“The truth about Joe Rogan’s controversial guests: ‘Father of mRNA’ Dr Malone pointed out that hospitals get COVID bonuses and said Biden government is ‘out of control’ – while Dr McCullough said US is hypnotized and ‘pandemic is plandemic’“
On 02 February 2022, The Daily Mail published an article authored by Harriet Alexander (“The truth about Joe Rogan’s controversial guests: ‘Father of mRNA’ Dr Malone pointed out that hospitals get COVID bonuses and said Biden government is ‘out of control’ – while Dr McCullough said US is hypnotized and ‘pandemic is plandemic’“)
Author Harriet Alexander self describes as a NY Senior Online Reporter @dailymail. Previously @independent, after 12yrs roaming for @telegraph. Ms. Alexander appears to be a freelance journalist with no formal medical or scientific training, and no prior track record of reporting on scientific or medical issues.
In the title of the article, Ms. Alexander asserts that she and the Daily Mail are representing “The truth about Joe Rogan’s controversial guests”
The text of the article includes numerous falsehoods and disinformation.
Dear Editors, Daily Mail
I am writing to request a public retraction with apology for the numerous false statements made by Harriet Alexander and The Daily Mail. These false statements include the following:
1) “On January 10, more than 250 doctors signed an open letter to Spotify, entitled: ‘A call from the global scientific and medical communities to implement a misinformation policy.’” A minority of these signatories were physicians, and the majority included nurses, trainees, and podcasters. In contrast, the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists (for which I serve as President) has over 17,000 validated signatories of the Physician’s declaration, and all are physicians and medical scientists
“He is a California-born doctor who pioneered mRNA vaccines. He describes himself as a carpenter and farmhand from California, who began to study science and became a pioneer in mRNA vaccine technology.” This is an intentional gross misrepresentation of my qualifications, which are readily available (including the issued mRNA and DNA vaccine patents) at
3) This quote is inaccurate; “’I was the guy that first acquired (hydroxychloroquine) because I had Chinese connections,’ Malone told Rogan.” What I said was that I was the first to acquire the treatment protocol from China. Relating to this, video documentation of the efforts of BARDA Director Dr. Rick Bright and acting FDA director Dr. Janet Woodcock to suppress outpatient access to Hydroxychloroquine .
4) Regarding the activity of both Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, I refer Ms. Alexander to the excellent summary developed by the Attorney General of the State of Nebraska concerning this topic. This recent paper on the use of ivermectin is also useful.
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