Dr. Malone Speaks Out – Big Mistakes Being Made in Pandemic – ‘More Harm Than Good’

Dr. Robert Malone Speaks out on COVID in a broad and candid interview with The Epoch Times American Thought Leaders segment.

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“Natural Immunity may be better if you are not a high risk candidate”

“Mandates are impractical, unnecessary divisive, authoritative and serve no use on controlling COVID.”

These are just a few of many comments made by mRNA inventor Dr. Robert Malone, who discuss in great detail COVID-19 treatment, vaccine mandates, politically-driven medical policy decisions that have created a plethora of dangerous issues in our attempt to control and mitigate the COVID pandemic.

Dr. Malone is somewhat outspoken for his views, but his knowledge of the COVD-19 virus makes him one of the primary authorities in his field and in his analysis of the missteps he says many are making in treating COVID-19.

Topics include:

– Ivermectin therapy, other therapies for treating Covid patients around the world

– The danger of over-vaccination and how it can promote more dangerous variants and the reality of herd immunity

– Mutant variants 

– Mandates, lockdowns and passports not effective

– Vaccines could promote new variants which can make even the vaccinated sick

– How to treat those really at risk, versus those who are not

– What we learn from other viruses and how we can learn from them

Thank you to the Epoch Times and Thought Leaders host Jan Jekielek

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