Dr. Robert W. Malone filed a defamation lawsuit against the Washington post last week.
Dr. Malone, the founder of the mRNA vaccine technology, sued the Washington Post for several statements that were made against him over his statements regarding COVID.
Here is Dr. Malone at the Defeat the Mandates DC Rally in Washington DC.
And here are a few of the alleged defamatory statements from Washington Post against Dr. Malone:
The headline falsely states thatDr. Malone’s claims have been“discredited” and that his views constitute “misinformation”;
“Robert Malone stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial before thousands of anti-vaccine and anti-mandate demonstrators Sunday, [and] the medical doctor and infectious-disease researcher repeated the falsehoods that have garnered him legions of followers”
‘Regarding the genetic covid vaccines, the science is settled,’ [Malone] said in a 15-minute speech that referenced the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and John F. Kennedy. ‘They are not working.’ The misinformation came two days after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its first studies”
Dr. Malone’s “claims and suggestions have been discredited … as not only wrong, but also dangerous”
‘There is a huge market for misinformation … The way he’s framed in the conspiracy-theory world is that he’s a courageous whistleblower rather than someone who is spreading misinformation — and it’s only enhancing his profile’”
While Malone is a brilliant scientist who has a tremendous amount of experience and knowledge about vaccines, “there is reason to be concerned about how his newfound stardom could be a public health risk”
“‘there’s a risk we’re all facing when he’s not accurately representing the information’
“On [the Joe Rogan Experience], he promoted an unfounded theory called ‘mass-formation psychosis,’ telling Rogan that a ‘third of the population [is] basically being hypnotized’ into believing what the mainstream media and Anthony S. Fauci … report on the vaccines”
“‘You have this individual [Dr. Malone] who has all these credentials and this history in the biomedical world, so that looks impressive. And he’s referencing a study that, on the face of it, may look impressive. But you don’t know that the study is fraudulent’ … Malone has ‘weaponized bad research’”
“With his increased profile in recent weeks, some are calling on him to take a step back and reflect on the damage his misinformation is causing”
Here is a copy of the lawsuit.