December 7th, 2022 3-5PM ET
Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
How Bill Gates and Other Private Interests Used Legal Loopholes to Corrupt FDA If you’re like most people, you probably assume that the FDA is funded by the U.S. government and therefore isn’t catering to private industries. The agency itself certainly tries to present itself as independent from the industries it regulates but, in reality, legal loopholes have led to the FDA receiving money from, and being captured and corrupted by, private interests. While the FDA itself does not accept corporate money, it does receive money funneled via a nonprofit foundation, which in turn receives money from other nonprofits funded by private interests. It’s really all a façade because the end result is the same. Those donating the money ultimately end up with the ability to pull strings, when needed. The Reagan-Udall Foundation As explained by NPR back in 2012, the Reagan-Udall Foundation is a nonprofit foundation created by Congress in 2007 to support scientific research that is of interest to the FDA. According to NPR: “The idea was that this foundation could do things the FDA can’t. It would raise money from private sources, fund research in areas where the FDA lacks expertise, and organize collaborations involving industry, patient groups and academia.” As explained in a 2008 article in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, the creation of the Reagan-Udall Foundation was part of a larger plan to establish a private-public partnership to facilitate the Critical Path Initiative. The Critical Path Initiative was part of the FDA’s attempts to streamline and modernize the drug approval process by having companies pay user fees. Part of the Reagan-Udall Foundation’s responsibilities was to set goals and priorities for the Critical Path Initiative, and then award grants to meet those goals.
Special Guest – Rick Jaffe Esq.
Richard Jaffe is a health care litigator, counselor and crisis manager, focusing on cutting-edge medical/legal issues. He represents practitioners, clinics, companies and health related organizations in complex health care regulatory matters throughout the United States, especially legal cases and investigations brought by federal and state government agencies. He has extensive experience in FDA matters, including clinical trials and new drug issues, Medicare and insurance fraud, professional licensure and criminal and civil scheduled drug prescribing problems. He has extensive experience in the stem cell field, both in the criminal and civil sides, and also works on matters involving dietary supplements.
Preliminary Injunction Motion filed in our AB 2098 Challenge Yesterday afternoon, we filed the initial papers for a preliminary injunction in our lawsuit challenging Cali. AB 2098, the misinformed Covid misinformation bill which is set to take effect on January 1st. The hearing is set for January 17th before District Judge Dale A. Drozd, who currently doing law and motion hearings (like out motion) by Zoom. But the date and judge are a bit up in the air because our case is “related” to the Hoeg v. Newsom case presently pending before another district judge in the same Eastern District of California. So, it is possible that both cases could be heard by the same judge. We should know more about that in a week. As stated in a prior post, I think the huge thing we’re bringing to the table of the AB2098 legal debate is that we have an expert declaration who has put together a detailed and exhaustive chronology of how the public health Covid narrative has evolved and changed inconsistently, and that much of it was based more on wishful-thinking than real science. Therefore, the idea that there is a “contemporary scientific consensus” that is actually based on science is itself wishful thinking and a legal (and scientific) fiction. One specific thing that bothered me because it was specifically referenced in AB 2098’s legislative findings was the purported fact that the unvaccinated are 11 times more likely to die than the vaccinated. This fact was specifically referenced in Judge Slaughter’s decision dismissing the McDonald v. Lawson case, which was the first AB 2098 challenge. Since that fact seemed so impressive to Judge Slaughter, I figured we needed to pull back the curtain, and so we did via our expert Dr. Sanjay Verma’s declaration. Without further ado, here is the rather brilliant declaration of Sanjay Verma, M.D.sanjaydeclaration I think he has knocked it out of the park. Thanks, Sanjay!
I’ve been pretty quiet for some time. Here is why: Hoang v. Bonta, challenging AB 2098 Thursday afternoon, December 1st, we filed a lawsuit challenging California AB 2098 on behalf of a California osteopathic physician, LeTrinh Hoang, Physicians for Informed Consent, and Children’s Health Defense (California chapter). Here is the complaint: complaint Bobby K. and Mary Holland are working on the case with me (and my usual compatriots). Mary is working on the preliminary injunction motion as I write this. We expect to be before a federal judge in mid-January. Our case is somewhat different from the two prior cases. The first case McDonald v. Lawson has already been dismissed on standing grounds, (with leave to replead). The second one is scheduled to be heard on January 9th but may have the same defect which caused the McDonald case to be dismissed. We’ll see. The AG’s response papers to the preliminary injunction motion haven’t been filed yet. But it’s the same lawyer as in the McDonald case. So, I would expect the same standing attack to be made in this second case based on what the plaintiffs said (and didn’t or couldn’t say in that complaint). The judge hearing the case has some interesting and positive experience on First Amendment free speech issues. That experience might just help the plaintiffs to get by the standing attack, especially since the plaintiffs’ lawyers are pretty darn good, and they get to reply to the AG’s papers.
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Inflation priorities: 8 in 10 Americans have cut spending — but not on their health Eight in 10 people have cut down on their general spending within the last six months (81%). A poll of 2,000 U.S. adults reports that three in four have been affected by inflation, with those feeling the financial strain reducing their spending on shopping (70%), entertainment (59%), and food (58%) the most. However, 70 percent aren’t letting their health falter, with people sharing that the top area they wouldn’t cut down spending on is their health and wellness (44%). Fifty-five percent would spend any amount of money on their health, estimating that that’s where they spend a third of their budget including on expenses like healthy food, supplements, and mental health care. Most respondents emphasize that it’s important to prioritize spending time and money on your health above other areas in life (69%) and are doing so by cooking at home more (61%), staying home more in general (59%), and practicing good spending habits (50%). Commissioned by Medifast and conducted by OnePoll, the survey finds that 60 percent of respondents say the pandemic encouraged them to rearrange their priorities in life and a similar percentage believe the experience has also made them value their health more than they did before (63%). People have been inspired to take care of themselves, averaging about 200 steps more per day now than prior to the pandemic.
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?
10 Most SURPRISING and DANGEROUS ingredients in vaccines, and the industry’s poor explanations for why they’re used Are you aware that blood, cells, and organ tissue from cows, eagles, dogs, ferrets, chickens, and yes, human abortions, are used to manufacture the world’s most deadly vaccines? That’s why they’re called “dirty vaccines.” Most natural health advocates already know about thimerosal, which is 50 percent mercury, that crosses the blood-brain barrier thanks to the inclusion of aluminum (linked to dementia), found in multi-dose flu shots. But it gets much, much worse. What most people are not aware of are the surprising ingredients that, if found in food or beverages, most folks would use common sense and judgment to avoid at all costs. These scary ingredients and volatile substances are termed “excipients,” “adjuvants” and “preservatives” by the vaccine industrial complex to keep the injected from having well-warranted concern and dismay. No, vaccines are not “safe and effective,” and they never were. That myth has surely been debunked, especially now with those dreaded clot shots for Covid. People like to talk about cigarettes being so dangerous and damaging for your health, but vaccines are even worse. Why are these dangerous ingredients used in vaccines, and what health damage in the short and long term do these “excipients” and “adjuvants” inflict?
Is the health freedom movement being infiltrated by covert actors with ulterior motives? Last year, anonymous sources released a document called “The Themis Report: Anatomy of Infiltration in the Grassroots Health Freedom Movement” that, like its name suggests, addresses a potentially very serious problem plaguing the health freedom movement: infiltrators. Recent revelations among health freedom figures have drawn fresh attention to The Themis Report. Many are now wondering: Are legitimate health freedom groups being infiltrated by phonies who know how to mimic the real thing while blending in and leading the movement down the wrong path? It is certainly within the realm of possibility that not everything is what it seems when it comes to the “resistance.” A lot of deep-seated power structures that have ruled the planet for a long, long time are threatened by the truths coming out – so much so, in fact, that it would only make sense for them to introduce “chaos agents” into the mix. Chaos agents, in this context, are members of the opposition, i.e., the pro-tyranny crowd, who pretend to support health freedom while gaining access to the inner circles of the movement. They appear on communication platforms like Telegram where health freedom advocates congregate and quietly start hijacking the conversation.
Fauci Deposition – TTAC CliffsNotes: What You Need to Know Yesterday, Missouri and Louisiana Attorneys General Eric Schmitt and Jeff Landry released the full transcript of Anthony Fauci’s November 23rd deposition. The deposition is part of an ongoing lawsuit against the Biden administration which alleges collusion between government agencies and media/tech platforms to suppress free speech and silence dissent. “In our deposition with Dr. Fauci, it became clear that when Dr. Fauci speaks, social media censors,” said Attorney General Schmitt. “I encourage everyone to read the deposition transcript and see exactly how Dr. Fauci operates, and exactly how the COVID tyranny that ruined lives and destroyed businesses was born.” “Fauci’s recent deposition only confirmed what we already knew: federal bureaucrats in collusion with social media companies want to control not only what you think, but especially what you say,” said Attorney General Landry. The deposition, which had originally been sealed, is nearly 400 pages long and covers nearly 9 hours of testimony. We spent hours pouring over the entire document and will share the highlights below. However, we highly encourage you to read the deposition for yourselves. A theme throughout the deposition is Fauci’s inability to remember… anything. Emails. Phone calls. Articles. Meetings. Press conferences. Fauci insists that these are not things that he can remember. Or, in some cases, asserts that these communications and decisions were not important enough to be worth remembering. When asked, for example, if he had co authored a 2011 op-ed in the Washington Post, Fauci refused to give a yes or no answer. Instead, he simply said that he could see the article with his name on it in front of him, so it “looks like I did.”
What We’ve Learned from the Twitter Files | Part I The past 24 hours have been an absolute whirlwind of information. The past week has seen massive protests against Chinese COVID lockdowns, depositions of Anthony Fauci, FBI special agents, and other high-ranking government officials. But the biggest bombshell came last night in what is now being called “The Twitter Files.” In a 36-part expose on Twitter, Journalist Matt Taibbi revealed the contents of Twitter’s private internal documents – made publicly available by new owner CEO Elon Musk. The findings reported last night were just a sampling of what was discovered, with Taibbi and Musk promising that “Part II” will be released sometime in the coming days. No matter where you fall on the “conspiracy theorist” scale, what you’re about to read is shocking. “What you’re about to read is the first installment in a series, based upon thousands of internal documents obtained by sources at Twitter,” wrote Taibbi. “The “Twitter Files” tell an incredible story from inside one of the world’s largest and most influential social media platforms. It is a Frankensteinian tale of a human-built mechanism grown out [of] the control of its designer. Twitter in its conception was a brilliant tool for enabling instant mass communication, making a true real-time global conversation possible for the first time. In an early conception, Twitter more than lived up to its mission statement, giving people ‘the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers.’ As time progressed, however, the company was slowly forced to add those barriers. Some of the first tools for controlling speech were designed to combat the likes of spam and financial fraudsters. Slowly, over time, Twitter staff and executives began to find more and more uses for these tools. Outsiders began petitioning the company to manipulate speech as well: first a little, then more often, then constantly.
New Zealand court rules against anti-vax parents of ill baby A New Zealand court temporarily took away medical custody of a baby from his parents on Wednesday after they refused blood transfusions for him unless the blood came from donors who were unvaccinated against COVID-19. The court’s ruling in favor of health authorities places the 4-month-old boy into the guardianship of authorities until after he undergoes an urgently needed heart operation and recovers. The parents remain in charge of decisions about their boy that don’t relate to the operation. The parents’ legal battle has been embraced by anti-vaccine groups, who gathered outside the courtroom this week as evidence was presented. High Court Judge Ian Gault said he accepted the affidavits of health experts who said there have been millions of blood transfusions performed around the world since coronavirus vaccines were introduced, and the vaccines hadn’t caused any known harmful effects. The ruling will likely set a precedent and come as a relief to healthcare groups that collect and use donated blood. The parents had said they had unvaccinated donors willing to give blood for their son’s operation, but health authorities argued that such directed donations should only occur in exceptional circumstances, such as for recipients with very rare blood types. Health authorities also said the unvaccinated donors wouldn’t necessarily give them access to all the blood products they might need during the boy’s surgery.