December 2nd, 2022 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Gardasil’s Long Shadow of Autoimmunity Confirmed — Again — by New Study Before experimental COVID-19 shots started taking serious vaccine injuries to new and shocking heights, Merck’s aggressively marketed human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine — the quadrivalent Gardasil jab fast-tracked in 2006 for girls and later also for boys — earned a reputation for being one of the most dangerous vaccines ever approved. Safety signals were already evident during Gardasil’s clinical trials, and by 2013, researchers were noting the “unusually high frequency of adverse reactions related to HPV vaccines reported worldwide.” That year, Gardasil’s disproportionately harmful impact — even when compared to other shots that are far from benign — was responsible in the U.S. for three-fifths of all serious vaccine reactions reported in young women under age 30, including 64% of deaths and 81% of cases of permanent disability. Yet in 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) went ahead and approved Gardasil’s equally treacherous successor, the nine-valent Gardasil 9, and in 2016 — when GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) withdrew its poorly competing bivalent HPV vaccine Cervarix from the U.S. market — Gardasil 9 became “the only game in town.” Currently, Gardasil 9 is FDA-approved for males and females ages 9 through 45 years. The firm Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman and chief litigation counsel for Children’s Health Defense (CHD), have filed more than two dozen lawsuits on behalf of young people injured by Gardasil, alleging a panoply of Merck misdeeds that include fraud and negligence.
‘Psychobiotic diet’: Fermented foods and fiber may lower stress levels, study When it comes to dealing with stress, we’re often told the best things we can do are exercise, make time for our favorite activities or try meditation or mindfulness. But the kinds of foods we eat may also be an effective way of dealing with stress, according to research published by me and other members of APC Microbiome Ireland. Our latest study has shown that eating more fermented foods and fiber daily for just four weeks had a significant effect on lowering perceived stress levels. Over the last decade, a growing body of research has shown that diet can have a huge impact on our mental health. In fact, a healthy diet may even reduce the risk of many common mental illnesses. The mechanisms underpinning the effect of diet on mental health are still not fully understood. But one explanation for this link could be via the relationship between our brain and our microbiome (the trillions of bacteria that live in our gut). Known as the gut-brain axis, this allows the brain and gut to be in constant communication with each other, allowing essential body functions such as digestion and appetite to happen. It also means that the emotional and cognitive centers in our brain are closely connected to our gut. While previous research has shown stress and behavior are also linked to our microbiome, it has been unclear until now whether changing diet (and therefore our microbiome) could have a distinct effect on stress levels.
How COVID Shots Harm the Immune System and May Cause Neurological Disease In this interview, return guest Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., a senior research scientist at MIT for over five decades, discusses her paper, “Innate Immune Suppression by SARS-CoV-2 mRNA Vaccinations: The Role of G-quadruplexes, Exosomes and MicroRNAs,” published in the June issue of Food and Chemical Toxicology. The paper was co-written with Drs. Peter McCullough, Greg Nigh and Anthony Kyriakopoulos. In May 2021, Nigh and Seneff published a paper detailing the differences between the spike protein and the COVID-19 jab spike protein. In the “Innate Immune Suppression” paper, they and their other co-authors delve deep into the mechanisms of the COVID-19 shots, showing how they suppress your innate immune system. The paper caused quite a stir when it was first posted, prior to publication. A campaign was launched to have it retracted on the premise that it would discourage people from getting these life-saving shots — regardless of whether the mechanisms described were true or not. Ultimately, the controversy led to the resignation of the editor of the journal. Many have also tried to discredit Seneff, and McCullough has since been stripped of his medical credentials. G-quadruplexes (G4) are genomewide targets of transcriptional regulation, and as such as a novel target for drug design. The “G” in G4 stands for guanine, so G4 is DNA sequence of four guanines. It’s one of the four nucleotides — the basic code — in DNA, and it’s known to play an important role in diseases such as cancers and neurological disorders. As explained by Seneff, prions, when misfolded, build beta sheets and precipitate out of the cytoplasm, causing plaque to form.
Infectious Covid virus can stay on some groceries for days The Covid virus can reside on some ready-to-eat groceries for days, UK experts have confirmed. Scientists carried out tests for the Food Standards Agency (FSA), purposely smearing the virus on to packaging and food products, including fruit, pastries and bottled drinks. They chose items that people might put in their mouth without cooking or washing. The risk to consumers remains very low, they say. Their report says it should be noted that “foods and packaging considered as part of this study were artificially inoculated with Sars-Cov-2 and therefore are not a reflection of contamination levels found on these foods at retail, and lower levels of contamination will require less time to decline to undetectable levels.” For most food products tested there was a “significant drop” in the levels of virus over the first 24 hours. But in some cases traces survived for about a week, the University of Southampton team found. “For a highly infectious agent such as Sars-Cov-2, which can be transmitted through touching contaminated surfaces and then the face, these findings are highly noteworthy,” they say. “The public may be interested in the finding that virus may persist in an infectious state, on foods and food packaging surfaces, for several days under certain common conditions.”
Comment of The Day!
Hello Super Don just want to let you and Robert know that I received my gift of the sinus silver…
certainly need that about now, and I also ordered and received two silverite pillows and a travel pillow. They just arrived today and I’m certainly looking forward to using them.
The Evil of Coerced Medicine In their understandable enthusiasm to roll out the novel covid vaccines as widely and quickly as possible in early 2021, the public health establishment succumbed to two dangerous temptations: Propaganda and coercion. That their approach deployed these with the common good in mind (achieving herd immunity) and with good intentions (ending the pandemic as quickly as possible) does not alter the fact that such approaches were deeply misguided and represented deeply disturbing trends in public policy. Public pronouncements in the name of science could not be questioned, and behavioral outcomes could be achieved by any means necessary. Coercive covid vaccination mandates rested on several unproven postulates, which mainstream opinion took to be axiomatic and unassailable: (1) the vaccines were safe for everyone; (2) the vaccines were necessary for everyone; therefore, (3) any vaccine hesitancy is a public relations problem that must be overcome. The “needle in every arm” goal was set in advance; the only deliberation permitted was about the most efficient means toward this predetermined end. Any scientist, physician, or policymaker who broke ranks to question one or more of these axioms was at best a nuisance or at worst dangerous — someone to be ignored as backward or dismissed as a threat to public health. People who asked inconvenient questions were labeled with the dismissive “anti-vax” epithet, a term that functioned to exclude them from the realm of reasonable discourse.
Chemical residue from commercial dishwashers causes gut epithelial barrier damage Residue from rinse agents is left behind on dishes after they are cleaned in professional-grade dishwashers. This damages the natural protective layer in the gut and can contribute to the onset of chronic diseases, as demonstrated by researchers working with organoids at the Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research. Whether it’s at a restaurant, at school or in the barracks, commercial dishwashers help plates, glasses and cutlery become squeaky clean and dry in a matter of minutes. These practical appliances come with risks, however, as was recently discovered in a new study by researchers at the Swiss Institute of Allergy and Asthma Research (SIAF), an associated institute of the University of Zurich (UZH). One ingredient in particular found in commercial rinse agents has a toxic effect on the gastrointestinal tract. A typical cycle in a commercial dishwasher involves circulating hot water and detergent for around 60 seconds at high pressure. Afterwards, there is a second 60-second washing and drying cycle in which water and a rinse agent are applied.
CHD’s Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Dr. Joseph Mercola, Ty and Charlene Bollinger Move to Intervene in Missouri v. Biden First Amendment Case On Nov. 17, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Dr. Joseph Mercola and Ty and Charlene Bollinger moved to intervene in the Missouri v. Biden First Amendment case on behalf of the public interest, themselves and their respective organizations — Children’s Health Defense (CHD), Mercola.com, The Truth About Vaccines (TTAV) and The Truth About Cancer (TTAC). The intervention will allow them — and the public at large — to gain access to specific discovery and depositions — including that of Dr. Anthony Fauci from Nov. 23 — for use in pending litigation against social media platforms. The intervenors are among the 12 specifically disfavored speakers the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) has labeled the “Disinformation Dozen” due to content shared on social media and websites regarding vaccines. In actuality, they are prominent publishers of factual, alternative online news and criticism — including Big Pharma, all aspects of COVID-19 and the government’s response. The motion to intervene explains that these free speech advocates and their organizations have been censored and de-platformed by major social media platforms that are working with — and taking orders from — the federal government. The intervenors seek open public access to critical sworn depositions and documents already produced by the federal defendants. These materials are expected to capture top-level communications between the federal branch and social media tech executives to censor and suppress a wide swath of online COVID-19 news, criticism of the government’s vaccine mandates and lockdowns, and discussion of the lab-leak theory of COVID-19’s origin.
Feds Pay Journalism Group $5M To Create Software To Turn People Into Anti-‘Misinformation’ Bots The federal government has awarded $5 million to a group of journalists called Hacks/Hackers to develop software that will encourage regular Americans to confront their friends over “harmful” posts, and “correct misinformation” by replying with text suggested by the software. The group is also organizing Wikipedia censors to determine who is a “credible source” on vaccines, and block anyone else from being cited on the online encyclopedia. Job ads for the project do not require that applicants have any expertise in medicine. That list is already taking shape on Wikipedia, with liberal outlets such as The New York Times, Washington Post, Guardian, and The Atlantic all marked “reliable.” Conservative sites, including The Daily Wire, Daily Mail, Epoch Times, and The Federalist, are all classified as either “unreliable” or “conspiracy.” The group led by Hacks/Hackers received $5 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop “the Analysis and Response Toolkit for Trust (ARTT), a suite of expert-informed resources that are intended to provide guidance and encouragement to individuals and communities as they address contentious or difficult topics online,” it said on October 24.
San Jose church won’t have to pay $217,500 in COVID fines after CA Supreme Court denies petition In a victory for a San Jose church who openly flouted COVID rules at the height of the pandemic, the California Supreme Court on Wednesday denied a petition by Santa Clara County asking that Calvary Chapel pay more than a quarter million dollars in court fees. “We feel really relieved,” said Mariah Gondeiro, the attorney representing Calvary Chapel. As a result, the church won’t have to fork over $217,500, which was previously decided by a Sixth District Court of Appeal ruling issued over the summer. In that decision, the court reversed the fees stemming from court orders issued in December 2020 and February 2021 when Calvary Chapel openly defied the county’s public health orders. In their August ruling, the appellate court cited multiple U.S. Supreme Court decisions last year that favored religious freedoms over public health rules. The state court’s decision reflects the wider reverberations of the conservative-leaning U.S. Supreme Court on the country’s legal systems. “I think we have a very religious-friendly Supreme Court,” said Gondeiro, who works for the Southern California-based Advocates For Faith & Freedom. “And we’re starting to see that trickle down across the country. When it comes to religious freedoms, they know where the Supreme Court stands.” However, in addition to denying the county’s petition on Wednesday, the state’s high court also decertified the August appellate ruling. That move effectively wipes away the Sixth District’s precedent and doesn’t allow future legal challengers to use it. Santa Clara County’s Counsel James Williams considers Wednesday’s decision as both a partial loss and partial victory.