November 13, 2023 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
What’s Wrong with Mandating Tests?
Mandating COVID-19 tests is not about public health but about control, argues Jeffrey A. Tucker. He points out that the tests are not reliable indicators of individual health status and can result in false positives that lead to unnecessary restrictions. Tucker also questions the ethics of forcing individuals to undergo medical procedures against their will.
Special Guest: John Gusty
Growing up, John Gusty saw the rest of his life as a rockstar, playing out on stage with a guitar wrapped around his neck and an audience beckoning him to fame. After 30 years of working in the music industry and seeing his peers rise to the top of big name acts like R.E.M, Nine Inch Nails, Gin Blossoms and U2, John realized his true calling lay behind the curtains. John’s attention turned to alternative health when his wife’s diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis came with zero answers. Using his behind-the-scenes experience in media, he now works to address the most pervasive lies plaguing the health industry and modern media.
The term ‘antimicrobial resistance’ has little meaning to the public and should be renamed, says study
A study suggests that the term ‘antimicrobial resistance’ is not well understood by the public and should be renamed. The researchers argue that a more relatable term could help in better public understanding and engagement on the issue.
Massive Rise in Childhood Leukemia ‘Likely’ Caused by Glyphosate
Glyphosate, a widely used herbicide, is likely contributing to the significant increase in childhood leukemia rates, according to a report by Children’s Health Defense. The article cites studies that have found a correlation between glyphosate exposure and the development of leukemia in children.
Senate passes amendment to ban federal mask mandates on commercial flights and public transit
The U.S. Senate has passed an amendment to ban federal mask mandates on commercial flights and public transit. The move comes as part of a larger effort to roll back COVID-19 restrictions and was met with support from Republicans and opposition from most Democrats.
Texas House approves ban on COVID-19 vaccine mandates by private employers
The Texas House has approved legislation that would ban private employers from mandating COVID-19 vaccines for their employees. Violators could face a fine of up to $50,000. The bill is part of a larger effort to limit vaccine mandates and is expected to go to a conference committee for further discussion.
PFAS chemicals in water and consumer goods linked to rising thyroid cancer rates
Exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) can increase the risk of thyroid cancer, according to a study published in the journal eBioMedicine. The study found a 56% increase in the rate of thyroid cancer diagnosis per doubling of linear PFOS intensity in the entire study population.