Controversy erupted over the Nobel Prize awarded Monday for mRNA vaccine development, as critics questioned its safety, highlighted risks identified years ago and alleged Big Pharma corrupted science in its rush to expand commercial applications.
Scientists and doctors critical of COVID-19 vaccines had harsh criticism for the Norwegian Nobel Committee after it awarded the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to a pair of University of Pennsylvania biochemists for their work in developing “effective mRNA vaccines against COVID-19.”
Katalin Karikó, Ph.D., and Drew Weissman, M.D., Ph.D., on Monday were awarded the prize for their “groundbreaking findings … of how mRNA interacts with our immune system [and for contributing] to the unprecedented rate of vaccine development during one of the greatest threats to human health in modern times,” according to the Nobel Committee press release.
“Karikó and Weissman get the Nobel, not for inventing mRNA vaccines (because I did that) but for adding the pseudouridine that allowed unlimited spike toxins to be manufactured in what could have been a safe and effective vaccine platform, if safely developed.”
Malone challenged the integrity of the award, claiming Big Pharma was behind it.
“Pfizer has been campaigning for this since 2020 — at first, they’ve claimed (as did Karikó) that she invented the mRNA vaccine technology,” he said, noting that “Pfizer donates heavily to theKarolinska Institutet, which awards the Nobel.”
“Science has been hijacked again by big pharma,” he concluded.
Dr. Peter McCullough said, “This Nobel decision will not do well over the course of history,” citing the World Council for Health’s pharmacovigilance report of adverse events for the COVID-19 vaccines:
Synthetic mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are neither safe nor effective. Their use globally has resulted in catastrophic injuries, disabilities, and death. This Nobel decision will not do well over the course of history. https://t.co/BHoMlrAYIm
— Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH™ (@P_McCulloughMD) October 2, 2023
Other notable researchers, scientists and organizations also weighed in. Here is a sampling:
Nobel Prize for the greatest medical fraud of the modern era
Just as COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Induced Turbo Cancers are hitting the mainstream, this Nobel Prize seems like one last desperate attempt to resurrect the multi $100 billion mRNA failure!#DiedSuddenly #cdnpoli #ableg https://t.co/bZTTZSNhB9
— William Makis MD (@MakisMD) October 2, 2023