Utah COVID controversy, Scott Adams admission, Glyphosate cancer markers, Tanya Hilliard, Trinity School of Natural Health, Medical Freedom statement, Brad Skistimas, Five Times August, Algae for dinner, Selenium questions and MORE!

January 23, 2023 3-5PM ET

Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Utah plastic surgeon sold fake COVID vaccine cards for $97,000: feds A Utah plastic surgeon took bribes from anti-vax parents to dole out fake COVID-19 jabs while destroying tens of thousands of dollars worth of real medicine, prosecutors allege. Dr. Michael Kirk Moore Jr. allegedly injected some children with saline shots before sending them off with fake vaccination cards, Utah’s US State Attorney’s Office said. Moore was indicted by a grand jury last week, along with two of his staffers and a neighbor who allegedly helped him carry out the plot. “By allegedly falsifying vaccine cards and administering saline shots to children instead of COVID-19 vaccines, not only did this provider endanger the health and well-being of a vulnerable population, but also undermined public trust and the integrity of federal health care programs,” Curt L. Muller of the Department of Health and Human Services said in a statement.The foursome allegedly used Moore’s Plastic Surgery Institute of Utah Inc. office to run the scheme after Moore was authorized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to give out vaccinations. In total, at least 1,900 doses’ worth of fake completed vaccination records were distributed for a profit of nearly $97,000.

You’re the winners!’ Cartoonist Scott Adams declares ‘anti-vaxxers’ were right all along Cartoonist Scott Adams, who’s been a staunch critic of so-called “anti-vaxxers,” admitted in a video Saturday that the “anti-vaxxers” were right all along. “Here’s what’s going to happen: I’m going to tell you that the people who [are] the anti-vaxxers appear to be right. Anybody who did not get vaccinated, got a little Omicron or maybe even a worse one but recovered, now you’ve got natural immunity, and you have no vaccination in you — can we all agree that that was the winning path? The smartest, happiest people are the ones who didn’t get the vaccination and are still alive,” he said. “I want you to hear that clearly: the anti-vax people appear to be the winners. The anti-vaxxers clearly are the winners at this point, and I think it’ll probably stay that way. And I don’t want to put any shade on that whatsoever. They came out the best. They have the winning position. The unvaccinated have a current advantage, because they feel better. The thing they’re not worrying about is what I have to worry about, which is, I wonder if that vaccination five years from now [will cause problems for me],” he added

 


People exposed to weedkiller chemical have cancer biomarkers in urine – study New research by top US government scientists has found that people exposed to the widely used weedkilling chemical glyphosate have biomarkers in their urine linked to the development of cancer and other diseases. The study, published last week in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, measured glyphosate levels in the urine of farmers and other study participants and determined that high levels of the pesticide were associated with signs of a reaction in the body called oxidative stress, a condition that causes damage to DNA. Oxidative stress is considered by health experts as a key characteristic of carcinogens. The authors of the paper – 10 scientists with the National Institutes of Health and two from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – concluded that their study “contributes to the weight of evidence supporting an association between glyphosate exposure and oxidative stress in humans”. They also noted that “accumulating evidence supports the role of oxidative stress in the pathogenesis of hematologic cancers”, such as lymphoma, myeloma and leukemia. “Oxidative stress is not something you want to have,” said Linda Birnbaum, a toxicologist and former director of the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences. “This study increases our understanding that glyphosate has the potential to cause cancer.”

Special Guest Tanya Hilliard

Tanya Hilliard and her husband Tim have two children, ages 6 and 14, and live in Danville, Virginia. Her natural health practice, Oh Wellness, is located inside her hair salon, where she also works full-time behind the chair. Tanya is passionate about health foundations and utilizes a practitioner-guided 10-step “Journey To Wellness” protocol, pH testing, iridology, face/tongue/nail analysis, and muscle response testing. In addition, Tanya enjoys thrifting, dancing, spending time at the beach, and traveling with her family.

Dr. Wendell Whitman was a tireless advocate for health freedom and a pioneer in the field of natural health. In 1991, recognizing the inadequacy of formal health education outside of the traditional medical field, he founded Trinity School of Natural Health.

Trinity School of Natural Health was founded for the purpose of presenting alternative natural health education to everyone. Today, the Trinity repertoire of programs and courses has evolved into a powerful, educational process that enables students to improve their own health, enhance the good health of their families, friends and communities, and their own professional practices.

Our philosophy is that we are intrinsically holistic and should therefore continually pursue true health through the development of the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of the whole person. Our vision is to become the global leader in natural health education by creating a community of individuals who are committed to sharing their knowledge of the power and purpose of holistic health. As we strive to create an exceptional student experience, we will treat each person who chooses Trinity with respect and dignity. Every decision made, every single day, will be focused solely on what is best for our students.


Hour 2

Major New Statement on Medical Freedom Informed consent is the basis of medical ethics. Shared decision-making is a model of the patient-physician relationship that is considered the most desirable by both the US and UK government health establishments. Patients want to make their own medical decisions, and they have the legal right to do so. They expect their physicians to share knowledge with their patients to inform the best choices. The corollary to informed consent is that medical decisions ought to be made by individual patients based on their individual situation and personal best interest. ‘One-size-fits-all’ medicine is incongruent with these principles. It denies informed consent and personal autonomy. During the last three years, we have experienced unprecedented interference with the doctor-patient relationship by the government. Considerable financial incentives were paid to medical industries and medical providers to offer certain treatments and to refuse others. When financial incentives did not achieve universal vaccination, mandates were imposed. One way this was done was by requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for healthcare workers whose employers received Medicare payments after we had learned that vaccinations did not protect patients or coworkers from infection. Grants to school districts were conditioned on mask mandates in schools. These newly imposed incentives, and punishments for noncompliance, fly in the face of long-established medical ethics, especially informed consent and shared decision-making. They must end.

Special Guest Brad Skistimas

Five Times August is the solo act of singer/songwriter Brad Skistimas. Skistimas has appeared on the FOX Business channel as an expert “Do-It-Yourself” indie artist and featured in Billboard Magazine, Performing Songwriter, Guitar Player, PeopleMagazine, and USA Today. He was the first completely unsigned act to have an album distributed in Walmart stores nationwide with 2007’s “The Independent.” The music has been featured on many popular TV shows, commercials, and films and tour dates have supported some of the nation’s top acts.

In early 2021 Five Times August began releasing a series of protest songs taking aim at Covid-era regulations, the Biden administration, Justin Trudeau, as well as Anthony Fauci with the hit song “Sad Little Man,” which has reached #1 on several Amazon and Apple Music charts.

Several of the music videos for these tracks have been suppressed and censored on social media platforms like YouTube and Facebook. Despite being restricted by big tech recent press includes prominent features on Glenn Beck, Chad Prather, Del Bigtree’s The HighWire, The Federalist, The Post Millennial, RebelNews, and more. Skistimas performed his song “Silent War” on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC for 35,000 attendees at the Defeat the Mandates rally on January 23rd, and recently even had the honor of singing The National Anthem for Dr. Ben Carson and President Donald Trump.

 


Algae for dinner? Scientists believe it can be the next sustainable superfood Algae could be the future of food, according to researchers from the University of California-San Diego. In a new review, they break down the environmental and nutritional benefits of introducing the superfood into our food system, as well as the challenges that come with it. Algae has been heavily studied as a source of biofuel due to its high fat content, but researchers also consider it to be an efficient food source due to its high protein and impressive overall nutritional profile. The new work highlights current technologies used for developing and growing microalgae on a commercial scale as well as the variety of kinks that need to be worked out before it can be used as food. “Many of us have known the potential of algae for food for years, and have been working on it as a food source, but now, with climate change, deforestation, and a population of eight billion people, most everyone realizes that the world simply has to become more efficient in protein production,” says study co-author Dr. Stephen Mayfield, a professor of biology at UCSD and director of the California Center for Algae Biotechnology, in a media release.

Question of The Day!

How much selenium should I take daily?
John







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