Inventor of mRNA Vaccine Warns of Dangers 'Make the Virus More Dangerous'

Dr. Robert Malone, M.D., M.S., a renowned physician, recently spoke publicly on the topic of vaccines. Throughout the course of his career, he has been recognized for his accomplishments in the medical field.

Dr. Malone is credited with the discovery of RNA transfection. He also invented mRNA vaccines. The doctor recently appeared with Steve Bannon on Bannon's show The War Room.

Dr. Robert Malone released new data about the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. He reported that the individuals who have been vaccinated with these vaccines are at a greater risk of getting COVID than non-vaccinated people. The show aired on Wednesday of last week.

The data was alarming. It showed that the vaccines could contribute to several serious conditions in some vaccinated people. The highly problematic conditions include enhanced respiratory disease, acute lung injury, monocytic infiltration, an excess of eosinophils in the respiratory tract, and the development of type 2 T helper cell-dependent mechanisms.

On June 10, 2021, Dr. Malone joined biologist Bret Weinstein, Ph.D, on the Dark Horse Podcast, where Malone raised numerous safety concerns about the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, both of which use mRNA technology. He warned about future autoimmune issues caused by the spike proteins within the mRNA injections.

Malone also stated that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was aware that the spike proteins were “biologically active and could travel from the injection site and cause adverse events, and that the spike protein, if biologically active, is very dangerous.”

What's even crazier about all of this is that the powers that be are trying to now discredit and erase Dr. Malone. On Wikipedia, Dr. Malone is rightly attributed on the page about RNA vaccines and now when you look at the page, if you look very closely at the bottom, you'll see his name mentioned in the references.

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