‘Natural immunity 20 times more protective than vaccines’: mRNA pioneer

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(LifeSiteNews) —  The inventor of mRNA technology has reasserted that natural immunity is much more efficient than COVID-19 jabs at keeping the virus at bay.

Dr. Robert Malone M.D., M.S. told Stephen K. Bannon of Real America’s Voice on Saturday that, according to new data he received, “natural immunity is about 20 times more protective than the vaccine is.”

Malone also told Bannon that he agrees with people who call inoculation with mRNA “gene-therapy.”

“It is gene therapy applied to vaccines,” he confirmed and added that he understood many people’s reluctance to take mRNA jabs.

“I respect their point of view,” Malone said.

“They have a right to be wary about a new technology that’s not well understood.”

Malone explained the key difference between traditional live attenuated vaccines (LAV), such as the ones used against polio, smallpox, and yellow fever, and the various mRNA injections used against COVID-19: spike protein. Live attenuated vaccines are defined as the injection of a killed or weakened organism in order to prevent the disease. These vaccines “express all the proteins of [a given] virus,” he said.

But unlike these vaccines, the COVID-19 jabs, such as the ones manufactured by Pfizer and Moderna, focus on a single spike protein which has been slightly mutated. Malone warned that this technology carries risks of heart inflammation and autoimmune reactions, particularly in young people.

In June 2021, Malone gave several warnings that future autoimmune problems would be caused by the spike proteins within the mRNA injections. He also stated in a podcast (later censored by YouTube) that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was aware that the spike proteins were “biologically active and could travel from the injection site and cause adverse events, and that the spike protein, if biologically active, is very dangerous.”

Bannon gave the mRNA inventor the opportunity to repeat these warnings throughout the show. During the conversation, Malone also criticised the speed with which the mRNA vaccines were created.