December 23rd, 2022 3-5 PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Fauci’s warning to America: ‘We’re living in a progressively anti-science era and that’s a very dangerous thing’ Dr. Anthony Fauci, who turns 82 on Saturday, wants the record to reflect that he is not retiring. Really, he isn’t. It’s just that after 54 years as a government scientist and advisor to seven presidents, he is leaving the National Institutes of Health at the end of the year. The nation’s top infectious disease doctor insists he still wants to write, make public appearances and continue to shape research on infectious diseases. So he will continue to be a presence in the lives of his many fans — and his equally zealous detractors. As Fauci tells it in his distinctive Brooklyn accent, he drove onto the NIH campus in Bethesda, Md., in June 1968, a 27-year-old physician fresh out of residency training. He burrowed into the burgeoning field of immunology and was well situated to help identify the source of a mysterious illness afflicting gay men in the early 1980s. Fauci went on to lead the federal government’s efforts to bring HIV/AIDS to heel after becoming director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in 1984. In the decades that followed, he was key to shaping the U.S. response to the H1N1 flu pandemic, the Ebola outbreak and the Zika virus. When a mysterious pneumonia-like illness was identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, Fauci was still at the helm of NIAID. His poker-faced visage loomed behind then-President Trump as the leader of the free world boldly predicted the virus would miraculously disappear.
Special Guests – Drs Teri and Stu Warner
Drs. Theresa and Stuart Warner are founders of the Wellness Parenting Revolution. They have been called ‘America’s Most Trusted Source for Raising Healthy Kids’. They have been in private Pediatric Chiropractic & Prenatal Practice in Point Pleasant NJ for 30 years, where they have helped thousands of children & pregnant women overcome illness and optimize their health. The Drs. Warner also are founders of the American Health & Freedom Alliance and publish The Wellness Revolution Magazine. Their mission to give children every advantage in health, wellness and life.
Drs. Teri & Stu Warner are media spokespersons who regularly appear in the National Media on TV as kids health experts talking about the benefits of natural approaches to health and wellness. Their ground breaking segment on The Doctors TV Show on chiropractic care for newborns was highly acclaimed for raising awareness of this important topic. Despite their many accolades, their greatest achievements by far are their 3 beautiful children: Sydney, Skylar, and Alexis. They are hosting the Health & Freedom Summit & Expo in Orlando January 5-8th and information and tickets are available at www.WellnessParenting.info
Questions of The Day!
Hello RSB and SuperDon! I recently heard that taking licorice root before ingesting alcohol or acetaminophen can help to protect your liver. I understand that it’s tricky to give out medical claims for natural substances, but the source I heard this from is pretty reputable and I just wanted to get your take on it since you are my homeopathic guru! To be honest, I’m probably going to imbibe this holiday weekend and I will take any help I can get to support my liver. I Hope both of your families are enjoying the season so far! Thank you so much for your trusted input!
Your loyal listener, Johnna T
Hi Robert and Super Don, what are your thoughts on vaccines for puppies? My daughter wants to take her puppy to get his shots today, like for parvo and whatever else they do.
What is the best way to get rid of biofilm in the mouth? It occurred as a result of a dental surgery implant. The biofilm appears to be on the roof of the mouth, & symptoms appear to be those of fungus/candida. The dentist said to take antibiotics, but I’ve read antibiotics don’t remove biofilm. I took some antibiotics early on but stopped since I don’t think they would do anything.
6 ‘Noncompliance’ Strategies for Protecting Kids and Teens in 2023 Since 2020, parents have had to contend with increasingly brazen efforts by governments, schools, foundations, Big Tech, Big Pharma and others to hijack, injure or destroy children’s minds and bodies. Far from being piecemeal or merely opportunistic responses to a convenient “pandemic,” these assaults on children — and adults, too — reflect a well-financed, long-term control agenda aimed at implementation of digital identities, social scoring and “full monitoring and tracking of every human being through … mechanisms already in place.” At the “Defeat the Mandates” rally in January 2022, Children’s Health Defense Chairman and Chief Litigation Counsel Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., asserted, “Nobody in the history of the planet has ever complied their way out of totalitarian control” and reminded the public, “Every time you comply, you get weaker.” Kennedy also warned, “they’re coming for our children.” As if in confirmation, infants, kindergartners and college students were badgered throughout the year to get — and then suffered atrocious damage from — COVID-19 shots, despite overwhelming evidence that the jabs urgently needed to be withdrawn from the market. Clued in to these and other dangers crowding around their children, a growing number of parents recognized the need for noncompliance. Keeping noncompliance as the watchword for 2023, here are some actions that could make a real difference in the coming year.
Special Guest Remeece
Is The Monty Python ‘Silly Walk’ Good Exercise? Here’s What A Study Showed And now for something completely different. And silly. Doing the “Silly Walk” from the British TV show “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” could be much better for you cardiovascular-wise and calorie-burning-wise than simply walking normally. That’s what a study just published in this year’s annual Christmas issue of the BMJ suggested about that silly leg-contorting walk that John Cleese performed on the show. In fact, just 11 minutes a day of Silly Walking could be a fun way of getting you past the 75 minutes of vigorous physical activity per week threshold that the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends. Of course, this would depend on just how silly your walk really is. A trio of researchers, Glenn A. Gaesser, PhD, a Professor at Arizona State University, David C. Poole, PhD, Dsc., a University Distinguished Professor of Kinesiology and Physiology at Kansas State University, and Siddhartha S. Angadi, PhD, an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia, conducted the study. They described the “Silly Walk” that worked in the study as “walking in Teabag style,” after the Mr. Teabag character that Cleese played. Walking in this Teabag style entails walking while alternating high straight-legged kicks with other types of leg contortions such as scrunching your knees together downwards. This can be a highly entertaining walk to behold. Of course, you should be very careful when telling others that you are into the Teabag style, lest they misinterpret what you are saying.