‘If it’s not OK for me to be part of the conversation … who can be allowed?’
In the wake of his banishment from Twitter, apparently for countering the government’s accepted COVID-19 narrative, Dr. Robert Malone’s highly anticipated interview with No. 1 podcaster Joe Rogan has been published.
The vaccine inventor who played a crucial role in the development of the mRNA technology behind the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines discussed the social media censorship early in the three-hour discussion on “The Joe Rogan Experience,” published Friday by Spotify.
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A recent interview with another leading critic of COVID vaccines and policies, Dr. Peter McCullough, was Rogan’s biggest ever, drawing more than 40 million listeners to date.
Rogan – after hearing Malone’s prominent role in vaccine development and distribution over the past 30 years, including his personal relationship with Dr. Anthony Fauci – observed that Twitter banned on Wednesday “one of the most qualified people in the world to talk about vaccines.”
Malone said he’s been contacted by lawyers who are looking at filing a lawsuit against the Big Tech giant.
“If it’s not OK for me to be part of the conversation, even though I’m pointing out scientific facts that may be inconvenient, who can be allowed?” Malone asked.
He mentioned the critics who call him a liar for his claim that he is the inventor of the mRNA technology used in the vaccines, “despite the patents” in his name.
“No one can dispute that I played a major role in this tech,” he said. “And virtually all other voices that have that background have financial conflicts of interest.
“I think I’m the only one that doesn’t,” Malone added. “I’m not getting any money out of this.”
Hear Malone talk about Big Tech censorship:
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. pic.twitter.com/uJiny7449r
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Malone, who had more than half a million Twitter followers, told WND on Wednesday he had been permanently banned from the platform with no explanation.
“There is another example of the active, globally coordinated campaign to silence all dissent or discussion about the mismanagement of the COVID-19 outbreak, safety of the gene therapy-based vaccines, and the malfeasance of Pfizer, FDA, CDC, NIH and influential academics and academic journal editors in this matter,” he wrote in an email to WND.