Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the mNRA technology used in multiple coronavirus vaccines, met with Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson and raised major reservations about vaccinating children under the age of 18. He also chastised the CDC for telling people about the minimal risks of vaccination when there is still insufficient and poorly managed data to back up their assertions.
Dr. Malone is the creator of the mNRA technology used in COVID vaccinations from Pfizer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, and has been called “the single most competent person on planet Earth” to talk about vaccine safety by Tucker Carlson.
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The doctor, who has worked in a variety of professions, gave a YouTube interview in which he highlighted his concerns about the hazards of experimental coronavirus vaccines. Unfortunately, YouTube filtered and removed his video.
Carlson opened his lecture by questioning why universities are now requiring students to be vaccinated in order to attend classes, despite the fact that the vaccination has been linked to heart inflammation in young individuals (myocarditis).
There was also news last week of a 13-year-old child who died three days after receiving the Pfizer vaccine.
“Young folks in their prime are being pushed to take the vaccination because Tony Fauci said so,” Carlson added, citing a Norwegian research that found that of 100 senior persons who died in geriatrics, 10 died directly from COVID vaccines and another 26 most certainly died as a result of COVID vaccines.
Dr. Malone was questioned if he had any reservations regarding the safety of CCVID vaccinations and what he thought about vaccination in youngsters under the age of 18 by the presenter.
“One of my concerns is that the government is not being open and honest with us about the hazards that we face. As a result, I believe that people have the freedom to choose whether or not to embrace vaccines, especially because they are experimental.
“In terms of clinical research ethics, this is a fundamental entitlement. As a result, my fear stems from the fact that I am aware of the dangers. But we don’t have access to the data, and the data hasn’t been gathered rigorously enough for us to appropriately assess those risks – and thus… we don’t have the knowledge we need to make a sensible decision,” the doctor continued.
The largest issue, according to Dr. Malone, is that the requisite studies to determine the risk-benefit of vaccines are not being conducted, particularly in the under-18 age group.
Nonetheless, “in that population, the advantages definitely do not outweigh the risks,” the physician stated.
He said, “I can state that the risk-benefit ratio for kids 18 and under does not justify immunizations, and there’s a fairly good likelihood that it doesn’t justify vaccination in these very young adults.”
Tucker finds it difficult to believe that anyone in government is advocating mass vaccination in a country the size of the United States without the confidence that should come from data that does not exist.
Dr. Malone stated that the CDC has structural issues, that the databases are not well-assembled, and that the data is not being examined properly.
According to his medical colleagues, the CDC is overburdened and processing data that does not meet the threshold required to draw conclusions and make recommendations to the government.
Dr. Malone invented mRNA technique in 1988 while working at the Salk Institute, according to his website. Despite the fact that this technology has been around for a long time, it has never been employed on such a large scale as it is now in coronavirus vaccines, which is why they are called experimental.
Furthermore, all vaccines now in use have an emergency use permission, which means they have not yet been approved by regulatory agencies because they have not gone through all of the required safety procedures to establish adverse effects.
Despite this, experimental vaccines against the CCP Virus have resulted in more deaths in the first three months than in the previous ten years, according to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) statistics.