Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed mRNA and DNA vaccine inventor Dr. Robert Malone to the newsmaker line to talk about his upcoming event on Saturday and to clarify the un-approved use of the Pfizer vaccine.
Leahy: We are delighted to be joined on our newsmaker line now by Dr. Robert Malone. His bio says he’s the inventor of mRNA vaccines and DNA vaccines, a worldwide expert in RNA technologies, a BS degree in biochemistry history from the University of California-Davis, a master’s degree in biology from the University of California at San Diego.
An MD from Northwestern University and spent a year in postdoctoral studies at Harvard Medical School Global Clinical Scholars Research Training program. You are here in Nashville today. You’ve got an event coming up on Saturday.
First, tell us about that event, and then we want to ask you to clarify some confusion about the Pfizer vaccine fully approved, emergency approved, which is which. So, Dr. Malone, tell us what’s going on here in Nashville on Saturday and how can people participate?
Malone: Hey, Mike, we’re actually here. There’s a big bunch of us that have come in, including luminaries like Pierre Corey, Richard Urso, Heather Gesling, Ryan Cole, and Paul Merrick. These are the people that have pioneered early life-saving treatment.
And we’re here just to share our knowledge, debunk the lies and talk about the future. We’ll be on Saturday, December 18th, from nine to four, and at the United Church. 1256 Clear Lake Meadows Road in Gallatin, Tennessee. Tickets are going fast, so you can find information at globalcovidsummit.org/page/nashville.
Leahy: The event will be Saturday? Is that correct?
Malone: Saturday, correct. From nine to four. And there are tickets available. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. And rumor has it there maybe somebody from the music industry that happens to be here in Music City in Nashville.
Leahy: Are his initials J.R.?
Malone: I can’t say. I’m just looking forward to the event.
Leahy: I think I’m kind of warm with that one. Okay, so that will be great. But now help me figure out something that to me is very confusing. We have 10 state-based news sites. We started with The Tennessee Star here, but we have a story in Ohio that caught our interest.
There’s a law in Ohio that prohibits public schools and public institutions of higher education from mandating vaccines that are not fully approved by the FDA. Okay, that law exists.
So we were curious about a version of the Pfizer vaccine called Comirnaty, that’s the label that was approved in August. But they still have this emergency use authorization for a different version of it. How different is it? I don’t know.
Turns out in Ohio, we found out by talking to the hospital system called OhioHealth and by also asking questions of everybody there that OhioHealth is just shipping the emergency version and the version being used at least one school, Ohio University is apparently that emergency version.
Distributing that and requiring that is a violation of Ohio state law. We go to Pfizer and say, well, what are you shipping? They won’t tell us. We go to the Ohio Department of Health. They won’t tell us which version they are shipping. Can you help clarify this for us because it’s very confusing?
Malone: Yes. And you provided me a link to one of these pop-up sites that are labeled science-based medicine that’s trying to debunk this. This is a lie. There is no Cominarty in the United States. Pfizer won’t ship it. And it has to do with their liability.
It’s important to understand that Pfizer will not sell this vaccine to any country that doesn’t provide full and complete liability waivers. Their rules are we won’t give it to you unless you completely waive your right to sue us if you have an adverse event or a bad problem.
And what’s happened here is the FDA split the product. There’s the emergency use authorized Pfizer product and the licensed Comirnaty product. As soon as they market it, they have to start doing certain clinical trials they don’t want to do.
And so what they’ve decided is we’re just not going to ship it to the United States. The Department of Defense is pulling the same bait and switch trick. They’re telling soldiers that they’re injecting them with Cominarty when, in fact, they’re not. They don’t have any Cominarty.
Leahy: How different is the emergency use version from the fully approved Cominarty version of the Pfizer vaccine? Because I don’t know. They say it’s interchangeable.
Malone: The honest answer is we don’t know. And that is a lie what they just said, that they’re interchangeable. I’m a regulatory specialist. The vaccine is not just what’s in the tube. It’s the package insert that discloses adverse events.
It’s the label. It’s everything having to do with it. If they were shipping the licensed Cominarty we would be barraged with Pfizer branded ads like they are in Australia. Pfizer would be marketing directly to us.
It doesn’t. And so what they’re having to do is they go through these third-party tricks, like having a Big Bird’s grandmother try to market to kids on CNN.
They’re doing all that because they’re not shipping the licensed products. So these people are saying that we have Cominarty already available in the United States. It’s just a lie. I don’t know what else to say.
Leahy: Why wouldn’t they just be transparent and state that right upfront?
Malone: Because they want to have these various mandates and the law, for instance, with the soldiers. There’s a law in place after Desert Storm that you cannot inject military personnel with unlicensed vaccines.
And so they had a problem. And I’m sorry this all comes down to, I don’t mean to sound like I’m weighing the scales politically, one way or the other.
Leahy: Ah, go ahead.
Malone: But it’s a strategy that’s been pulled off by the Biden administration to try to pull the wool over everybody’s eyes. We are in a situation in which the executive branch has gone lawless. They are rogue. There were all kinds of stuff that are illegal.
Leahy: Dr. Malone, I look forward to seeing you on Saturday in Gallatin.
For more information and tickets visit globalcovidsummit.org/page/nashville
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