According to a Yahoo news report from June, Doctor Robert Malone – the man who invented the mRNA technology used in some coronavirus vaccines – had one of his videos deleted by YouTube for ‘medical misinformation,’ after sharing his concerns on the vaccines in a podcast.
After the deletion of his video, Malone clarified that he was not discouraging the use of the vaccine but was providing people with as much fair information as he could about their risks.
“This is a fundamental right having to do with clinical research ethics,” he said. “And so, my concern is that I know that there are risks. But we don’t have access to the data, and the data haven’t been captured rigorously enough so that we can accurately assess those risks — and therefore … we don’t really have the information that we need to make a reasonable decision.”
Malone also said in early July that his LinkedIn account was restored after it was shut down in late June when he raised concerns about the potential risks of the COVID-19 vaccines for some groups. LinkedIn labeled his claims as “misleading” before shutting him down.
Dr. Drew Weissman is more commonly credited with laying the groundwork for mRNA vaccines, but in 1989, Malone published a paper titled “Cationic liposome-mediated RNA transfection.” Many researchers say that Malone’s research was an important scientific breakthrough, but that he wasn’t the sole “inventor,” and instead it was through the ‘work of many’ that the technology came about.
As vaccine adverse reactions and deaths surge, while the efficacy of the jabs plummet, Dr Malone has been sounding the alarm about the vaccines he helped create.
In one post on Twitter, Malone talked about the calculation based on scientific data when it comes to children being vaccinated with the experimental mRNA technology.
“Based on Pfizer hospitalizations, the Pfizer vaccine is 3.5 times more likely to cause a 12 to 17-year-olds to be hospitalized than the CDC predicts it will prevent hospitalization from the disease itself. For 12 to 17-year-old females, the Pfizer vaccine is 4.5 times more likely to cause hospitalization than the CDC predicts to prevent it, by similar calculations,” Dr Malone wrote.
“12 to 17-year-old males are only 16% more likely to die from COVID than the vaccine. Females aged 12 to 17 years old are 72% more likely to die from their vaccine than COVID itself.”
Dr. Robert Malone also made an alarming admission on Twitter recently, claiming that an “experienced journalist” told him his life was in danger for speaking publicly about the risks that come with taking the mRNA jab.
“So, I hope that this is hyperbole and an over-reaction, but last night an experienced journalist told me that I need to get security because I was at risk of being assassinated,” Malone wrote.
“I do not know how to even begin to think about this. I am just a middle-class person. Security??!!??”
Users on Twitter supported the idea of paying for protection, but Malone lamented he couldn’t afford private security detail.
Coronavirus vaccines may be widely available by the fall for most U.S. children as young as 6 months, drugmakers say. Some schools may move to mandate the vaccines for children to be able to return to classes without masks.
According to experts, children are half as likely to get COVID-19, and those that do mostly experience mild, almost unnoticeable symptoms, or no symptoms or at all.
Dr Malone’s statements are similar to what the former Pfizer VP, Dr Michael Yeadon, said about vaccinated children in early June.
In a recent appearance, Dr Yeadon spoke about these adverse events, saying that ‘it makes no sense’ to vaccinate children with a vaccine that is statistically ’50 times more likely’ to kill the child than the virus itself.
Immunologists like Dr Byram Bridle have also recently spoken out about newly obtained data showing the accumulation of spike proteins in vital organs of the body, which experts call the likely culprit of the serious blood clotting and other adverse events the CDC’s VAERS system has been reporting.
The latest data released shows that between the end of 2020, and July 9, 2021, a total of 463,457 total adverse events were reported to the CDC’s vaccine adverse event reporting system (VAERS.) These numbers include 10,991 deaths which is an increase of almost 2,000 over the past week. There were 48,385 serious injuries reported during the same time period which is an increase of 7,370 compared with the previous week.
According to the CDC’s vaccine adverse reactions portal, there have been 4,006 deaths following Covid-19 vaccinations reported between June 26 and July 9. During the same time period, the CDC shows 3,114 deaths attributed to Covid-19. That means there have been over 28% more vaccine-related deaths than Covid-related deaths during the two-week period.