Oct 3, 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:
A Trump Impeachment Hearing Would Be Must-See TV—And A Ratings Boon If President Donald Trump is impeached and the subsequent trial is televised live, viewers will get extensive coverage on cable news networks, broadcast networks and PBS. Live televised congressional hearings have a long history, beginning in 1951, with several investigative hearings on gambling held by Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver on interstate gambling followed by the Army-McCarthy hearings, which aired live on ABC and DuMont for 36 days in 1954. Despite the lower penetration in TV homes across the country, both hearings were very popular with viewers. More recently, Trump’s ascension to the White House has resulted in record high TV ratings for several cable networks. Since the televised Republican presidential debates in 2015, Fox News, MSNBC and CNN have sustained strong ratings and ranked among the top-rated cable networks on television for several years.
Impeachment? Bring it on. Trump can put the Dems on trial in the Senate The entrenched elites of both parties and a large portion of the corrupt upper federal bureaucracy understand the mortal threat President Trump poses to them. This threat has been the driving force behind the continuous efforts to destroy the Trump presidency since (and before) the president’s inauguration. These forces have no doubt already figured out they can’t beat the president at the ballot box. Impeachment is their last desperate chance to rid themselves of the man who has so effectively exposed their self-enrichment and multiple sell-outs of the American people. And now they think they see their chance — based on a single telephone call in which America’s president, reasonably and with more than good cause, suspecting criminal wrongdoing, may have sought the assistance of a foreign head of state in getting to the bottom of his amply justified suspicions. They are counting on the now widely and deeply loathed former Republican, Mitt Romney, to round up enough Republican turncoat Trump-haters to reach two thirds of the Senate — all without regard to the total absence of anything remotely approaching “high crimes and misdemeanors.”
ID2020 and partners launch program to provide digital ID with vaccines The ID2020 Alliance has launched a new digital identity program at its annual summit in New York, in collaboration with the Government of Bangladesh, vaccine alliance Gavi, and new partners in government, academia, and humanitarian relief. The program to leverage immunization as an opportunity to establish digital identity was unveiled by ID2020 in partnership with the Bangladesh Government’s Access to Information (a2i) Program, the Directorate General of Health Services, and Gavi, according to the announcement. “We are implementing a forward-looking approach to digital identity that gives individuals control over their own personal information, while still building off existing systems and programs,” says Anir Chowdhury, policy advisor at a2i. “The Government of Bangladesh recognizes that the design of digital identity systems carries far-reaching implications for individuals’ access to services and livelihoods, and we are eager to pioneer this approach.”
DNC accuses Facebook of allowing Trump ‘to mislead the American people’ The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is accusing Facebook of allowing President Trump to “mislead the American people” without facing any consequences. DNC CEO Seema Nanda made the allegations in a Tuesday interview with CNN just a week after the tech giant announced that it would not remove posts or advertisements from politicians if they happen to violate the company’s community rules. Nanda told CNN Facebook’s move will allow Trump to “mislead the American people on their platform unimpeded.” “We know that Trump has an utter disregard for the truth,” she said. “Social media platforms have a responsibility to protect our democracy and counter disinformation online. This is a serious missed opportunity by Facebook,” Nanda added. Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Hill on Nanda’s remarks. Trump has frequently used platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to lash out at political opponents and promote his administration’s talking points. The Trump campaign has also spent almost $20 million on Facebook ads since May 2018.
Rob Schneider Slams Kamala Harris: ‘Grossly Un-American’ to Call on Twitter to Suspend Trump Actor Rob Schneider slammed Sen. Kamala Harris on Monday night after the Democratic presidential candidate said President Donald Trump’s “Twitter account should be suspended.” “Government officials asking corporations to sensor people is grossly unAmerican,” Rob Schneider said in reaction to Sen. Harris’ remarks on CNN. “Free Speech is to protect not just the speech you like but also the speech you find abhorrent. @KamalaHarris you are either for ALL of it or NONE of it.” Sen. Harris joined CNN’s Anderson Cooper and called for President Trump to be de-platformed. “Frankly, when you look at what he’s been tweeting today, directed at the whistleblower, directed at so many people, I frankly, think that based on this and all we’ve seen him do before, including attacking members of Congress that frankly his Twitter account should be suspended,” Harris said.
How Independent Are Vaccine Defenders? They’re some of the most trusted voices in the defense of vaccine safety: the American Academy of Pediatrics, Every Child By Two, and pediatrician Dr. Paul Offit. But CBS News has found these three have something more in common – strong financial ties to the industry whose products they promote and defend. The vaccine industry gives millions to the Academy of Pediatrics for conferences, grants, medical education classes and even helped build their headquarters. The totals are kept secret, but public documents reveal bits and pieces. A $342,000 payment from Wyeth, maker of the pneumococcal vaccine – which makes $2 billion a year in sales. A $433,000 contribution from Merck, the same year the academy endorsed Merck’s HPV vaccine – which made $1.5 billion a year in sales. Another top donor: Sanofi Aventis, maker of 17 vaccines and a new five-in-one combo shot just added to the childhood vaccine schedule last month. Every Child By Two, a group that promotes early immunization for all children, admits the group takes money from the vaccine industry, too – but wouldn’t tell us how much.
Gut bacteria work in teams, new study finds—here’s why that’s important for your health Our digestive tract hosts trillions of microbes, mainly bacteria, that help us digest food, make vitamins, strengthen the immune system, protect against germs, and produce molecules that affect many aspects of our health. Studying the microbial composition of the gut used to be extremely complicated. To identify them, they had to be cultured in the lab. And many could not even be grown there. Recent advances in DNA sequencing have helped scientists to get around this problem. We can now identify microbes from their DNA, which can be done by sequencing DNA extracted from stool samples. We can now discover which microbes are inhabiting our gut, what functions they carry out, and how they interact with the surrounding environment and influence our metabolism and health.
Questions of The Day!
What brand of aloe vera and type do you recommend when using your silver/aloe protocol? Thank you!
Hello RSB and Super Don!
again your fan from Québec 😉
This time I’d like to have your opinion about collagen. The silica theme is very often discuss, I’ve begun to use it and recommand it to, but I’d like to hear you about the role of collagen, that I already know and use for a while, But I’d like to know if there is a connexion between silica and collagen, if they work together or if the first is needed to enhance the second, etc…It’s commonly said that we lose 1% of our collagen every year after 30 y.o.
So thanks again for your great work! Looking forward to become a Patreon as soon as possible!!!
(p.s. yesterday, in one of our big journal “Le Devoir”, there was a good article questionning the safety and the utility of the Gardasil vaccine!!!! I was so surprised that this subject as come to the public! I think there is a little hope!!!)
Evidence builds that optimism might lengthen your life A sunny outlook on life may do more than make you smile: New research suggests it could also guard against heart attacks, strokes and early death. In the review of 15 studies that collectively involved almost 230,000 men and women, the findings were remarkably consistent, the study authors added. “We found that optimists had a 35% lower risk for the most serious complications due to heart disease, compared to pessimists,” said lead author Dr. Alan Rozanski, a professor of cardiology at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital in New York City. That mind-body connection held up across all age groups, said investigators, ranging from teenagers to those in their 90s. That “suggests that optimism may be an asset, regardless of age,” Rozanski noted. The studies also found the more positive one’s outlook, the less one’s risk for heart trouble or death. Ten of the studies specifically looked at positivity’s impact on heart health, while nine looked at how a person’s outlook affected their risk of dying from a wide range of illnesses.
Elon Musk’s plan for sending people to Mars is probably a suicide mission Elon Musk is a Cancer. If he’d been born a week earlier, on June 21st instead of June 28th, he’d be a Gemini. And that would make much, much more sense. Because, while he isn’t very crabby (Cancers are crabs, and that’s the extent of my astrology knowledge), he certainly is a two-spirited human. Musk plans on sending as many as 100 people – we’re not sure of the exact number, but his all-new ‘Starship’ seats that many – to Mars by 2024. This plan is ambitious and, in many ways, necessary. According to Musk it’s imperative we do everything in our power to preserve “consciousness,” which he fears could be unique to humans. What if we’re all alone in the universe and an asteroid destroys Earth? The loss of consciousness would be the greatest loss in the history of, well, everything. Musk’s Starship, according to him, will take humans first to the edges of Earth‘s orbit, then to the Moon, and finally to Mars and beyond. He hopes that we’ll colonize new planets, effectively making us resilient against the single point of failure that is our mono-planetary residency. In other words, Musk wants to get people living on backup planets as quickly as possible.
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- The Truth About Cancer LIVE Oct 11-13 2019 Anaheim, CA
- Trinity Health Freedom Expo Oct 26-27 2019 Tinley Park, IL