See Drs. Robert Malone, Ryan Cole explain why kids shouldn't get COVID shot

When Washington state’s Board of Health proposed making COVID-19 shots mandatory for public schoolchildren, a local non-profit invited two of the most prominent critics of the vaccines in the scientific community to the Puget Sound area to present their concern to parents, school board members, lawmakers and others.

Dr. Robert Malone, the original inventor of the mRNA technology platform behind the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, and Idaho pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole were featured in four sold-out sessions, Sunday and Monday, attended by a total of about 2,000 people. WND News Editor Art Moore was one of two interviewers, along with Rachel Cole Harter, who was fired from her position with a pharmaceutical company because she chose not to be vaccinated for COVID-19.

Malone and Cole, in a conversational format in which they spoke as parents as well as scientists, address the key issues of whether or not the vaccines are safe and effective, presenting the latest scientific data and studies.

Cole has been speaking out about the startling uptick in incidences of clotting, auto-immune diseases and cancers he has seen in his lab since the launch of the vaccine campaign, including in testimony in a hearing hosted last month by Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis. in the nation’s capital. In the panel in Gig Harbor, Washington, he describes, with emotion, the human impact connected to the slides under his microscopes.

“Just like you, I have children, and many of you have grandchildren, ” he said. “And when I saw the things that weren’t adding up, I couldn’t keep quiet.”

Malone talks about the implications of the New York Times report this week citing CDC officials who admit they withheld crucial COVID data because they feared critics would misinterpret and mishandle it, fostering vaccine hesitancy.

The 90-minute-plus seminar was hosted by Gig Harbor-based One Washington. The non-profit assisted some 30,000 people in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Hawaii last fall who sought to obtain exemptions to COVID vaccine mandates to avoid being fired.

See Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Ryan Cole talk about vaccine mandates for schoolchildren:

EDITOR’S NOTE: Last year, America’s doctors, nurses and paramedics were celebrated as frontline heroes battling a fearsome new pandemic. Today, under Joe Biden, tens of thousands of these same heroes are denounced as rebels, conspiracy theorists, extremists and potential terrorists. Along with massive numbers of police, firemen, Border Patrol agents, Navy SEALs, pilots, air-traffic controllers, and countless other truly essential Americans, they’re all considered so dangerous as to merit termination, their professional and personal lives turned upside down due to their decision not to be injected with the experimental COVID vaccines. Biden’s tyrannical mandate threatens to cripple American society – from law enforcement to airlines to commercial supply chains to hospitals. It’s already happening. But the good news is that huge numbers of “yesterday’s heroes” are now fighting back – bravely and boldly. The whole epic showdown is laid out as never before in the sensational October issue of WND’s monthly Whistleblower magazine, titled “THE GREAT AMERICAN REBELLION: ‘We will not comply!’ COVID-19 power grab ignites bold new era of national defiance.”

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