An update with Drs. Brooke Miller, MD and Robert Malone, MD

Dr. Brooke Miller (00:04):

Good evening. My name is Brooke Miller and I’m the former immediate past President of the United States Cattlemen’s Association. I’m here with Robert Malone, Dr. Robert Malone, who has been so gracious to have a discussion tonight on mRNA in livestock. Robert was originally going to be on our panel at the United States Cattlemen’s Association annual meeting in Fort Worth, Texas, but he got called out of town and has to be in London. So he’s so gracious to be here tonight with me and we’re going to have a discussion. Just a little background on Robert, I’ve known Robert and his wife, Jill, for over two years now. We’ve become great friends and close allies. He has been a freedom fighter and a fighter for medical freedom since day one. He is a very accomplished individual. He has done a lot of research on mRNA technology and is credited by most as being the original inventor of mRNA technology.

So I thought he would be a great person to add his insight to mRNA technology and livestock. And Robert also has an agricultural background. He and his wife, Jill, have a horse farm here in Madison County, Virginia, and I’m proud to announce that he is a brand new member of the United States Cattlemen’s Association. So with that, I’ll introduce Robert Malone, my good friend. And we’re just going to have a discussion on mRNA technology and livestock and just some of the science behind it and some of the concerns that we have about using this technology in food animals.

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