Dr. Malone recommended video, “More Harm Than Good”
By Dave Crow, Jan 2, 2022
I assume that most Zero-Sum readers have seen the Joe Rogan interview with Dr. Robert Malone released on December 31, 2021, but I included the video below for your reference. This video has since been banned by Youtube, but I have included the Bitchute version with the warning as a cover image.
It’s worth noting that Dr. Malone started out as a “carpenter and a farmhand in the central coast of California and decided that I wanted to back to school.” I relate to this both personally and professionally. I decided to go to law school, after many years working as a housepainter and sometime carpenter. Here’s a guy who actually worked for a living. That is not to say that he isn’t working now, but from my own experiences as a lawyer, I have noticed that I have a deeper understanding of my clients who live and work in the real world—you know, regular people. I may be projecting, but I always get the sense that Dr. Malone brings this sensibility to his work.
I am not as familiar with Joe Rogan, but I became a fan after this interview. Mr. Rogan was clearly prepared for his talk with Dr. Malone. His depth of understanding of the material informing his questions of Dr. Malone was impressive—stellar.
Of course, a main topic of discussion in the interview was Dr. Malone’s Twitter ban. While Dr. Malone wasn’t sure which of his posts precipitated the ban, he speculated that one possible of the possible candidates could be his recommendation of the attached video, More Harm Than Good.
“The last two that I can think of that went out was one that was on our Substack, in which we referred to a fantastic video that has been put out by the Canadian COVID Care Alliance group that summarizes all the malfeasance and data manipulation, misinterpretations associated with the Pfizer vaccines and their clinical trials. It’s a super video, and of course, that’s — I guess that is interpreted as something that would cause people to become vaccine hesitant. That’s the sin in general is saying things that cause people to become vaccine hesitant.”
“The other thing that I put out immediately before that was a post, a link to a website for the World Economic Forum that lays out their entire strategy for how they manage media, how they’re managing COVID-19, and all of their core messaging. It’s a fascinating website with links. Those are the only two things I can think of that would meet the criteria.”
Per Dr. Malone’s suggestion in his Substack article, “We’re never going to learn about how safe this vaccine is unless we start giving it,” I am sharing the video above.
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