Jesus said: “If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you.” (John 15:18).
Looks like the ignorant, malevolent little Katzenjammer Kidz of Twitter are back at it.
This time they’ve banned a biggie, Dr. Robert W. Malone, the medical doyen whose research on the mRNA vaccine has been critical to the development of the vaccines for COVID.
He’s the guy who probably knows more about these vaccines than anyone else.
His banning offense?
Warning about the risks and limits of the mRNA vaccines, based on his bona fide scientific research, which included studies of young athletes who dropped dead of heart failure after taking them, and a suggestion that the vaccines not be given to kids.
According to the Daily Caller:
Malone contributed to the development of mRNA vaccine technology, performing an experiment as a graduate student at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in which he blended strands of mRNA with fat droplets which, when applied to human cells, caused the cells to start producing proteins, Nature reported. Malone hypothesized that this newfound technology could be used to treat illnesses as a drug.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Malone attracted criticism for allegedly spreading misinformation, both on his Twitter account and in public appearances, about mRNA vaccines used to treat COVID-19. Malone’s commentary included questions about the safety of the vaccines for children and young adults.
Recent posts on his blog suggest a link between athletes dying from heart illnesses and vaccination.
5 thoughts on “Twitter ‘Twits’ Ban DR. ROBERT MALONE – Inventor of the mRNA Jab: His Offense? Speaking TRUTH About the Cov19 Genetic Experiment”
I am not surprised. In prayer.
why wont the masses boycott FB, twit, and all the rest? There are alternative sites…gittr, gab etc?
Hi Geri: you have been vaxxed 3 times? First time you have stated that!!
NO WAY!!! I HAVE NEVER BEEN JABBED AND WILL NEVER BE JABBED!!!!!
WHICH PART OF THIS ARTICLE LED YOU TO THINK THAT I HAVE BEEN JABBED???????
I would suggest to you, Marilyn, that you re-read something that shocks you so that you understand the text IN CONTEXT.
In this case (as I always do) I cited the source of the article so that the readers would know from where it came.
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