January 26th, 2022 3-5PM ET
Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Biden administration withdraws vaccine-or-test mandate for large employers The Biden administration is withdrawing its Covid vaccination-or-test requirement for large employers, citing the Supreme Court’s recent decision to block the rule. The Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, said Tuesday that the withdrawal of the emergency mandate would be effective Wednesday. The Supreme Court this month blocked the mandate, which required larger businesses to ensure that workers are vaccinated against Covid-19 or wear masks and get tested weekly. The court’s conservative majority said the administration had gone too far in imposing such a sweeping requirement on the country’s businesses. The workplace mandate required companies with 100 or more employees to ensure that their workers either get vaccinated or wear masks and show negative Covid tests at least once a week. The White House estimated that the requirement would cover 4 million workers.
Special Guest – Johnathan Wagner
More Than 1 in 10 People in US Have Diabetes, CDC Says More than one in ten Americans have diabetes and over a third have prediabetes, according to updated statistics from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The National Diabetes Statistics Report includes data for 2017-2020 from several nationally representative sources on prevalence and incidence of diabetes and prediabetes, risk factors for complications, acute and long-term complications, and costs. According to the new report, published on January 25, a total of 37.3 million people in the Unites States have diabetes, or about 11.3% of the population. Of those, 28.7 million are diagnosed (including 28.5 millionadults), while 8.5 million, or 23% of those with diabetes, are undiagnosed. Another 96 million adults have prediabetes, comprising 38.0% of the adult US population, of whom only 19% are aware of their prediabetes status. In a statement, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) said the new CDC data “show an alarming increase of diabetes in our nation among adults,” while the high number with prediabetes who don’t know that they have it “is fueling the diabetes epidemic.”
Scientists discover link between gut microbiota and chronic inflammatory diseases like arthritis An international research team has established a link between gut microbiota and chronic inflammatory diseases such as arthritis. The team led by Éric Boilard of Université Laval has discovered that a protein naturally present in the gut acts on the microbiota and causes the formation of molecules that exacerbate the symptoms of these diseases. The details of this finding are published today in the Journal of Clinical Investigation—Insight. The protein in question, phospholipase A2-IIA, was discovered several years ago in the fluid that surrounds the joints of people with arthritis according to Dr. Boilard, a professor in the Faculty of Medicine at Université Laval and a researcher at CHU de Québec–Université Laval Research Centre. The protein was subsequently detected elsewhere in the body, notably in the gut where it is produced in abundance. “It took a long time before we realized that it exhibits antibacterial activity,” said Dr. Boilard. “The protein interacts little with the membrane of human cells, but it has high affinity for bacterial membranes. It binds to these membranes and splits them, releasing small molecules such as fatty acids.”
Hour 2 – Outside The Box With Ty Bollinger!
It’s time to go Outside The Box again with Ty Bollinger! What will we be talking about today?
Sen. Ron Johnson’s Latest Covid Panel Reveals 800,000 People And Counting Want ‘A Second Opinion’ Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin hosted a panel of experts on Capitol Hill on Monday for an event dubbed “COVID-19: A Second Opinion,” to discuss early treatment of the coronavirus and so-called vaccines — and there was quite an audience for it. Although Johnson’s office invited the most prominent federal bureaucrats to the panel, including Rochelle Walensky, Anthony Fauci, Francis Collins, and Jeff Zients, none of them showed up. Instead, some tech-suppressed world experts turned out to speak on topics ranging from hospital treatment and Covid shots to early at-home treatment and mitigation strategies. The bipartisan group of renowned professionals included Drs. Peter McCullough, Jay Bhattacharya, Pierre Kory, Harvey Risch, and Robert Malone, among others whose medical and academic contributions have been censored and smeared by the corporate media for not conforming to the conventional Covid-19 narratives from government bureaucrats. These character assassinations and censorship sprees have naturally resulted in a less-informed and less-trusting public. These citizens are yearning for “a second opinion” besides the continued blather from the same self-interested experts who kept kids home from school, pushed vaccine mandates, demanded masks and double masks for thee but not for me, and even declared themselves to be “the science.”
Man Can’t Get Heart Transplant Because He’s Not Vaccinated Against COVID David Ferguson is speaking out passionately on behalf of his son DJ. He says the 31-year-old is fighting for his life at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and in desperate need of a heart transplant. “My son has gone to the edge of death to stick to his guns and he’s been pushed to the limit,” Ferguson said. The family says he was at the front of the line to receive a transplant but because he has not received the COVID-19 vaccination he is no longer eligible according to hospital policy. Ferguson says his son refuses to get the shot. “It’s kind of against his basic principles; he doesn’t believe in it. It’s a policy they are enforcing and so because he won’t get the shot, they took him off the list of a heart transplant,” Ferguson said. Brigham and Women’s released a statement saying, “And like many other transplant programs in the United States – the COVID-19 vaccine is one of several vaccines and lifestyle behaviors required for transplant candidates in the Mass General Brigham system in order to create both the best chance for a successful operation and also the patient’s survival after transplantation.”
Woman who helped monkeys in Pennsylvania crash experiencing health issues: report A Pennsylvania woman who came into contact with escaped cynomolgus macaque monkeys following a truck crash outside Danville is reportedly experiencing health problems. Michele Fallon told PA Homepage that she sought medical attention at Geisinger Medical Center after developing pink-eye-like symptoms and due to an open wound on her hand. “Because the monkey did hiss at me and there were feces around, and I did have an open cut, they just want to be precautious,” Fallon told the outlet, adding that she would be on preventative medicine for approximately two weeks and had just received her first dose of rabies vaccine and a round of anti-viral medication. On her Facebook page, Fallon said her symptoms were like those from COVID-19. PETA said Monday that the U.S. Department of Agriculture had opened an investigation into the matter and that the group had filed a complaint. PA Homepage also reported that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention instructed Fallon to take precautions because the monkeys were not monitored and quarantined.
Question of The Day!
My son at nearly 50 years young has wrestled with nasal polyps most of his life. Wounding now how to treat such a terrible condition.
He wrote to me: I am on the fence for the surgery.
The surgery not really for the polyps, it’s a ballon procedure to break and move cartilage back in place from the damage previous polyps have done so that sinuses will drain they way God intended.
As for current polyps, I was instructed to do a nasal irrigation that is a saline solution with steroids to shrink them. (But I have not yet done so). Still doing my research.
Cell phone usage may damage a man’s sperm, study warns Men looking to start a family should spend less time on their phones, a new study warns. Researchers in South Korea have found that cell phone usage increases exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic waves that could damage sperm concentration, viability, and motility. “Male cell-phone users should strive to reduce mobile phone use to protect their sperm quality,” says Yun Hak Kim, an assistant professor from Pusan National University, in a media release. Mobile phones emit low-level radiofrequency electromagnetic waves which can possibly damage the brain, heart, and endocrine system, according to previous research. A review of studies on radiofrequency electromagnetic waves from 2011 suggested these waves also reduce sperm quality. However, the data analysis focused on phones that are no longer in popular use today. In this study, scientists looked at the amount of damage radiofrequency electromagnetic waves from modern-day cell phones may inflict on a user’s health. The team conducted a new meta-analysis evaluating studies published from 2012 to 2021 that looked into cell phones’ effects on sperm quality. They found and reviewed data from 18 studies, encompassing 4,280 sperm samples. Results confirmed a link between cell phone use and a decrease in sperm motility, viability, and concentration. Interestingly, researchers did not find a link between reduced sperm quality and how much time a man spends on their phone, just exposure to cell phones themselves.
Eric Clapton claims people vaccinated against COVID-19 are under ‘hypnosis’ Eric Clapton’s career “had almost gone anyway” until his campaign against conventional medicine took off. The 76-year-old musician went on the Real Music Observer YouTube channel to discuss how his life has changed since reluctantly taking AstraZeneca’s therapy in 2021. Clapton has since become outspoken about his anti-vaccination stance. He claimed that he’d been duped into getting the COVID-19 jab by subliminal messaging in pharmaceutical advertising — and urged others not to fall for it. “Whatever the memo was, it hadn’t reached me,” he said, referring to the “mass formation hypnosis” conspiracy theory, which gained traction in 2021 as part of anti-vaccine propaganda. (In related circles, it’s also been called “mass formation psychosis.”) Credited to Belgian psychologist Mattias Desmet, the theory essentially points to a sort of mind control that has taken over society, allowing for unscrupulous leaders to easily manipulate populations into, for example, accepting vaccines or wearing face masks.