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Dr. Robert Malone Goes After The Washington Post


I hope he destroys that leftist rag…

The same guy who owns Amazon owns America’s premier leftist paper—let that sink in for a second. The commies who are supposed to be railing against the mega-corporations are in bed with them, in fact, they take dictation from them…

This makes them fascists in the classic definition of the word, but that is neither here nor there.

According to sources, Dr. Robert Malone has officially filed a lawsuit against the Washington Post for defamation.

In case you missed it, those at the Washington Post essentially chose to die on a hill to protect Pfizer and the reigning Covid orthodoxy by slandering notable doctors, personalities, and actual experts who dissented from the propaganda.

More so than any other paper, they really went hard with the Covid-19 misinformation and wrote egregious hit pieces against Dr. Malone and others.

The irony? Dr. Malone is actually one of the people credited with the invention of mRNA vaccine technology and is considered one of the world’s foremost experts on vaccines…

There was nothing unscientific or discredited about his objections and analysis, In fact, if we follow the mantra of the liberals he was the only one even qualified to talk about vaccine efficacy—trust the experts, right?

Malone is reportedly suing the Post for a whopping $50 million, and I hope he gets every penny.

There was an outpouring of support for Dr. Malone on Twitter:

The Epoch Times explains that 10 statements, in particular, made by the author of the Post piece were defamatory:

Ten of the statements in the article were defamatory, including the statement that Malone’s claims have been “discredited;” that Malone during the speech “repeated the falsehoods that have garnered him legions of followers;” and that Malone’s claims are “not only wrong, but also dangerous,” according to the 19-page suit, filed in federal court in Charlottesville, Virginia.


Here is an excerpt from the original Washington Post hit piece:

Malone, who bills himself as having played a key role in the creation of mRNA vaccines, has emerged as one of the most controversial voices of the movement against coronavirus vaccines and health mandates.

His claims and suggestions have been discredited and denounced by medical professionals as not only wrong, but also dangerous.

Twitter barred him for violating the platform’s coronavirus misinformation policy, but he has found platforms elsewhere — recently appearing on an episode of Joe Rogan’s wildly popular podcast, which averages 11 million listeners per episode.


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