Dr. Malone Shares the Terrifying 'Risk' Dems Are Taking with Their 'Universal Vaccination Strategy'

from Western Journal,

Throwing a vaccine at the coronavirus in hopes it will do some good might have serious implications for public health down the road, one prominent American virologist said Monday. Dr. Robert Malone is described in some headlines as a “vaccine skeptic,” but he sums it up on his website in different words: “My mission is to ensure vaccine safety, make sure that children are protected, stop and/or limit the vaccine mandates, to identify and teach about lifesaving treatments for COVID-19 and other pandemics. My goal is to save lives.” Malone was among the speakers at a Monday panel discussion convened by Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and titled, “COVID-19: A Second Opinion.”

“We are truly blessed, as I said back before Christmas, that omicron has such low risk for severe disease and death. However, it’s got a warning sign,” he said.

As the virus mutates, which is basic to the behavior of all viruses, it will get stronger in the face of adapting to vaccines, he warned.

“If we continue to pursue this universal vaccination strategy in the face of the pandemic, particularly with omicron now — a much more highly infectious, highly replication-competent virus — what we risk is driving the virus through basic evolution to a state where it may be more pathogenic and more able to elude immune response,” he said. Malone said his goal was not to spread fear, but awareness. “In sum — I don’t wish to scare; we have had enough fear-porn — but if we continue to pursue universal vaccination, the high probability is that what we will continue to see is the evolution of additional escaped mutants that are increasingly infectious and may well become more pathogenic,” he said.

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