July 31, 2023 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
How Did Remdesivir Obtain Approval for Kidney Disease? Remdesivir may be the most despised drug in American history, earning the nickname Run Death Is Near for its lethal record during COVID. Experts claimed that it would stop COVID; instead, it stopped kidney function, then blasted the liver and other organs. Now this reviled destroyer of kidneys has been approved by the FDA for COVID treatment of kidney patients. Does anybody else feel as if the FDA is shoving its power in our faces and laughing at us? I’ve been joining online support groups for people who lost loved ones to the Remdesivir Protocol — a nightmarish sequence in which a patient is isolated in the hospital, bullied into taking Remdesivir, ventilated, and then sedated to death. Thousands of Americans were killed this way, possibly hundreds of thousands. These support groups are a deeply somber business. Grieving faces fill the screen of people who lost a parent, spouse, sibling, or child. Some speak with icy anger; some choke back sobs as they tell of the deadly abuse inflicted on their loved ones, shattering their families forever. I asked them what they thought of the FDA’s decision to approve Remdesivir for people with severe renal impairment, including dialysis. “Morally, how can you do that?” Joyce Wilson said. “It’s a death sentence. They didn’t care if people had kidney issues or not. My husband went into the hospital in kidney distress. They exacerbated it with Remdesivir. Then they ventilated him, and he died.”
Special Guest Carolyn Blakeman
Carolyn “CC” Blakeman is the Director and Legal Liaison of the FormerFedsGroup Freedom Foundation. She is also a political blogger, artist, and researcher. Carolyn helped start the COVID19 Humanity Betrayal Memory Project, which is a large searchable database that houses thousands of hospital protocol and vaccine injured cases. She is also the coordinator for the We the People 50 Project, which is working state by state to get the shots recalled based on them being contaminated. She works closely with the attorneys that are taking these cases and is the host of The FormerFedsFocus Podcast and co host of the Declare Truth Outloud Podcast. Carolyn has always been passionate about politics and the direction of our country. She believes in keeping power with the people and keeping our government limited in its role in our lives. She is a firm believer in individual freedom and the principles laid out in the Constitution. She also believes in the sanctity of life and the importance of keeping government out of personal decisions, especially when it relates to healthcare.
Question of The Day!
Hi Robert…. Since Dr. Buttar isn’t here to help my friend…. I’m thinking maybe you can help him. We just had our 45th class reunion and this is what we learned: Gary was diagnosed with a rare & advanced form of liver cancer. (Worse, it’s inoperable: Surgery/transplants unavailable; chemo regiment has begun, not as cure to the cancer but to potentially lessen collateral health issues). Gary & Kaye are warriors, maintaining ridiculously-good attitudes. They quickly shared the diagnosis w/their families. They didn’t want others feeling sorry for them, so they were hesitant sharing the news widely. Are you able to give advice of what you would do? You have a practice…right? If you do I will give him your information and see if he will contact you❤️ (he is in Utah!)
They took blockbuster drugs for weight loss and diabetes. Now their stomachs are paralyzed Joanie Knight has a message for anyone considering drugs like Ozempic or Wegovy, which have become popular for the dramatic weight loss they can help people achieve. “I wish I never touched it. I wish I’d never heard of it in my life,” said Knight, 37, of Angie, Louisiana. “This medicine made my life hell. So much hell. It has cost me money. It cost me a lot of stress; it cost me days and nights and trips with my family. It’s cost me a lot, and it’s not worth it. The price is too high.” Brenda Allen, 42, of Dallas feels the same way. Her doctor prescribed Wegovy for weight loss. “And even now, being off the medication for almost a year, I’m still having a lot of problems,” Allen said. She said she was at urgent care recently after vomiting so much that she became dehydrated. Emily Wright, 38, a teacher in Toronto, started taking Ozempic in 2018. Over a year, she said, she lost 80 pounds, which she’s been able to keep off. But Wright said she now vomits so frequently that she had to take a leave of absence from her job. “I’ve almost been off Ozempic for a year, but I’m still not back to my normal,” Wright said.
Special Guest Chad Stewart
Born in Newport Beach, California, Chad Robert Stewart is an international award-winning, bestselling author, global strategist, and creativity educator. Chad founded the prestigious Britfield Institute, dedicated to creativity and literacy; and Devonfield, a media empire committed to the highest quality in education, publishing, and film productions. A previous investment banker, Chad has worked at Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, and Merrill Lynch. He received a Bachelor of Arts in British Literature and European History from Brown University; earned an M.B.A. from Boston College; and is pursuing a Master of Science in Advanced Management and a PhD in Creativity and Innovation at Claremont Graduate University. Now based in San Diego, he is a strong supporter of education and the Arts; professor at Fermanian School of Business, PLNU; Past Board President of the San Diego Ballet.
The Britfield Institute is committed to bringing creativity into the classroom, promoting literacy, and fostering a child’s imagination. Impacting all demographics, we provide students, teachers, educators, and schools the opportunity to read and write with passion while inspiring critical thinking, communication, and collaboration. The Britfield Institute provides underprivileged schools and children resources, workshops, and opportunities.
Don’t eat borax: Experts blast toxic TikTok trend as ‘patently dangerous’ Maybe you remember the “life-threatening” Tide Pod challenge of 2018, in which people were dared to eat the laundry detergent, leading to several deaths. Now there’s an “insane” new online trend that might be even more dangerous: consuming borax, a laundry powder and pesticide. A handful of TikTok videos show people “jumping on the borax train” by adding the white powder to smoothies or coffee as a way to ease the symptoms of arthritis, lupus or other health issues. But “borax is actually a poisonous compound and should never be eaten,” Dr. Kelly Johnson-Arbor, a medical toxicology doctor and co-director at the National Capital Poison Center, told Yahoo In the Know. “Borax consumption has been recently popularized on TikTok as a way to treat inflammation, but … there is no evidence that swallowing borax has any human health benefits,” Johnson-Arbor added. Borax is a naturally occurring compound, often known as sodium borate, that contains the elements boron, sodium, oxygen and hydrogen. Borax can be mined from dried lake beds, like those around California’s Death Valley.