There has been a lot of vaccine hesitancy talk in the news – and rightfully so. But what’s not okay is the Big Tech censorship of Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA vaccines. He has been banned and censored numerous times on Big Tech platforms, such as YouTube and LinkedIn, for sharing his concerns about the risk of experimental vaccines. Is there anyone more qualified to talk about the COVID-19 vaccine?
Dr. Malone recently shared on Fox News that he was not discouraging the use of vaccines, but was providing people with fair information about the associated risks of COVID-19 vaccines. He said that he was concerned that the government was not being transparent on what the risks are and that people have the right to decide whether to accept a vaccine or not, especially since it is experimental. The vaccine has not been fully approved by the Food & Drug Administration, but instead being administered under Emergency Use Authorization.
“This is a fundamental right having to do with clinical research ethics. 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,” Dr. Malone said.
Dr. Malone also points out how there has been no substantive risk-benefit analysis applied to the vaccines, adding that the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention normally performs it at this stage for vaccines but they aren’t.
Ironically enough, Dr. Malone was inside a DC newsroom about to do an interview on censorship when he posted to Twitter that he’d been locked out of LinkedIn over questioning the vaccine. He wrote that his account had been shut down and that he will have to submit copies of his driver’s license to reactivate his account, adding that COVID-19 is the time of censorship.
LinkedIn emailed Dr. Malone explaining that his account was restricted due to multiple violations of their User Agreement and Professional Community Policies. They accused Dr. Malone of sharing “misleading or inaccurate information” and cited numerous examples of the posts that led to his suspension.
The emails included his claims that the COVID vaccines have not been licensed and remain experimental and that there is a conflict of interest with Reuters, a participant in the “Trusted News Initiative” that has a direct link to Pfizer.
Tech companies have asserted themselves as more informed on vaccines than the most qualified individual to be talking about them. Malone has the right to speak, given his expertise, as more researchers are finding linked cases of heart inflammation and vaccines. Young people are in the prime of their lives and are being forced to take a vaccine that might impose long-term health risks. Malone even said in the case of younger adults that “the benefits probably don’t outweigh the risks.”
More parents have been suing schools over vaccine mandates, with one attorney adding that it is unconstitutional for any institution to mandate the COIVD-19 vaccine to enroll and attend classes.
Peer pressure is never a valid reason for getting vaccinated and it should be based on personal circumstances. The problem is that rational people can’t make informed decisions for themselves and their families because research and medical information is being suppressed. The more people question, the more people are getting censored. Big Tech even attempted to silence the inventor of vaccines. What does that say?