Dr. Robert Malone tells WND the damage is 'deep and profound and will last for decades'.
in a wide-ranging video interview with WND, the vaccine researcher who invented the messenger RNA technology behind the Pfizer and Moderna shots explained why he opposes universal vaccination for the COVID-19 virus and why he's been willing to risk the reputation he's cultivated over three decades and weather the scorn of the government and health-care establishment.
Dr. Robert Malone cited the evidence for his concerns about the vaccines, the mandates and policies he believes are causing serious harm, particularly to children, but he also offered insight on his personal journey during the pandemic that has rocked the world.
Unknown to most critics and allies alike, he said in the 80-minute interview, is that he's not "right wing."
"My wife and I are Central Coast Californians by birth and youth, and we actually come from slightly center-left on the political spectrum," he told WND.
"But I've got to say, what we've observed live the last two years has completely changed our point of view on politics in the United States.
"And the thing is, I'm seeing that all across the country."
Malone noted he's been on podcasts with African Americans and others traditionally on the political left "who are really not happy with what's happening at all."
"I'm pretty sure what I'm seeing is a major political realignment starting to grow in the United States, and really worldwide, and it's like a wakeup call."
It's about the rights of the individual and the fundamental freedom of speech upon which the nation was founded, he said.
"This is scrambling politics," said Malone of the pandemic, predicting – while acknowledging such prognostications are outside of his "core competency" – a "major sea change in the 2022 midterms."
'It's hurting people' Malone said the reason he is speaking out, in spite of the considerable personal risks, is simple.
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