September 27th, 2023 3-5PM ET
Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
CDC Data: COVID “Deaths” Plummeted Once Federal Money for Hospitals Ran Out
Recent data from the CDC indicates a significant drop in COVID-19 related deaths once federal funding for hospitals ceased. The article explores the correlation between the decrease in deaths and the end of financial incentives for hospitals, raising questions about the impact of monetary factors on the reporting and treatment of COVID-19 cases.
Special Guest: U.S. Representative Thomas Massie
U.S. Representative Thomas Massie entered Congress in November 2012 after serving as Lewis County Judge Executive. He represents Kentucky’s 4th Congressional District which stretches across Northern Kentucky and 280 miles of the Ohio River. U.S. Representative Massie attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. During school, he invented a technology that enabled people to interact with computers using their sense of touch and leveraged that technology to found SensAble Technologies, Inc., which raised over $32 million of venture capital, created 70 jobs, and obtained 29 patents. The hardware and software he developed is now used to design automobiles, jewelry, shoes, dental prosthetics, and even reconstructive implants for wounded soldiers. In Congress, Thomas serves on three committees: the House Committee on Rules, the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure, and the House Judiciary Committee. The House Committee on Rules is amongst the oldest standing committees in the House, having been first formally constituted on April 2, 1789. The Committee is commonly known as “The Speaker’s Committee” because it is the mechanism that the Speaker uses to maintain control of the House Floor, and was chaired by the Speaker until 1910. Because of the vast power wielded by the Rules Committee, its ratio has traditionally been weighted in favor of the majority party, and has been in its “2 to 1” (9 majority and 4 minority members) configuration since the late 1970s.
The House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure has jurisdiction over roads, bridges, mass transit, railroads, aviation, maritime and waterborne transit. The Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction over laws that affect intellectual property, industrial hemp, civil liberties, firearms, and other topics that were among the reasons Thomas ran for Congress! In addition to serving on these committees, Thomas is the Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Administrative State, Regulatory Reform, and Antitrust, and he serves as a member of the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. Thomas lives on a cattle farm in Kentucky with his wife and high school sweetheart, Rhonda, and they have four children. He’s honored to be able to serve the citizens of Kentucky’s 4th District.
Special Guest: Michael Gaeta
Bio: Dr Michael Gaeta’s purpose is to co-create a world of vital, resilient people who choose a lifestyle of “nature first, drugs last.” To accomplish this, he treats patients with Chinese and functional medicine, and helps natural health professionals upgrade their patient care. Michael holds licenses in acupuncture, dietetics-nutrition, and massage therapy. He is also an clinical herbalist, and a doctor of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in Rhode Island. He earned his Master of Science degree in acupuncture from the New York College of Health Professions, where he was a faculty member for ten years. He holds additional degrees in massage therapy, Asian bodywork therapy, and health sciences. Over the last 29 years, he has trained 20,000 practitioners. His teaching is informed by 33 years of successful clinical practice. Michael was a faculty member at Tri-State College of Acupuncture, New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, New York Chiropractic College, Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine, and Southwest Acupuncture College. He has taught hundreds of professional continuing education seminars, and spoken at dozens of natural healthcare colleges and conferences internationally.
He has taught bioethics nationally over the last 26 years, and was part of the team that drafted the US model code of ethics for the acupuncture profession. He co-founded Acupuncture for Veterans, which provided free treatments in New York City. Michael is past president of the Acupuncture Society of New York, earning awards for State Association and State Association President of the Year. Dr Gaeta appeared on the CBS Early Show and NBC News, and his wellness podcast attracted over 100,000 subscribers. Michael is also a pianist, which was his first career. Through the Gaeta Institute for Wholistic Health Education, Dr Gaeta and his faculty provide gives live and online courses for health professionals and the public. Dr Gaeta has also been active nationally in promoting health choice and medical informed consent for 22 years. More at michaelgaeta.com.
Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re focusing on Natrum Muriaticum, a remedy often used for chronic grief and emotional hurt.
This guide will delve into the various applications of Natrum Muriaticum, particularly its effectiveness in treating emotional and psychological issues.
Question of The Day!
Hi Robert and Super Don, my 3 year great nephew had a mass on his kidney, doctor claim it was stage 4. The surgery was difficult because they said it was attached to other parts around the kidney which the ended up removing the kidney. Now they are starting chemo and radiation, I pray he doesn’t need it for 5 months which is what my niece said. I mentioned giving him selenium, how much should give him and what else would you suggest? Thank you for your help. Yolanda
Merck Covid drug linked to virus mutations that can spread between people, new study says
A new study has found that a COVID-19 drug developed by Merck is linked to virus mutations that have the potential to spread between people. The study raises concerns about the long-term implications of using such drugs, especially in the context of ongoing vaccination efforts.
‘Jeopardy!’ Fans Accuse Show of Promoting ‘COVID Vaccine Propaganda’
Fans of the popular game show ‘Jeopardy!’ have accused the show of promoting COVID-19 vaccine propaganda. The controversy has sparked a debate about the role of entertainment platforms in disseminating health information.
US Plans $100 Million to Combat Deadly Bacteria
The United States government is planning to invest $100 million to combat drug-resistant bacteria. The initiative aims to develop new antibiotics and other treatments to fight against deadly bacteria that have become resistant to existing drugs.
Blue light from smartphones and tablets triggering puberty early, study reveals
A recent study has revealed that the blue light emitted from smartphones and tablets could be triggering early puberty in children. The study adds to the growing body of evidence concerning the health impacts of screen time on young people.
Could FEMA’s ‘Emergency Alert’ Next Week Trigger 5G-Activated Epidemic?
Speculation is rising about whether FEMA’s planned ‘Emergency Alert’ next week could trigger a 5G-activated epidemic. The article discusses the potential risks and uncertainties surrounding 5G technology and its possible impact on public health.