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Dr. Robert Malone Expresses Doubt About the Cost-Benefit Ratio of Vaccinating Seniors
In pre-Covid, pre-vaccine mandate America, the death of a notable public figure would typically prompt coverage from legacy media on the life and times of the deceased. Yet in the wake of Colin Powell’s death yesterday, legacy media has added a new task: churning out near wall to wall coverage to highlight Colin Powell’s comorbidities, most especially his multiple myeloma, lest any citizen contemplate, even for a split second, that Powell’s Pfizer vaccine (which he reportedly took in February) did not in the end prevent his infection with SARS CoV-2. Instead of a logical, non-hysterical discussion on the reality of the waning efficacy of the Covid vaccines – and whether that reality coupled with the vaccines’ safety profiles should alter the public’s cost-benefit assessment of vaccines even among the elderly – the legacy media responded to Powell’s tragic passing as a politician’s press secretary would in full damage control mode: emphasize Powell’s weakened immune system due to cancer, while minimizing the ineffectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine.. Thankfully, outside of most legacy media, a frank, nuanced discussion is happening among doctors and scientists about the ever-evolving safety and efficacy profiles of the Covid vaccines.
Last week Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA vaccines, was so disturbed by new data on vaccine death and injury among seniors that he announced on a podcast, he may have to change his heretofore solid stance that seniors should take the vaccine. The fact that the original inventor of the mRNA vaccine technology, and now a global leader in the fight against Covid regime tyranny, made such a stunning announcement is actually newsworthy. Yet legacy media’s complete failure to report Malone’s comments, while simultaneously doing double time damage control surrounding the passing of fully vaccinated Powell, provides a terrifying window into the danger we are facing: Americans are making life-altering medical decisions based upon the narrow editorial/political agendas of legacy media corporations.
Discussing on The Stew Peters Show last week the flawed logic and ethics behind the push to vaccinate children, Malone reiterated what another medical hero of our time, Dr. Peter, McCullough, has stated time and again: the powers that be want to vaccinate children, not because they are at high risk of Covid disease, but to protect the adults they come into contact with. Malone said such adults have the option to take the vaccine, and if the vaccine is “worth a tinker’s dam” the latter should be protected, and thus the infection status of children should be irrelevant. The ever blunt Peters then pressed Malone, asking, “So is there a benefit to anybody from getting these vaccines?”
In a normal, non-Orwellian media universe, Malone’s stunning response to Peters should have been the main story.
For those who may not be aware, despite unrelenting attacks on his character coming from certain quarters of mainstream media, essentially branding him as the evil grand wizard of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine movement, Malone is a vaccine developer himself and has taken a nuanced position on the Covid-19 vaccines since the rollout began last December. Malone even took the Moderna vaccine in February, the same month Colin Powell took the Pfizer. Data-driven at every point in the public discourse, Malone’s solid position, prior to last week, was that the cost-benefit ratio of taking the Covid-19 vaccines did not merit vaccination for healthy individuals under age 65, because of the risk of post-vaccine adverse events, but that the same data suggested that for the elderly and those with comorbidities, including the morbidly obese, the risks of Covid disease outweighed the risks of an adverse reaction to the vaccines. Hence, Malone’s position was if you’re over 65 or if you have comorbidities, go ahead and consider taking the vaccine. And then came Stew Peters’ question.
In response, Malone stated that the U.S. government data on Covid outcomes for both the vaccinated and unvaccinated is shoddy – either because of deliberate manipulation or sloppy science – and that well-trained, well-equipped data analysts from the private sector are picking up the slack. Such analysts have assembled data points that are, in effect, beginning to strain even Malone’s heretofore solid position that the risk-benefit ratio for the elderly and immunocompromised favors vaccination. Citing the exhaustive data from VAERS and elsewhere compiled by an analytics team led by computer engineering genius, Steve Kirsch, Malone said his position on vaccination for seniors and the immunocompromised “may need to be modified as the data comes in.” While not reversing his previous position favoring vaccination for the over 65s, Malone conceded that the data Kirsch et al. have assembled indicated that, like Covid disease itself, adverse reactions to Covid vaccines are clustered among the elderly. When pressed by Peters if his stance on elderly population vaccination was changing, Malone responded, “I’m being forced into a position unwillingly… but I have to listen to the data, and the data is starting to point towards the risk-benefit ratio, even for those high risk groups may not be supportable, and I have to watch that carefully and modify my message if I’m going to stay true to the data, which is basically my brand.”
Though there is no indication that Colin Powell’s death is any way an adverse reaction to the Covid vaccines, especially given his weakened immune system due to multiple myeloma, a healthy media ecosystem, instead of going into full damage control mode, would zoom out and report on how the original developer of mRNA vaccine technology is reacting to emerging data points on elderly vaccinated populations.
If we are to dissolve the medical tyranny now confronting our nation and the world, it is imperative for citizens and independent journalists to process, daily, what the medical heroes of our time are saying, and encourage those doctors and scientist who are still in the shadows to come forward, while building up communities of material support to aid them.
The full Stew Peters interview with Dr. Robert Malone can be viewed here