My Letter to Robert Malone

As an afterthought, I’m writing this introduction after finishing the letter below, which I emailed to on March 20.  Do I expect to get a personal reply from Malone?  Of course not.  But letters and emails to public figures do get read, if for no other reason than to screen them for threats, and I think there’s an outside chance that a staffer will respond.  Who knows, maybe he or she will apply for the $30,000 prize.  

Never satisfied, I went back to dig some more dirt up on Malone, but I’m done with that.  He will probably always be an enigmatic figure who tells the truth, but just as often twists the truth.  Although he seems to be moving in the right direction of late, and is more ethical than other well-known scumbag vaccine developers like Paul Offit and Peter Hotez, Malone should never be considered a “good guy,” and people should stop being dazzled by impressive terms like “mRNA vaccine platform technology.”  He validates my conviction that, since the premise of vaccination is a falsehood, anyone upholding it and profiting from it must be a liar and schemer to some extent. 

If I get a response, I’ll append it to my letter.

* * *

Dear Dr. Malone:

I am the author of a self-published book, Will Vaccines Be the End of Us?, which I completed in October 2019, after many years of research, and just two months before all of us heard the first news about a Covid pandemic.  I am 100% anti-vaccine.  I think the whole thing has been a disaster from day one, May 14, 1796.  The entire book can be read on my website, on which I offer a reward of $30,000 to anyone who can name one vaccine developer, beginning with Edward Jenner, who wasn’t or isn’t a failure, swindler or psychopath.  I’ll return to that at the end of this letter.

It wasn’t until I was 33 – in January 1987 to be exact – that I learned that there was a dark side to vaccines.  Before then, I neither heard nor read one bad word about them.  Consequently, I got at least fifteen shots from 1981 to 1986, a period when I traveled extensively around Asia, Africa and South America, as a preventive measure for various tropical diseases.  Around 1990, I came to realize that one or more of these jabs provoked a freakish though non-debilitating autoimmune condition which a few years later would indirectly result in tragedy.  I tell that story in detail at the beginning of my book.

On my site I have a page headed “The Covid Vaccine Lowdown Blog” on which I intend to publish this letter as a follow-up to an article I wrote entitled “A Tale of Three Roberts,” the other two being Kennedy and Gallo.  Hopefully, both will be on my site in a few weeks.  My comments about you, and them, are sharply critical but not mean-spirited, though some might take them that way.  When people say or do things that other people think are dishonest, they should expect to be rebuked.  I make it clear that I’m no fan of yours, but neither do I think that you’re truly evil, even a mass murderer, as others do.

I’ve read a good deal of what you’ve written, and listened to many of your talks.  There’s much more, I realize, but I’m familiar with enough of your work to know that we’re very different.  For example, you have a warm relationship with Joe Rogan, whereas I have no use for the guy and his sham of a show, though I did read the transcript of your first podcast with him that made you famous.  Rogan has interviewed four pro-vaxxers that I know of, but to my knowledge not a single anti-vaxxer.  

You brag way too much about your supposed accomplishments.  I don’t care how many papers you’ve published, how many conferences you’ve spoken at, how many interviews you’ve done, how many big shots in the federal bureaucracy you’ve rubbed shoulders with, how many Substack subscribers and Twitter followers you have, and so on.  I think there’s some good in you, but I think there’s even more that’s shady, and the lawsuits you’ve filed against the Breggins and Jane Ruby, as well as lashing out at doctors Peter McCullough and Harvey Risch, show a malevolent streak.  You’re a man who appears to be pulled in different directions.  It seems you fancy yourself not only as a benefactor to humanity, but a sage, an “American Thought Leader” as the Epoch Times characterizes you.  On the other hand you’re compromised, you can’t break loose from a System that’s rotten to the core, but has rewarded you with wealth and prestige, and you can’t tell the whole truth about it even if you openly oppose some of its policies and the people involved.  That’s how I see it.

Let me quote from your website, so anyone reading this has no doubt as to where you stand:

I am a vaccinologist.  I invented the core mRNA vaccine technology platform.  I have spent much of my career working on vaccine development.  I have also had extensive experience in drug repurposing for infectious disease outbreaks.  I am not an antivaxxer in any way, shape or form.  I do think that the childhood schedule for vaccines have [sic] become bloated and too many vaccines are being given to our children at way too young of an age.  The hepatitis B vaccine given at birth is a prime example of the perversion of the childhood vaccine schedule.

I commend you for what you say in the last two sentences, but like Bobby Kennedy you talk the talk but you don’t walk the walk.  Why haven’t you campaigned to eliminate some of these childhood vaccines – or just the hep B vaccination alone, which I agree, is totally perverse?

You have repeatedly emphasized throughout your writings that you are the inventor of mRNA vaccine technology.  Many of your critics have disputed this claim, pointing to two other doctors as the real inventors, but I’ll assume you’re being truthful.  This impresses a lot of people who don’t think to ask questions.  My response is: “So what.”  Let’s get down to brass tacks.  I’d never heard of this method used in standard vaccine production until the highly dangerous Covid-19 jab was rolled out.  All I could find was a vague explanation that it was used in clinical trials.  Was it employed earlier?  If so, in which vaccines?  Name them.  And explain to us how they improved on the old technology.  And even more to the point, why aren’t we talking about getting rid of these vaccines, every one of which is unnecessary and potentially harmful, rather than coming up with new technologies?  I read about this mRNA vaccine business on Wikipedia.  It’s dressed up in so much esoteric terminology that it seems to me a smokescreen to disguise the fact that it’s all a bunch of mad scientist crap.    

The heading of your website reads: “As the original inventor of mRNA and DNA vaccines… I am concerned about how the technology is being developed and implemented.”  Really?  And when were vaccines ever developed and implemented correctly?  This is just one more example of the endless screw-ups and finger-pointing in the history of vaccine development that I came across in my research.  It seems to me that you’re sidestepping the issue that your invention is a scientific abortion that has opened up a Pandora’s Box of horrors for millions or possibly billions of people.    

I have many more reservations about you, but I’ll wind this down by returning to the offer I mentioned in my opening paragraph – a reward of $30,000 to anyone who can show me one vaccine developer who wasn’t a failure, swindler or psychopath.  I think it’s possible that you’re a maniac who has no scruples at all, but I don’t believe that to be the case.  And although you have a track record of playing fast and loose with the truth, I don’t consider you a swindler either.  But I do think you’re a failure, and an abject failure at that.  In all your years working on vaccines, you have absolutely nothing to show for it.  If I’m wrong, please tell me, and if you’re someone else reading this, answer the following question directed at Dr. Malone.  If you can answer it to my satisfaction, I’ll admit my mistake to the world, withdraw from the vaccine controversy, and mail you a check for $30,000.  My question applies only to vaccine development, because I haven’t looked into anything else you’ve worked on.  And I’m putting my question in big, black bold capital letters, so you won’t miss it.



John Massaro