Sep 12, 2019 3-5PM 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:
Who joins Purdue on pharma’s top 10 settlements list? Merck, GSK and Pfizer, for starters Purdue’s pending opioid settlement with thousands of cities and counties, worth between $10 billion and $12 billion, could rank as the largest deal ever inked by a pharma if it passes a Cleveland federal judge’s muster. But where do pharma’s other major settlements fall on that list? The top 10 largest federal settlements list is a who’s who of some of pharma’s biggest companies, including Merck, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Eli Lilly. If Purdue’s deal is approved, it would more than double the amount from the closest federal settlement—Merck takes an ignoble second place with a Vioxx settlement signed in 2007—but it could be eclipsed by other drugmakers ensnared in national opioid lawsuits.
Trump takes swipes at Bolton, says former national security adviser made ‘big mistakes’ President Trump blasted John Bolton Wednesday for making “some big mistakes” during his tenure as national security adviser, extending the veteran Republican’s ugly parting into a second day. Speaking to the press in the Oval Office, the president elaborated on the reasons why Bolton left his high-profile post and said that he asked the foreign policy hawk to step down amid complaints that Bolton was not working well with others in the White House. “He made some big mistakes,” Trump said. “John wasn’t in line with what we were doing.” Trump added: “John came to see me the night before and I told him, ‘You aren’t getting along with a lot of people and a lot of people don’t like your tactics and your ideas and I would like you to resign.’” Trump’s comments contradict Bolton’s tweeted version of events, in which the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said he offered to resign but the president would not immediately accept it.
Warren, on debate day, proposes Social Security boost of $200 per month Declaring that “it’s getting harder to save enough for a decent retirement,” Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Thursday unveiled a plan to increase monthly Social Security benefits by $200 for every current and future beneficiary. The plan, which the Massachusetts Democrat touted as “the biggest and most progressive increase in Social Security benefits in nearly half a century,” was released hours before Warren joins nine of her 2020 rivals for the third-round Democratic primary debate. Warren said that the “typical Social Security benefits today are quite small,” noting the average beneficiary receives $1,354 a month, or $16,248 a year. Nearly 64 million Americans are Social Security beneficiaries. “And here’s the even scarier part: unless we act now, future retirees are going to be in even worse shape than the current ones,” she stressed. Warren’s proposal also calls for updating what she describes as “outdated rules to further increase benefits for lower-income families, women, people with disabilities, public-sector workers and people of color.”
Marianne Williamson caught on hot mic criticizing Dems: ‘Conservatives are nicer to me’ Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson was caught on a hot mic last week blasting Democrats and questioning why Republican media is nicer to her “than the lefties are.” In Wednesday’s edition of Sinclair’s “America This Week,” host Eric Bolling played a clip following a previous interview with Ms. Williamson last week. After the interview, where she knocked Democrats’ “condescending attitudes” toward people of faith, Ms. Williamson continued her tear against “lefties” while the cameras were still rolling. “What does it say that Fox News is nicer to me than the lefties are? What does it say that the conservatives are nicer to me? It’s such a bizarre world,” she said. “I’m such a leftie, I’m a serious leftie, but there’s … I understand why people on the right — I didn’t think the left was as mean as the right. They are.”
Hour 2 – vScienceBites With Dr. Sherri Tenpenny!
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Date: September 12, 2019
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Influenza and Influenza Vaccines – PART 1
(full course on INFLUENZA available at www.VaccineU.com )
1. The Illness
I think most people are familiar with the symptoms of flu:
- Sudden onset of chills, headache, weakness, aches and pains, sore throat, swollen glands, painful eye movements, and loss of appetite. The fever can be high.
- When the acute symptoms begin to resolve over 3-5 days, a dry hacking and protracted cough may remain for weeks.
There are two things that are important: 1) the primary difference between a sinus infection or cold and influenza is that influenza is usually in the lungs, and has deep body aches where a cold or sinus infection – or allergies – are primarily in your head – and #2 – INFLUENZA IS CUASED BY INFLUENZA VIRUSES….and it is a respiratory illness. If you have vomiting, diarrhea or other gastrointestinal complaints, you may call this “the flu” – but it is not. And flu shots would not prevent this…which we will go into more detail in a few minutes.
2. The history of the vaccine
Influenza viruses were first isolated in the late 1920s. Scientists were working tirelessly to find a preventive vaccine for influenza, after experiencing the Great Influenza Epidemic of the 1915-1918.
If you read my book, FOWL, you know that I attributed to the massive number of deaths to chemical warfare combined with “garden variety influenza viruses” – it took me months to find the references that connected the dots, but hence, I digress!
The first live virus influenza vaccine was tested on ferrets in 1936…and it wasn’t long after that when influenza viruses began to be grown in embryonated eggs….which continues to this very day.
Selecting the three – now four – viruses that go into each year’s flu shot among the hundreds of strains and substrains is nothing more than an educated guess. And THEN that virus must grow well in eggs….or it is mixed with an influenza virus strain that DOES grow well in eggs. The resultant virus…., well, it’s man-made. How much it matches influenza viruses in circulation is a completely guess!
How prevalent is the flu? This is critically important! (I’ll explain…)
Does all this mixing and matching do any good? Well a recent article says this:
June 26, 2019 – Journal: Influenza (full text)
“Co-circulation of different influenza types, subtypes, and strains has allowed for [rare] coincidental infection with more than one type or subtype of influenza. In addition, consecutive infection with influenza A and B viruses within a single season has been demonstrated….This case report suggests that an influenza virus can evade the immune response [antibodies] vaccinated child who was recently infected with a similar virus.”
So, not only can you get sick with influenza viruses more than once, even if you’ve been vaccinated, but you have an 85% chance of having an ILI – even if you’re vaccinated. So, what good is a flu shot?
3. Problematic Ingredients
Here is a SHORT LIST of some of the ingredients that can be found in various flu shots. In 2018, there were only SIX different brands left on the market – GSK is cannibalizing its competitors.
We talked about problematic ingredients before, in July’s vScienceBites – so you can look at these details in the archives –OR better! – go to www. VaccineU.com and purchase the 7-part course on vaccine problematic ingredients. If you by the bundle, you can save a significant amount of money!
- Triton X100 – a detergent the breaks down into ethylene oxide, a KNOWN carcinogen
- Polysorbate 80 –known to cause infertility in female mice
- Formaldehyde – known carcinogen by every govt agency that monitors chemicals
- Gelatin – Fluzone- known to cause allergic reactions
- Latex – in the stopper of many of the flu shots still have latex allergies!
- Thimerosal – multidose flu shots still have mercury
Let’s take a dive into TWO MORE studies that show the problems with vaccines – OF NOTE: The TenpennyResearchLibrary.com has >300 articles like this – on INFLUENZA alone. It is by far the largest single section in the library – and it grows all the time.
May 11, 2016 – Vaccine (abstract) “Analysis of VAERS July 1, 2013−May 31, 2015
Flu shots have always had three viruses. Beginning in 2013, they started adding a second serotype B virus to all flu shots, beginning with shots given to babies six months of age.
In this VAERS review of 1,828 reports in persons 6 months to 17 years of age, 1,265 reports (69%) were considered to be severe. There were large number of “typical” reports – fever, injection site swelling and extremity pain. However, there were 12 deaths, six in children and six in adults, but researchers wrote these off as a “non-cluster” and nothing to be concerned about. There were 19 reports of anaphylaxis and six were serious. There were 14 cases of GBS; 13 of those cases were considered to be serious.
And what was the Conclusion of the article? Influenza vaccination is the best way to protect against influenza disease and its complications. The Quadravalent vaccines provide protection. In our review of VAERS, we did not identify any safety concerns for IIV4 vaccination.
October 26, 2016 – Vaccine (full text) “Passive immunization for influenza through antibody therapies, a review of the pipeline, challenges and potential applications”
This article points out that all clinical trials to determine the safety of vaccines are conducted on “healthy” adults. They conclude the following:
“While trials in healthy humans can provide evidence of efficacy, trials should also be conducted on at risk-populations, such as pregnant women, the elderly, children or persons with underlying chronic conditions especially the immunocompromised. Because pharmaceutical drugs are more likely to be taken by those in these groups, demonstrating efficacy and safety in these populations is important as they may not respond the same as healthy adults.”
But what groups have flu shots most pushed on them to take?
Pregnant women, children, the elderly and those who are immunocompromised.
The MVI Spring 2019 course is closed for enrollment – Click here to be added to the list for the Fall Open Enrollment, which will be Sept. 26 to Oct. 1, 2019
In Case you missed it, the 8-week course includes:
- 8 educational modules, released for view on Saturday each week
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- Nearly 80 pdf articles from peer-reviewed and mainstream sources that are the references for the course
- Open communication board with Dr. Sherri and with Matt – and
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What bonuses come with the course?
After enrollment, you will receive the following valuable bonuses, materials that you will refer back to for years to come:
Bonus #1: eBook by Dr. Tenpenny – “Sowing Seeds of Vaccine Information” – One of the themes discussed throughout the entire Boot Camp is the concept of sowing seeds. This eBook will be referred to over and over during your training and beyond.
Bonus #2: In addition to the eBook, we have created a beautiful powerpoint slide you can keep on your phone or your laptop to share the concept of “Sowing Seeds” with others
Bonus #3: As a bonus for the Fall 2018 Boot Camp Course, Matt put together a presentation called “Boundaries with Bullies.” For this Course, additional information has been added for a 30-minute training on “Setting Boundaries with Bullies.”
Bonus #4: After the Boot Camp course has concluded, you will have an opportunity to have an hour with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny in Reddit-style “Ask Me Anything” – you can ask personal questions or ask about alternative medicine or any questions you have about vaccines.
Bonus #5: Considering the current push toward mandatory vaccination, we are putting together a Bonus Mini-Course called “Counterpoints to the Anti-Vaccine WHO Playbook” – This mini-course will be a FULL presentation PLUS one-hour LIVE Zoom class and discussion. The dates will be scheduled after the conclusion of the course by polling all students to determine the most convenient week to schedule this Bonus Mini-Course. This course will later be available on VaccineU.com for $125 – but this is a FREE BONUS when you enroll in the Spring Boot Camp Course.
Bonus #6: All students will receive a GIFT COUPON for a module of their choice inside of VaccineU at $39 value!
So, there you have it – full detail about the course, full explanation about the bonuses.
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