Dr. Aseem Malhotra is a British cardiologist with numerous publications and books to his credit. When the pandemic was in full swing, he was one of the first to line up for the mRNA gene therapy shots and to push for others to get theirs too.
But now, after studying available safety and efficacy data closely, he is calling for the shots to be stopped until all the data have been released.
And he's speaking from the heart, literally: In July 2021 his own father, who he said, "was very fit and active and well … suffered an unexplained sudden cardiac arrest." After his father's death, Malhotra started seeing evidence that mRNA shots not only accelerate cardiac disease, but that their efficacy is, "actually very, very poor." In fact, he added, the original data he's seen, "suggested … it was likely to cause more harm than good in most people."
"That's a smoking gun," he said. "The conclusions are very clear, overwhelming, unequivocal evidence that these vaccines need to be suspended, paused pending an inquiry," on them, he said. He's especially concerned about the rates of myocarditis in children and youths after they get an mRNA shot.
Talking to Laura Ingraham on Fox News, Malhotra said, "I'm sure an investigation will reveal this probably should have never been rolled out in the first place."