December 22nd, 2020 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Democrats, Media Fuel Vaccine Skepticism Some Americans question the effectiveness of the coronavirus vaccines and others vow not to take one at all. After Democratic politicians again closed the economy without data to justify their mandates, and ran a rather bizarre vaccine marketing campaign, should we be surprised that some people are wary? From Washington and California to New York and Rhode Island, we were told that COVID mandates would be based on “science and data.” It became a common refrain from Democrats; a virtue signal that they weren’t acting like President Donald Trump. Yet the politicians screaming the phrase “science and data” presented neither to justify their latest mandates. It was as if they thought saying the phrase would be an adequate replacement for following it. Los Angeles County closed all outdoor dining last month, claiming it posed a dire risk of spreading the coronavirus. No scientific evidence tied outdoor dining to the virus surge. A judge called the move an “abuse…not grounded in science, evidence, or logic.” And while the spread in New York is fueled overwhelmingly by small, private gatherings in homes, Governor Andrew Cuomo shut down restaurants for indoor dining anyway.
Vaccine injury claims could face bureaucratic ‘black hole’ Lost in the U.S. launch of the coronavirus vaccine is a fact most don’t know when they roll up their sleeves: In rare cases of serious illness from the shots, the injured are blocked from suing and steered instead to an obscure federal bureaucracy with a record of seldom paying claims. Housed in a nondescript building in a Washington, D.C., suburb, the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program has just four employees and few hallmarks of an ordinary court. Decisions are made in secret by government officials, claimants can’t appeal to a judge and payments in most death cases are capped at $370,376. George Washington University law professor Peter Meyers has followed the program for years and bluntly calls it a “black hole,” obtaining federal documents this summer showing it has paid fewer than 1 in 10 claims in its 15-year history. Vaccines historically provide broad protection with little risk but come with side effects just as any other drugs. Few unexpected adverse effects have been reported in the early days of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the U.S., though an Alaska health worker suffered a severe allergic reaction that included shortness of breath. But experts are concerned that with the sheer volume of people expected to get coronavirus vaccines in the U.S.—more than 200 million—even a successful rollout with relatively few ill effects could be enough to swamp the program.
Privileges and Immunity Certification During the COVID-19 Pandemic As the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis enters its next phase, attention turns to the widespread testing programs needed to resume and maintain normal life activities.1 Effective prevention and surveillance require testing for active infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and for antibodies that indicate prior infection and potential immunity.2 There is an established approach for infected individuals: mild cases self-isolate; and severe cases receive treatment. But what is the appropriate response for people with positive antibody tests? Some European countries are considering serological tests to issue immunity certifications (passports) that give holders certain time-limited work and social freedoms, joining larger gatherings or returning to nonessential jobs,3 and the US government is considering similar proposals.4 Certifications commonly form part of infection control strategies in other settings; eg, states prescribe vaccine requirements for childcare and health care workers. Public health screening programs require schoolteachers prove they do not have tuberculosis. Many countries require visitors to show a yellow fever vaccination certificate.
Questions of The Day!
Hi Robert and Super Don,
Dr Sucharit Bhakdi the renowned, award-winning researcher in his interview with Del Bigtree on December 17th states categorically that he is pro-vaccine and that the vaccines for tetanus, diphtheria and polio are a godsend. He then says that we need to understand how vaccines work and use them. Later he delves deep into the dangers of using the RNA vaccines. I have great respect for this man for his courage to tell the truth and speak out against Fauci and the RNA vaccines. Towards the end of the interview, he says that dear Lord did not want humans to inject foreign genes into the body. But isn’t that what we do when we inject measles vaccine or HPV vaccine into the body? Being a researcher, how can he be unaware of the fact that many vaccines on the market today can cause auto immune diseases? How can he not know that more than four billion dollars have been paid out as compensation for vaccine injuries? In other words, how can he be pro-vaccine? After having listened to dozens of lectures from Dr Sherri Tenpenny, RSB and other experts, I am of the firm opinion that all vaccines without exception are dangerous and totally unnecessary.
I am keen to hear your comments and would like to know what Super Don has to say on the subject.
Hey RSB and Suuuuuuuper D
Hi guys, okay so yesterday i took some MCT oil, i can’t recall whether it was just a little bit before or a little bit after I did the cardio miracle.
I went to do a cleaning job shortly after which took 2 1/2 hrs. Upon completion
I got in my car and leaving the job and felt very strange!!! Seriously it felt like i took some acid ( which I haven’t in over 30 years) Glory be to my Deliverer!
This also happened before, a couple days previous.
I usually put it in my coffee or sometimes I take it straight, I should include that I just began taking it about a week week and a half ago. I don’t know if I took too much or what was going on or maybe it was the mixed with the cardio Miracle it was just very weird to me the way I felt and the last time it happened my whole body felt like really hot and weird again like I was high on something? I used to take a lot of different mind-altering substances nothing ever made me feel the way I felt with this MCT oil? I wonder if it was supposed to feel like that? or I don’t really know where I’m going with this, wondering if anybody else ever experienced strange effects? or what is supposed to be the effect I just want better brain health and am very concerned with my memory performance and not recalling information.
Its really beginning to concern me!
Thanks! and a big thank you to ALL you listeners and participants in the RSB AND SUPER D show, i glean a lot from you ALL and feel truly blessed to have become a part of
Your friend, Mel
Hour 2 : Special Guest- Morley Robbins
Morley Robbins is the creator of The Root Cause Protocol.
Morley (aka. “Magnesium Man”) is one of the foremost experts on Magnesium’s role in the body, and the delicate dance Magnesium plays with Iron, Copper, and Calcium.
In 2012, Morley founded the Magnesium Advocacy Group (GotMag.org).
And he remains the de facto leader of the Magnesium Advocacy Group on Facebook, with over 175,000+ members (and growing daily).
As a certified health coach with an expertise in Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA), Morley has performed over 4,500 one-on-one consultations with clients from around the world.
Iron and Nitric Oxide in Anemia of Chronic Disease (ACD) Anemia of chronic disease (ACD) may also be referred to as anemia of inflammation and this develops in subjects with diseases involving acute or chronic immune activation. Anemia, which could be described as an immunopathological feature in most established infection, may also be a consequence of host response to invading pathogens. Infections with pathogens normally activate macrophages triggering a strong cytokine production among which are tumor necrosis factor (TNF), γ-interferon (IFN-γ) and nitric oxide (NO). The immune response mounted against such infections is required for parasite clearance but its persistence can cause collateral damage to the host with occurrence of anemia as the major pathology. Inflammation results as a part of this natural immune response. The inflammation triggers the release of chemicals that signal the iron regulation mechanism to adopt a defense mode. Thus this type of anemia is usually characterised by an imbalance between erythrophagocytosis and erythropoiesis, which is linked to, perturbed iron (Fe) homeostasis including altered Fe sequestration and recycling by macrophages and/or sustained and overproduction of NO.
Anemia of chronic disease: A harmful disorder or an adaptive, beneficial response? Anemia of chronic disease is a hypoproliferative anemia that develops in response to systemic illness or inflammation.1 It was first described in the 1930s and was more fully characterized by Cartwright and Wintrobe in the 1950s.2 Although the second most prevalent after anemia caused by iron deficiency, it is the commonest among patients with chronic illness.3 A variety of clinical conditions can lead to anemia of chronic disease, including infection, cancer and autoimmune conditions. In comprehensive population-based studies, precise estimates of prevalence are difficult to ascertain because many patients with anemia are not investigated sufficiently to establish the cause. Moreover, no consensus research criteria exist for the diagnosis of anemia of chronic disease, and patients may have multifactorial causes for anemia, wherein anemia of chronic disease is only a part. Anemia of chronic disease varies in severity. Patients typically present with mild (> 100 g/L) or moderate (85–100 g/L) reductions in hemoglobin concentrations. In a minority of patients, severe reductions can occur.
Regulating copper in the brain stops memory loss in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease is characterized by the presence of amyloid plaques in the patient’s brain. These plaques sequester copper, and contain approximately five times as much as a healthy brain. Two CNRS scientists from the Coordination Chemistry Laboratory recently developed, with their colleagues from the Guangdong University of Technology and Shenzhen University (China), a molecule that regulates the circulation of copper in the brain. The molecule extracts the copper trapped in amyloid plaques, and reintroduces it in the brain’s normal enzymatic circuit (which needs copper to function). Administered orally to an Alzheimer’s mouse model, this molecule inhibits memory loss among sick mice. These results, which were published in ACS Chemical Neuroscience, open a new therapeutic avenue that could prove effective in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease among humans. The scientists are now seeking a pharmaceutical partner to develop preclinical trials for this drug candidate.
More evidence that cellular ‘death by iron’ could be promising avenue of cancer treatment If there is a silver lining in cancer’s chaotic biology, it’s that the same traits that give cancer cells a growth advantage often present opportunities for sabotaging them. That’s the central idea behind a new research paper published November 23 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) by Xuejun Jiang, a cell biologist in the Sloan Kettering Institute, and Craig Thompson, President and CEO of Memorial Sloan Kettering. They found that cancer cells often exhibit metabolic changes that make them vulnerable to a particular type of cell death called ferroptosis. Ferroptosis—literally, death by iron—is often triggered by oxidative stress, the buildup in cells of free radicals and other corrosive chemicals that are byproducts of using oxygen to burn fuel for energy. But many cancer cells, which need abundant amounts of energy to grow and divide, have found a way around this problem. “Genetic mutations that allow cancer cells to cope with oxidative stress make them more resistant to ferroptosis,” Dr. Jiang says. “Another way to say this is that without the benefit of those mutations, cancer cells might be very, very sensitive to ferroptosis.”
Question of The Day!
I’m sure this subject has been discussed over and over, but refresh my memory. My daughter, now 28 has had the required CDC vaccines at that time, (before I got red pilled), and we were wondering given that the vaccines wane, if she is vulnerable to the shedding from babies and children who have had vaccines recently. In addition, she had chicken pox as a child, as did I. Can we contract shingles from someone who recently had a shingles shot? Also, I know someone who had the shingles shot and got the shingles!