August 28, 2023 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Mask study published by NIH suggests N95 Covid masks may expose wearers to dangerous level of toxic compounds linked to seizures and cancer: A recent study published by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has raised concerns about the safety of N95 masks, suggesting that they might expose wearers to a hazardous level of toxic compounds. These compounds have been linked to serious health issues, including seizures and cancer. The research has sparked significant debate, with some experts questioning the methodology and others emphasizing the importance of understanding the potential risks associated with prolonged mask usage.
Biden plans to ask Congress for funding to develop new COVID vaccine, may require shot for all: President Joe Biden is reportedly planning to request Congress for funding to develop a new COVID-19 vaccine. This move comes amid concerns about the efficacy of current vaccines against emerging variants of the virus. Additionally, there are indications that the administration might consider making the vaccine mandatory for all citizens, a decision that is expected to be met with both support and opposition from various quarters.
Has humanity violated God’s boundaries in pursuit of science? – opinion: An opinion piece in the Jerusalem Post delves into the ethical and moral implications of scientific advancements, questioning whether humanity has overstepped divine boundaries in its pursuit of knowledge and progress. The article reflects on various scientific endeavors, from genetic engineering to artificial intelligence, and ponders if these advancements align with or violate religious and moral principles.
Los Angeles City Council Considers Ban On Cashless Businesses: The Los Angeles City Council is currently deliberating on a potential ban on cashless stores, which are establishments that only accept credit cards, debit cards, and other virtual payments, excluding cash. The rise of cashless stores, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, has been met with mixed reactions. While they offer convenience and have contributed to a decrease in robberies, critics argue that they exclude certain demographics, including those without bank accounts, the elderly, low-income individuals, and undocumented immigrants. The debate centers around inclusivity and the rapid digitalization of payments, which may not be accessible or desirable for everyone.
The Dangers of Self Censorship During the Covid Pandemic: The article from Brownstone Institute highlights the perils of self-censorship, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. It emphasizes the importance of free speech and open dialogue in a democratic society and warns against the dangers of suppressing dissenting voices. The piece argues that self-censorship can lead to a lack of critical thinking and a homogenized narrative, which can be detrimental to public discourse and decision-making.
Special Guest: Oli London
Oli London is a British Author, Social Media Influencer, News Contributor, Activist and Public Speaker. London is a political news commentator regularly appearing on Fox News, Newsmax, OAN, Sky News Australia, GB News and Talk TV. He is the spokesperson for Fairness First PAC and is the author of the upcoming book, Gender Madness: One Man’s Devastating Struggle with Woke Ideology and His Battle to Protect Children- set for release on August 1st. London has been one of the leading voices in the battle against gender ideology and speaks regularly in State Senate’s and across news outlets highlighting the dangers of medically transitioning children. He was also the recipient of a WIBA Award at the 76th Cannes Film Festival, winning the Inspirational Influencer award for his advocacy work. London’s art film ‘Gangnam Beauty’, which he produced and starred in, was awarded Best Short Documentary at the Atlanta Film Festival, nominated for Best International Documentary at the IDFA Festival Amsterdam and premiered at over 25 different film festivals including in Toronto, Vancouver, St Louis, Paris and Lisbon. As an influencer, London has built up a large following with over 2.3 million followers, 2.3 billion views on Titok and over 400 million views per month on Twitter. He documents his life on various TV shows including, on his own German TV series, ‘Oli London Goes…’ on Europe’s largest network, RTL.
New flame retardants found in breast milk years after similar chemicals were banned: A concerning discovery has been made regarding the presence of new flame retardants in breast milk, even after similar chemicals were prohibited years ago. The report sheds light on the potential health risks associated with these chemicals and raises questions about the effectiveness of bans and regulations in ensuring the safety of vulnerable populations, especially infants.
Question of The Day!
Enjoyed your show with Tracey Stroup so much. Would like to hear more from her. I have another question for you. I had oral surgery removing root canal and surgeon had to scrap the bone, etc. to get rid of infection. He also used ozone water. I also had to have a piece of old wisdom tooth removed that had been in there probably 50 years. So I had to sites.
I did not want to take pain meds so I purchased the arnicare. I started taking it and added curcumin 95 by Jarrow which seemed to help. I still have a slight ache. Anything else for pain?
My main questionI is this: May I use silver in water as a mouthwash to keep down germs, infection, etc.?
If so how much (dose) and how often?