Regarding the Ottawa Heart Institute study, can you share the post Dr Malone made referencing their study? According to your link, Ottawa made a math error, so it was not an action based on malice or deception from Ottawa. I suspect others would also like to see how Dr Malone used this precisely in his post. For example, did he later correct the record after Ottawa announced their error? Can we agree that Dr Malone is not responsible for the Ottawa Heart Institute making an error in their study?The problem here is context.
The fact that many thousands of doctors disagree with how the pandemic has been handled has nothing to do with the blatantly, factually false information Dr. Malone has released on his social media. This man is very intelligent, very accomplished, and has done great things throughout his career.
One must separate topics of conversation into separate buckets. Where Dr. Malone did screw up, is posting false information to his many hundreds of thousands of followers that will use this doctor's vitae to push said false information to others.
2 examples of posts Dr. Malone shared, stating vaccine-caused harm/death:
https://www.wane.com/community/heal...s-used-to-link-athlete-deaths-to-covid-shots/ (this kid actually died in 2013, but used as an example for vaccine caused death)
Whether tin foil is your look or not, this man screwed up and his credentials are solid enough to convince gullible individuals and/or conspiracy theorists that this patently false information is instead true. It causes incredible public harm in the midst of a global pandemic.
If these companies want to enforce "COVID misinformation" policies for this guy, have at it. He was an ***** for being such the intelligent man he is, not fact checking his own content before sharing.
Of course covid has been mishandled, everyone on earth can agree with that. Don't use that to try and defend morons who spread links to articles claiming things that have ALREADY been retracted/debunked.