Although the Biden administration and the famed Dr. Anthony Fauci have claimed the miracle COVID-19 drug is safe and should be taken by every person who has been approved, the inventor behind the mRNA technology, Dr. Robert Malone, has been censored, criticized, and even vilified for trying to spread the truth about “the jab.”
While big tech companies like Twitter have opted to silence Dr. Malone for supposedly spreading misinformation, the doctor, accompanied by Dr. Peter Navarro, penned a piece in the Washington Times this week and the title alone says it all.
Titled, “Just say no to Biden and Fauci’s universal vaccination nation,” the pair of doctors appeared on Steve Bannon’s The War Room to speak about the article and what the Biden administration is refusing to talk about when it comes to universal jabs. While Dr. Malone isn’t against the drug, he believed it should “at best” be reserved for at-risk patients.
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The doctors also wrote in the article, “China’s virus has killed millions, undermined the economies of China’s rivals and destabilized Western-style democracies through panicky authoritarian measures such as vaccine passports, economic lockdowns and mask/vaccination mandates. No vaccine exists capable of eradicating the virus comparable to vaccines for diseases like polio and smallpox, and COVID-19 has entered a variety of animal reservoirs. At this point, it cannot be eradicated by any human vaccine.”
And as for the silence from the Biden administration, the doctors noted, “America’s quasi-vaccines are significantly riskier than public health officials have disclosed. They can trigger serious cardiac and thrombotic conditions, menstrual cycle disruptions, Bell’s palsy, Guillain-Barre syndrome and anaphylaxis. Male children appear particularly prone to myocarditis, while, post-vaccination, individuals may have suppressed immunities that make them vulnerable to other diseases.”
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