By Selwyn Duke
Recently we learned that CNN medical analyst Dr. Leana Wen, who’d previously recommended that unvaccinated Americans not be allowed to leave their homes, had changed her views on masking children because her young son’s language development had been stunted by the practice. Now yet another expert has experienced a change of heart — and his story is far more tragic than Wen’s.
Dr. Aseem Malhotra is a National Health Service-trained consultant cardiologist and bestselling author. The British doctor also was a strong proponent of the Covid genetic therapy agents (GTAs) billed as “vaccines.”
That is, until he lost someone near and dear to him to, he believes, the Pfizer shot.
And now, after researching the GTAs further, he has called their imposition “the greatest miscarriage of medical science that we will see in our lifetime.”
Dr. Malhotra appeared on Fox News’ The Ingraham Angle Wednesday to again sound the alarm and call for the GTA program’s suspension. He also, host Laura Ingraham informed, had a very common experience after issuing his warnings on social media:
Facebook suspended him for three days for not following “community standards.”
The Naked Emperor’s Newsletter (NEN) presented some background on the story September 26, writing that Malhotra “was originally a strong Covid vaccine advocate. He volunteered in a vaccine centre, was one of the first people to be double dosed and appeared on morning television to encourage everyone to get vaccinated. He was surprised and concerned at vaccine-hesitant patients when they asked about ‘anti-vax’ propaganda.”
This concern was expressed on social media, too, as the tweets below evidence.
Vaccines are the safest of ALL drugs. Far safer than any other drug people are taking on a regular including most people over 50 taking at least one prescription. The vaccine safety concerns are totally disproportionate to the reality https://t.co/XI4Stmybug
— Dr Aseem Malhotra (@DrAseemMalhotra) November 25, 2020
'Vaccines have saved millions of lives over the years.'
Director @GurinderC, who was initially hesitant to receive the jab, explains how 'science gave her reassurance' after doing research and talking to Dr Aseem Malhotra.
She says she 'feels safer' now she's had the vaccine. pic.twitter.com/cyMagnkFZ7
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) February 5, 2021
Yet this position would begin to change one fateful day — July 26, 2021 — when his father, Dr. Kailash Chand, OBE, died of sudden cardiac arrest.
Chand was formerly deputy chair of the British Medical Association and its honorary vice president — he’d also taken both doses of the Pfizer GTA six months before his death. He was 73 years old, too, but this doesn’t tell the whole story.
In fact, his “post-mortem findings are what I found particularly shocking and inexplicable,” wrote Malhotra in a peer-reviewed paper in the Journal of Insulin Resistance (JIR). He continued:
Two of his three major arteries had severe blockages: 90% blockage in his left anterior descending artery and a 75% blockage in his right coronary. Given that he was an extremely fit and active 73-year-old man, having walked an average of 10–15000 steps/day during the whole of lockdown, this was a shock to everyone who knew him, but most of all to me. I knew his medical history and lifestyle habits in great detail. My father who had been a keen sportsman all his life, was fitter than the overwhelming majority of men his age. Since the previous heart scans (a few years earlier, which had revealed no significant problems with perfect blood flow throughout his arteries and only mild furring), he had quit sugar, lost belly fat, reduced the dose of his blood pressure pills, started regular meditation, reversed his prediabetes and even massively dropped his blood triglycerides, significantly improving his cholesterol profile.
Put differently, it’s a bit as if you take a classic car in mint condition, and that was found mechanically sound during an expert evaluation, and then leave it in your garage — and upon returning a week later find it a non-functioning wreck. You know something happened beyond the normal aging process.
So “Aseem couldn’t explain the post mortem findings,” the NEN writes, “and became more concerned in November 2021 after reading a peer-reviewed abstract in Circulation Journal. In the study, the mRNA vaccine was associated with significantly increasing the risk of a coronary event within five years from 11% pre-mRNA vaccine to 25% 2-10 weeks post vaccine.”
To make a long story short, Malhotra now calls the Covid fiasco a “pandemic of misinformation.”
“What has become clear with regard to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines is that we have a pandemic of misinformed doctors and a misinformed and unwittingly harmed public,” he writes in the JIR. “Coercively mandating these COVID-19 vaccinations (most certainly not an evidence-based policy) has been a particularly egregious mis-step, especially in the light of clear indicators suggesting that the use of these pharmaceutical interventions — especially in younger age groups — should have been suspended. Such policies continue to undermine the principles of ethical evidence-based medical practice and informed consent….”
What’s more, the program really never should have started. As Malhotra told Laura Ingraham (video below), Pfizer senior executives and scientists must have known about the GTAs’ dangers when they were “being rolled out because they have access to the raw data, which we now know shows significant harm.”
Despite this, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices has voted to advise the CDC to add the GTAs to the current recommended immunization schedule for people of all ages — including children as young as 6 months.
Malhotra’s recent appearance on The Ingraham Angle is below.
It should be pointed out that The New American and other truthful alternative media sources have been reporting on GTA dangers — including the increased heart ailment risk — ever since the drugs were widely administered to the general public. A good example is my June 24, 2021 story about how an inordinate number of teen boys were dying of heart inflammation after getting the GTAs.
As for Malhotra’s change of heart, unlike some people (e.g., Anthony Fauci), he appears well meaning. Nonetheless, a significant point must be grasped: The problem isn’t that the world’s Malhotras were wrong about the GTAs.
It’s that they’re the kind of people who were likely to be wrong about the GTAs.
Unless this becomes a teaching moment and these experts learn the correct lessons, they’ll simply make similar mistakes again in the future. Among those lessons are that you don’t deify the medical establishment, censor contrary voices, or put too much trust in people making billions off a “remedy.” You also must remain humble, which is a prerequisite for wisdom. And wisdom is, as ancient Chinese sage Confucius put it, “when you know something, knowing that you know it; and when you do not know something, knowing that you do not know it.”
No one ever “knew” the GTAs were safe and effective. But plenty of people lied — or were lied to and paved a road to Hell with good intentions.