There’s some internal struggle within the NIH regarding COVID-19 jab mandates.
While Fraudci and other top bureaucrats support tyrannical mandates, a top infectious doctor objected to the unscientific measures.
Dr. Matthew Memoli, director of the Laboratory of Infectious Diseases at NIH, will argue against COVID-19 jab mandates during a December 1st seminar, planned by NIH bioethicist David Wendler.
Memoli inserts himself into a fierce debate amongst NIH staff about the appropriateness of COVID-19 jab mandates for schools, businesses, and other venues.
Memoli hasn’t received the experimental COVID-19 injection and sought a religious exemption from the mandate imposed by the federal government.
As the 16-year NIH employee prepares his argument for the live-streamed event, Memoli stated he’s okay losing his job or license.
Get ready for an interesting debate at the NIH roundtable on December 1st.
BREAKING: A Top @NIH Unvaxxed Scientist, Under Dr. #Fauci, Is Willing To Lose His Job & License, To Argue Against Experimental Vaccine Mandates In A Livestreamed Ethics Review Roundtable On December 1st. https://t.co/TZk21FMBtU
— John Basham 🇺🇲 (@JohnBasham) November 10, 2021
Senior NIH Doctor Pushes Back on COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
Dr. Matthew Memoli, is scheduled to argue against COVID-19 vaccine during a Dec. 1 seminar hosted by the agency, according to David Wendler, a senior NIH bioethicist who is planning the seminar. https://t.co/V6XJcES6tD
— Ludicris13 (@Ludicris131) November 10, 2021
REVEALED: It turns out that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was not as unified on the notion of pushing vaccine mandates as it initially seemed. https://t.co/J8iTVGlXqH
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) November 9, 2021
“There’s a lot of debate within the NIH about whether [a vaccine mandate] is appropriate.”
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) November 10, 2021
Leading research doctor at the NIH opposes "vaccine mandates", say they are bad and wrong.https://t.co/Yae1xJySJ1
— Red Collie (@RedCollie1) November 10, 2021
"he supports vac in high-risk groups including obese & the elderly. However, widespread vacs for people who have a low risk of death or severe illness from COVID could hamper the US pop.’s ability to develop more robust protection … via prev. infections"https://t.co/sixUQaREqN
— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) November 10, 2021
The Epoch Times shared details on the internal NIH debate:
Memoli had told Fauci in a July 30 email that he believes “the way we are using the vaccines is wrong,” adding that mandated vaccines are “extraordinarily problematic,” according to the WSJ.
In comments to the paper, Memoli said that he supports COVID-19 vaccination in high-risk groups including obese people and the elderly. However, widespread vaccinations for people who have a low risk of death or severe illness from COVID-19 could hamper the U.S. population’s ability to develop more robust protection against the virus via previous infections, he said.
I’d like to watch the mainstream media attempt to paint Dr. Memoli as an “anti-vaxxer.”
He’s among Fraudci’s top NIH doctors but has common sense rationality about COVID-19 jab mandates.
They’re an immoral policy that violates the U.S. Constitution and the founding principles of this nation.
Even if the COVID-19 jabs had 100% efficacy, it’s unethical to mandate them on anyone.
Since we already know the injections don’t stop viral transmission, the mandates go against science.
The NIH staff who support anti-science COVID-19 jab mandates are control freaks.
Breitbart added info:
Come December 1, the NIH’s main bioethics department will host a live-streamed roundtable session over the ethics and practicality of vaccine mandates. Leading the charge will be Dr. Matthew Memoli, who runs a clinical studies unit within Dr. Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), according to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Memoli, who has served at the NIH for 16 years and recently received an NIH director’s award, both opposes vaccine mandates and has declined the coronavirus vaccine, arguing that they should be reserved for vulnerable, elderly, and obese Americans.
The virtual roundtable is accessible to all 20,000 NIH staff.
It’s also open to patients and the public.
Mark your calendars for December 1st and tune in for this “hot topic” at the NIH.