COVID, Ivermectin, And ‘Mass Formation Psychosis’: Dr. Robert Malone Gives Blistering Interview To Joe Rogan


mRNA inventor Dr. Robert Malone gave a fascinating interview to Joe Rogan which aired on New Year’s Eve.

If you’ve got three hours to spare, we recommend you watch the entire thing (cliffs notes here):

Malone, an expert in mRNA vaccine technologies who trained at UC Davis, UCSD and the Salk Institute, was suspended by Twitter with no explanation on Thursday. It appears he’s preparing to sue, as Alex Berenson is currently doing.

Dr. Malone discusses his suspension from both LinkedIn and Twitter for the crime of promoting “vaccine hesitancy.”

He argues that if the risks are not discussed, informed consent is not possible.

“Informed consent is not only not happening, it’s being actively blocked.”— The Vigilant Fox (@VigilantFox) December 31, 2021

Joe Rogan questions big tech for censoring “one of the most qualified people in the world to talk about vaccines”Dr. Robert Malone.

Dr. Robert Malone responds to big tech censoring him.— Mythinformed MKE (@MythinformedMKE) December 31, 2021

Twitter is in no position to judge Dr. Malone. If he, as inventor of mRNA vaccine technology, is concerned, we should all be. If Big Tech and Big Pharma have another perspective, they’re free to voice it. But censorship of whistleblowing experts must not stand. #RestoreMaloneNow— Bret Weinstein (@BretWeinstein) December 31, 2021

The suspension came after Malone was vilified by a hit piece in The Atlantic which was funded by Facebook and Johnson & Johnson.

“Three days before this thing came out, the journalist – he previously publishes on ‘woke’ issues on the topic of higher education. He’s clearly hired. And they explicitly say the article was funded by the Robert Boyd Johnson foundation and the Zuckerberg-Chan initiative.

He was totally obsessed. ‘Robert, why are you saying these things? You must have some financial incentive. There must be some reason you’re doing this‘ – and I told him repeatedly, ‘because it’s the right thing to do.’

I think I’m the only one who has been involved deeply in the development of this tech, that doesn’t have a financial stake in it. For me, the reason is, because what’s happening is not right. It’s destroying my profession. It’s destroying the practice of medicine worldwide … I’m a vaccinologist. I spent 30 years developing vaccines. A stupid amount of education learning how to do it, and what the rules are. And for me, I’m personally offended watching my discipline get destroyed for no good reason at all except, apparently, financial incentives, and – I dunno – political ass-covering?” -Robert Malone

Dr. Robert Malone provides Joe Rogan the details behind the Atlantic attack article that Facebook and Johnson & Johnson funded.

As a creator of the mRNA tech, why is he speaking out? Dr. Malone responds: “Because it’s the right thing to do”.

Transcript of Joe Rogan Interviewing Dr. Robert Malone:

Mike Adams- What Dr. Robert Malone could NOT tell Joe Rogan:

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