June 28, 2019 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
The Bizarre Charm of Marianne Williamson In the closing moments of Thursday night’s Democratic debate, Marianne Williamson looked straight ahead and told the audience that her plan for her candidacy is to harness the country’s love. “Mr. President, if you’re listening,” she said, addressing Donald Trump directly, “you have harnessed fear for political purposes, and only love can cast that out. I am going to harness love for political purposes,” she continued, raising her eyebrows. “And sir, love will win.” And with that, Williamson, a self-help author who has never held political office before, went from a long-shot candidate to a cross between comic relief and something of a phenomenon. Even if you’ve never heard of her (like the majority of Democratic voters two months ago), you may be familiar with a quote of hers that’s been misattributed to Nelson Mandela—“Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” Yes, really, that’s her! And frankly, after her performance on Thursday, it checks out. For more on her vibe, just listen to the campaign song from her unsuccessful bid for Congress a few years ago, written and performed for her by her pal Alanis Morissette (sample lyric: “I’m going down, down, down, unless we start a revolution”). As my colleague Jim Newell predicted last week, we were ready for the Summer of Marianne. It’s now here.
Marianne Williamson won’t make you feel better about America, but you’ll feel better about yourself Author Marianne Williamson has spent a good portion of her career standing in front of troubled audiences and speaking to them in tones that are soothing, admonishing and invigorating. She has written best-selling books aimed at helping people get their spiritual lives in order and part of that process includes exploring their own culpability in their predicament. Williamson has brought a similar sense of self-examination to her presidential campaign which is, at this early stage, a massive long shot, but not quite as quixotic as those stragglers who couldn’t even meet the first debate’s qualifying standards: attract 65,000 individual donations or register 1 percent support in three polls. Williamson did both. She will not be center stage in Miami Thursday night – that spot is reserved for former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, who are leading in the polls. She may not be knee deep in legislative experience or wonky verbiage, but she can be both charismatic and intriguing on the stump. She is a palate cleanser.
Comment of The Day!
Hi Robert ~ I watched your video with your comments on Marianne Williamson. I was there in the room at the Shilling Art Gallery in Manchester, NH when Marianne made that “Orwellian” comment. In fact, her statement was in response to my statement to her that “we are not allowed to talk about vaccines and that we are being censored and debunked. And children are getting so many vaccines since big pharma go their liability shield. And as a school nurse I can tell you that children aren’t healthier. They are sicker…” When I finished speaking with Marianne the small crowd in the room applauded.
I was not surprised when she backed down on that statement the next day on the View. I’m sure, as you pointed out, she has been censored or threatened. If you listen to her response on the View she says faith in big pharma is over. She still says that she will create a commission when she is president to research on vaccines that are independent from big pharma. She says that that will hopefully have people feel more confident about vaccines. However, I’m confident that she knows the opposite outcome will manifest. ML
Questions of The Day!
After performing a coffee enema, I experienced what felt like acid reflux. This has happened on several occasions and so I’ve had to discontinue them. Why might this have happened? Have you heard of this??
I love Dr. Tenpenny’s VScience bites! I do have a question about studies. Take the CDC’s MMR study… it showed a 7 fold increase in autism in one group of children (isolated autism), and a 3.5 fold increase in African American males. Can you explain the weight of those numbers? At what point does a result indicate causation?
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Can you recommend any remedies for sinus pressure? My son breaths heavily out of his mouth. I had him nebulize with silver and that cleared the infection, and all of the mucus out of his nasal pathway. But the pathway remains narrow. What can i do to relieve the pressure and make the nasal pathway wider? Thanks
Redoing my question about my 76 yr old mother. Now I understand she didn’t have a stroke or cardiac arrest. Instead she fell and her head hit concrete. She was on Warfarin for years. Any suggestion for wound healing? She got bleeding in the brain. Very bad injury.
Vimeo bans Project Veritas, Natural News on the same day as criminal tech giants collude to silence independent journalism The video platform Vimeo has banned Project Veritas and Natural News on the same day, taking part in the criminal collusion among tech giants who are systematically silencing independent journalism that keeps exposing the criminality of the tech giants themselves. Two days ago, Project Veritas released a bombshell video showing a Google executive named Gen Jennai who admitted on camera that Google is engaged in a massive criminal scheme to alter election outcomes and silence conservative speech. Google’s video platform YouTube, to the surprise of no one, banned that video in a desperate effort to silence the explosive revelations. (Yes, Google censored a video that exposed Google’s censorship, thus proving the video’s merits yet again.)
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr., 120 others at Statehouse blast vaccinations Cara Hathaway left her job as a speech therapist because she couldn’t work in a hospital and speak out against the vaccine manufacturers she believes are doing more harm than good, she said. A bad reaction to the vaccine for human papillomavirus and a miscarriage after she was vaccinated for the flu motivated Hathaway to learn more about what has become a heated national debate over whether vaccinations should be required for schoolchildren and adults in some workplaces. Public health experts and the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are clear: vaccines are safe and effective. Still, fears of side effects and chronic illness have stoked a vocal anti-vaccination movement that came to the Ohio Statehouse on Wednesday. About 120 activists, many of them wearing red, listened in the atrium as a panel of speakers described the ways they believe regulators and pharmaceutical companies are hiding the truth about damage caused by vaccines.
You cannot be ‘too clean’ health experts warn, in bid to debunk myths You cannot be “too clean”, millennials are being told, as public health experts attempt to debunk myths around hygiene. The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) said incorrect theories which became popular in the 1990s were fuelling confusion and unhygienic habits among subsequent generations. And they called for lessons on cleanliness to be included in the national curriculum The warning comes after organisers of Glastonbury urged festival goers to opt for “strip washes” with a flannel and soap, instead of a shower, in order to help the environment. The “hygiene hypothesis” which became widely publicised in the 1990s argued that rising rates of allergies were being caused by “overcleanliness,” suggesting children should be exposed to a wide range of potentially harmful microbes.
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