October 5th, 2021 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Pfizer Scientist: ‘Your Antibodies are Probably Better than the Vaccination’ Project Veritas released the fourth video in its COVID vaccine investigative series today which exposed three Pfizer officials saying that antibodies lead to equal, if not better, protection against the virus compared to the vaccine. Nick Karl, a scientist who is directly involved in the production of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, said that natural immunity is more effective than the very vaccine he works on, and Pfizer produces. “When somebody is naturally immune — like they got COVID — they probably have more antibodies against the virus…When you actually get the virus, you’re going to start producing antibodies against multiple pieces of the virus…So, your antibodies are probably better at that point than the [COVID] vaccination,” Karl said. Notwithstanding, Karl still believes that vaccine mandates are positive for society. “The city [of New York] needs like vax cards and everything. It’s just about making it so inconvenient for unvaccinated people to the point where they’re just like, ‘F*ck it. I’ll get it.’ You know?”
Scientists at Pfizer are saying the same things that get regular people deplatformed and labelled conspiracy theorists.
Project Veritas does it again.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 5, 2021
The Latest: Fauci addresses vaccine hesitancy Dr. Anthony Fauci says he’s worried that people resisting COVID-19 vaccine shots based on religious grounds may be confusing that with a philosophical objection. Fauci, who is President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, says getting the COVID-19 vaccine is no different in concept than receiving other vaccines such as for measles, which have been done for many years. He says a public health review found “very, very few, literally less than a handful” of established religions which actually oppose vaccinations. Religious exemptions have been on the rise since Biden last month announced sweeping new COVID-19 vaccine mandates covering more than 100 million Americans. Fauci acknowledges the challenges of businesses to determine if an employee’s claimed religious exemption is more an excuse to bypass legal requirements. He told CNN’s “State of the Union”: “I would hope that people would understand that all of this is for their benefit, for the safety of themselves, their family and their societal responsibility.”
The Extraordinary Hypocrisy of Molnupiravir Trigger alert: This article may upset those who care about other human beings. Molnupiravir (mull-noo-’peer-aveer) is the talk of the town, belle of the ball in the press. “Game changer” is the word on the street, according to a message to Science Insider: “Molnupiravir is unquestionably a game changer! The large effect size, and the ease of administration change the paradigm of mild COVID-19 treatment with a potential to reduce COVID-19 death rates.” See: Science Magazine The hype even included Fauci going on in an interview about how the idea that molnupiravir is so effective that the vaccine won’ t be needed. “That’s such a false narrative” Fauci aped at the camera. What’s all the excitement & hype about? Well for one, Merck reported no deaths in the molnupirvir group, but there were eight deaths in the placebo group. Great news, right? Hold on there. This is an interim analysis. On non-hospitalized patients. (See the Phase 3 MOVe-OUT trial record at ClinicalTrials.gov) Why, when the litany of studies have been published on the efficacy of off-label use of hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, has been press been hostile to the published studies? When meta-analyses find that the studies – both randomized clinical trials and observational studies – spanning the range of prophylaxis, mild, moderate and severe COVID-19 support immediate adoption for early treatment using ivermectin especially – why in the world is Merck’s molnupirvir interim analysis given the spotlight?
Question of The Day!
I have an old root canaled tooth that needs to be extracted. I am a (non-jabbed!!!) New Yorker and am looking for a trustworthy biological dentist. Are there any you might be able to recommend? If not, suggestions on how to select one would be helpful. If there are any RSB listeners who might be able to recommend one that would help too. It’s an invasive procedure and and expensive one.. I just want to make sure I’m in the right hands. Thanks so much.
Ps. Luckily I live 30 mins north of Manhattan. In the last several months I’ve been there twice…each time to join the jab mandate protests. Otherwise, I’d have no interest in going..as I do not have DiBlasio’s “key to NYC pass”!!!
At-home COVID-19 tests recalled kits amid false-positive results The Ellume brand of at-home COVID-19 tests is recalling a number of kits after an increased number of false-positive test results. The company said it worked with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to remove the affected tests from the market and said it has isolated the cause and confirmed this incidence of false positives is limited to specific lot numbers. Click here for the specific lot numbers. When asked what the issue was causing the recall, an Ellume spokesperson said “The increase in false positives was the result of a supply chain issue with one of the test components. Because of the proprietary information involved in the manufacturing process, we cannot offer more specifics.” If you’ve taken an Ellume at-home COVID-19 test and are interested to see if your test is part of the recall, click here and enter your analyzer ID number and ZIP code.
Critics slam Twitter fact check of obituary attributing young mother’s death to vaccine Critics are slamming Twitter after the social media company fact checked an obituary of a young mother that attributed her death to a rare blood disorder induced by the coronavirus vaccine. “This obituary is ‘misleading’ says Twitter. ‘For [on Twitter] we are not afraid to follow the truth wherever it may lead,’ unless of course it contradicts what Dr. Fauci or the enlightened government and tech overlords say you must do for your healthcare,” Republican Texas Rep. Chip Roy tweeted in response to the fact-checked obituary. The fact check came after an unverified Twitter account posted a link to the obituary, accompanied by the caption: “Seattle, WA — Jessica Berg Wilson, an ‘exceptionally healthy and vibrant 37-year-old young mother with no underlying health conditions,’ passed away from COVID Vaccine-Induced Thrombotic Thrombocytopenia. She did not want to get vaccinated.”
This obituary is “misleading” says Twitter. “For [on Twitter] we are not afraid to follow the truth wherever it may lead,” unless of course it contradicts what Dr. Fauci or the enlightened government and tech overlords say you must do for your healthcare… #HealthcareFreedom https://t.co/3deHszWVsu
— Chip Roy (@chiproytx) October 3, 2021
Hour 2 Special Guest – Tracey Stroup and Jamie Dorley
Allen James Dorley III A.C.S.M.
CEO, Co-Founder, Owner
Jamie Dorley has been involved in the natural health field in a variety of capacities for over twenty years. Holding a Bachelor of Science degree from Slippery Rock University in community health, and certification from the American College of Sports medicine as a certified trainer, Jamie’s career includes having counseled and coached athletes, executives, and school teams, and many years serving as a sales executive and formulator for several national nutritional and sports supplement companies. As co-founder with Dr James Winer of Nutritional Frontiers, Jamie is the current CEO and oversees the formulation and distribution of premium therapeutic quality nutritional supplements through health professionals nationwide. His expertise is highly valued by the many patients whom he has helped with a wide variety of health challenges since joining the staff of Winer Wellness Center in 2007.
Tracey Stroup has been in the health and wellness industry for over 25 years. She has a B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science from the Pennsylvania State University with a minor in Nutrition. She has also continued her education taking courses in biochemistry, biology and food science. Tracey is a Certified Digestive Health Specialist from the Food Enzyme Institute. She once dreamed of going to medical school but turned down her acceptance to pursue a career in natural health. She completed her designation as a Naturopathic Doctor from Trinity School of Natural Health with additional courses as a Master Herbalist, Iridology and is a Certified Natural Health Professional.
Tracey’s career in Natural Health has been vast. Her first career path was as a personal trainer and quickly advanced to Fitness Director of several gyms. She eventually opened her own personal training studio from 2005 – 2012 where she employed three additional trainers with an average clientele of 200+ clients a week. Upon attaining her natural health designation, Tracey became an instructor for her Alma Mater. During that time she owned a successful natural health practice in her hometown utilizing the trilogy of health approach with each client: mind, body and spirit. Within her practice she co-owned a juice bar and corporate wellness company. Tracey has been the Vice President of Operations for a natural health college establishing curriculum, partnerships with large supplement companies and creating natural health business management strategies for graduates of the program. Tracey was recruited by a leading Biocommunication company as their Vice President of Operations where she designed practitioner software, educational concepts and marketing strategies to promote their software and brand.
The future is bright…
Tracey’s experience and education have now brought her to Nutritional Frontiers. As our Chief Operating Officer, Tracey’s mission is to work with practitioners in the field to create educational opportunities beyond their scope of practice, provide a platform to share their expertise through our new division, Nutritional Frontiers University, and to teach the masses about the value of a foundational living. Tracey works directly with Nutritional Frontiers departments to provide guidance for better operations to enhance the customer experience. She is instrumental in creating new divisions to educate and provide wellness to the consumer populations. Programs like the Nutritional Frontiers University, The 5R System and our new Corporate Wellness division are a few examples of programs introduced since her joining our team.
“I’m truly excited to be part of the Nutritional Frontiers team. This is a company based on education, great products and wonderful people. Together we can unify the industry of medical and natural health professionals under the brand of knowledge and the common goal to make the world healthy again.” Tracey
Topical Cannabis for Leg Ulcers Like many great discoveries in medicine, it started with an ‘Aha’ moment when Canadian physician Dr. Vincent Maida realised that leg ulcers could be penetrated by fat-loving cannabis compounds, which in turn could reach the plethora of cannabinoid receptors below. Very few people are more committed to finding a better solution for wound management than Dr. Maida, who amongst other things runs a tertiary wound clinic caring for the most hard-to-heal leg ulcers in the greater Toronto area. “Integument [the outside skin, cutaneous membranes and mucous membranes] and wound is the area of healthcare with the worst outcome measures,” explains Maida. “And yet, when you look at the massive expenditures – the United States spends upwards of $80 billion a year on wounds. And most of that I can submit to you is in vain and is just silly dressings that do nothing.” Unless we ourselves are elderly, or care for someone over the age of seventy, it’s unlikely we’ve ever given much thought to leg ulcers, which are defined as a long lasting sore that takes more than two weeks to heal. I certainly hadn’t until my brother, who like me has been blessed with a hearty array of varicose veins from a tender age, started to get leg wounds that refused to close.
Scientists discover three rare cannabinoids reduce seizures in mice Research from pharmacologists at the University of Sydney provides new insights into how cannabis extracts may work to treat epilepsy. The study for the first time reports that three acidic cannabinoids found in cannabis reduced seizures in a mouse model of Dravet syndrome, an intractable form of childhood epilepsy. The study has been published in the British Journal of Pharmacology. “From the early nineteenth century cannabis extracts were used in Western medicine to treat seizures but cannabis prohibition got in the way of advancing the science,” said Associate Professor Jonathon Arnold from the Lambert Initiative for Cannabinoid Therapeutics and the Sydney Pharmacy School. “Now we are able to explore how the compounds in this plant can be adapted for modern therapeutic treatments.” In 2015, Barry and Joy Lambert made an historic donation to the University of Sydney to advance scientific research on medicinal cannabis and cannabinoid therapeutics. Barry and Joy’s granddaughter Katelyn suffers from Dravet syndrome, which features frequent seizures and causes delays in cognitive and motor development. Conventional therapies often do not provide adequate seizure control and patients have a reduced quality of life.
The Endocannabinoid System & the Brain At Project CBD, we often write about how cannabinoids and the broader endocannabinoid system help maintain homeostasis in the body and affect physical health in myriad ways. But this vast system of cellular receptors, ligands (compounds that bind to these receptors), and enzymes also influences mental health, cognition, emotion, and other processes seated squarely in the brain. Cannabinoid receptor type 1 (CB1) is perhaps the most abundant G protein-coupled receptor throughout the central nervous system. The broader family of GPCRs includes roughly 750 different receptors, nearly 150 of which are targeted by pharmaceuticals representing more than one-third of all approved drugs in the United States and Europe. CB1 is present in very high levels in several brain regions, including the cerebellum and the hippocampus, and distributed at lower levels more generally – where it helps modulate neurotransmitter release, among other functions. Key CB1 agonists, which activate the receptor to produce a variety of cellular responses, include the endogenous cannabinoids anandamide and 2-AG and the phytocannabinoid THC. So it’s really no wonder that cannabis, as well as various foods and activities that enhance the endocannabinoid system (ECS), can have a pronounced, positive impact on brain function. Though there is still much more to learn, recently released papers suggest a growing range of beneficial effects.