Omicron symptoms, No worse than flu, Mike Colomb, Private Member Associations, Private domain, Sovereign business, The Renegade Nation, Oil pulling, Ty Bollinger Outside The Box, COVID corruption, mRNA cancer, Pandemic religion, A Tribute to Ed Arranga, Healthy holiday eating, Stevia and MORE!

December 15th, 2021 3-5PM ET

Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Omicron variant: The most commonly reported symptoms so far, according to the CDC The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released its first briefing on the characteristics of the early cases of the Omicron variant of COVID in the United States. Here is what you need to know about what the most commonly reported symptoms are and some of the demographics behind the first Omicron variant cases in the U.S. According to the CDC, these are the most common symptoms of the Omicron variant of COVID-19: According to the CDC, of the 43 cases of COVID-19 matched with the Omicron variant and initially followed up, 58% were in people ages 18-38, and 33% of those with the Omicron variant reported that they travelled internationally before experiencing symptoms or testing positive.  The CDC reported that among those diagnosed with the Omicron variant of COVID, 79% of the cases occurred in people who were fully vaccinated, including 14 people who had received a booster shot. One vaccinated patient was hospitalized for two days, but otherwise, no other serious illnesses have been reported and no deaths were reported in the U.S.

Omicron may be no worse than flu, says government adviser Britain’s omicron wave may be no worse than a flu pandemic, an expert has said, as the first major study into the new variant suggests it is less severe than delta. The first real-world study looking at 78,000 omicron cases in South Africa found the risk of hospitalisation is 29 per cent lower compared with the Wuhan strain, and 23 per cent lower than delta, with vaccines holding up well. Far fewer people have also needed intensive care from omicron, with just five per cent of cases admitted to ICU compared to 22 per cent of delta patients, the study shows. Professor Robert Dingwall, a former government Covid adviser, from Nottingham Trent University, said it was clear from the South African data that panic was unjustified. Speaking in a personal capacity, Prof Dingwall said: “The omicron situation seems to be increasingly absurd. There is obviously a lot of snobbery about South African science and medicine but their top people are as good as any you would find in a more universally developed country. “They clearly don’t feel that the elite panic over here is justified, even allowing for the demographic differences in vulnerability – which are probably more than cancelled by the higher vaccination rate.

Special Guest – Mike Colomb

Having been in business for most of my life, and dealing with Federal, State, and local regulations that allow “all forms of government”, to control you and your business is criminal. They may have started out with good intentions but today they are out of control. My wife and I own 3 businesses, all PMA’s, it is truly refreshing to not have to ask for permission to run our own business and help the community with our God given rights. We do not need to be governed and watched by the “authorities” in order live freely. A PMA set up as a Faith Based Organization empowers us to run a business the way we were intended to, freely! It is truly amazing the protections our Nation’s founders gave us in our Constitution and our Bill of Rights. We are powerful in numbers and it’s our dream to see hundreds of thousands of PMA’s across the U.S.A. as fast as possible, this shift could be enough for us to take our Country back. My wife and I are Christians, parents, grandparents, we are Patriots, and we love our Country. We are here to help you succeed in business and life through the Power of a PMA.

Comment of The Day!

Hi Robert & Super Don,
First, I daily listen to your show from your website, and I really appreciate your positivity throughout the show that is very uplifting.  Second,  in case no one mentioned it the chat room, on Monday, December 13, 2021 show, the Question of the Day, asked the name of the guest person interviewed within the last few months to contact about the essential oil brands, etc.  The name of guest person was Marlene Ivette ( from your recent October 8, 2021 show.  Marlene talked extensively about what she did to help to assist her elderly parents that healed from covid, and Marlene did mention the doTerra essential oils that you spoke about on yesterday’s show, see show weblink,
Take care,

Question of The Day!

Hi Guys,
Is it o.k. to practice oil pulling if there are still mercury filling in one’s mouth?

Hour 2 – Outside The Box With Ty Bollinger!

It’s time to go Outside The Box again with Ty Bollinger! What will we be talking about today?

As the pandemic raged, at least 75 lawmakers bought and sold stock in companies that make COVID-19 vaccines, treatments, and tests Dozens of Republican and Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill have invested in companies that have a direct stake in the nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an Insider analysis of federal financial records.  In 2020, at least 13 senators and 35 US representatives held shares of Johnson & Johnson, the medical behemoth that produced the single-shot COVID-19 vaccine that more than 15 million Americans have received. At least 11 senators and 34 representatives also held shares in 2020 of another COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer, Pfizer. Two representatives or their spouses held shares of Moderna during the same year that the world went on lockdown in response to the pandemic. Lawmakers held these investments in COVID-19-minded companies as Congress was at the center of pandemic relief efforts. In 2020 and 2021, members of Congress voted on six relief bills together worth nearly $6 trillion. Congress also authorized more than $10 billion to help drug companies develop and distribute vaccines and forced health insurers to cover the cost of getting the shot.

Research finds immune system responds to mRNA treatment for cancer Adding messenger RNA, or mRNA therapy improves the response to cancer immunotherapy in patients who weren’t responding to the treatment, Mayo Clinic research shows. Immunotherapy uses the body’s immune system to prevent, control and eliminate cancer. The study is published in Cancer Immunology Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. The phrase messenger RNA and its acronym, mRNA, have become familiar to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. The mRNA vaccines for COVID-19 work by instructing in the body how to make a protein that triggers an immune response against the virus. MRNA technology has also been of interest to cancer researchers and physicians. One of the major obstacles in cancer treatment is the low response rate in patients who receive immune checkpoint inhibitors to prevent an from being so strong that it destroys in the body. “We found that by introducing mRNA in , it is possible to produce useful proteins to improve their anti-tumor activity without attempting to change the genome itself,” says Haidong Dong, M.D., Ph.D., a Mayo Clinic cancer researcher. “This approach may have the potential to be used across the spectrum of medicine to pull information gained from single-cell RNA-sequencing into mRNA-based therapy for patients.”

More Americans Left Religion During the Pandemic Religious affiliation in the U.S. has continued to fall during the pandemic, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center. The percentage of Americans who identify as Christians now stands at 63%, down from 65% in 2019 and from 78% in 2007. Meanwhile, 29% of Americans now identify as having no religion, up from 26% in 2019 and 16% in 2007, when Pew began tracking religious identity. Many places of worship closed during the pandemic—some voluntarily, others as a result of state and local social-distancing rules—and in-person church attendance is roughly 30% to 50% lower than it was before the pandemic, estimates Barna Group, a research firm that studies faith in the U.S. Millions of Americans moved to worshiping online, and questions linger about how many will come back in person. A previous Pew survey, in January, found that a third of Americans said their faith had grown stronger during the pandemic—the highest share of any developed country. But overall, religious engagement trended downward at roughly the same rate as before the pandemic, according to the new Pew survey.

What’s your religion? In US, a common reply now is “None” Nathalie Charles, even in her mid-teens, felt unwelcome in her Baptist congregation, with its conservative views on immigration, gender and sexuality. So she left. “I just don’t feel like that gelled with my view of what God is and what God can be,” said Charles, an 18-year-old of Haitian descent who identifies as queer and is now a freshman at Princeton University. “It wasn’t a very loving or nurturing environment for someone’s faith.” After leaving her New Jersey church three years ago, she identified as atheist, then agnostic, before embracing a spiritual but not religious life. In her dorm, she blends rituals at an altar, chanting Buddhist, Taoist and Hindu mantras and paying homage to her ancestors as she meditates and prays. The path taken by Charles places her among the religiously unaffiliated — the fastest-growing group in surveys asking Americans about their religious identity. They describe themselves as atheists, agnostics or “nothing in particular.” According to a survey released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center, this group — commonly known as the “nones” — now constitutes 29% of American adults. That’s up from 23% in 2016 and 19% in 2011.

A Tribute to Ed Arranga The medical freedom movement has lost one of its most effective, influential and beloved leaders — Ed Arranga died on Dec. 6, following a long battle with cancer. Ed was the architect of AutismOne, the country’s largest annual autism conference. Parents and professionals from around the globe gathered each year at Ed’s symposium to hear about biomedical advances affecting every aspect of autism. They learned about cutting-edge treatments and therapies, legislative developments and legal insights, and they received practical training in how to approach, persuade and recruit lawmakers and to effectively advocate for children and adults with the diagnosis. Parents describe their AutismOne experiences as life-changing. The annual conclave was a lifeline where desperately struggling parents learned they weren’t alone in the universe. Many of them formed lifelong friendships, strengthened bonds and fine-tuned their children’s home and educational plans. During the last year of his life, Ed fought to keep autism at the forefront of the world’s consciousness as the COVID-19 crisis eclipsed all other medical concerns. Meanwhile, the number of affected children continued to soar.

Herbs, Spice & Everything Nice: Your Guide to Healthy Holiday Eating It’s that time of the year again… laughter is in the air, mistletoe is springing up everywhere, and the hustle and bustle of gift buying and family time is lifting everyone’s spirits into relative good cheer. It’s also the season of holiday hams and turkey, candied yams, pecan pies, and other traditional Christmas fare. Beyond the threat of expanding your waistline, the season’s culinary delights can be a formidable health nightmare if you’re trying to live a cancer-free lifestyle. Total abstinence from these delectable delights isn’t really an option for most – who wants to be that garish suppertime Grinch, after all? Also, there’s always the New Year to get back on track and in shape, right? I’d be lying if I said that there hasn’t been a time when I opted to just gorge on all those Christmas goodies and ask questions later, which is probably something you’ve done as well. But the good news is, there’s a better way to handle these holiday temptations – and it all begins with your spice rack. Truth be told, you don’t necessarily have to sacrifice all the festive flavors of the holiday season to stay healthy this Christmas. Many of the most common herbs and spices found in your favorite holiday dishes are packed with unique nutritional and medicinal compounds. Many of these compounds have been scientifically shown to aid your body in balancing blood sugar levels, promote healthy digestion, and even help to lower your overall risk of cancer.

Stevia: The Healthy Ancient Sweetener {Plus a MUST-HAVE Apple Pie Recipe!} You’ve likely heard of Stevia, the popular sweetener that everyone seems to hail as the new healthy alternative to sugar. But is the hype justified? Let’s take a look. The stevia plant is a member of the daisy and ragweed family, also known as candyleaf, sweetleaf, and sugarleaf (scientific name Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni). It has been used for more than 1,500 years by the indigenous Guarani people of Brazil and Paraguay as a natural sweetener, medicine, and sweet treat. Stevia is unlike other sugar substitutes in that it’s derived from a plant rather than artificially synthesized. The Italian botanist, Moises Santiago Bertoni, is often credited with the discovery of stevia in the late 1800s. However, native Guarani people had already been using it for centuries to treat burns, colic, and stomach problems. They also habitually chewed the leaves as a sweet treat. Today, the stevia plant is cultivated widely for those sweet leaves, which are used to make many commercially available, non-caloric, artificial sweeteners. The natural chemical compounds in stevia leaves that are responsible for its sweetness are known as steviol glycosides – specifically, stevioside, rebaudioside (which has 5 variations: A, B, C, D, E, and F), steviolbioside, and isosteviol. Stevioside is sweet, but has a bitter licorice-like aftertaste, while rebaudiosides by themselves are sweet without the bitterness and are usually present in highly-refined commercial stevia products. Raw stevia products contain both stevioside and one or more rebaudiosides, while most highly processed forms only contain rebaudiosides. Stevia is also a good source of other nutrients such as polyphenols, carotenoids, chlorophyll compounds, and amino acids, making whole-plant extracts the best option if you’re planning to add stevia to your diet.

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