August 30th, 2021 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
The Real Reason Fauci Is Stepping Down? ‘His Presence Is No Longer Politically Sustainable.’ While Dr. Anthony Fauci claims he’s stepping down to “pursue the next chapter” of his career, an attorney who has been pursuing legal accountability for Fauci’s actions believes it’s because “his presence is no longer politically sustainable.” Fauci announced on Aug. 22 that he is stepping down from his positions as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, chief of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Laboratory of Immunoregulation and as chief medical adviser to U.S. President Joe Biden. “The huge pop we are all hearing is the global opening of champagne bottles celebrating Fauci’s departure,” attorney Thomas Renz told The Epoch Times. Renz is the lead attorney in several major cases brought against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Defense, the Biden administration and Fauci himself; regarding forced vaccine mandates, the COVID-19 lockdowns, mask mandates, business closures, alleged hospital negligence, vaccine injuries to military personnel and civilians and efforts to censor the truth about COVID-19. While his assertions have been dismissed as “false,” “rich in conspiracy theory” and “based on faulty data due to a database glitch,” Renz responded to critics that even if he was “only right five percent of the time,” it still means “we were lied to five percent of the time.”
Special Guest – Rose Marschall
Former Port Angeles naturopath convicted of misbranding drugs as cures for COVID-19, MRSA A former Port Angeles naturopathic physician was convicted last week for misbranding products and claiming they could treat diseases like COVID-19 and MRSA. The Department of Justice says 68-year-old Richard Marschall was found guilty of introduction of misbranded drugs into interstate commerce, a felony charge and his third conviction of the same crime following trials in 2011 and 2017. According to court documents, Marschall presented himself on social media as a retired naturopath and “health coach.” On his Facebook page, Marschall claimed his ‘Dynamic Duo’ medicine could “crush” viruses like COVID-19, as well as bacterial infections like MRSA “even if there is antibiotic resistance.” These posts were made in March 2020. Several people filed complaints with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the agency’s criminal investigators began looking into Marschall’s business. On March 30, 2020, an FDA investigator called Marschall and posed as a customer, asking about the ‘Dynamic Duo’ medicine; Marschall explained it contained garlic extract and larch tree starch, saying one of the substances “doesn’t boost the immune system, it just kills the virus,” while claiming the other substance boosts white blood cells to attack infections. The investigator bought the ‘Dynamic Duo’ for $140 plus shipping.
Former Port Angeles, Washington, Naturopath sentenced for scheme to profit on ‘COVID-19 cure’ A former Port Angeles, Washington, naturopathic physician was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Tacoma to 8 months in prison and one year of supervised release for a federal felony related to his misbranding, and sale in interstate commerce, of products he claimed could prevent and treat numerous serious diseases, including COVID-19 and MRSA, announced U.S. Attorney Nicholas W. Brown. Richard Marschall, 69, was convicted in October 2021, following a 4-day trial. The jury found Marschall guilty of Introduction of Misbranded Drugs into Interstate Commerce, his third conviction for the same crime following earlier prosecutions in 2011 and 2017. At the sentencing hearing U.S. District Judge Benjamin H. Settle said, “It is extremely dangerous during the COVID epidemic for people to be engaged in conduct that would lead other people to defer and wait to receive medical care.” “Mr. Marschall has a history of lying to patients about their health and his proposed treatments. His lies in this case are particularly troubling because he employed them when advising others about a deadly pandemic,” said U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. “As people became fearful and searched for answers, Marschall touted an unproven treatment as a miracle cure for the deadly disease. Such conduct can prevent patients from getting the legitimate treatment they need if they become ill.”
Brits Told to Get Used to Drinking Recycled Sewage British Environment Agency CEO James Bevan says that Brits should get used to the idea of having to drink recycled sewage in times of water uncertainty. “We need to treat water as a precious resource, not a free good,” writes Bevan in The Sunday Times. “We will have to be more selective about what we use drinking water for. It makes no sense to use it to clean the car or water the lawn.” “We will need to be less squeamish about where our drinking water comes from. Part of the solution will be to reprocess the water that results from sewage treatment and turn it back into drinking water — perfectly safe and healthy, but not something many people fancy.” Bevan continues, explaining that, besides getting Brits to drink recycled sewer water, the government is specifically looking into ways to “help reduce personal water consumption” through measures such as “mandatory water-efficiency labelling for household goods.” Bevan says that due to droughts and record low rainfall, rivers and reservoirs have fallen to dangerously low levels (not just in the UK but in several European nations), which the government has so far addressed by applying a hosepipe ban on millions along with several other restrictions.
Special Guest – Mike Zhao
Mike Zhao grew up in communist China where citizens did not have the basic freedom to pursue their dreams. His father was politically persecuted during China’s Cultural Revolution, which led to extreme poverty, a broken family, and devastating personal loss. In 1992, Mike legally immigrated to the United States to pursue his American Dream. After receiving an International MBA degree from the University of South Carolina, he moved to Orlando, and joined Westinghouse/Siemens Energy. During his private sector career, Mike demonstrated outstanding strategic management expertise, and led numerous mission-critical corporate strategy development projects for American and global markets. After learning about how illegal racial balancing undermines meritocracy, jeopardizing the promise of the American Dream, Mike stepped in to lead the Asian American community against anti-Asian discrimination in education and fight for other conservative causes. Alarmed by the extreme left, which wants to introduce socialism and use censorship, cancel culture, and racial division to tear down America, Mike felt a calling to serve in public office. As state representative, he will support Governor DeSantis’ efforts to protect Floridians’ political and economic freedom. He will bring smart, constitutional solutions to help you and your children achieve the American Dream! Mike Zhao and his wife Wendy Li have lived in Orlando since 1996. They have two children who have recently started their careers as a software engineer and a financial analyst respectively.
For Many Americans, Cancel Culture is Self-Inflicted Free societies emphasize the ability to voice opinions and debate with those who disagree without fear of penalty. Political systems that punish people for espousing “wrong” ideas are unfree no matter how they try to justify the constraints they impose on speech. But what happens when a society retains the forms of freedom, but its culture becomes intolerant of dissent and imposes unofficial penalties on those who stray in their public statements? Americans are finding out what it means to live that way with the resurgence of an old flaw called out early in this country’s history. “Social pressure to have the ‘right’ opinion is pervasive in America today,” notes Populace, a social-research organization, in a report published this summer. “In recent years, polls have consistently found that most Americans, across all demographics, feel they cannot share their honest opinions in public for fear of offending others or incurring retribution.” “One important, but underappreciated, consequence of a culture of censorship is that it can lead individuals not only to self-silence, but also publicly misrepresent their own private views (what scholars call preference falsification),” the authors add.
Physicians Would Need Almost 27 Hours A Day To Provide Optimal Patient Care, Per New Study In a new study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, researchers found that in order to provide guideline-recommended care, a primary care physician would require nearly 26.7 hours per day. The study was pioneered by Dr. Justin Porter, M.D., at the University of Chicago School of Medicine, and is titled “Revisiting the Time Needed to Provide Adult Primary Care.” The study looked at a hypothetical panel of 2500 patients, and what it would take to provide them guideline directed care (e.g. per The US Preventative Services Task Force guidelines). The studied categories included preventative care, in addition to chronic disease and acute care. The results were jarring, indicating that there are literally not enough hours in the day for physicians to abide by all the recommendations that have been stipulated for “ideal patient care,” especially with the significant time challenges that actually exist in a real practice setting. Dr. Porter explains: “There is this sort of disconnect between the care we’ve been trained to give and the constraints of a clinic workday […] We have an ever-increasing set of guidelines, but clinic slots have not increased proportionately.”
New York stores begin enforcing ban on sale of whipped cream canisters to those under 21 ID checks for whipped cream are rolling out at stores in New York as more retailers begin to enforce a year-old state law banning the sale of whipped cream canisters to anyone under 21. The law passed last year amid concern that teenagers are increasingly getting high by inhaling the nitrous oxide used as a propellant in the canisters, according to the Albany Times Union. The first offense of selling whipped cream canisters to someone under 21 comes with a $250 fine, with fines of up to $500 for subsequent violations. Nitrous oxide, or “laughing gas,” is a dissociative anesthetic that can be inhaled by discharging nitrous gas cartridges known as “whippets,” according to the Alcohol and Drug Foundation. In addition to short-lived euphoria, the drug can also cause loss of blood pressure, fainting, heart attack and sudden death. Potential long-term effects include memory loss and psychosis. The bill banning the sale of whipped cream canisters to teenagers was sponsored by Democratic state Sen. Joseph Addabbo, who said he supported the measure after he became aware of the detrimental effect nitrous oxide was having on his district. “This new law is an important step in [combating] a significant problem for many neighborhoods throughout my district,” Addabbo said when the legislation passed last fall. “The need to limit the access and sale of [whippets] first became apparent [to me] after [I had been] receiving constituent complaints about empty canisters on neighborhood streets. Used [whippets] piling up in our communities are not only an eyesore but also indicative of a significant nitrous oxide abuse problem.”
VIRAL CLUES Fears grow over tomato flu outbreak as health officials give first warning over symptoms FEARS are growing over the outbreak of tomato flu, as more children test positive for the illness. It has prompted health officials in India to issue their first warning to parents – along with prevention guidance. Doctors say that its symptoms crossover with many other diseases, including flu and Covid. It’s been branded tomato flu due to the painful red blisters that erupt on a patient’s body. More than 100 children across the country have been infected since the first case was noted on May 6, in Kerala. Some 82 children aged under five have been reported in the southern state. Now a further 26 cases have been reported in children as old as nine, in the state of Odisha, local media reported, and Tamil Nadu and Haryana are also understood to have cases. The Indian Health Ministry has reminded people that the virus is non-life threatening. However, in light of further cases being detected, they have issued testing and prevention guidelines to all states. They have also urged parents to be extra vigilant when it comes to checking their kids, the Times of India reported.