August 18th, 2020 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
CHD Legal Team Led by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Sues Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, and Three of Facebook’s So-Called “Fact-Checkers” Children’s Health Defense (CHD) filed a lawsuit on Monday in San Francisco Federal Court charging Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, and three fact-checking outfits with censoring truthful public health posts and for fraudulently misrepresenting and defaming CHD. CHD is a non-profit watchdog group that roots out corruption in federal agencies, including Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and exposes wrongdoings in the Pharmaceutical and Telecom industries. CHD has been a frequent critic of WiFi and 5G Network safety and of certain vaccine policies that CHD claims put Big Pharma profits ahead of public health. CHD has fiercely criticized agency corruption at WHO, CDC and FCC. According to CHD’s Complaint, Facebook has insidious conflicts with the Pharmaceutical industry and its captive health agencies and has economic stakes in telecom and 5G. Facebook currently censors CHD’s page, targeting its purge against factual information about vaccines, 5G and public health agencies.
Special Guest Jefferey Jaxen
Jefferey Jaxen is a researcher, independent investigative journalist, writer and voice for health freedom on the front lines of society’s shift towards higher consciousness. Jefferey is constantly working behind the scenes to spotlight the untold, censored and under-reported stories of our time. His mission in life is to teach & empower others to take back their power and heal themselves. As a compelling writer, active researcher, and creative force his work has been catapulted into the mainstream. Jefferey was recently featured in the documentary The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest. His writing has been featured by RT, Natural News, InfoWars, Collective-Evolution, Waking Times, GreenMedInfo, The Truth About Cancer and countless others. Along with being a regular guest on national and international television networks and radio shows, his articles are read by tens of thousands weekly. In addition, he has set himself apart with his growing library of unique and original spoken word pieces.
Tone Deaf Officials Tightening Lockdown Response As Public Chafes The urgency is palpable. Far from an imaginary scenario, America and much of the world is feeling the racing pressure of economic failure and societal trauma created by the coronaries response. CNN Business writes, “The US economy contracted at a 32.9% annual rate from April through June, its worst drop on record, the Bureau of Economic Analysis said Thursday.” U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Robert Redfield came out last week and dropped a bombshell. Speaking on the need to open schools in the coming weeks, Redfield stated, “But there has been another cost that we’ve seen, particularly in high schools…We’re seeing, sadly, far greater suicides now than we are deaths from COVID. We’re seeing far greater deaths from drug overdose that are above excess that we had as background than we are seeing the deaths from COVID.” Far from new information or unpredictable circumstances, the increase in teen suicides flashed ALL the warning lights. But it’s hardly alone. Every step of the coronavirus response, warning lights on numerous fronts have been shining brightly in the faces of officials who chose to ignore them at every turn.
THE BIG LIE: Closing Schools Isn’t About Helping Children On July 15th, Dr. Scott Atlas destroyed the delicately constructed media narrative that this fall, kids shouldn’t attend school in-person: “There is virtually zero risk for children getting something serious or dying from this disease. Anyone who thinks schools should be closed is not talking about the children. It has nothing to do with the children’s risk.” Dr. Atlas continued: “You either believe the science or not. You can’t insist that you believe in the science and then act contrary to science.” In May, an investigation by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) looking at COVID-19 infection rates in children, found that in US and Canadian Pediatric Intensive Care Units, “…the overall burden of COVID-19 infection in children remains relatively low compared with seasonal influenza. It is important to emphasize [this].” Hooray! Kids can reasonably be expected to return to school! It appeared that a corner was being turned on our way back to normal. Bzzzzzt! Not so fast. Out of left field, a study appeared warning that suddenly, over the last two weeks in July, kids are testing positive at an ‘alarming’ rate. Corporate media and health officials seized on the study, the only one of its kind, ignoring a litany of facts and inconvenient truths that surrounded it.
Why COVID Vaccine Trials Should Alarm Everyone The corporate media is breathlessly chronicling a vaccine arms race against coronavirus. They’ve not done much to keep Americans up to date about the multiple oddities and inconsistencies that have emerged. For starters: Both the Lancet and New England Medical Journal (NEMJ)—fresh off being forced to retract fraudulent studies that attempted to debunk hydroxychloroquine—published reviews of coronaries vaccines from Moderna (U.S.) and Oxford (U.K.). Both vaccine-makers previously chose to release their science by press release, where it was easily and eagerly gobbled up and regurgitated by a long-neutered press too scared for their employment and funding to ever question an injectable medical product. Then there’s Bill Gates, whose measured persona of Dr. Evil channeled through Mr. Rogers folded like a lawn chair under the softest of softball questions in a recent CBS interview about vaccine’s adverse reactions (or, harms). Through all his bizarre and distracting hand waving, like a sorcerer missing his wand, Gates stumbled and flubbed his way through the interview. He finally managed to eke out a plaintive plea to authority, hinging coronavirus vaccine safety on FDA’s ‘gold standard.’ Ah yes. The FDA ‘gold standard.’ A ‘standard’ that, in the past, has allowed multiple fixtures of the childhood immunization schedule to be freely injected into American children with laughably limited safety testing windows. And by “laughable,” we mean “tragic.”
FDA flags accuracy issue with widely used coronavirus test Potential accuracy issues with a widely used coronavirus test could lead to false results for patients, U.S. health officials warned. The Food and Drug Administration issued the alert Monday to doctors and laboratory technicians using Thermo Fisher’s TaqPath genetic test. Regulators said issues related to laboratory equipment and software used to run the test could lead to inaccuracies. The agency advised technicians to follow updated instructions and software developed by the company to ensure accurate results. The warning comes nearly a month after Connecticut public health officials first reported that at least 90 people had received false positive results for the coronavirus. Most of those receiving the false results were residents of nursing homes or assisted living facilities. A spokeswoman for Thermo Fisher said the company was working with FDA “to make sure that laboratory personnel understand the need for strict adherence to the instructions for use.” She added that company data shows most users “follow our workflow properly and obtain accurate results.” The FDA said one possible problem was related to the incorrect use of equipment that rapidly spins samples in preparation for processing. The agency’s letter tells lab workers to follow new instructions developed by the company for this step.
1 big thing: Trump eyes new unproven virus “cure” To the alarm of some government health officials, President Trump has expressed enthusiasm for the Food and Drug Administration to approve an extract from the oleander plant as a dietary supplement to cure COVID-19, despite lack of proof that it works.
- The experimental botanical extract, oleandrin, was promoted to Trump during an Oval Office meeting in July.
- It’s embraced by Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and MyPillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell, a big Trump backer, who recently took a financial stake in the company that develops the product.
- Lindell told Axios that in the meeting, Trump “basically said: …’The FDA should be approving it.'”
- The White House did not respond to requests for comment.
Q Mr. President, oleandrin — the potential therapy for coronavirus — is that something you’re pressing the FDA to approve?
THE PRESIDENT: I’d — you’d have to say it.
Q Oleandrin — have you heard of that as a possible therapy for coronavirus?
THE PRESIDENT: I’ve heard of it, yes. Go ahead.
Q Have you pressed the FDA to approve it?
THE PRESIDENT: No, I haven’t. I haven’t.
Q Is it something you would support?
THE PRESIDENT: Is it something that people are talking about very strongly? We’ll look at it. We’ll look it. We’re looking at a lot of different things.
I will say, the FDA has been great. They are very close — we’re very close to a vaccine, very close to a therapeutic. I’ve heard that name mentioned. We’ll find out. I can get back to you later. Okay?
Does military’s biodefense lab hold a key to future coronavirus treatment? Though often omitted from public conversations about pandemic solutions, the U.S. military has a huge stake in fighting deadly infectious diseases and quietly has been researching novel treatments for years at its secretive biodefense lab at Fort Detrick. The reasons are mission obvious. With soldiers deployed in exotic locations around the world where novel viruses like Ebola, Zika or bird and swine flus can strike with lighting speed and alarming fatality, the Pentagon wants to make sure it has treatments to keep its forces from being disabled. It’s from that body of research that an intriguing potential remedy, an organic extract, has emerged. And of all sources, it comes from the common but toxic flowering plant oleander. Dr. John Dye, chief of viral immunology at the USAMRIID lab at Fort Detrick, confirmed to Just the News that his team began testing the extract known as oleandrin a few years ago and found it was effective in fighting the Ebola and Marburg viruses. The Army lab is now ramping up a rapid plan to test oleandrin against COVID-19. “We found that at non-toxic concentrations, oleandrin was efficacious at slowing and halting viral growth in tissue culture assays” for the Ebola and Marburg viruses, Dye said in emailed answers to questions. Because those viruses are enveloped, just like COVID-19, the lab is pressing ahead to do similar tests on the theory that the extract may have similar effects on the coronavirus at the center of today’s pandemic, he said. “We are finalizing arrangements to test oleandrin in our tissue culture assays for COVID-19 virus,” he said.
Don’t Catch Fire When Using Hand Sanitizer, a Defense Safety Office Warns Hand sanitizer remains in high usage and demand as the pandemic persists—but some forms of the gel germ-fighters have reportedly caused people’s hands to catch on barely-visible blue fire, prompting the Defense Department to warn troops and others this week to be safe when sanitizing. The department’s Safety Office at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, recently distributed a Food and Drug Administration bulletin that detailed how an employee at the Energy Department’s Federal Contractors Group used an alcohol-based hand sanitizer as advised and endured the stark danger that some cleaning rubs pose. “Shortly after the application to his hands, but before the liquid disinfectant had evaporated and completely dried, the employee touched a metal surface which accumulated a static electrical charge, resulting in an ignition source,” the bulletin read. “The ethyl-alcohol based disinfectant flashed, resulting in an almost invisible blue flame on both hands.” Spotlighting the incident, Ron Ross, safety manager with Fort Jackon’s Installation Safety Office told personnel to “exercise vigilance when using these gel sanitizers to ensure it is completely evaporated before touching any metal object and or other items that often harbor static electricity.” “We can never be too cautious,” Ross said.
FDA Announces New Deadly Toxin Found in Hand Sanitizers, Adding to Recalls It’s been almost two months since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) began recalls of hand sanitizers because certain products contained methanol, also know as wood alcohol. Since then, more than 100 hand sanitizers have been recalled. The FDA on Wednesday announced another toxin that can be as deadly as methanol. That toxin is called 1-propanol, which can depress the central nervous system. The FDA stated some products are labeled to contain ethanol or isopropyl alcohol, but have tested positive for 1-propanol contamination. “The agency urges consumers not to use these 1-propanol-contaminated products and has expanded its do-not-use list of hand sanitizers … that are or may be contaminated with 1-propanol, in addition to other hand sanitizers the agency is urging consumers not to use,” the FDA said in a statement. Consumers who have any products on the do-not-use list, or potentially has methanol or 1-propanol, should quit using them immediately and get rid of them through a hazardous waste container. The agency recommends to not wash them down the drain.