It’s all about following the science, right? That’s what Dr. Fauci and friends have told us was happening, but the latest video with The Hill’s Kim Iverson details an alleged NIH and CDC effort to discredit the opinions of some medical experts regarding COVID-19.
The latest online attacks regarding Dr. Robert Malone are the most recent example. The mRNA expert was banned from Twitter after questioning the mainstream’s coronavirus narrative. He was then invited onto popular podcaster Joe Rogan’s show only to have the episode removed from YouTube.
From the reaction, the NIH and CDC would appear to make Dr. Malone into an anti-vax monster, but that is far from the truth. Instead, he has taken the vaccines himself and has invested his career into vaccine research.
Some argue Twitter is a private company and can do what it wants with its content. But it’s not just Twitter or YouTube. The character assassination has come from many places simply because his questions and views about the virus do not fit the leftwing narrative of the controlling entities like the CDC.
The host argues Malone may be like Galileo, mistreated in his day only to be discovered correct years into the future. Regardless, the story behind his banishment now needs more attention. You can watch the account now and find out the details from The Hill.