by Sharon Rondeau

(Jan. 4, 2022) — During the final moments of his three-hour interview with Joe Rogan last Thursday, Dr. Robert W. Malone, inventor of mRNA technology, announced that a January 23 rally in Washington, DC will not only encompass the United States, but all nations around the world who wish to see vaccine mandates and passports outlawed.

Malone’s highly-touted discussion with Rogan on the COVID-19 vaccines’ safety, efficacy, use in children, and mandates emanating from the U.S. government quickly went viral despite Malone’s permanent suspension from Twitter the same day.

On Monday night, Tucker Carlson featured a clip of Malone speaking to Rogan about “mass formation psychosis,” which Google censored in its search results and as Malone captured in one of his recent Substack posts.

Malone is one of a small number of U.S. physicians speaking out about what he sees as the dangers to children from the COVID-19 vaccines, which are relatively unproven given the clinical trials used a very small number of children and have not accurately reflected reported side effects. A case in point is that of Maddie de Garay, who is now 13 years old and suffered paralysis and life-changing gastric disturbance following her second Pfizer injection in 2020.

Malone spoke with Rogan about Maddie’s case and has also met with the grieving father of Ernest Ramirez, Jr., an only child who passed away in April at age 16, five days after receiving his only Pfizer shot.

Malone mentioned to Rogan that he has joined GETTR, founded by former Trump adviser Jason Miller, which Malone said is “committed to not censoring.”

On Sunday, Rogan did the same.

After the show ended, Rogan returned to say Malone had forgotten to mention the January 23 event. “This is not about being anti-vaccines; it’s about being anti-mandates, and our hope is that we bring people together,” Malone began. “People from every walk of life, every party, every religion, every ethnic background…The thing that we can agree on is personal liberty and the right of people to make their own choice…”

“So this is going to be part of a same-day, worldwide rally for freedom that’s going to come across the entire world,” he continued. It will represent “no vaccine passports; no vaccination for healthy children; ‘no’ to censorship…we believe in the power of natural immunity; we believe and insist on informed consent,” Malone further said.

He then thanked Rogan for allowing him the extra time to announce the rally, and the program closed.

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