by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 29, 2021) — Dr. Robert W. Malone, key innovator of mRNA therapy technology, announced Wednesday afternoon on his Substack that Twitter has “permanently” banned him from the platform.
Substack posts are automatically circulated by email to subscribers, whether at the free level or paid, once they are published.
Earlier in the day, Malone tweeted a link leading to a video produced by a group of Canadian physicians who have determined, based on data, “that Pfizer’s COVID-19 inoculations cause more illness than they prevent. Plus, an overview of the Pfizer trial flaws in both design and execution.”
Along with that tweet, Malone contended, “You have been lied to, again and again and again” (paraphrased).
mRNA technology was used to produce the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, while Johnson & Johnson utilized “viral vector” technology in its product.
Earlier this year Malone became a vocal opponent to the strategy of blanket vaccination against COVID-19 as data entered in VAERS showed risks of myocarditis, particularly in young people, and other debilitating conditions attributed to the vaccines. He stridently opposes vaccinating children, who he says have virtually no risk of dying from COVID-19 if they are healthy.
A Hong Kong study recently showed that myocarditis occurs in 1 of 2,690 young males administered the Pfizer “Comirnaty” vaccine, which is not yet available in the United States. “Many pediatric cardiologists including my colleague and friend Dr. Kirk Milhoan, MD, PhD (MD board certified in pediatric cardiology, PhD. in vascular inflammation) assert that there is no such thing as ‘mild’ myocarditis in children,” Malone wrote in response. “Myocarditis causes heart damage. Heart damage is for life – the heart does not heal by replacing damaged cells. It scars. Scars in the heart can lead to changes in electrical conduction in heart muscle, which in turn can result in ‘sudden death’ due to changes in heart beat regularity and muscular contraction of the heart. These events may happen at any time, particularly when the heart is stressed in some way.”
Malone has described his own severe reaction to a second dose of Moderna vaccine.
Since late last year, the vaccines were highly touted, to the exclusion of therapeutics, as the solution to the worldwide pandemic spawned by China with funding from a subsidiary of the National Institutes of Health, the National Institutes of Allergy & Infectious Disease (NIAID), headed since 1984 by Dr. Anthony S. Fauci.
Despite the apparent waning of the vaccines’ efficacy, Fauci continues to advocate for “Universal Coronavirus Vaccines.” After assuming his post at NAIAD, Fauci was determined to see developed a vaccine for AIDS, an epidemic of that era, although his quest was unsuccessful. Fauci did, however, promote the use of AZT for AIDS and others deemed to be possibly at risk despite known toxicity issues with the drug.
In an interview with The New American in early November, Malone labeled Fauci, who he has met and who has changed his position on numerous key strategies to combat COVID-19, as dishonest.
A follower reacting to Twitter’s suspension of Malone wrote, referring to George Orwell’s “1984“:
Twitter confirmed its suspension of Malone with, “Twitter suspends accounts which violate the Twitter Rules. Learn more.”
Malone began his latest Substack post with:
We all knew it would happen eventually.
Today it did. Over a half million followers gone in a blink of an eye. That means I must have been on the mark, so to speak. Over the target. It also means we lost a critical component in our fight to stop these vaccines being mandated for children and to stop the corruption in our governments, as well as the medical-industrial complex and pharmaceutical industries.
So, please spread the word – share this on your own twitter feed or whatever social media venue you wish.
Following that, Malone provided links to venues through which his writings can be read. He concluded the post with:
Tomorrow I am on the Joe Rogan show (I don’t know when it will air, probably tomorrow maybe)? Please spread the word that you can see me there next!
Two weeks ago Rogan’s podcast featuring Dr. Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH became a flashpoint of discussion not only on Twitter, but in mainstream media outlets seeking to discredit McCullough’s criticism of the vaccine program and the federal agencies promoting it.
McCullough has said the vaccine program has caused too many injuries and deaths to remain in place and that it should have been “shut down” in January, shortly after its launch.
Reuters not only “fact-checked” McCullough’s interview with Rogan, but also, according to Malone in a newsletter Wednesday morning, targeted him for “fact-checking,” to which he said he was amassing all of his references to support claims he has made about the vaccines.
Twitter is one of many social-media platforms seeking to squelch all discussion of any “negatives” associated with the vaccines. Four months ago, it suspended independent journalist Alex Berenson, claiming he was issuing false statements.
Last week Berenson sued Twitter, claiming that verified reporting shows his assertions made before the suspension were accurate.