Dr. Robert Malone Confirms Possibility of Having Genetic Markers After Taking mRNA Vaccines

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November 15, 2023News Clips

At a field hearing on “Injuries Caused by the COVID-19 Vaccines” led by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Nov. 13, Rep. Warren Davidson (R-Ohio) asked physician and biochemist Dr. Robert Malone if taking mRNA vaccines could leave a persistent marker in the body.

Dr. Malone confirmed the possibility and said that the markers could be used to identify people who have different political views from the authorities.

“I acknowledge that we don’t have open transparency and full disclosure about all the contents of these products that are being administered to your constituents, and so it’s technically possible there are things there, which might be used at some future time to identify those that are compliant versus non-compliant,” Dr. Malone said.

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