U.S. Health Freedom Congress, Jennifer Sharp, Anecdotals The Movie, Vaccine injury, Censorship, Hour 2 Encore – Amy Lepore, How the Feds Have Nationalized Emergency Management and MORE!

September 25th, 2022 1-3PM ET

Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:


Special Guest Jennifer Sharp

Jennifer Sharp is an award winning director, editor, writer and graduate of NYU, Tisch School of the Arts. In 2015, while traveling alone in Honduras, she was inspired to document the story of locals she encountered. With only her cell phone and her artistic vision, she shot the short documentary, “Solitary Worlds,” which won the grand jury prize at the 2016 Rincon International film festival.

She is a believer that Art has the power to change the world, and that artists have a responsibility to facilitate that change through sharing their truths. Her film, Waiting, reflects on how we spend our lives waiting passively for dreams to come true. Boxed speaks of the baggage that we choose to carry around. Time Travelers, is a reflection of the absurdity of humans’ obsession with time. In Una Great Movie, Jennifer uses humor to address racism, tourism, and how making art a business can destroy art.

An all around filmmaker, she has numerous other credits as writer, director, editor, producer, and art director. She has volunteered making movies with teenagers affected by HIV and AIDS, and as the volunteer editing coordinator for Make a Film Foundation, an organization that makes films with children who have chronic or terminal illnesses.


Anecdotals The Movie

In March 2021, after receiving my Pfizer shot, I couldn’t feel the left side of my face for a month. Eighteen months later, electric shocks and muscle weakness continue. Unable to receive the 2nd dose, I am amongst a group of partially-vaccinated people who have been outcast from many aspects of society with no empathy. We’ve been censored and told it’s unethical to talk about our stories because we are just anecdotes

This movie provides a glimpse into the lives of the Anecdotals–those of us whose lives have been changed drastically by taking the vaccine. It also reflects on the division and politics that prevents us from getting much needed care. Anecdotals is a personal journey that focuses on questions, not answers, and people, not politics.


Hour 2 ENCORE!

Special Guest Amy Lepore

Amy is a small business owner and the Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Delaware. She holds a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Delaware. Over the last decade she has authored multiple book chapters and articles about federal involvement in local emergency management and edited one volume, the Future of Disaster Management in the US.

How the Feds Have Nationalized Emergency Management Direct funding for personnel, and equipment, along with money to address minor inconveniences like snow removal has ingratiated FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security with local public safety personnel and local elected officials. For decades, the federal government has nurtured an unhealthy relationship with local emergency management agencies.  In return, local governments happily offer their time toiling away at grant paperwork, eagerly adopting federal programs and helping pass-through funds for the occasional condom and tattoo spree. The results of this relationship are mostly bureaucratic and innocuous.  However, in light of the increasingly authoritarian efforts connected to crises (think COVID, gun violence as a “public health” issue, and disinformation) it is important to discuss the potential downsides of heaping federal funds upon local crisis decision-makers. The federal government has authored a system of emergency management that turns grassroots preparedness and local authority on its ear.  Federal intervention at the local level now spans all hazards, from flooding, to the war on terror, and most recently, COVID. As many are now aware, permitting the federal government to devise and implement emergency response strategies is expensive, ineffective, and dangerous.  It has the effect of bolstering and growing federal influence on decisions that should be made in homes or local communities. Delaware is a leading example of this phenomenon, with homeland security and emergency management agencies being supported with more than $100 million in federal grants just as they take on a critical role in the fight to disarm Delawareans.  Is it any wonder state agencies are leaping at the chance to enforce anti-gun laws? What could be wrong with a little DHS or CDC money trickling into local governments? The answer is straightforward.





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