Renowned pro-science, anti-mandate medical professionals and scientists from the United States will speak out Sunday, January 23 in Washington, DC, for the “Defeat the Mandates: An American Homecoming” rally in support of individual liberties.
More than 6,000 federal workers are expected to join firefighters, first responders, physicians, and other Americans for the rally and march, the event’s organizers state.
Dr. Robert Malone, internationally recognized scientist/physician and the original inventor of mRNA vaccination as a technology, told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Friday he is “a scientist” who is “committed to medical ethics.”
“Unfortunately, we’ve politicized the situation, and we didn’t need to,” Malone said, adding “now the science is making it clear these vaccines are no longer making sense.”
“They are not effective at blocking the transmission of the virus, they don’t stop you from being infected, they don’t stop you from infecting other people,” he continued. “There’s no reason that mandates should be forcing vaccinations on people.”
Malone emphasized he is not opposed to vaccines in general:
I’m a vaccinologist. I spent 30 years as a scientist and as a physician developing vaccines, including the core technology that gave rise to these mRNA vaccines. But, it’s clear now, the science is settled, and it no longer makes sense to force these vaccines on people.
Carlson asked Malone if it shocks him that so many doctors and scientists have refused “to stand up and state the obvious, that this is unethical, and have, instead, become PR agents for Pfizer.”
“The damage to our entire medical system, as well as HHS credibility, is profound,” Malone asserted. “I think there is going to have to be a reckoning.”
Malone explained to Joe Rogan on January 3, peaceful demonstrators will march from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial.
“So, this is not about being anti-vaccines, it’s about being anti-mandates,” Malone explained, adding:
Our hope is that we bring people together … People from every walk of life, every party, every religion, every ethnic background, Democrat, Republican, vaccinated, unvaccinated. The thing that we can agree on is personal liberty and the right of people to make their own choice. And that’s what this rally is about – to resist these mandates of the vaccine. Whether you believe in it, or don’t believe in it, I hope that you believe in the integrity and freedom of your fellow man and woman to make their own bodily choices.
Malone continued the “Defeat the Mandates” rally in Washington will be part of a “world-wide rally for freedom” in which people from across the globe will participate, including Australia and Europe.
The goal, Malone said, is to end vaccine mandates and passports, vaccinations for healthy children, censorship, and propaganda.
“We believe in the power of natural immunity, we believe and insist on informed consent, and we insist on allowing doctors and patients making decisions, without interference, together,” he asserted.
In addition to Malone, speakers will include Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Del Bigtree, Lara Logan, Dr. Paul Marik, Dr. Pierre Kory, Chris Martenson, Steve Kirsch, Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Christina Parks, and Dr. Paul Alexander.
The event has been organized by the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, Children’s Health Defense, Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance, Global Covid Summit, World Council for Health, and JP Sears.
A press statement by the organizers of the rally emphasized the peaceful nature of the event:
Organizers of the March to Defeat the Mandates wish to express complete support for the legacy and commitment to nonviolent, peaceful protest that Martin Luther King Jr. embodied. Dr. King’s legacy of unity and peace is the essence by which our March was founded. We condemn all organizations and individuals who would use the March as an opportunity to further their own agendas of extremism, intolerance, and violence.
We do not welcome extremist groups on any side that condone racism or bring violence of any kind to the thousands of Americans that will be marching peacefully. We encourage the unity of all people regardless of race, religious background, sexual orientation, or political party behind our mission.
United we stand, in peace we march.
A livestream of the event will be available for viewing at Children’s Health Defense.
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