- WORLD NET DAILY - Art Moore - AUG 19, 2022 -
Paper called him spreader of 'dangerous lies' for stating vaccines don't work
Dr. Robert Malone, a leading critic of the COVID-19 vaccines and an inventor of the mRNA technology platform on which they are based, filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit against the Washington Post on Friday for accusing him of spreading "dangerous lies" and "leading his followers on a journey to illness, suffering and possible death."
In an hour-long video interview Friday with WND (embedded below), Malone explained that many major news outlets, including the New York Times, have cast him in a similar light. But the Post's report Jan. 24 on his speech at the "Defeat the Mandates" rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial was "particularly egregious," he said.
After receiving a cease-and-desist letter from his lawyer, Malone said, the Post "put out another attack article in which they repeated the same defamatory statements."
"So that appears to show malice," he said.
Significantly, Post staff writer Timothy Bella labeled as "misinformation" Malone's statement that the vaccines "are not working," citing studies published by the CDC's sponsored journal as a counterpoint. WND, seeking comment from Bella, received an automatic reply from his email account explaining he is on parental leave until mid-December.
And he analyzed CDC Director Rochelle Walensky's admission this week that her agency failed in its response to the pandemic.
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