The only two white knights on the planet are Malone and Yeadon. Anyone who doesn't support their viewpoint is corrupt; de facto. Illogical.
It‘s far more complicated, also I don’t think they‘re so simple minded as to think that. I very much doubt they have stated their position (it certainly is not mine) as you have done in the sentence that I quoted and highlighted.
They both are in a position financially which makes it relatively easy to speak out, but they are far from the only ‘white knights’ - you just aren’t aware of many others because if they were high profile many have been censored and rubbished and if not they’ve lost their jobs and been shunned by their bosses. I’ve been writing to a Canadian Dr in that position. He also could probably afford to in the short term because his wife is a psychiatrist, but I have resigned from a company when I found out how gash they were when my wife wasn’t working. I did so on a matter of principle.
I suspect a lot of their colleagues might agree with Malone & Yeadon, or at least have some sympathy with them, but maybe not. In any event M & Y will surely be proved to be on the right side of things, or at least not on the wrong side.
You have consistently opposed my questioning posts throughout the Covid event, I think you too will be proven wrong, although I suspect you will never admit it. You will probably say I was not balanced enough, but can’t you see that trying to have nuanced discussion with dogmatic ‘thinkers’ is not possible even with what are normally ‘reasonable‘ people? On the PsiQuest forum, to Ian and Dave and others I’m now a rabid pusher of anti-vax material (and that is not my only flaw) - no discussion about that is possible. I could prove that to you if proof were needed! That’s why I’m now seen as a pariah. My argument is that there definitely ought to be more sceptical discussion about vaccines than there is currently. For gods sake it is now obvious that this is needed!
In any event, things on the other side seem to be unravelling quickly at present, we’ll see what happens when the tide really turns. I hope this brings about a change in that many more will begin to question things and begin to realise that things are not always as they appear. Sometimes questioning is vital.