Dr. Robert Malone recently took to his Substack account to share the details of his COVID jab injury he sustained earlier in 2021, which in his subsequent research having also learned that various “Moderna batches” of the jab have been causing much of the jab injuries.
In his post to Substack, Dr. Malone admitted that he’s never considered himself to be an “anti-vax” individual, pointing to how he’s spent a majority of his career working with vaccines. Noting his work in the aforementioned field, he was aware “that some vaccines are ‘hot,’ and are less safe” for some of the more dangerous viruses “like Ebola or Yellow fever.”
However, Dr. Malone said he was like many others during the onset of the COVID jab rollout, seeing how the “government assured us that these vaccines were very safe” and felt no reason to distrust those repeated assertions in early 2021.
Considering that Dr. Malone had planned for foreign travel and murmurs were circulating at the time that “the European Union was going to require full vaccination before entering any EU country by summer,” he opted to take the jab in April of 2021.
“Be that as it may, in April 2021, I got vaccinated. It was early enough in the cycle that I had no choice but to take the Moderna vaccine, as that was available in my area. The vaccine was distributed at a local college, with the Army Reserves administering the program.”
According to Dr. Malone, the first jab he’d receive in the schedule “was fine,” citing that there were no adverse effects. Yet, when it came time for his second jab in the schedule, Dr. Malone said it “almost did me in. As in, I almost died.”
After the second shot, Dr. Malone reportedly suffered “the usual fatigue” but then progressed worse, starting with muscle aches, palpitations, and shortness of breath. A couple of days after his second shot, Dr. Malone just had happened to have an already-scheduled appointment with his physician – where he learned he was also dealing with blood pressure issues.
“She cuffed me, and my systolic blood pressure was through the roof. As she is also a cardiologist, she had more tests run, started me on high blood pressure meds and we got it under control. I kind of feel like I owe her my life.”
Following the immense COVID jab injury, Dr. Malone became aware of a website called “How Bad is My Batch,” where users can cross-reference their COVID jab batch code to the database that catalogues the number of jab injuries and deaths stemming from each batch of the COVID jab.
When Dr. Malone entered the batch code from his first COVID jab, he found that the “first injection had almost no significant adverse events associated with it,” but the second dose – which resulted in his jab injury – reportedly resulted in 742 adverse reactions, 8 deaths, 16 disabilities, and 13 life-threatening illnesses.
“Now, I don’t know how many doses are in each batch. But I do know my batch was most definitely in the top 5%. So, not really a surprise in retrospect that I had such a serious adverse event profile.”
Dr. Malone expressed harsh criticism toward the government, as they “had this data way back when in the VAERs system -even last summer” yet wasn’t publishing this data through official outlets like the CDC or FDA.
“People have the right to be given informed consent of risks and benefits of a medical procedure. Informed consent is not given if the risks are hidden.”
Red Voice Media would like to make a point of clarification on why we do not refer to any shot related to COVID-19 as a “vaccine.” According to the CDC, the definition of a vaccine necessitates that said vaccine have a lasting effect of at least one year in preventing the contraction of the virus or disease it’s intended to fight. Because all of the COVID-19 shots thus far available have barely offered six months of protection, and even then not absolute, Red Voice Media has made the decision hereafter to no longer refer to the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson substances as vaccinations.