March 3rd, 2021 3-5PM ET
Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Special Guest – Pam Popper
Questions of The Day!
G’day again from down under. So my knees are starting to hurt. My left knee in particular makes a clicking noise when I climb the stairs & the arch of my left foot is constantly in pain (not a shoe issue). What could I be deficient in? What do you recommend I do / take / eat? Thanks!
Hello. My son and I are about 2 weeks into your Sovereign Silver/Aloe protocol. We’ve been taking 2 Tbsp of Sovereign Silver with 2 Tbsp Aloe gel, 3 times a day. When I read all the literature, this seems like a rather high dosage. I guess want to double check that this dosage is safe. Also, your protocol says you may need to take this for up to 8 weeks. Does that mean at the same dosage? For SURE we’re not going to turn blue??? Thank you.
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?
Texas becomes biggest US state to lift COVID-19 mask mandate Texas is lifting its mask mandate, Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday, making it the largest state to no longer require one of the most effective ways to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The announcement in Texas, where the virus has killed more than 43,000 people, rattled doctors and big city leaders who said they are now bracing for another deadly resurgence. One hospital executive in Houston said he told his staff they would need more personnel and ventilators. Federal health officials this week urgently warned states to not let their guard down, warning that the pandemic is far from over. Abbott, a Republican, has faced sustained criticism from his party in America’s biggest red state over the statewide mask mandate — which was imposed eight months ago — as well as business occupancy limits that Texas will also scuttle next week. The mask order was only ever lightly enforced, even during the worst outbreaks of the pandemic. “Removing statewide mandates does not end personal responsibility,” said Abbott, speaking from the crowded dining room of a restaurant in Lubbock, surrounded by several people not wearing masks.
3-month-old babies are racist, says Arizona Department of Education’s ‘equity’ toolkit The Arizona Department of Education has crafted an “equity” toolkit designed to teach critical race theory to children, offering a number of recommended readings on the topic. The toolkit teaches, among other things, that babies start to become racist at just three months of age. The toolkit insists that babies must be spoken to about race, as “letting children draw their own conclusions based on what they see” leads to racism. It is unclear how allowing children to think for themselves leads to racism. It also suggests that white children specifically are strongly biased in favour of their own race by the time they are five years old, but claimed that such a phenomenon does not exist among black and “latinx” children. To solve this problem, the toolkit advises parents to begin speaking to their children about race “even before their children can speak.” It also suggests that schools need to take on a “proactive approach to teaching white students about race and racial identity” and that “race is an essential part of one’s identity.” One of the recommended readings discusses the topic of white fragility, a racist Kafka trap whereby a white person disputing claims that they are a racist is taken as evidence of racism. The reading says that white people deny their own racism “to feel better about themselves.” Critical race theory originated in academia but is now being implemented in the curricula of schools across the United States.
Do we need a vaccine “bill of rights,” or does the Constitution already protect health freedom? America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) has created a new tool for state lawmakers to craft Vaccine Bill of Rights (VBOR) legislation as a defense against mandatory vaccination. In the face of “intrusive, dangerous and unnecessary proposals,” to quote Patrick Delaney of LifeSiteNews, many Americans are concerned that the United States might go the way of Israel in requiring Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccination as a type of health “passport” in order to buy and sell. AFLDS is working on the frontlines to stop this from happening. The VBOR was composed, according to AFLDS, “so that state legislatures can re-affirm their commitment to individual rights of conscience, assembly, and movement.” “You are now armed with the tools to fight for your freedom,” a draft resolution of the document template reads. “THIS IS YOUR MISSION.” You, your family, and your friends are all free to access the VBOR document, which AFLDS is urging people to send to their state representatives along with a petition urging them “to pass the resolution immediately.” The LifeSite Action Center has created a nationwide “Alert” on its Voter Voice Platform that simplifies the process with a one-step contact form.
‘Morally compromised.’ Why one archdiocese urges Catholics to avoid newest COVID vaccine The Archdiocese of New Orleans has advised Catholics against receiving the new Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, calling the one-dose shot “morally compromised.” In a statement Friday, the religious organization said the new vaccine should be avoided due to its link to an “abortion-derived cell line” used in the vaccine’s development and production phases. But the available vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are “morally acceptable,” the archdiocese wrote, because only some lab testing utilized stem cells from aborted fetuses, making their connection to abortion “extremely remote.” “We maintain that the decision to receive the COVID-19 vaccine remains one of individual conscience in consultation with one’s healthcare provider,” the archdiocese wrote. “In doing so, we advise that if the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine is available, Catholics should choose to receive either of those vaccines rather than receive the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine because of its extensive use of abortion-derived cell lines.” The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is the third COVID-19 vaccine to be authorized for emergency use in the U.S., joining the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines in the fight against the pandemic. Unlike its predecessors, the Johnson & Johnson shot only requires one dose and has an overall efficacy rate of about 66% in preventing moderate to severe coronavirus infection, McClatchy News reported.
Are There Dangerous Chemicals in Your Pet’s Food and Water? A recent study has found that glyphosate and its derivatives are widespread in the urine of cats and dogs. Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup and the world’s most commonly used herbicide, has been classified as a “probable human carcinogen” by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, and it’s a known carcinogen to animals. Glyphosate Found in Pet Urine as Juries Continue to Award Billions There have been more than 125,000 lawsuits against Bayer, the company who owns Roundup, claiming that the company knew that glyphosate causes cancer and that company executives deliberately kept the information from regulators and consumers. In the most recent case, a jury awarded $2 billion in punitive damages to a couple who say that glyphosate caused their non-Hodgkin lymphoma. In June 2018, Bayer purchased Monsanto, the original creator of glyphosate and Roundup. Last year, Bayer paid more than $10 billion to end thousands of lawsuits. As more evidence is presented and juries continue to hand down punishing verdicts regarding the herbicide, this new study poses questions about its effect on our pets – and the extent to which this chemical is poisoning our planet. Despite thousands of lawsuits, billions of dollars in damages, and loss of human life, glyphosate is still sprayed on fields worldwide to the tune of over 300 million pounds a year in the U.S. alone.
Are Your Dog Grooming Products Toxic? Here’s How to Tell According to the American Pet Products Association, Americans spent about $70 billion on their furry, feathered, and scaly family members in 2017. Of that amount, roughly $7 billion (or 10%) was for grooming products, services, and boarding. It’s part of being a responsible parent to make sure our pets are kept clean and well-groomed. But how safe are commercial pet products, really? Better yet, what are the alternatives if you want to keep your pet looking good and staying healthy? Your Dog or Cat is More Sensitive Than You to Harsh Chemicals We all know the names of some pretty awful stuff found in the commercial soaps made for humans. The list for pet shampoos is similar. The only difference is that these chemicals can hurt your dog or cat even more. One obvious issue is that dogs and cats like to lick themselves – a lot. Whatever residue remains on your pet’s fur after a bath will eventually wind up in their digestive system, and thus their internal organs. This includes harmful chemicals which may lead to conditions like cancer. Secondly, dogs and cats are more sensitive to these substances than humans are. This has to do with how their internal organs work and the makeup of their skin. Your pet’s skin has a different pH than yours does. While human skin pH hovers around 4 to 5.5, dogs and cats normally maintain a skin pH of about 7.0 to 7.2 (the pH of their fur is slightly lower). All mammals, including humans, also have what is called an “acid mantle” – a protective layer of acidic oil that covers the top layer of skin. Human shampoos are designed with the human mantle and pH in mind.3 Most human soaps and shampoos will wash off this mantle to a degree, but it will be reestablished in about 10 to 12 hours.
Popular flea collar linked to almost 1,700 pet deaths. The EPA has issued no warning Rhonda Bomwell had never used a flea and tick collar before. Pierre, her 9-year-old Papillon service dog, was mostly an indoor animal. Still, her veterinarian recommended she purchase one, so Bomwell went to the pet store near her home in Somerset, New Jersey, and selected Bayer’s Seresto collar. A day later, on June 2, 2020, Pierre had a seizure, collapsing while Bomwell was making dinner. Lying on his back, the dog stopped breathing and his eyes rolled back. Bomwell tried giving him CPR. Then she called the police. An officer helped her lift the dog into her car, and she rushed him to the hospital. Pierre died before he could receive medical treatment. Bomwell didn’t think to take off Pierre’s collar. “I just didn’t put it together,” she said. Bomwell isn’t alone. Seresto, one of the most popular flea and tick collars in the country, has been linked to hundreds of pet deaths, tens of thousands of injured animals and hundreds of harmed humans, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency documents show. Yet the EPA has done nothing to inform the public of the risks.