June 8th, 2020 3-5PM ET
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Immunization bill passes state House committee 7-4 A bill designed to address Colorado’s low immunization rates went before a state House of Representatives committee on Sunday and passed 7-4. Senate Bill 163, or the School Entry Immunization bill, requires that those seeking an immunization exemption for religious beliefs would need to provide one of two certificates for a child to attend school: a certificate of completion of an online education module about the benefits of immunization, or a certificate signed by a health-care provider. The Colorado state Senate passed the bill in February. The House Health & Insurance committee considered the bill at the Sunday hearing. The bill is expected to be debated by the full house later this week. At the House committee hearing, each side was given 90 minutes for public testimony. Several committee members called the bill a divisive issue arguing more time was needed. Roxborough Park Republican Rep. Mark Baisley took issue with the hearing being scheduled on a Sunday. Denver Democratic Rep. Susan Lontine, chair of the committee, argued that the hearing was scheduled on a Sunday to minimize contact during the COVID-19 pandemic and It was not intended to get in the way of anyone’s religious beliefs.
Do scientists tell us what science tells us about CoVID-19 vaccines? In 2012, Tseng et al. published a seminal paper in PLoS One describing the effects of several SARS-CoV vaccine candidates on subsequent challenge of research animals with SARS virus. Vaccinated mice developed anti-SARS antibodies and were protected from viral infection upon challenge. However, their lung showed a serious type of immunopathology in response to post-vaccinal virus exposure – pulmonary eosinophilic infiltration. The authors cautioned against application of these vaccines in humans. What are eosinophils and why their infiltration of the lung is dangerous? Eosinophils are white blood cells that are part of the immune system mediating allergic and hypersensitivity reactions. Their infiltration of tissues can lead to serious disease. A world leading hospital in respiratory care, National Jewish Health, gives a succinct description of eosinophilic lung disease: “Eosinophilic pneumonia describes a category of pneumonias that feature increased numbers of eosinophils in the lung tissue. Pneumonia is an inflammatory condition of the lungs, involving the air sacs. When the lungs are inflamed, they become swollen. This can result in low oxygen in the bloodstream.”
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I have a couple questions when is regarding the reports from John Rappaport yesterday about where can I find the information on the masks and such that he referred to I’d like to print out information out for my roommate she’s struggling back and forth she’s an RN I did buy her a couple of the masks from Silver right but I’d like for her to also see in black and white any documentation I could find for her. Also have a question about National Liberty Alliance. Org are you familiar with them all so have you heard of a book called “meet your strawman” and or “hardcore redemption in law” ?? Very fascinating stuff I was given these Resources by a friend just wondered had you heard of and are you familiar with National Liberty Alliance
WHO says there is no need for healthy people to wear face masks, days after the CDC told all Americans to cover their faces The use of face masks on healthy people during the coronavirus pandemic has been a major point of contention and confusion among scientists and the public. On Friday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that all Americans wear face masks when they are in public. But new guidance from the World Health Organization released on Monday says healthy people don’t need to wear face masks and that doing so won’t provide added protection from the coronavirus. There’s some evidence that caretakers of infected people can protect their health by wearing masks, the WHO guidance said, but “there is currently no evidence that wearing a mask (whether medical or other types) by healthy persons in the wider community setting, including universal community masking, can prevent them from infection with respiratory viruses, including COVID-19.” WHO also said community masking could lead to a “false sense of security” and cause people to ignore other evidence-based measures like handwashing and self-isolation.
Masks should not be worn by healthy people to prevent respiratory infection; there is no evidence that wearing masks prevents healthy people from getting sick and masks can be in short supply and unavailable for people who need them https://t.co/UccDxxAIRv
— JAMA (@JAMA_current) March 5, 2020
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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.
GAME ON: Using Unrest & Lockdowns to Rush Through Vaccine Bills As the Coronavirus pandemic fizzles out, legislatures across America are restarting their engines in hopes of driving previously floundering vaccine bills across the finish line. Fueled by an unscientific allegiance to Big Pharma’s product lines, state officials in Colorado and Connecticut, with more to follow, are eagerly hoping to capitalize on the confusion, misfortune and unrest in the country to springboard their bills through unnoticed. Today, Colorado citizens are protesting a vaccine bill [SB 163] at the state’s capitol. The bill discriminates against parents who choose not to have their child vaccinated with every single dose of vaccines currently required for school, by forcing these families to be subjected to state mandated reeducation or a visit with a vaccine provider to have their religious or personal beliefs validated. This also applies to all vaccines required in the future, including a possible COVID-19 vaccine. The bill forces these families into a state tracking system with no informed consent or privacy protections that can and will be used for public health surveillance and interventions. The bill also creates additional, costly burdens for schools.
BREAKING: The Lancet Retracts Controversial Hydroxychloroquine Study Since its May 22 publication in The Lancet medical journal, the multinational observational study of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine as a possible treatment for COVID-19 patients has come under sustained criticism. Days after its publication, an open letter by 182 signatories was sent to The Lancet’s head editor Richard Horton and the now-retracted study’s authors asking for answers to several questions surrounding its statistical analysis and data integrity. At the center of much of the controversy is a dodgy company called Surgisphere. The Lancet has now recently posted an update on its Twitter page stating the following:
Today, three of the authors have retracted "Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine with or without a macrolide for treatment of COVID-19: a multinational registry analysis" Read the Retraction notice and statement from The Lancet https://t.co/pPNCJ3nO8n pic.twitter.com/pB0FBj6EXr
— The Lancet (@TheLancet) June 4, 2020
America at a Crossroads: Freedom vs. Fear Only days ago President Trump made two landmark announcements: First, he took long-awaited action against Big Tech social media giants who have devolved from soft, creeping censorship to heavy-handed open authoritarian suppression of opinion divergent from the establishment narrative. Journalists, doctors, nurses, parents and even Trump himself have all been targeted for ‘wrongspeak’ by Big Tech’s uninvited muzzle. Thursday, Trump signed an executive order seeking to end Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, a law passed by Congress in 1996 which gave sweeping legal immunity social media companies and other online sites against an avalanche of lawsuits. Trump then followed up on the ‘Revoke 230’ move to announce, three weeks ahead of his own self-imposed deadline, the severance of all US ties with the World Health Organization (WHO). The move now leaves Bill Gates as the top funder of the WHO, through his Gates Foundation and GAVI organizations. In other words, this surely signals zero chance the WHO will ever see answers to global health problems beyond injectable product lines. Analysis and focus of both Trump’s moves were quickly acknowledged, then cast aside, by widespread riots and civil unrest, which continues to unfold and escalate in most major American cities.
Questions of The Day!
Thank you for your program and the extra time you spend answering questions. Soon, I will have my annual checkup (I know it’s not smart, but my husband insists), and I want to have some valid information about the COVID test, when I refuse to take it. Jon Rappoport has an article about testing, but he spends most of the time on mental testing flaws. Are there only two tests being used? Are there extensive studies on the validity of these tests? Do they have to have approval of a government agency? Where are the tests manufactured? Thanks again for any information you give concerning testing. God bless you!
A close friend of mine in his mid 60’s who is active and physically fit has been diagnosed with a blood clot that caused one leg below the knee that become swollen. After diagnosis they prescribed blood thinner to break up the clot which I believe would be in the warfarin family. So thinking if I was faced with that situation what could be some better options to consider, wondering about Cardio Miracle supplement combined with Chromium, Selenium and Silica. Appreciate your thoughts on this and items you may use or do to avoid Warfarin.
My wife has vision issues, and after cataract surgery four years ago, her vision has not improved.
She has also been diagnosed with Glaucoma.
We have been searching for anything that can / will help her see better than she does now. What can you recommend as a supplement ?
Thank you in advance.
My wife was listening to a program last week and the woman speaking made two statements that caught my wife’s attention.-1 peanut butter was NOT a good food due to a fungus that grows on the peanut. 2 Food that is seedless such a seedless watermelon etc. is to be avoided because fruit that is seedless is considered harmful-seeds need to be present in fruit so says this woman.
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