The Atlantic Launches Critique of TrialSite Advisory Board Member Dr. Robert Malone Regarding His COVID-19 Vaccine Concerns

The Atlantic Launches Critique of TrialSite Advisory Board Member Dr. Robert Malone Regarding His COVID-19 Vaccine Concerns

Depending on one’s point of view, on August 12, The Atlantic published what could be seen as a profile of, or a hit piece on, Dr. Robert Malone, a key player in early mRNA research in the 1980s and 1990s. Dr. Malone explains his claim for credit in inventing mRNA vaccination on his website. At the outset, we note that this scientist and physician is part of the advisory board for TrialSite News, and we concede that our relationship with him makes us more inclined to trust him. That being said, we are offering our thoughts on this issue as we feel the article represents yet more of the quashing of debate on key elements of the COVID-19 pandemic, its treatments, and its vaccines. The Atlantic article is authored by Tom Bartlett, who, interestingly, has authored a prior piece titled, “Do We Really Need More Controversial Ideas?” This fits with the general attitude of the press that everything the CDC or Pharma players say must be true, but from our view, science is inherently contested and controversial at times. The bedrock assumptions of free speech jurisprudence are that “easy” or popular ideas do not need to be protected; it is in the consideration and resolution of “controversy”...

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