October 15th, 2021 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Don Lemon denies CNN ‘lied’ about Joe Rogan’s COVID treatment after claiming podcaster took ‘horse dewormer’ CNN anchor Don Lemon was on the defensive Wednesday night after podcast giant Joe Rogan accused his network of “lying” about his COVID treatment. Rogan confronted CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta over the network’s coverage of his bout with the virus, falsely claiming Rogan used “horse dewormer” instead of the common human form of ivermectin, something Gupta conceded his CNN colleagues should not have said. “Does it bother you that the network you work for out and out lied, just outright lied about me taking horse dewormer?” Rogan grilled Gupta. “They shouldn’t have said that,” Gupta admitted. “Why did they do that?” Rogan asked. “I don’t know,” Gupta responded. “You didn’t ask? You’re the medical guy over there!” Rogan exclaimed. “I didn’t ask,” Gupta said. “I should’ve asked before coming on this podcast.” Following the release of the podcast, Gupta appeared with the “Don Lemon Tonight” anchor, who offered a fierce defense of the network.
The Missing COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Data – and What Joe Rogan Taught Sanjay Gupta If you check back over the headlines and compare the date of specific claims made or promoted by mainstream media, COVID-19 vaccines were touted as safe and effective by the media before any credible evidence on safety had been published. If you have paid attention to the details, you’ll note that almost all of the policy on COVID-19 vaccines was premature set in place prior to sufficient data on safety. This includes CDC’s EUA, the expansion of use from the elderly now down to 12-year-olds, CDC’s passive recommendation for use in pregnant women prior to any safety data, the agenda to expand its use in children from 5-12 years old, and soon thereafter, the push to vaccinate newborns to five year olds. Resistance to COVID-19 vaccination includes a massive number of healthcare professionals – including nurses and doctors. Vaccine stakeholders who have cut corners and skirted the issues act as though each and every safety valve has been checked and re-checked – and they play fast and loose with the probability on risks. Vaccine proponents act the same way. For example, Dr. Sanjay Gupta recently told Joe Rogan (podcast link below) that he told his air conditioning service man that the risk of clotting from the disease was 80 times greater than the risk from injection, but never mentioned that treatment protocols now offer protection against clotting for either group of patients.
Anti-mask activists ordered by Calgary judge to preach science, too A Calgary-based street pastor, his brother and an anti-mask cafe owner have been fined, put on probation and ordered by a judge that they must also preach science if they continue to rail against COVID-19 public health rules. Pastor Artur Pawlowski of Street Church Ministries, his brother Dawid Pawlowski, and Whistle Stop Cafe owner Christopher Scott were sentenced Wednesday, following their contempt of court convictions for having incited others to break public health orders. “They are on the wrong side of science,” said Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Adam Germain. “They are also on the wrong side of common sense.” As part of their probation conditions, Germain ruled that if the three pandemic-denying, anti-mask leaders continued to preach to their followers, they must also present the perspective of medical experts. Germain noted the sentences come as the threat of COVID-19 has “never been greater” in Alberta. Scott and the Pawlowskis “have contributed to this ominous health situation,” said Germain, and “encouraged others to doubt the legitimacy of the pandemic.”
Question of The Day!
Hi Robert and Super D!
It looks like Natural Immunogenics released their Sovereign Copper. How does it differ from the Sovereign Silver? When is it appropriate to use it/what conditions might benefit from it?
Hi RSB and Super D. What are your thoughts on antibody testing? If they haven’t isolated the covid virus, how are they able to test for antibodies? I’ve been wondering about this for some time, I’m hoping you can shed some light on it for me.
EXCLUSIVE: COVID relief funds distributed to cities and states require full compliance with Biden vax mandates; counties can use money to bankrupt and REPLACE local businesses As part of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, so-called “Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds” are distributed to states which then deposit those funds into the bank accounts of counties and cities. Those counties and cities, in turn, are using the federal money to award contracts to local contractors. Those contractors have employees and can hire subcontractors who have their own employees. All through this chain — Federal money, state money, city money, county money, contractor money, payroll money — the money comes with a mandatory vaccine requirement or the funds have to be repaid. This is because the American Rescue Plan of 2021 is administered by the US Treasury. In its terms and conditions document covering federal grant awards, the US Treasury explicitly states that award recipients (and those who receive those funds as they are distributed) must comply with Joe Biden’s “executive orders.”
Mandate or Freedom: An open letter to corporate CEOs Let’s be frank. Who in his right mind would appeal to corporate CEOs on fundamental issues of ethics and freedom? But this is 1776. We’re at the crossroads. Are you going to order your employees to take the COVID vaccine? Are you going to fire those who won’t? Are you going to take away their freedom, for a vaccine that has already caused 700,000 injuries? And by the way, that number represents vast underreporting. The well-known Harvard Pilgrim study concludes vaccine injuries should be multiplied by 100 to arrive at a true number. Let’s get real. There will be many lawsuits filed from many quarters, to stop a vaccine mandate; but the outcome of these legal actions is vastly uncertain. Therefore, you CEOs must… Stand up and refuse. Stand up and say you will not impose a mandate on your employees, NO MATTER WHAT. No mandates, no more lockdowns, no further destruction of the economy, no destruction of millions more lives. Except in a few states, governors can’t be relied on. You CEOs are a prime line of defense, if you have the courage. If you don’t, if your hard-charging reputations are built on a foundation of sand, if your prime loyalty is to a federal government that offers you cash bailouts in return for treachery against the system of free enterprise—what is left of it—then you are lost in a darkness of your own making.
Why Immunity Is the New Buzzword in Food. Even Cheese Balls If you’ve seen a barrage of food packages promising to help your immune system lately, you’re not alone. Even cans of cheese balls now are touting immune-system benefits. Good Crisp Co. this summer launched cheddar cheese balls with an ingredient that “helps strengthen the immune system and enhances its key functions,” the label says. On a recent shopping trip, Colorado mom Grace Resch snapped up a canister,
attracted to the idea of immune support. “It makes me feel even better purchasing, especially right now with everything going on with Covid,” says Ms. Resch, who lives in Thornton, Colo., and has two boys who aren’t yet old enough to get vaccinated against Covid-19. In the Covid-19 era, consumers are eager to bolster their immune systems and companies are filling grocery shelves with products claiming to help. Marketers launched 383 food and beverage products with immune-health claims in the first half of this year, outpacing last year’s first-half count of 326, according to Innova Market Insights, a market research firm. Last year’s full-year total was itself a 31%
increase from the year before.
Special Guest – Marjory Wildcraft
The Grow Network’s founder, Marjory Wildcraft, is featured in “Who’s Who in America” for her work in building deep community resilience, restoring heirloom genetics in gardens and livestock, and advancing the return to natural medicine across the nation. National Geographic featured Marjory as an expert in sustainable living, and she has hosted Mother Earth News’ online “Homesteading Summit.” Marjory also hosts the annual Home Grown Food and Home Medicine Summits, which reach hundreds of thousands of viewers every year.
She is best known for her DVD series Grow Your Own Groceries, which has over a half million copies in use by homesteaders, foodies, preppers, universities, and missionary organizations around the world.
Beloved for her humorous, non-judgmental, get ’er done style, Marjory raised two teenagers in Central Texas and currently splits her time between Paonia, CO, and Puerto Rico. When she’s not building an online network, being “Mom,” and tending her family’s food supply, Marjory loves playing, running, doing gymnastics, skateboarding, acquiring skills from the Paleolithic era (yes, she is part cavewoman!), and experimenting with anything and everything related to food production and sustainability.
Lockdown wellbeing: children who spent more time in nature fared best Children from less affluent backgrounds are likely to have found COVID-19 lockdowns more challenging to their mental health because they experienced a lower connection with nature than their wealthier peers, a new study suggests. A study has found that children who increased their connection to nature during the first COVID-19 lockdown were likely to have lower levels of behavioral and emotional problems, compared to those whose connection to nature stayed the same or decreased—regardless of their socio-economic status. The study, by researchers at the University of Cambridge and the University of Sussex, also found that children from affluent families tended to have increased their connection to nature during the pandemic more than their less affluent peers. Nearly two thirds of parents reported a change in their child’s connection to nature during lockdown, while a third of children whose connection to nature decreased displayed increased problems of wellbeing—either through ‘acting out’ or by increased sadness or anxiety.
Herbal Gas Relief: The Mayan Remedy If you’ve been gardening for a while, there’s a really good chance that you eat a lot of beans. They’re super easy to grow, they’re one of the easiest plants to grow from seed, and they store well. A gardener’s dream! But if you’re someone who is prone to gas after eating beans, then that gardener’s dream can take a nightmarish turn… You might call beans “a blessing and a curse.” Epazote (Dysphania ambrosioides)—also known as Jesuit’s tea, Mexican tea, paico, and wormseed—is a plant with a long and fascinating history. It was grown by the Mayans, the Incas, and the Aztecs—and it is still used to flavor many traditional dishes in Central America, South America, the Caribbean, and Mexico, where it is known as hierba de Santa María. It is used widely as both a culinary and a medicinal herb. Epazote is used to cure people and animals suffering from parasitic worms like roundworms, hookworms, and tapeworms. Because of its effectiveness in controlling worms, it is often added directly to animal feed.
How to Grow Onions to Eat for a Year Onions are a staple food in our kitchen. Depending on what we’ve got cooking, we use between 2-5 lbs. of some kind of onion every week. Since we grow most of our food on our homestead, this means we’ve had to master how to grow onions. Just about any growing guide will tell you that onions are easy to grow. And they are. You can start them from seed, plants, bulbs, or even food scraps (as Marjory shows you in the following link). Onion plants will survive even if you forget to water them through droughts. Leave them in the ground over winter. Or stick them in just about any kind of soil. Now, I said “survive” and not “thrive,” so I wouldn’t recommend these strategies if you actually want large yields of onions to eat. We’ll dig into the details of how to grow onions in a minute. But first, let’s take a look at the varieties of onions. To most people, the word “onion” brings to mind those dried balls of make-you-cry-when-cut goodness you find at the grocery store. Yep, those are onions. They are storage-type onions and are the most common variety available to consumers. They also come in two flavors—sweet and cooking. Sweet onions include those famous Vidalias (which are simply sweet onions specifically grown in the Vidalia region of Georgia). These varieties contain a lot more natural sugars. They can even taste a bit like dessert if you caramelize them in your cast iron pan with butter and a splash of good balsamic vinegar.