Offit the anti-vaxxer, Daniel Harner, Psychotherapy and psycho-spiritual transformation and healing, Beyond Nose Meat, Biden pandemic gaffe, Indefinite COVID, Fauci explains, Murthy spin, Clay Clark, The Great Reawakening vs The Great Reset and MORE!

September 20th, 2022 3-5PM ET

Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Dr. Paul Offit, one of the world’s most respected vaccine experts, is now officially an anti-vaxxer! I learned about Paul’s conversion to anti-vaxxer status from reading Brucha Weisberger’s substack article. “So, if Dr. Paul Offit isn’t getting any more shots, why are you? Do you know something he doesn’t?” Ask Paul on his Twitter account if he wants to see the Israeli safety data that they are hiding. You can refer to my article. I’d do it myself, but I’m banned for life from Twitter as you all know for tweeting that the COVID vaccines cause prion diseases. They do. There is absolutely no doubt about that. But truth isn’t protected speech on Twitter and I don’t think anyone who works at Twitter believes that “true speech” should be protected. Do you know anyone who works at Twitter in upper management who thinks it’s wrong to ban people for saying things that are true? I haven’t found one… We now have one more anti-vaxxer in the world. I just emailed Paul asking him if he wants to join Martin Kulldorff and see the Israeli safety data that the Israeli Ministry of Health does not want anyone to see. Let’s see how red pilled Paul really is. I’ll update this article if he responds. Don’t hold your breath. Apparently, being open to seeing safety data that is counter-narrative is a career limiting move.

Special Guest Daniel Harner, PHD

Some people call me a mentor, psychotherapist, healer, spiritual guide, wizard, Carl Jung 2.0, researcher and explorer. The truth is, I am a blend of all of that. I am based in Sedona, Arizona. I have spent the last 16 years of my personal and professional journey deeply immersed in the study and practice of psychotherapy and psycho-spiritual transformation, alongside some of the world’s most esteemed psychotherapists, spiritual teachers, researchers, and healers. For me, there is no greater passion and satisfaction but to be unceasingly immersed in transformation and the realization of Truth.

My formal education consists of several psychology degrees: a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Psychology, a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology, and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I am licensed as a professional counselor in the state of Arizona (License LPC-14204). I no longer work clinically as a psychotherapist and my practice only remains open for psycho-spiritual mentoring. For more information, please go to the “Services” section.

Aside from my work with clients, I am also an active researcher and author in the field of consciousness-based medicine and psychology. I have been a researcher at the William Tiller Institute and the Tiller Foundation for Psycho-Energetic Science, where I explored the frontiers of psychology, new-physics, and the healing arts.

As a native of Europe, I love spending time in Europe to experience the joie de vivre of the “old country”. I appreciate celebrating life in the company of family, friends, and colleagues.

Beyond Meat COO Doug Ramsey arrested for allegedly biting man’s nose after Arkansas college football game Beyond Meat Chief Operating Officer Doug Ramsey was arrested this weekend after allegedly biting a man’s nose in an Arkansas parking garage following a college football game. Ramsey, 53, was charged with terroristic threatening and third-degree battery and booked in the Washington County, Arkansas, jail on Saturday evening. He was released Sunday, according to the Washington County information page. Ramsey and Beyond Meat did not immediately respond to requests for comment from CNBC. The altercation happened in a parking garage near Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville after a University of Arkansas football game, according to a preliminary police report. Local television station KNWA/Fox24 first reported Ramsey’s arrest. Ramsey allegedly punched through the back windshield of a Subaru after it made contact with the front tire of Ramsey’s car. The Subaru owner then got out of his car, and Ramsey allegedly started punching him and bit his nose, “ripping the flesh on the tip of the nose,” according to the report. The victim and a witness also alleged that Ramsey told the Subaru owner he would kill him.

Hour 2

Biden’s comments about pandemic widen public health split over how US should respond to Covid-19 Even as the US prepares for a potential winter surge of Covid-19, President Biden roamed the cavernous halls of the Detroit Auto Show for an interview on CBS’s “60 Minutes” and, gesturing to the mostly maskless attendees, told the nation, “the pandemic is over.” “We still have a problem with Covid. We’re still doing a lot of work on it,” he told correspondent Scott Pelley. “But the pandemic is over,” he repeated. The timing of the President’s remarks was striking: just two weeks after his administration launched a campaign to urge Americans to get booster shots against the latest Covid-19 strains at the same time as they get their annual flu shot. Health officials have also recently renewed their efforts to convince Congress to spend another $22.4 billion on Covid mitigation efforts. Biden’s declaration has created another split-screen moment in efforts to bring Covid-19 to heel. Some public health experts worry that political motives are driving the President’s desire to declare the pandemic over, rather than protection of the public’s health. Others say the president is right and the acute phase of the pandemic is over, even as the country continues to deal with a high burden of disease.

Covid will be a leading cause of death in the U.S. indefinitely, whether or not the pandemic is ‘over’ After President Joe Biden said the coronavirus pandemic was “over” in an interview Sunday, many people were left wondering how to reconcile his comment with the fact that the U.S. is still averaging about 500 Covid deaths every day. But disease experts said debating whether the pandemic is over overshadows a more important concern: the reality that Covid will remain a leading cause of death in the U.S. indefinitely. “It’s likely, when we think of the causes of death in our society, that Covid’s on the list probably forever,” said Dr. Bob Wachter, the chair of the University of California, San Francisco’s department of medicine. “Whether we call it a pandemic or not, it’s still an important threat to people,” he added. Covid was the third-leading cause of death in the U.S. in 2020, after heart disease and cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The same was true last year, provisional CDC data shows. Since April, Covid deaths have stayed relatively flat, at a weekly average of around 300 to 500 per day. If the trend continues, the U.S. could expect 113,000 to 188,000 deaths a year from Covid, putting it on par with Alzheimer’s, chronic lower respiratory diseases and stroke.

After Biden announces end to pandemic, Fauci explains ‘what he really meant’ President Biden caused waves when he declared in a “60 Minutes” interview that the COVID-19 pandemic is “over,” and his chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci joined those who sought to walk back that statement. On Monday, Fauci aimed to qualify the president’s optimistic remark, acknowledging that while the worst of the coronavirus is over, it still remains a concern. “What he really meant is that the very severe stage of the pandemic of having … 3,000 deaths a day — that stage is no longer present,” Fauci told Politico, adding that “people should not be cavalier that we’re out of the woods.” Biden never said that COVID-19 was entirely a thing of the past, but as he looked forward to the first Detroit Auto Show in three years, he did indicate that the pandemic stage is in the rearview mirror. “The pandemic is over. We still have a problem with COVID, we’re still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic is over,” Biden said in the interview, which aired Sunday. Republicans were quick to point to the president’s remark to counter the administration, which has been pushing for an additional $22 billion in government spending to go toward COVID relief. Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., sent a letter to Biden asking if he intends to end administration programs and policies related to the pandemic in light of his statement.

U.S. surgeon general says Biden was touting ‘tremendous progress’ against COVID with ‘pandemic is over’ claim U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy tried to explain President Biden’s comments from his interview with “60 Minutes” during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Tuesday. “Morning Joe” co-host Willie Geist asked Murthy if the pandemic was over, referring to the president’s comments during the interview with CBS News correspondent Scott Pelley. “What the president is reflecting is the fact that we have made tremendous progress against COVID-19. We’re in a very different place now than we were at the beginning of this pandemic, with significantly lower death rates. We have all of our children back in school, people able to go back to work, families and friends able to see each other. But he also said we have more work to do on COVID, and that’s right. And that’s what Dr. Fauci and others have expressed as well,” Murthy responded. Murthy said the U.S. was losing 400 people per day to the COVID-19 virus and added that many were dealing with side effects from long COVID.

Special Guest – Clay Clark

Clay is the Author of “Fear Unmasked – The Truth About the Coronavirus Shutdown”. He’s also the  former SBA Entrepreneur of the Year, Founder of a highly respected Business School as seen on Forbes, Bloomberg, YahooFinance, etc.  He is also a Contributor for Entrepreneur Magazine , and is an investor and co-owner of several multi-million dollar companies around the world. In Washington DC Clay Clark asked Americans to Hug each other at a Trump Rally and was attacked by Jimmy Kimmel on National TV. Clay Clark went on NewsmaxTV and revealed that Bill Gates hung out with Jeffrey Epstien, the world’s most well known pedophile. Clay said “I don’t think we should be listening to a pedophile on how to treat our kids” referring to the Bill Gates Covid vaccine. And, because people want the truth, Clay has had over 3 Million downloads to his Fireside Chats with Attorney Lin Wood, despite #BIgTech removing them every time from several platforms.  If you haven’t guessed yet… Clay Clark is a man who tells it like it is, regardless of the worldly consequences.  And Clay always has research to back up what he says.


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