June 18, 2019 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Vaccine exemptions are a necessary part of religious toleration Likely to be lost amid all the liberal preening about the mandatory vaccination bill signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week is the fact that, during the period covered by the so-called “epidemic,” not a single person has died from a confirmed case of measles in the state of New York. The sun and moon have not dropped from the sky and the red-splotched corpses of thousands of victims do not litter the streets of Brooklyn. Nor are they likely to do so. Everyone involved knows this. The new law is legislation of the very worst kind — passed in a fit of self-aggrandizing indignation and meant to affect a single group of people who are all but named. I am referring to the minority of Orthodox Jews in New York who have refused to vaccinate their children and whose objections were, until last week, granted specific legal protection. This is not a question of so-called “association” or “public accommodations.” No one is demanding the right to send unvaccinated children to public schools, nor are the post-faith bobos of today’s Williamsburg likely to send their own children, if they have any, to receive an Orthodox education. The new law is about power and control for their own sake.
Connecticut parents sue over release of child vaccine data Parents of a boy with autism are suing the state Department of Public Health for releasing school-level data in May that revealed how many unvaccinated children attended each of Connecticut’s private and public schools during the 2017-18 school year. Kristen and Brian Festa, who are representing themselves without an attorney thus far, are seeking an injunction against the public health department to stop the release of the data for the 2018-19 school year, which the department has yet to release. The complaint says the Festas have a son who attends Meliora Academy in Meriden where 18.5 percent of the students reported religious exemptions to required vaccinations for the 2017-18 school year. The attorney general’s office is representing the public health department in the lawsuit and has asked for an extension to respond. A judge is expected to hear arguments on the request for the continuance on July 15. On May 3, the public health department released school-level data for the first time, including the percentage of children in kindergarten and seventh grade in each school who were vaccinated against measles and other diseases as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The DPH also included the percentage of children in any grade who claimed an immunization exemption, which is based on what the schools report to the state.
Special Guest Jefferey Jaxen!
Jefferey Jaxen is a researcher, independent investigative journalist, writer and voice for health freedom on the front lines of society’s shift towards higher consciousness. Jefferey is constantly working behind the scenes to spotlight the untold, censored and under-reported stories of our time. His mission in life is to teach & empower others to take back their power and heal themselves. As a compelling writer, active researcher, and creative force his work has been catapulted into the mainstream. Jefferey was recently featured in the documentary The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest. His writing has been featured by RT, Natural News, InfoWars, Collective-Evolution, Waking Times, GreenMedInfo, The Truth About Cancer and countless others. Along with being a regular guest on national and international television networks and radio shows, his articles are read by tens of thousands weekly. In addition, he has set himself apart with his growing library of unique and original spoken word pieces.
IS THE CDC FOUNDATION DIRECTING MAILCHIMP’S VACCINE CENSORSHIP? On June 7 Mailchimp announced it had already shut down a number of accounts for “anti-vaccination content.” Mailchimp also announced it was adding the ‘anti-vaccination’ category to its routine searches for prohibited content. Nowhere on Mailchimp’s website did it elaborate what constituted ‘anti-vaccination’ content. Reporting on the move, CNBC writes “The company began quietly enforcing this decision last week” yet no discussion or reasoning was given as to why the enforcement needed to be done quietly.
Facebook reports revealed that Mailchimp’s account cancellations began before they released their public statement. The pre-emptive “quiet” move resulted in customers locked out of accounts and unable to retrieve their data without warning or a clear remedy. Mailchimp did not return a request asking what prompted them to start their censorship and what constituted ‘anti-vaccination’ content on their platform. Despite there being several meaningful, scientific reasons to pose questions about both the efficacy and accepted harms of vaccination, such discussion has been eliminated from the modern public square that social media comprises. Mailchimp is a basic email marketing service in which customers pay them to collect and warehouse the emails of those interested in the particular messages, content, services or products of the paying customer. Mailchimp allows the customer to use the email list they have build to interact with their subscriber base.
NEW YORK BECOMES 6TH STATE TO END RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS FOR VACCINATION New York has voted to eliminate its religious exemptions to vaccination. The Democrat-led Assembly and Senate both approved the measure Thursday in the face of hundreds of protestors opposing the bill. Religious exemptions are still offered in 46 other states. The states that do not allow exemptions on religious grounds include California, Arizona, West Virginia and Mississippi with Maine being the most recent addition to the list. The bill was signed almost immediately by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo stated, “The science is crystal clear: vaccines are safe, effective…While I understand and respect freedom of religion, our first job is to protect the public health…” Unfortunately for Cuomo, it does not matter what he personally thinks he understands or says he respects, the free exercise of religion is an unalienable right in the United States. As a government employee granted limited power by The People, is it really up to him to dictate how nearly 20 million New Yorkers practice their individual religious beliefs? “This new law, which was rammed through the New York legislature without public participation violates the human right to hold religious and spiritual beliefs that honor and protect bodily integrity,” said Barbara Loe Fisher, Co-founder and President of the National Vaccine Information Center. “When a government has to resort to forcing parents to choose between violating their religious beliefs and conscience or giving their children a school education, that government has chosen to rule by fear and coercion and will lose the respect and trust of the people.”
Former FDA Advisor On LASIK Eye Surgery: ‘It Should Have Never Been Approved’ “Imagine every good thing you see today, tomorrow you don’t,” said Rick Rackley of Plano, who gets emotional talking about his corrective eye surgery one year ago. The gourmet food truck owner, who loves the outdoors, wanted didn’t want to wear prescription sunglasses when he was outdoors. But he says LASIK eye surgery made his eyesight worse. “There is substantial blurriness. It’s just fuzzy,” he said. Heather Christensen of Dallas also had LASIK eye surgery eight years ago. “For months after that I was seeing rainbows and halos around everything,” she said. She didn’t need glasses when she got the procedure so it frustrates her that now she does. She blames LASIK for making her eyes worse. “I was reaching 40. I was having trouble reading labels and small print,” she said explaining the reason behind getting LASIK. Both she and Rackley say they regret the surgery. “Definitely, I wouldn’t t do it again,” said Rackley. “Absolutely! I would be in a much better place if I hadn’t,” added Christensen.
Child death toll from brain disease crosses 100 in India as parents protest Scores of parents and locals gathered outside a hospital in the eastern Indian state of Bihar on Tuesday to protest the death of more than 100 children over the past three weeks. Health authorities have confirmed that at least 109 children have died in the city of Muzaffarpur due to inflammation or infection in the brain. The fatal diagnosis is acute encephalitis, a neurological disease caused by either a virus or environmental toxins connected to the lychee fruit. Protestors were yelling for government officials, who have been trickling in to assess the situation, to leave the hospital premises. Local media showed mothers sobbing, parents running alongside gurneys transporting their babies, and droves of parents entering the hospital premises with children in their arms, asking for help. Official responses — both medical and administrative — have been weak and delayed, some politicians say. In just two hospitals in the region, more than 400 children complaining of fever, dizziness and delirium have been admitted since the start of the year. Acute encephalitis syndrome has spread across a few districts in India, focused in pockets in the poorer states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal, which also have some of the country’s hottest summers.
Questions of The Day!
Hi Robert & Super Don! My 7 month old puppy has a UTI Staph infection – coagulase negative species. She may have had this for several months because it was only discovered by accident at a vet appointment. The vet claims this type is particularly difficult to resolve without a 10-day course of certain antibiotics such as Simpliseta or Bactrol (sp). She also noted that this strain does not respond well to the usual cranberry-type remedies or even penicillin. I do not want to give her antibiotics. I just started her on Sovereign Silver but am interested in any other remedies including homeopathy that you or your listeners may have. I have also made a phone appointment with Dr. Siegel at Pasco Vet in FL but will not be able to consult with her for another 7 days. Thank you so much for your thoughts!
PS – Stop by for an organic cheesecake and more Green Flash when you are in CA again!!! Allie
Hi Robert, I listened to you on Mel’s Conference call Saturday and loved every minute of your info,
Could you please E-mail how to use the nebulizer and which is the best to buy and how to use the solverign silver in it. I was exposed to mold and still battling Morgellons.
Feds Announce They Will Stop Regulating the Number of Cherries in Cherry Pies When he first took office, President Trump pledged to eliminate 75 to 80 percent of all Food and Drug Administration regulations. A recent deregulatory effort is a small step in this direction. It also serves as a comical (and a little concerning) example of how far the agency’s regulatory authority extends. The FDA recently committed to deregulating the frozen cherry pie market. Specifically, the agency is re-examining current regulations dictating that frozen cherry pies are required to be at least 25 percent cherries by weight and that no more than 15 percent of these cherries may be blemished. The FDA has dedicated considerable effort to publicize its efforts. As (recently resigned) FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tweeted, the agency considers deregulating cherry pie to be “among other high priorities.” He later referred to the initiative as “a down payment on a comprehensive effort to modernize food standards to reduce regulatory burden and remove old-fashioned barriers to innovation.”
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