World-renowned virologist and immunologist Dr. Robert Malone has dropped the hammer on Dr. Anthony Fauci, accusing President Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor of pushing “lies all the time” and having “no integrity.”
Malone is a leading vaccine expert and has known Fauci for decades.
He said he wasn’t surprised by the White House coronavirus adviser’s insistence that people must continue to trust cloth masks.
He said Fauci is pushing the claim despite the growing acknowledgment that the masks don’t stop the spread of the virus.
“It’s Tony. What can I say?” Malone said during an interview this week with Fox News host Laura Ingraham.
“Tony has no integrity.
“He lies all of the time.”
“And me and my peers have been watching this for decades.
“We just shrug our shoulders and shake our heads and say, ‘it’s Fauci.'”
Malone was commenting on a CNN “State of the Union” interview Sunday in which Fauci was asked if “cotton and surgical masks are effective at stopping the spread of omicron.”
“Yeah,” Fauci replied.
“When the CDC said they are effective, in fact, they are.”
Malone continued to explain to Ingraham thar Omicron is it “has a reproductive coefficient.”
“And that is fancy medical epidemiology talk — but it has a reproductive coefficient, which is a measure of infectiveness, it’s in the range of measles, it’s in the 7-10 range,” Malone said.
“We are all going get infected.
“Probably the only ones that won’t some degree of symptoms from this in the United States are going to be the ones that have natural immunity.
“And still a fraction of those are going to get infected.”
Malone was recently booted from Twitter amid claims that he was promoting “misinformation” about the available COVID-19 vaccines — particularly those that utilized the mRNA technology he worked to develop.
He joined Fox News host Laura Ingraham on Monday’s broadcast of “The Ingraham Angle,” who about Malone’s exile from Twitter.
Ingraham noted that far-left Democrat Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) had said over the weekend that Twitter’s efforts to silence “misinformation” — and particularly the platform’s permanent ban of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) — were steps in the right direction but not enough.
“Dr. Malone, where is the country going when an elected official seems to be celebrating a silencing other Americans?” she asked.
“I think you said it,” Malone replied.
“There will be a big turnaround midterm.
“Where the country is going is where Joe Rogan just went, from Twitter to Gettr.
“And what media doesn’t understand is that you can’t suppress information.
“It will find a way to be free.
“And we’re having new — you know, this is an example of the positive aspect of American economy and innovation.
“We’ve had all this suppression and yet we persist …
“People don’t tolerate this type of censorship and propaganda that is being pushed on us.”