work”. In his critique, Mr. Berenson – a former NYTimes journalist without any formal medical training, assumes a self-anointed position as speaker on behalf of “those of us who are trying to raise questions about the vaccine”.
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