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Dr. Robert Malone, M.D., Speaks Out Against Vaccine Mandates In Maui, Hawaii

Oct 18, 2021 | Video

Dr. Robert Malone ended his speech at a large rally and march on Maui, Hawaii by saying: “Let’s go Brandon!”, drawing much applause and chanting from the crowd.
Independent music artist, Jimmy Levy, performed his chart topping #1 hit single “This is a war”.

More than one thousand people gathered at the event on Saturday, October 16th, 2021, promoting freedom of choice, alternate treatments to covid and demanding an end to the vaccine mandates and “health pass”. Other speakers included: Dr. Ryan Cole, Dr. Richard Urso, Steve Kirsch, Abrien Aguirre, Daniel Anthony, Aunty Donna Sterling, Kimberly Kopetseg and musical guests, Sons of Yeshua.

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Leslie Sharp

Leslie Sharp

Leslie Sharp graduated from the British Columbia Institute of Technology in 1979 after studying accounting and business management. After the strain of her son’s long-term illness, she found herself overweight by 120 pounds. At that point, she shifted her focus to fitness training, studying health and wellness from Thomas Edison State. On Jan. 1, 2006, she moved to Honolulu, Hawaii, and achieved her dream of purchasing and operating a Curves franchise. In 2015, she obtained a national health coach certification from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Today, she works at OsteoStrong as a Session Technician where she uses all of her new skills to coach her senior members. During the tainted blood crisis, Sharp served as a board member of the Hepatitis C Society of Canada and was a vocal advocate for the billion-dollar compensation package for its victims. She gave numerous newspaper, television and radio interviews about the crisis and its fallout, and wrote articles that appeared in the Penticton Herald, the Pony Express Magazine and the Canadian Journal of Public Health.

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