mRNA Vaccine Inventor: I’m Threatened, Risk ‘Being Assassinated’ For Speaking Out Against Experimental COVID Shots

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  • “Last night an experienced journalist told me that I need to get security because I was at risk of being assassinated,” Dr. Robert Malone claims.

The inventor of the mRNA technology currently used in the COVID-19 shots says he was told he may be assassinated for questioning the ethics of launching an experimental vaccine rollout without informing the public about possible risks.

Clinical scientist and researcher Dr. Robert Malone made the alarming admission on Twitter on Sunday, claiming that an “experienced journalist” told him his life was in danger for speaking publicly about the risks that come with taking the mRNA jab.

“So, I hope that this is hyperbole and an over-reaction, but last night an experienced journalist told me that I need to get security because I was at risk of being assassinated,” Malone wrote.

Robert Malone is credited with inventing mRNA technology used in some coronavirus vaccines.

“I do not know how to even begin to think about this. I am just a middle class person. Security??!!??”

Users on Twitter supported the idea of paying for protection, but Malone lamented he couldn’t afford private security detail.

Another user noted that Malone, by being such a prominent voice speaking out against the vaccines, risks stopping the flow of billions of dollars.

“That was precisely his point,” Malone replied, referring to the journalist.

That was precisely his point.— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) July 18, 2021

Malone’s concerns aren’t unwarranted.

Several scientists and individuals linked to COVID-19 research or activism have been murdered or died mysteriously over the last year.

Malone started making headlines after speaking on shows like “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to warn about forced vaccination efforts by governments, especially when adverse reactions from the experimental mRNA gene therapy have been documented.

“[O]ne of my concerns are that the government is not being transparent with us about what those risks are. And so, I am of the opinion that people have the right to decide whether to accept vaccines or not, especially since these are experimental vaccines,” Dr. Malone told Tucker Carlson last month, noting that the vaccines are under Emergency Use Authorization and haven’t yet been formally approved by the FDA.