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IPFS News Link • Vaccines and Vaccinations

Regarding the Recent NYT Article Concerning Myself #1

• By Robert W Malone MD, MS

This will the the first of two stubstack articles that I will be sending out today regarding the NYT article recently authored by Davey Alba. Ms. Alba, previously from Buzz Feed News, apparently has left the New York Times to work for Bloomberg, but previously the NYT described her desk and portfolio as "technology reporter covering disinformation and all of its tentacles". Wish we had known that before we let her into our home and spent two days being interviewed by her. Lesson learned. So much for Mattias Desmit's advice that we need to try to engage with all sides.

For the record, sticking to the facts, as most of you know I have never claimed to have invented the SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccines. In fact, I have very actively distanced myself from them. I have claimed to have invented the core technology platform. That claim is supported by patent disclosures from the late 1980s, nine issued US patents in which I am a named inventor, and highly cited peer-reviewed publications.

Here are the quotes upon which author Alba (who has unusually precise information concerning the current status of Dr. Michael Callahan's employment status with the CIA) based her statements:

The idea that he is the inventor of mRNA vaccines is "a totally false claim," Dr. Gyula Acsadi told me, a coauthor of your 1990 paper showing that injecting RNA into muscle could produce proteins. He also said that none of the other authors on the paper would claim that they invented the vaccine.

Dr. Alastair McAlpine told me that the coronavirus vaccines are "the result of hundreds of scientists all over the world." He said that the vaccines are not the result of one pioneering individual.