Why This Doctor Is Risking the Nobel Prize to Speak Out Against Universal COVID-19 Vaccination
In this interview, Malone, who was among the pioneers of mRNA vaccine technology in the late 1980s, recounts his belief that genetic vaccines such as mRNA and viral vector vaccines may risk causing antibody dependant enhancement-where a vaccine causes the production of rogue antibodies, which coming into contact with the virus, act as a Trojan Horse shuttling it, now unchallenged by the immune system, directly into the host cell where it can replicate unhindered.
Malone is not against COVID-19
vaccines. But he is against compulsory and universal vaccination, which he
thinks is potentially dangerous.