Nashville, TN — “There’s a position where you can judge the value of a society and its values by how it treats its children. Our treatment of our children has been atrocious,” said Dr. Robert Malone, one of the inventors of mRNA technology used in the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 jabs.
Malone spoke to Candace Owens this week for her Daily Wire show and told her the evidence is clear that the COVID shots represent a health risk to children. He said the range for young men being hospitalized for myocarditis from the shots is between 1-in-2,000 to 1-in-3,000, and the risk of major damage to kids from the shots is between 1-in-1,000 and 1-in-3,000
One of the stories Malone mentioned was that of Ohio 13-year-old Maddie de Garay who, 12 at the time, was a part of Pfizer’s trial. She was paralyzed less than 24 hours after her second shot and may become permanently a quadriplegic. Pfizer simply described her reaction as “abdominal pain,” and both Pfizer and the government refuse to listen nor help de Garay out.
The Liberty Loft has extensively reported on the risk of myocarditis and other adverse events, for kids and adults, linked to the shots. Military whistleblowers have reported staggering increases in adverse reactions from the shots, including a 1,000% rise in neurological issues, 300% increase in cancer.
While speaking about the way society treats kids, let’s not forget the unborn children. Steve Kirsch reported on research showing a “huge increase” in spontaneous abortions after pregnant mothers take the jab. Abortion has been widely used in research related to COVID-19 treatments, and our government has long purchased “fresh never frozen” baby body parts for research.
Beyond the “vaccines,” speech therapists are reporting a 364% increase in toddlers and babies being referred due to masking.
Pfizer is now seeking Emergency Use Authorization from the Food and Drug Administration to jab kids under 5 years old, and stopping that shot from being mandated is the hill to die on for Malone.
“There’s one hill I’m going to die on this, and I chose it months ago,” Malone said. “I knew that I wasn’t going to have an impact on stopping the adult mandates and the adult vaccination, but I really felt strongly in doing anything I can to stop particularly mandated vaccines in children.”
Malone’s interview with Owens covered a wide range of issues related to the COVID-era. Regarding the shots, he made clear that he is not an anti-vaxxer noting his three decades working on developing vaccines and his role in creating mRNA technology.
“I love the metaphor, ‘If you give a 3-year-old a hammer, everything becomes a nail,’” Malone said. “And we’ve given the government and these genius scientists, that are so highly educated but so narrowly focused in what they see, some really powerful tech. And they seem to be blind about how to use it properly, and they seem to think that they need to just apply it to everybody, including our kids.”
Malone said the media is actively “nudging” people toward totalitarianism, and “they just keep turning the dial a little bit more, a little bit more.”
Owens described a mass Stockholm Syndrome emerging and the “abusive relationship” between the government and the American people, which Malone agreed.
Malone also discussed Bill Gates noting that he had a history of corrupt practices, and Gates was investigated in the 1990s. After that, Gates changed his image to being a philanthropist.
“He is a monopolist,” Malone said. “He is an excellent monopolist. He built Microsoft on the bones of IBM and everybody else.”
Malone said that Gates has created a monopoly in global responses to diseased. Another monopoly may just be food as Gates recently became the largest owner of American farmland.
Discussing the Defeat the Mandates rally in Washington, D.C. a few weeks ago, Malone noted the importance of optics in protesting the ongoing authoritarianism. He said these were worries that agitators would try to spark hostility at that rally, but that did not happen in part because their message was about peace and love, and ultimately individual liberty.
“If we show any evidence of violence, we will be subjected to strong retaliatory violence,” Malone said. “So, we have to be really cautious in our messaging.”
Malone added: “We have to be openhearted, peaceful. Think Gandhi because we don’t want to trigger them.”
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