November 29th, 2022 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
‘Wow!’ Fauci ‘Can’t Recall Practically Anything’ in 7-Hour Deposition The transcript is not yet available and no reporters were allowed. But from the attorneys general who brought the suit, the plaintiffs in the case and their attorney, and other parties to the lawsuit against the Biden administration, we have some information about the deposition provided by Dr. Anthony “I am the science” Fauci. He has been the face of the pandemic response and stands accused of colluding with Big Tech to suppress dissent in violation of the First Amendment. The question of whether the deposition was to be public was itself the subject of legal attention. The Department of Justice filed to block all recording and personally identifiable information for fear of public harassment, and this condition was granted. As a result, we have no transcript (yet) and one senses a great skittishness even from those who were there to explain the fullness of what transpired. Major national media have shown no interest in getting the story. Nonetheless, we do have information thanks to some candid tweets and an article by one of the plaintiffs. The main takeaway is that Fauci has come down with a serious case of amnesia. Over seven hours, reported Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, he mostly stonewalled detailed questioning by answering that he has no clear memory of details that would shed light on his involvement in speech suppression. “Wow! It was amazing to spend 7 hours with Dr. Fauci. The man who single-handedly wrecked the U.S. economy based upon ‘the science.’ Only to discover that he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!”
Special Guests Brain Festa and Ashley Tipton
Brian Festa is a Civil Rights Attorney who, along with his business partner and friend Dawn Jolly, founded We The Patriots USA to preserve and reclaim our God-given inalienable rights. Brian is a father of two who became involved in health freedom activism and legal work several years ago, after his son was seriously injured by a flu shot. Brian travels throughout the nation to speak about the work of We The Patriots USA, including multiple appearances at Clay Clark’s Reawaken America Tour. Brian has also been a guest on dozens of broadcasts, including The Glenn Beck Show, The Steve Deace Show, Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz, Brighteon Conversations with Mike Adams, The Mel K. Show, The Stew Peters Show, and The
Alex Jones Show.
BREAKING: Daycare in Idaho Blatantly Ignores Vaccination Exemption Law When Ashley Tipton enrolled her now 20-month old daughter in New Horizon Academy in Meridian, Idaho, she thought she had found the perfect place to care for her child while she worked during the day. A single mother, Ashley fled the Communistic oppression of California for Idaho, where she was sure her religious liberty and other individual rights would be respected. But all of that changed on October 27, 2022, when Ashley received this message in an email from the daycare director, after recently submitting her vaccination exemption request: “Thank you for the exemption immunization paper however New Horizon does not accept exemptions for immunizations.” Idaho law is clear with regard to vaccination exemptions at ALL licensed daycare facilities like New Horizon Academy: “Any minor child whose parent or guardian has submitted a signed statement to officials of the daycare facility stating their objections on religious or other grounds SHALL BE EXEMPT from the provisions of this section.” (Idaho Statutes Section 39-1118; emphasis added).
The Real Environmental Disaster: Toxic “Forever Chemicals” Everywhere, Even Babies’ Umbilical Cords The corporate state assumes for itself the role of environmental savior, ordained by God Himself to wage holy war against “climate change.” But it doesn’t apparently care too much, strangely, about the ongoing synthetic “forever” chemicals infestation of literally everything, including the food and water, which eventually make their way into even babies’ umbilical cords. Via Environmental Working Group: “EWG scientists reviewed 40 studies examining the presence and health effects of PFAS [perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances] in cord blood. All 40 reported the detection of a wide range of PFAS in the blood. Sixteen studies found associations between PFAS exposure in cord blood and changes in vital body molecules called cord blood lipids, as well as harm to fetal and childhood development.” Babies will get to enjoy those plastics for the duration of their lifetimes, from cradle to grave. PFAS, per the National Institutes of Health, are used universally in all kinds of everyday products from food packaging to carpets to the water supply. The social engineers also lovingly add PFAS to COVID masks – the kind that schoolchildren who have no appreciable health risks are forced to wear in order to receive an education. PFAS have earned the charming nickname “forever chemicals” because, as the name suggests, they don’t degrade in the environment like organic molecules and they stay in the body forever.
Researchers test mRNA technology for universal flu vaccine An experimental vaccine provided broad protection against all 20 known influenza A and B virus subtypes in initial tests in mice and ferrets, potentially opening a pathway to a universal flu shot that might help prevent future pandemics, according to a U.S. study published on Thursday. The two-dose vaccine employs the same messenger RNA (mRNA)technology used in the COVID-19 shots developed by Pfizer (PFE.N) with BioNTech (22UAy.DE), and by Moderna (MRNA.O). It delivers tiny lipid particles containing mRNA instructions for cells to create replicas of so-called hemagglutinin proteins that appear on influenza virus surfaces. A universal vaccine would not mean an end to flu seasons, but would replace the guess work that goes into developing annual shots months ahead of flu season each year. “The idea here is to have a vaccine that will give people a baseline level of immune memory to diverse flu strains, so that there will be far less disease and death when the next flu pandemic occurs,” study leader Scott Hensley of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania said in a statement. Unlike standard flu vaccines that deliver one or two versions of hemagglutinin, the experimental vaccine includes 20 different types in the hope of getting the immune system to recognize any flu virus it might encounter in the future.
Special Guests Emily Thoms and Kami Moreno
Emily is a wife, mother of one, and RN/Paramedic. Emily was a first responder for 10 years before adventuring to nursing school. She is currently an RN and educator for her small community in Arizona. During her nursing school journey she was faced with the vaccination mandates and the possibility of not finishing her program. Despite this, she and her classmate Kami, overcame their school’s discrimination and coercion and won the fight in federal court. Because of the barriers she faced during nursing school, she was made aware of the extreme division the mandates created, and the lack of truth surrounding them. Through this awareness and her own medical journey, Emily has become fascinated with holistic care and the lack of its recognition or application in the medical field/schooling. Emily is now passionate about sharing her journey and supporting other nursing students that face the same situation she did. She brings this fire to her community and her EMT/Paramedic students.
A Native American-Navajo Tribe, and Native Hawaiian; wife, mother of 3, proud Christian and advocate for medical Freedom. Kami currently works as a PACU nurse and is working on her Master’s in Nursing degree. When Kami was in her final semester of her RN program, her school mandated the Covid vaccines and denied all exemptions. This put Kami and many others at risk of not being able to finish their program. Kami and another nursing student, Emily Thoms, fought back against their school’s intimidation and discrimination and were victorious in Federal Court. After experiencing the divisiveness and untruth-fullness surrounding vaccines, treatments, and protocols, Kami has made it a priority to defend individual autonomy and become a voice for those that feel bullied or voiceless. She believes that medical care should be individualized, holistic, and centered around whole-person care, as opposed to a one-size fits all approach. Kami is open and willing to help as many individuals as possible that are experiencing the same difficulties she has and is excited to connect with other health care professionals that want to transform the current system.
Connecticut woman completes 5K road race after turning 100 Mick Roberts walks two to three miles a day, lives life with no medications, and a smile on her face They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away. For a 100-year-old Connecticut woman, the saying is more like a few miles a day. Mick Roberts walks several miles a day and most recently completed a 5K road race that grabbed the attention of many people across the state. With the Manchester Road Race on Thursday, it’s a good reminder that it’s never too late to get fit.” You got to go some, here we come,” the centenarian told FOX61 News recently. A few days after her 100th birthday, Roberts took to the starting line at the Haddam Neck Fair Road Race, finishing the 3.1-mile course in 56 minutes. “Yea I move right along,” she said. For Roberts, walking is part of her everyday routine, leaving people in the dust that try to walk alongside her, like her son, Chuck, and daughter-in-law, Donna.”She’s leading the way here,” Donna Roberts said. “She’ll lead us and we just follow and that just says it all.””She does walk two or three miles a day so doing a 5K isn’t that big a deal,” said Chuck Roberts, from East Hampton. Crossing the finish line of the hilly 5K course wasn’t much of a challenge for the 100-year-old. “No, it’s not hard, there’s one bad spot,” said Mick. But it does create some healthy competition within the rest of the Roberts family. “It obviously sets the bar pretty high so when my kids say, ‘oh no we don’t want to run the Manchester Road Race this year,’ I’m late grandma did the 5K so you people are running,” Donna Roberts said.