December 9th, 2022 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
The Twitter Files: Just the Beginning Last night was quite the ride. Bari Weiss, who left the New York Times in protest against the culture of that paper, had been given access to another tranche of inside information about the operation of Twitter before Elon Musk took over. She found vast confirmation of what we’ve suspected for years now: the platform was censoring people who objected to lockdowns and vaccine mandates among the whole litany of coercion and compulsion that swept the world from March 2020. The first person highlighted here is Stanford’s Jay Bhattacharya, who only joined the platform in the summer of 2021. During this entire time, Twitter spokespeople had said repeatedly that it did not shadowban but of course all of us knew otherwise. It turns out that the company had an elaborate system for deboosting, shadowbanning, trending topic bans, search bans, and other fancy tricks all designed to minimize as much as possible the reach of a person’s account. You can see some of the controls imposed from the admin panel. He was treated lightly compared with others. More than 10,000 were banned. She goes on to give other examples among which there are surely thousands and I’m all-but apodictically certain that I have been among them. After Elon took over, my own accounts have seen tremendous increase in reach, follows, and so on. There is a lawsuit pending as brought by the Attorneys General of Missouri and Louisiana that accuses the Biden administration (and really the whole administrative state as it pertains to communication and information) of violating the First Amendment by colluding with Big Tech companies. There are already hundreds of pages here to document this but Elon’s releases only further entrench the point. It is now so incredibly obvious that this is exactly what was going on.
Special Guest Shemane Nugent
New York Times best-selling author and Turning Point Ambassador Shemane Nugent has appeared on FOX, Discovery, C-Span, Entertainment Tonight, Vh1, MTV, CMT, along with numerous worldwide radio and TV shows. She is the award-winning co-host & producer of Ted Nugent Spirit of the Wild television show. Along with her legendary rocker husband, Ted Nugent, Shemane co-authored the New York Times best-selling wild game cookbook “Kill It and Grill It”. After a life-threatening illness caused by toxic mold in her home that was featured on MTV Cribs, Shemane healed herself and her family with natural remedies and functional medicine and produced a documentary called Killer House (www.killerhouse.org). Shemane is a proud Christian and conservative who shares her faith and freedom talks on wildly popular social media posts that have millions of engagements. She traveled the world as a Zumba Fitness presenter, and has taught hundreds of thousands of fitness enthusiasts through more than forty decades.
Walgreens launches free Paxlovid delivery service with DoorDash and Uber Walgreens has launched a new delivery service for the COVID-19 oral antiviral therapy Paxlovid in partnership with DoorDash and Uber to get the treatment “directly to the doorsteps of those who need it.” Walgreens on Thursday said it has more than 8,000 locations offering same-day delivery services, available to anyone who lives within 15 miles of participating stores. Walgreens said that means real access to a lot of Americans — offering it to roughly 92% of the population. That’s the whole point of this initiative, Walgreens said — increasing access to COVID treatments — with “a focus on reaching those in socially vulnerable or medically underserved areas at a time when COVID-19 cases are beginning to rise again across the United States.” Paxlovid, from Pfizer, is one of the few treatments still expected to hold up against currently circulating subvariants and comes as coronavirus hospitalizations are trending upward in the elderly. The drug stops the virus from replicating in the body and works best when taken within five days of getting symptoms. It has proven highly effective at reducing the risk of hospitalization and preventing higher-risk patients from getting even sicker. To use Walgreens’ new delivery service, eligible patients must have a Paxlovid prescription from a health care provider. After the pharmacy has filled the prescription, and before it gets picked up, individuals can go online to select Same Day Delivery by visiting Walgreens.com/PrescriptionDelivery, using the Walgreens app or by calling their local store.
Special Guests Ula Tinsley and Lesley Goodgasell
Ula Tinsley aka Autism Mama Bear is a passionate autism advocate, featured writer at and a talk show host on Autism Mama Bear Talk. She’s been raising autism awareness on a local and national level since 2010, when her son was diagnosed with a regressive form of autism. After gaining more experience and knowledge about different ways of treating ASD, she’s been supporting and consulting other families living with autism. Her latest project, Autism Mama Bear Talk, is a fast-paced interview show bringing informative and everyday inspiring stories from leading autism advocates, self-advocates, parents and medical experts.
Married to my husband, James, for 17.5 years. I have 6 daughters ranging from ages 7 up to 16. I have homeschooled for 12-13 years.We aim to live a self-sustainable lifestyle. I support my husband’s residential building company that is PRAYERFULLY transitioning to custom cabinetry and furniture making. We are organic and gluten free. We live in an RV. YES, all 8 of us with 2 labs and a cat. We have 10 acres and a house torn down to the studs. I currently farm 25 chickens, 5 guinea, 2 bunnies, 4 mini Nubian goats, 3 Holstein/Angus heifers, 4 sheep and 1 ram lamb (with the potential of 3 more lambs any day now). I believe in healing power of prayer. I believe the body was created to keep us alive and there are key essential nutrients our bodies require to do so and NO ONE is taught these, unless you’ve learned from a very FEW select in this world. I believe in freedom. And more than anything I live every day of my life to please YHVH, my Elohim, Creator, Lover of my soul, Giver of Life, Healer of the broken and Strong Tower in which I find refuge.
Poll: Less Than Half of US Adults Have Gotten Flu Shot Forty-seven percent of American adults have gotten a flu shot this year, a decline after the pandemic, according to a new poll by Rasmussen Reports. In October 2019, just before the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, a Rasmussen poll found that 55% had gotten a flu shot. Poll results: 51% of American adults say they have not been vaccinated against the flu this year. 16% of those who haven’t gotten vaccinated against the flu say they intend to. 42% say they had the flu last winter, compared to 55% who say they did not. 52% of men and 43% of women say they have gotten the flu shot this year. 63% of Democrats, 40% of independents, and 37% of Republicans say they have gotten the flu shot this year.The poll, conducted Nov. 28-29, surveyed 1,000 American adults. The margin of error is 4 percentage points.
Homestead Supply List: 101 Items to Have Homesteading and off-grid living is something that’s becoming more and more popular with new people setting up homesteads every year. Of course, it’s not always the quiet, easy, laidback life that people think it is. If you’re going to start a homestead, you’re going to need certain tools and equipment in order to set up, run, and maintain it well. With that in mind, here’s a list of must-have supplies for your homestead. We don’t usually think too much about the state of our footwear, do we? Well, a sturdy pair of boots is one of your best friends. In general, you should have multiple pairs of boots so that you’ve got a pair for each of the different tasks around your homestead. The last thing you want when working on a homestead is to be injured while you’re working. There’s always a chance of something falling on your foot and, let’s face it, grumpy horses/cows tend to enjoy stepping on your feet. A good pair of boots can keep your footsies safe from grumpy horses, sharp rocks, thorns and other threats to your ability to walk. Insect and spider bites can be very unpleasant, and you don’t want to get burned by sparks thrown by power tools, do you? Of course not, that’s why you wear gloves. You’d usually have multiple pairs of gloves lying around. One pair for the garden, one to keep your hands warm, and one heavy-duty pair for when you’re working with power tools.
Comment of The Day!
Here is a quote from a doctor in this news report (1:40):
“Measles, if it doesn’t kill you, drastically alters your immune system and can cause brain damage”
As someone who had measles and whose siblings and playmates all had measles as kids and never went to the doctor when we had it, it is hard for me to conjure up the fear this statement is intended to create. 20 hospitalizations about of 56 cases is concerning though, so either Measles has mutated into a much more virulent virus, hospitalizations are precautionary or kids immune systems are far weaker than their grandparents, maybe all of the above. I noticed last night that ABC news reported cases were in kids who were not “fully vaccinated”-raising the bar once again since the second dose of MMR is given at 4 to 6 years old if I am reading the vaccine schedule correctly. It seems to me that it used to be the first dose conferred protection and the second dose was a “booster” to continue protection but you were still considered “vaccinated” if you kept to the CDC schedule. This use of the term “fully vaccinated” communicates that your child isn’t protected until they get the second dose. These doses are given 3 or more years apart. Aren’t we supposed to be using the term “up to date”? In fairness, it does seem that most of these cases in one Ohio county (and there are two counties involved) are unvaccinated. The reporter in this youtube report used the term “partially vaccinated”. Either way this is giving the vaccine a pass by assuming it doesn’t protect until the second dose.
Question of The Day!
Hi Robert and Super Don,
I daily listen to your awesome show!!! Your show has the most positive energy and it is so uplifting. I have a question. My brother (age 61) is all natural and uses many of the supplements you recommend (Choose To Be Healthy’s whole food selenium, whole food chromium, Alta-Silica, etc.) He tends to get ear wax and he has so much ear wax that he has to have an allopathic doctor periodically flush his ears. Since he wants to avoid going to the allopathic doctor in the future, he is wondering how to prevent the ear wax buildup. Are there any foods to eat or foods to avoid to prevent ear wax build up? And are there any preventive supplements, herbals, homeopathic remedies, etc. to take to prevent ear wax build up? Thank you for all that your both do. P.S. Loving the new Robert Scott Bell Podcast Network. Lesley’s 1st episode of Stay At Home, Mom! was so encouraging and heartwarming truly honoring the importance of stay at home Moms. I look forward to her future episodes. It was really a blessing to listen to both Lesley and Hava Levi this week. Thank you again!!!
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