Media and Big Tech working overtime to censor and discredit Dr. Robert Malone following his viral appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast last week.
The corporate media is working overtime to discredit Mass Formation Psychosis, a theory recently raised by mRNA tech inventor Dr. Robert Malone that has since gone mega-viral.
“‘Mass formation psychosis’ is not an academic term recognized in the field of psychology, nor is there evidence of any such phenomenon occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple experts in crowd psychology have told Reuters.”
"Mass formation psychosis," an unfounded theory spreading online, suggests millions of people have been “hypnotized” into believing mainstream ideas to combat COVID-19. Psychology experts say the concept is not supported by evidence. Get the facts @AP. https://t.co/TT61pPFtwL— AP Fact Check (@APFactCheck) January 8, 2022
Their “fact checks” were amplified by Twitter’s trending section:
Malone first discussed Mass Formation Psychosis on Joe Rogan’s podcast last week, describing it as a theory that helps explain the state of extreme anxiety and irrationality brought on by the COVID pandemic.
“When you have a society that has become decoupled from each other and has free-floating anxiety in a sense that things don’t make sense. We can’t understand it. And then their attention gets focused by a leader or series of events on one small point, just like hypnosis,” Malone said.