January 12, 2023 1-3PM ET
Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Sacred Fire of Liberty!
It’s that time of the week where we get to explore the political healing that this country needs so desperately! Jonathan Emord is back to help us dissect the latest political news that’s fit to print:
The Constitution’s Grant of Independent Power to States Against Alien Invasion Are the states defenseless against the invasion of illegals coming across their borders? Are they legally bound to do nothing except that which the Biden Administration allows? No. The Constitution expressly reserves to the states sovereign power to defend against invasions and imminent dangers. Although ordinarily when Congress acts on a subject in furtherance of its constitutional powers, the states are pre-empted from occupying the field or acting in a contrary manner, Article I, Section 10 includes an express exception for the states to engage in self-defense. It authorizes the states to employ extraordinary powers in self-defense, among them the power to keep troops and even to engage in war if “actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.” That power necessarily includes the power for border states to build a border wall, to raise an army to interdict unlawful state border crossings, and to arrest, detain, and eject to their countries of origin all illegal entrants.
States Must Sue Biden and Invoke the Guarantee Clause to Secure the Border On January 5, President Biden announced an unprecedented revision to immigration law that will enormously increase the number of immigrants entering the United States, granting them temporary legal status without assurance of compliance with existing immigration laws. Under Biden’s executive action, some 30,000 migrants per month from Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela will enter the United States with work permits through a new application process available in their own countries. Congress has not enacted any law to permit this change or to otherwise authorize executive branch procedures for new mass monthly immigration (exploding the number of those with work permits by 360,000 new immigrants a year). To counter this unlawful presidential assumption of congressional power, states victimized need to sue to enjoin the violation of the Constitution’s separation of powers doctrine, but they also need to take an additional, novel step. They should invoke the Guarantee Clause of the Constitution and demand that the federal government honor its guarantee to quell insurrection and violence in the states by enforcing existing immigration law requirements to secure the border.
Biden’s Classified-Document Headache Worsens With Second Batch Joe Biden’s efforts to quell a controversy over classified documents in his private possession became more difficult after aides discovered a second set, a development that will intensify scrutiny of the president. The revelation, reported Wednesday by NBC News and the New York Times, that records were found at a separate location from the first set are likely to prompt tough questions for the White House and fuel criticism from Republicans — even though they dismiss more serious accusations against former President Donald Trump. While the different approaches taken by Trump and Biden toward the documents have made it hard for Republicans to draw an equivalence, the string of discoveries will raise pressure on the White House to answer questions it has dismissed. Aides have repeatedly declined to say why classified material dating from Biden’s time as vice president wasn’t in the government’s possession and why the discovery of the first batch wasn’t disclosed sooner. The developments have politically complicated the case against Trump, though Democrats have defended Biden by pointing out that his representatives immediately returned the materials upon their discovery unlike Trump’s efforts to fight their return.
7 Facts Fauci Knew But Hid From the Public The following is a paraphrase of the opening round — the warning shot — by U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) Tuesday in which he used his time to outline seven facts that Dr. Anthony Fauci knew, and, more importantly, what Fauci did, and did not do, when he was made aware of these facts.This does not bode well for Fauci and those involved in the cover-up.
- Fauci understood that American tax dollars went to EcoHealth Alliance and that money was then funneled to the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) lab in China.
- Fauci knew EcoHealth Alliance was given an exemption from the pause on gain-of-function research.
- Fauci knew that the security standards at the WIV lab in China were deficient.
- Fauci knew that EcoHealth Alliance was not in compliance with its grant reporting requirements and wasn’t adhering to the contract.
- Fauci knew that gain-of-function research was in fact being conducted in
the WIV lab in China.
- Fauci knew that the standard P3CO interagency review process wasn’t followed in approving the grant to EcoHealth Alliance.
- Fauci knew that the virus likely came from the lab where U.S. taxpayer dollars were sent … the very city where that lab is at, a deadly virus breaks out that would ultimately kill six million people around the world.
Judge finds school has immunity in unauthorized vaccination of 6-year-old A judge dealt some blows to a lawsuit seeking damages related to the vaccination of a 6-year-old for COVID-19 against his parents’ wishes at a West Brattleboro elementary school. Last week, Judge Michael Kainen granted the state of Vermont’s motion to dismiss the suit and the Windham Southeast School District’s motion for judgment on the pleadings. The lawsuit was filed in Windham Superior Court, Civil Division by Tony and Shujen Politella of Brattleboro, the parents of the Academy School student, who are being represented by attorney Ron Ferrara of Fitts, Olson, Giddings & Ferrara in Brattleboro. “The court found that federal law granted the district immunity based on the administration of the vaccine,” Pietro Lynn, attorney for the school district, said in an email response to the Reformer. “It is possible that other claims could be raised that fall outside the immunity grant, but those have not yet been raised.” In a statement to the Reformer, the Vermont Attorney General’s Office said, “Under federal law, claims can only be brought based on the administration of a pandemic countermeasure if willful misconduct caused a death or serious physical injury, which did not happen here. The Court agreed with the State’s analysis of federal law and appropriately dismissed the case.” Attorneys for both parties submitted filings based on their view of the federal Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act. In the pleadings, the state pointed to immunity provided through the law to encourage rapid and effective responses to public health emergencies by limiting the legal liability of those actors working to expeditiously respond to such crises.” “Upon review of a number of state and federal court decisions which have examined the preemptive effect of the PREP Act upon state law claims such as the Plaintiffs’, this Court finds that the Plaintiffs’ Complaint must be dismissed for failure to state a viable claim for relief,” Kainen wrote. “The PREP Act provides one exception to immunity — when serious injury or death occurs through willful misconduct.”
Hundreds of ‘Tylenol Lawsuits’ Allege Retailers, Manufacturers Knew Acetaminophen During Pregnancy Could Cause Autism, ADHD Hundreds of “Tylenol lawsuits” already have been filed against retailers and manufacturers alleging they sold products containing acetaminophen to pregnant women, knowing the medications could harm the developing fetus. The number of lawsuits could soon reach into the thousands, according to an attorney who spoke to The Defender. Attorney W. Mark Lanier described the lawsuits — which allege acetaminophen use during pregnancy can cause children to be born with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) — as “some of the most important health litigation pending in the United States right now.” Lanier, founder and CEO of the Houston-based Lanier Law Firm involved in several high-profile product litigation lawsuits, told The Defender: “Autism and mental health development or mental development issues touch a huge number of Americans. We believe the science indicates that taking Tylenol can cause many of these problems, period. We think the science backs this up, we think the biology backs it up, and we are eager to prove that in a court. “The goal here is not to take Tylenol off the market. The goal here is to put a warning on it so that doctors and expectant mothers are able to make an intelligent decision of what risks they will expose their child to during pregnancy.”
Special Guest James Roguski
James Roguski is a researcher, author, natural health proponent and an activist who believes that the old systems are rightfully crumbling, so we must build their replacements quickly. James uncovered documents regarding proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations and was instrumental in raising awareness about them which resulted in the amendments being rejected. James is now doing everything possible to expose the WHO’s hidden agenda behind their proposed “pandemic treaty” as well as the WHO’s ongoing attempts to amend the International Health Regulations.
An Open Letter to the United States Congress This email is to alert you to secret negotiations that are ongoing regarding proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations. This is NOT in regards to the proposed “Pandemic Treaty.” The Senate will NOT be asked to give its “advice and consent.” These proposed amendments seek an international agreement that would dissolve national sovereignty and replace it with a global medical and financial dictatorship, which would take away the United State’s sovereign authority, individual State authority under the 10th Amendment as well as the people’s unalienable right to privacy regarding health matters and freedom to travel. I demand that you actually read the official documents below and publicly state your position in regards to the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations.
Pentagon Formally Rescinds COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Troops The Pentagon on Tuesday announced it is formally ending its COVID-19 vaccine mandate for troops after President Biden signed into law a massive defense spending bill that required the measure’s termination, bringing a close to the contentious issue that drew considerable ire from Republicans. Notably, the memorandum dated Jan. 10 and signed by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin stated that standing policies regarding vaccines remain in effect. Those policies include the “ability of commanders to consider, as appropriate, the individual immunization status of personnel in making deployment, assignment, and other operational decisions, including when vaccination is required for travel to, or entry into, a foreign nation.”“The health and readiness of the Force are crucial to the Department’s ability to defend our nation,” the Defense Department said in a press release. “Secretary Austin continues to encourage all Service members, civilian employees, and contractor personnel to get vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 to ensure Total Force readiness.”
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