September 20th, 2021 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Gottlieb: ‘Nobody knows’ origins of six-foot social-distancing recommendation Former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner Scott Gottlieb said on Sunday that “nobody knows” the origins of the six-foot social-distancing recommendation. During an appearance on CBS’s “Face The Nation,” Gottlieb told host Margaret Brennan that the recommendation was arbitrary, saying that the Biden administration asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to change its guidelines from six feet to three feet in an effort to re-open schools last spring. “Nobody knows where it came from. Most people assume that the six feet of distance, the recommendation for keeping six feet apart, comes out of some old studies related to flu, where droplets don’t travel more than six feet,” Gottlieb told Brennan. Gottlieb also said that the CDC’s initial social-distancing recommendation was 10 feet. “So the compromise was around six feet. Now imagine if that detail had leaked out. Everyone would have said, ‘This is the White House politically interfering with the CDC’s judgment.’ The CDC said 10 feet, it should be 10 feet, but 10 feet was no more right than six feet and ultimately became three feet,” Gottlieb said.
Pfizer says its Covid vaccine is safe and generates robust immune response in kids ages 5 to 11 A smaller dose of Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine is safe and generates a “robust” immune response in a clinical trial of kids ages 5 to 11, the drugmakers announced Monday. The news couldn’t come any sooner for parents anxious to get their children vaccinated as kids start the new school year with the delta variant surging across America. Children’s Covid cases remain disturbingly high with 243,000 new infections during the week ended Sept. 9. — the second-highest number of kids’ cases since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the most recent data from the American Academy of Pediatrics. The data, which included more than 2,200 children, will be submitted to the Food and Drug Administration and other health regulators “as soon as possible,” the companies said. Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said last week the company could submit data on children ages 5 to 11 by the end of this month. If the FDA spends as much time reviewing the data for that age group as it did for 12- to 15-year-olds, the shots could be available in time for Halloween. “Depending on how long the FDA takes to review the application, whether it’s a four-week review or a six-week review, you could have a vaccine available to children as early as probably by the end of October” or early November, Scott Gottlieb, a Pfizer board member and the former head of the FDA, told CNBC on Monday.
Special Guest Maryam Henein
Maryam Henein is an investigative journalist, functional medicine consultant, and founder and editor-in-chief of HoneyColony. She is also the director of the award-winning documentary film Vanishing of the Bees, narrated by Ellen Page.
COVID Vaccines Bloody Travesty: From Shots to Clots People face a difficult decision on whether or not to take an experimental or even approved COVID vaccine for the first time or as a booster shot. So much information tells the ugly story of people who have suffered illness or death because they were not vaccinated. But there are also increasing stories of breakthrough infections despite vaccination. Why? Because these vaccines are not working very well. Just as important as declining vaccine effectiveness over time is the increasing evidence of direct harm from vaccines. Their safety is not what government agencies proclaim. And getting booster shots just raises vaccine harm issues. It has become increasingly clear that natural immunity obtained from prior COVID infection is better than vaccine immunity. The ideal solution is not getting vaccine shots, but seeing treatment protocols as vaccine alternatives. How can people make good, informed decisions about the vaccines? Especially those who have refused to capitulate to the coercion and propaganda. This article provides good information about blood clots and bleeding that have injured and killed many people worldwide. People will not get solid information on vaccine induced blood problems from mainstream big media.
— Maryam Henein/ #Shadowbanned (aka BeeLady) (@MaryamHenein) September 18, 2021
Special Guest Mike Adams
Mike Adams, the “Health Ranger,” is an outspoken consumer health advocate, award-winning investigative journalist, internet activist and science lab director.
He is the founder and editor of NaturalNews.com, the internet’s most-trafficked natural health news website. He is also the creator of CounterThink.com, FoodInvestigations.com, HealingFoodReference.com, HonestFoodGuide.org and several other websites covering natural health topics.
Adams has received accolades and testimonials from several key influencers in the natural health space, including Dr. Michael T. Murray and raw food pioneer David Wolfe (see testimonials, below).
Mike Adams is widely recognized as having a strong technical aptitude that has allowed his websites to achieve very high degrees of success on the internet. He is also widely known to be a highly influential writer and presenter.
Federal workers can be fired for refusing vaccination, but must show up to work until their cases are determined, new guidance says Federal employees can be fired for refusing to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, but as their disciplinary cases wind through the system, they will report to work alongside vaccinated colleagues, according to Biden administration guidance issued this week. The new guidance to implement a vaccine mandate for the government, which Biden announced last week, represents a reversal of the strategy the White House coronavirus task force pushed in August for those employees without shots who refused under an earlier plan to get regular testing for covid-19. Then, agencies were told they could place employees on administrative leave, a paid suspension used widely for short-term absences but also when a manager proposes removing an employee. “They seem like they decided to go with a harder approach,” said Jeff Friday, general counsel for the National Federation of Federal Employees, which has about 100,000 members at the Defense Department, U.S. Forest Service and other agencies. “You’re still going to have to work until you’re let go,” Friday said. “Paid leave is certainly a disincentive to getting vaccinated.”
Religious exemption to vaccine mandates may be difficult to obtain, as Amish case shows New mandates could force millions of Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine. But exemptions may be available for those who have a medical condition or a sincerely held religious belief that prevents them from getting vaccinated. In our world of bureaucrats gone wild, what counts as a “sincerely held religious belief” is anything but simple. A recent case, unrelated to the pandemic, illustrates the point. When an Amish community in Minnesota sought a religious exemption from state water control regulations, power-hungry bureaucrats denied the religious exemption, claiming that the group’s religious beliefs were not sincerely held. The Amish don’t live like most Americans. They deliberately lack the modern conveniences we enjoy. Our pop culture celebrates the unshakable Amish fidelity to their cherished beliefs. Anyone knows that from the movie “Witness,” starring Harrison Ford, Weird Al Yankovic’s satirical “Amish Paradise” (a send-up of Coolio’s non-Amish “Gangsta’s Paradise”) or the reality show “Breaking Amish.” When the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) targeted one of the most traditional Amish communities for failing to comply with a water treatment mandate, it threatened to “[displace] the Amish from their homes, [move] all their possessions, and [declare] their homes uninhabitable” if they did not comply. Far from fighting homelessness, the MPCA tried hard to cause it.
Question of The Day!
I’m a long time listener. Probably about 10 years. I know one of the major side effects of the jab is blood clotting. For people that have had the JAB, (not me! ) What is an alternative to aspirin for blood thinning? I’ve heard mixed info on white willow bark. What are the best healthy natural alternatives to aspirin?
Thanks for all you do!
And you too Super D!
Buffalo Bills Require Proof Of Vaccine, NFL Star Cole Beasley Offer To Buy Unvaccinated Tickets With COVID-19 cases continuing to surge in certain places around the U.S, President Joe Biden has urged all Americans to get vaccinated. Democrats even pleaded with businesses and sports venues to start turning away people who refuse to get the vaccine. While numerous businesses have implemented a vaccine-only policy, when it comes to the NFL, only four teams, the Raiders, Seahawks, Saints, and Bills require any person in attendance to show proof of vaccination before attending any home game. But while they try to push the vaccine, NFL star Cole Beasley spoke out on the matter and presented a generous offer to those unvaccinated fans. After the Buffalo Bills released a statement mandating proof of the vaccine, wide receiver Beasley and long snapper Reid Ferguson decided to make a statement of their own, and it’s in direct conflict with the Bill’s statement. According to both players, they will pay for a couple of lucky fan’s tickets to any away game because they have the right to decide to get the vaccine or not. Responding to fan Chris Hauquitz, who is still questioning the vaccine, Beasley wrote, “If you find an away game you are able to go to then I will buy the tickets for you guys. DM me names and everything and I’ll figure out the best way to make it happen.”