December 18th, 2020 3-5PM ET
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Nurse faints while talking to press about getting COVID-19 vaccine This is the scary a moment a nurse who had just received the coronavirus vaccine at a Tennessee hospital told reporters she was feeling dizzy and then fainted. Nurse manager Tiffany Dover received the Pfizer-BioNTech jab at CHI Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga on Thursday and was giving a press briefing when she began to trail off, according to WTVC-9. “All of my staff, you know, we are excited to get the vaccine. We are in the COVID unit, so therefore, you know, my team will be getting first chances to get the vaccine,” Dover said. “And I know that it’s really … Sorry, I’m feeling really dizzy,” she continued. One of the doctors behind her caught her as she passed out about 17 minutes after receiving the shot. “It just hit me all of a sudden, I could feel it coming on. I felt a little disoriented, but I feel fine now, and the pain in my arm is gone,” Dover said after recovering. Doctors said the episode was not related to the ingredients in the vaccine. Dover told WTVC-9 she has a condition where she often faints when she feels pain. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also said that fainting may occur after various types of vaccinations and medical procedures – usually due to pain or anxiety.
SHAM SHOT? Hospital accused of FAKING a nurse’s coronavirus vaccine injection on TV after viewers claim syringe didn’t move A HOSPITAL has been accused of supplying a healthcare worker with a fake coronavirus vaccine by TV viewers who said the syringe didn’t move during the jab. Footage showed employees getting vaccinated at the University Medical Center of El Paso in Texas on Tuesday. In the video, a person administers the vaccine on an unnamed healthcare worker who had his sleeve rolled up. But it looks like the person giving the worker the vaccine does not push the syringe plunger – which already appears to be down. “Some eagle-eyed KTSM 9 News viewers wondered if the worker received the vaccine at all,” KTSM wrote, adding that it reached out to the medical center to ask what happened. “A spokesperson maintains that all five health care workers were given full doses of the vaccine; however, the hospital is taking a closer look at our video.” The hospital said in a statement: “After numerous reports emerged on social media claiming one of the five nurses receiving a vaccination on Tuesday did not receive a full dose of vaccine, we want to remove any doubt raised that he was not fully vaccinated and further strengthen confidence in the vaccination process.”
Why it’s crucial that news outlets get it right when covering adverse coronavirus vaccine reactions As the largest vaccination program in American history gets underway, incidents in which some people have allergic reactions will undoubtedly pop up — and that presents a complicated task for newsrooms. On one hand, an adverse reaction to a new vaccine is newsworthy. But on the other hand, news orgs risk saturating coverage with stories about isolated incidents that might give the public the wrong impression about the safety of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and others that eventually receive emergency use approval. This tricky balancing act was brought to the forefront on Wednesday when The New York Times broke news that a healthcare worker in Alaska had suffered an allergic reaction to the Pfizer vaccine (a story that CNN and most major news outlets soon matched). A push alert from NYT added, “It’s unclear if the case has broader safety implications.” The push alert specifically raised eyebrows. “Debate the merits of doing this as a push alert,” tweeted Snapchat’s Peter Hamby.
The FAA is telling pilots not to fly for 48 hours after receiving Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine The second COVID-19 airlift has begun with airlines transporting the vaccine from Pfizer’s manufacturing plant in Michigan to states across the union and beyond. UPS Airlines and FedEx Express planes were tasked with the very first flights as part of a massive logistical endeavor that will hopefully end the pandemic. Passenger airlines are also announcing their first vaccine flights as American Airlines reported flying its first doses on a Boeing 777 aircraft from Chicago to Miami on Sunday night. United Airlines had brought the first doses of the vaccine to the US from Belgium in November after overcoming a major hurdle in transporting Pfizer’s vaccine. The second COVID-19 airlift has begun with airlines transporting the vaccine from Pfizer’s manufacturing plant in Michigan to states across the union and beyond. UPS Airlines and FedEx Express planes were tasked with the very first flights as part of a massive logistical endeavor that will hopefully end the pandemic. Passenger airlines are also announcing their first vaccine flights as American Airlines reported flying its first doses on a Boeing 777 aircraft from Chicago to Miami on Sunday night.
Question of The Day!
I am seeking information regarding nebulizing colloidal silver. In an interview you stated that you would nebulize colloidal silver if you had lung cancer. I am curious if you know of any studies proving the efficacy of such a protocol? Have you had any patients that have nebulized colloidal silver for squamous cell non small cell lung cancer? I have squamous cell non small cell lung cancer and mild COPD and was wondering if I would benefit from nebulizing colloidal silver or if my lungs are capable of handling such a treatment? Any advise you could offer would be greatly appreciated.
Experts: Prioritize COVID-19 vaccine for those with high exposure to PFAS chemicals People with higher levels of toxic, manmade chemicals in their bloodstream should be given priority for a COVID-19 vaccine, scientists who represent the Environmental Working Group said Thursday. This is because these toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl chemicals, or PFAS, which are found in many household cleaning products, pesticides and food packaging, appear to adversely affect the human immune system’s ability to fight infectious diseases, the scientists said. The chemicals also may limit the production of virus-fighting antibodies by the immune system after vaccination, potentially reducing the shot’s effectiveness, according to the scientists. “These chemicals … are everywhere, all over the world,” Linda Birnbaum, former director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and National Toxicology Program, said during a call with reporters Thursday. “Essentially everyone in America has measurable PFAS in their body, and [these chemicals] can cause a plethora of adverse health effects, including in the immune system,” Birnbaum said.
You’re Being Zapped With Dirty Electricity Experts continue to warn of the dangers of 5G, but the dangers of electromagnetic radiation (EMF) exposure go far beyond 5G. Action Alert! As our friends at ANH-International point out, a new consensus statement has been released to reflect the concerns of medical and scientific experts and practitioners around the world on the acute and chronic health effects from EMF. In the statement, more than 3,500 medical doctors call for a moratorium on 5G, wireless smart meters, and other new sources of EMF emissions. This echoes what ANH and others have been saying for some time now. But the truth is that EMF emissions that could be affecting human health are ubiquitous in our environment, most likely including our homes and offices. We’ve written a number of articles over the years detailing the dangers from 5G, the next generation of wireless technology. The concerns are tied to the fact that the deployment of 5G networks necessitate the placement of many “small cell” towers to create a network, since 5G utilizes millimeter wavelengths that are more easily blocked by physical objects like trees and buildings. This will increase our exposure to the EMF emitted from these “small cells,” which has experts around the world concerned about possible human health effects.
Special Guest – Ravi Kulasekere PhD, ND
Dr. Ravi Kulasekere is a graduate from the Trinity ND program, and a board certified holistic health practitioner. He is also a board certified medical physicist, a career that spanned almost 13 years in the field of cancer care. Here he was forced to look into vaccines in 2011 when in his hospital job required him to be vaccinated annually with the flu shot in order to keep his job. While refusing to be vaccinated, in November 2016 he voluntarily left his position as chief medical physicist at the county hospital in Cleveland, and opened his own holistic health practice Do No Pharm Naturopathy LLC in Lakewood, Ohio. Since 2011 he has also been diligently studying the untold science behind vaccines and has been a vocal supporter, both online and offline, of informed consent and the ability to choose to be vaccinated or not. He has provided both written and in-person expert testimony at many state sponsored bills in OH that are aimed at removing vaccine choice and is also actively involved in the health freedom advocacy group, Ohio Advocates for Medical Freedom and Health Freedom Ohio In his spare time, he loves to travel, enjoys gardening, ethnic cooking, astronomy, being active in the vegan community in Cleveland and playing with a toddler and her train set.
FDA Ignores RFK, Jr.’s Pleas for Vaccine Safety Oversight Concerning PEG, Suspected To Cause Anaphylaxis The Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) recently voted to approve Emergency Use Authorization of BioNTech and Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine despite recent reports of anaphylactic reactions among recipients. The vaccine contains polyethylene glycol (PEG) which has been identified as the likely culprit. On September 25, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Children’s Health Defense (CHD) notified FDA Director Steven Hahn, FDA-CBER Director Peter Marks and NIAID Director Anthony Fauci in a letter of the potentially life-threatening anaphylactic potential of PEG. CHD received a response from the FDA on December 2 recommending that the organization contact the manufacturer, thus abdicating their role as regulator and protector of the people. Dr. Fauci has not replied. Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech and Arcturus Therapeutics COVID vaccines all employ an experimental messenger RNA (mRNA) using lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) that are “PEGylated,” meaning that the vaccine nanoparticles are coated with a synthetic and increasingly controversial PEG. Vaccine researchers are developing a production process that also involves the utilization of PEG.
When the elderly and frail die after receiving the COVID vaccine CNN has the story. And it’s quite a story: “Why vaccinate our most frail? Odd vote out shows the dilemma”, December 4.  “The vote to recommend long-term care residents be among the first to receive Covid-19 vaccinations was not unanimous.” “Out of a panel of 14 CDC vaccine advisers, a lone doctor said no.” “’Odd woman out, I guess,’ Dr. Helen ‘Keipp’ Talbot, of Vanderbilt University, told her colleagues. ‘I still struggle with this. This was not an easy vote’.” “Talbot was worried about whether the vaccine would even work in such frail, vulnerable patients. Even more, she worried about how it might look if the vaccine failed in that group, or how it would affect public perception if residents died soon after getting the vaccine.” “The Covid-19 vaccines have not been tested in the frail elderly, many of whom are residents of long-term care facilities.” Let’s stop here for a moment. First, we learn that the clinical trials of the COVID vaccine have not used the frail and elderly as volunteers. Therefore, there is NO evidence that the vaccine is safe or effective in that very large group. If this doesn’t give the frail and elderly and their families pause for thought, nothing will.
Healthcare Workers in the U.S. Suffer Serious Reactions from Illegal Pfizer Experimental Vaccine – Others Fake Vaccination on TV The first illegal Pfizer experimental vaccines were rolled out this week. I have seen no evidence so far of the military being involved in their distribution, as has been planned under Operation Warp Speed. This is probably because the first Pfizer vaccines were reported to have been administered this week in medical institutions, where they can control the narrative and where the military is not needed. Healthcare workers and people in nursing homes or assisted living centers were reportedly the first ones to receive the vaccine this week. But reports of two healthcare workers suffering adverse reactions in Alaska did make its way into the media yesterday. One of them went into anaphylactic shock, something the FDA has warned about. The Epoch Times reports: Two health care workers in Alaska suffered reactions, one of which was serious, after receiving the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine. One Bartlett Regional Hospital worker, a middle-aged woman, had adverse reactions about 10 minutes after receiving the vaccine, the hospital said Wednesday. The woman received the vaccine on Tuesday. Soon after, she started showing signs of an anaphylactic reaction, with “increased heartbeat, shortness of breath, and skin rash and redness,” the hospital said in a statement. The woman was given epinephrine, a medication that can treat allergic reactions, and Benadryl, admitted to the hospital, and put on an intravenous epinephrine drip. Officials said the woman, who was not identified, had no history of allergies or adverse reactions to vaccines. Lindy Jones, the director of the hospital’s emergency department, said that the reaction was serious but not life threatening.
Why do we assume pandemics result in devastation? Researchers at the University of Maryland’s National-Socio Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem discovered that late 19th century misconceptions about outbreaks of plague in the ancient world led to an ingrained belief that pandemics inherently cause widespread death and change the course of history. Their work reveals that at the turn-of-the-20th century, doctors and scientists misrepresented localized outbreaks of plague that occurred across Europe and Asia more than a thousand years earlier, and over time, scholars transformed the exaggerations into a massive historical event known as the Justinianic Plague that ended the ancient world. Previous research by the same team found little ancient evidence for the drastic effects of the Justinianic Plague, described as a 200-year-long pandemic that killed tens of millions of people and changed the course of history beginning in the 6th century. The new study suggests that the lingering fiction of an ancient plague as a transformative event distorts our expectations about pandemics today. The research appears in the December issue of the American Historical Review.
Utahns: Say No to Proposed Mandatory Vaxx Law! I am deeply concerned about the news from KUER that Rep. Spendlove (R) has introduced a bill making it legal for private businesses to force their employees to get a Covid-19 vaccine. While I can appreciate that Rep. Spendlove may have good intentions in trying to keep the state from mandating the experimental vaccine on Utahns, we already have the right to refuse genetic testing such as the PCR test, and we have the right to refuse vaccination as well. So, if the KUER story is accurate, all Rep. Spendlove’s bill can do is attempt to take important human rights away from Utahns. I write you this letter to state my strong objection to any state law stripping me and my family of our medical right to informed consent.
Polyethylene glycol as a cause of anaphylaxis A 46-year-old Caucasian female with no known allergies received an intraarticular injection with a local anesthetic (Xylonest®: prilocaine, sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide/hydrochloric acid 7%). Eight hour after the injection she experienced nausea and a generalized pruritus. The symptoms resolved the next day without any medical treatment. One day later the patient was given an injection with medroxyprogesteronacetate (Clinovir®: medroxyprogesteronacetate, methyl-4-hydroxybenzoate and propyl-4-hydroxybenzoate, macrogol 3350, polysorbate 80, sodium chloride) from her gynecologist. Five minutes after the injection she developed generalized pruritus, sneezing, nausea and tachycardia. Previous injections with medroxyprogesteronacetate and prilocaine were well tolerated. One year later the patient received an injection to treat a lumbar intervertebral disc prolapse containing lidocaine, bupivacaine hydrochloride, triamcinolone acetonide (Triamhexal®: triamcinolonacetonide, benzyl alcohol, macrogol 4000, sodium chloride, sodium dihydrogen phosphate-dihydrate, sodium hydrogen carbonate, polysorbate 80). Within 5 min the patient developed systemic anaphylactic symptoms, including pruritus, nausea, tachycardia and flush.