Robert Malone

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(researcher, COVID-19/Dissident)
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Born1959
NationalityUS
Alma materNorthwestern University, Harvard University, University of California (Davis)
ExposedTrusted News Initiative
Founder ofRNA Vaccine
Interests • Vaccines
• COVID-19/Vaccines
Interest ofJoe Atwill, "Philip Cross"
Inventor of the MRNA vaccine, heavily censored and memory-holed from the Internet after expressing safety concerns about the COVID-19 Vaccines.

Dr Robert W. Malone is the medical researcher who invented the MRNA vaccine and RNA as a drug[1]. He does not believe the "COVID-19 vaccines" are safe.

Education and Career

Robert Malone studied medicine at Northwestern University where he obtained a doctorate in medicine, then specialized in clinical research at Harvard University and specialized in the field of pathologies and virology at University of California, Davis[2]. While still a student nearing the end of his doctorate at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, he was one of the principal authors and one of the driving forces of a study describing for the first time how the expression protein in a foreign cell can be triggered by DNA or RNA packaged in fatty globules (liposomes), at a time while gene therapy was still only a concept.

This study is considered the first scientific publication on the basics of, for example, mRNA vaccines that are rolled out during the Covid-19 operation. The co-authors of the 1989 seminal article were Philip Felgner and Inder Verma. Malone was also part of the team that carried out the first mRNA vaccine experiments.

During his career he had a lot of contact with, or did research for the national security apparatus.[3][4]

June 2021 Dark Horse podcast

Dark Horse podcast - (Brett Weinstein, Robert Malone & Steve Kirsch) - How to save the world, in three easy steps [5]

On June 11, 2021 Malone appeared on the DarkHorse podcast, warning of the potential dangers of COVID-19 gene therapy injections of children.[6]

Malone talked about government's lack of transparency about the risks and forcing people to take these experimental injections in violation of bioethical laws. He also pointed out that significant part of the reasons we have no adequate data on the RMNA-vaccine safety is because the US Food and Drug Administration has deliberately chosen not to require rigorous post-vaccination data collection and analysis.

Videos of his opinions about the COVID-19/Vaccine were quickly removed from YouTube. He was locked out of LinkedIn. Five days after his DarkHorse podcast appearance, Malone's scientific achievements were removed from Wikipedia, and the process of disappearing him from Google started.

On 9th July he was interviewed for the Corona Investigative Committee, where he repeated his position.[7][8]

RNA Vaccine warnings

Dr. Malone warned that the RNA-vaccine risks outweigh the benefits in children, adolescents, and young adults, and that those who have recovered from natural SARS-CoV-2 infection should not get the injection

In a June 24, 2021 interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News[9], Malone said:

I am of the opinion that people have the right to decide whether to accept vaccines or not, especially since these are experimental vaccines … My concern is I know there are risks but we don’t have access to the data … We don’t really have the information we need to make a reasonable decision.

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Malone started receiving death threats after speaking out, prompting this tweet.[10]

Malone regrets getting a COVID-19 vaccine because of safety concerns. He started receiving death threats after speaking out.

Censorship

As late as June 14, 2021, Malone's posts were extensively included in the historical section on Wikipedia's RNA vaccine page. He was listed as a co-developer of a "highly efficient in-vitro and in-vivo RNA transfection system using cationic liposomes" in 1989. On June 16, his name was removed and his services attributed to unnamed researchers at the Salk Institute, the University of California, and the University of Wisconsin.

The Wikipedia article on RnA-vaccines still credited him on June 14,2021[11]
By June 16,2021, his name had been removed[11]

On 20 July, 2021, a Wikipedia search on Robert Malone forwarded to a US sportsman with the same name. An expanded Wikipedia search on Robert W. Malone gave no results.[12], meaning he has been totally removed from the English-language section of the encyclopedia.

A Google search on his name on July 20, 2021 showed that the memory hole process had started. The top results were to several fact checkers, but highly unusual for a prominent person, the search gave no links to Wikipedia, except to the French version of Wikipedia on page 2. The US sportsman Robert Malone did not show in the results.

Screenshot from July 20, 2021, to prove that he actually has a French Wikipedia entry,[13] but the article is presumably not long of this world. A German and Spanish article are also (still) existing as of mid July 2021.[14][15]

At the same time. the Hungarian biochemist Katalin Kariko is suddenly being promoted by the corporate media as the inventor of mRNA vaccines - a convenient choice considering Kariko is the senior vice president of BioNTech, the developer of Pfizer's COVID injection.[11]

A new English Wikipedia page on him was created on 29. July 2021. It fairly drew attention from at least one editor suspected as working for British intelligence services, Philip Cross[16].

He went on The Jimmy Dore Show on 15 September 2021.[17]

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