Emord’s Sacred Fire of Liberty, Cancelling student debt, Trump vs DOJ, FBI staged photos, Civil war, NYPD mandate, Religious rights, NY gun laws, Dayna Stevens, Remdesivir, Death by protocol, Bugs in food, Hidden GMOs, Thankful Thursday and MORE!

September 1st, 2021 3-5PM ET

Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Sacred Fire of Liberty!

It’s that time of the week where we get to explore the political healing that this country needs so desperately! Jonathan Emord is back to help us dissect the latest political news that’s fit to print:

Canceling Biden’s Student Debt Cancellation President Biden’s unilateral act via his Secretary of Education to waive over $500 billion in debts owed on student loans violates the very section of the HEROES Act, 20 USC § 1098bb(a)(1)(2)(A), cited by the Department of Education for its authority to waive some 80% of all student indebtedness. Biden’s action is an abuse of discretion. It violates the Separation of Powers and Major Questions doctrines. Consistent with his pattern to date, President Biden has once again acted like a dictator with legislative powers he does not constitutionally have, usurping the exclusive power of Congress to make the laws. If a party with standing (such as a student loan servicing company adversely affected by the debt cancellation) sues, the Courts should strike down this latest attempt to flout the law and disregard constitutional limits on executive powers.

U.S. Justice Dept to face off against Trump legal team over seized records WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) -Former President Donald Trump’s legal team will square off against the U.S. Justice Department in federal court on Thursday, in a bid to convince a judge to appoint a special master to review the materials the FBI seized from Trump’s Florida estate. The hearing comes less than two days after prosecutors laid out fresh details about their ongoing criminal investigation into whether Trump illegally retained government records and sought to obstruct the government’s probe by concealing some of them from the FBI. Trump’s attorneys in a filing late on Wednesday downplayed the government’s concerns about the discovery of classified material inside his home, and accused the Justice Department of escalating the situation even after he handed over boxes of documents to the National Archives and allowed FBI agents in June to “come to his home and provide security advice.” “Simply put, the notion that Presidential records would contain sensitive information should have never been cause for alarm,” his lawyers wrote.

FBI Blasted for ‘Staged’ Photo of Documents Seized in Mar-a-Lago Raid The Federal Bureau of Investigation is under fire for a recent photo that showcased documents the Bureau seized from Mar-a-Lago scattered across the floor, leading some to call out the photos for being “staged.” The photo was included in a DOJ filing submitted late Tuesday that opposed former President Donald Trump’s request for an independent review of the documents the FBI seized from his estate earlier this month. The photo, which showed several redacted documents and others that were marked “TOP SECRET,” quickly made its way to social media after the DOJ submitted its filing to Federal Judge Aileen M. Cannon. “DOJ wins daily PR battle with photo of classified documents strewn across floor at Mar-a-Lago,” Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York noted. “Story is Trump alleged mis-handling of classified documents, and just look at them — scattered all over the floor! Can you believe it?” York then shared a screenshot of a tweet from verified user Cheri Jacobus who posted the DOJ photo and said, “This is how Trump stored Top Secret material he stole.”

More than 40% of Americans think civil war likely within a decade More than two-fifths of Americans believe civil war is at least somewhat likely in the next 10 years, according to a new survey – a figure that increases to more than half among self-identified “strong Republicans”. Amid heated rhetoric from supporters of Donald Trump, the findings, in research by YouGov and the Economist, follow similar results in other polls. On Sunday night, the South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham predicted “riots in the streets” if Trump is indicted over his retention of classified documents after leaving the White House, materials recovered by the FBI at Trump’s home this month. Graham earned widespread rebuke. On Monday, Mary McCord, a former acting deputy attorney general, told CNN it was “incredibly irresponsible for an elected official to basically make veiled threats of violence, just if law enforcement and the Department of Justice … does their job”. Saying “people are angry, they may be violent”, McCord said, showed that “what [Trump] knows and what Lindsey Graham also knows … is that people listen to that and people actually mobilise and do things. “January 6 was the result of this same kind of tactic by President Trump and his allies.”

Sotomayor denies NYPD detective’s plea to block vax mandate  U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Monday denied an appeal from a New York Police Department detective who asked for an emergency injunction to keep the city from firing him over its mandate that municipal employees be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Detective Anthony Marciano has a lawsuit pending against the city in a federal appeals court, and his attorneys last week had petitioned Sotomayor, who oversees emergency appeals from New York and some other states, for the injunction while the case is being resolved. Marciano is part of a small group of employees who didn’t qualify for a medical or religious exemption to getting the shot, but still refused. There have been more than 1,000 New York City employees fired for refusing the vaccines, and some requests for exemptions have yet to be decided. Legal challenges to the rules have mostly been unsuccessful.

US government can’t force Christian groups to perform abortions, gender reassignment surgery, court rules The federal government cannot force Christian medical organizations to perform abortions or gender transition surgeries under the Affordable Care Act, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. In a unanimous ruling, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s permanent order shielding the Christian groups from anti-discrimination lawsuits under a provision known as Section 1557 in the ACA. Those groups in the lawsuit were Christian Medical and Dental Associations, Specialty Physicians of Illinois, and Catholic hospital system Franciscan Alliance Inc. Each said performing an abortion or gender reassignment surgery would violate their religious freedoms. The judges wrote that the providers faced harm because the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) had “repeatedly refused to disavow enforcement” against them. “In its brief on appeal, HHS simply says it ‘has not to date evaluated’ whether it will enforce Section 1557 against Franciscan Alliance – in other words, it concedes that it may,” Circuit Judge Don Willett wrote in rejecting the government’s argument. “We have repeatedly held that plaintiffs have standing in the face of similar prosecutorial indecision.”

New NY gun law applicants have to provide social media accounts A new gun law that goes into effect in New York on Thursday will require applicants for a concealed carry permit to provide a list of social media accounts for the past three years as part of the review process. State regulators will be able to browse the applicant’s social media posts to decide if a person has the “character” to carry a weapon. The requirement was added because lawmakers said that previous mass shooters have sometimes dropped hints of violence online before they acted. The New York Sheriffs’ Association has called the rules “burdensome” on local government officials to carry out that part of the law. Under the law, applicants will also have to complete 16 hours of classroom training and two hours of live-fire exercises. The law also creates dozens of “sensitive” places that would ban guns.  They include schools, churches, subways, theaters, amusement parks, and even Times Square in Manhattan. The new law was quickly passed by state lawmakers after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the previous gun laws in New York were unconstitutional.

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Comment of The Day

Hello Robert, I enjoy watching your shows. When it comes to Faucci I can’t help becoming concerned for you. I think it’s impossible to embarrass a bureaucrat. He is like a god and you cannot fight him. He’s too powerful. You have nothing to gain and everything to loose. Hopefully it’s not too late to save yourself from him and whatever he might do. I think he is an incredibly dark person who possesses the ability to do extremely sinister things. I want to continue to enjoy your shows and special talent. Thank you for speaking out.

Special Guest – Dayna Stevens

My mother’s name was Rebecca Stevens. She was a 59 year old grandmother to five boys. My mother suffered from COPD for 15 years and started having symptoms of what we thought was a COPD flare-up. I brought her to Advent Health Hospital in Altamonte Springs Fl on September 27, 2021. She tested positive for Covid-19 and was admitted. I have a medical background and was a nursing student. I spoke with a friend who was a Respiratory therapist just a few weeks before who warned about how deadly and toxic Remdisavir was. I told my mother to refuse the protocol. Once my mother refused the hospital protocols, they withheld all treatment. They starved her of O2 for a week, withheld breathing treatments, isolated her as she begged for help, more oxygen. My mom used a 3L machine at home for flare-ups. They kept my mother at 2L knowing she needed more. She was ridiculed due to her vaccination status, ignored, made fun of (she was hard of hearing, wore hearing aids) I have video of her talking about this*

I tested positive the day after my mother and I was extremely sick for my mother’s ten days of quarantine. After the hospital causing “the worst case of Covid pneumonia they had ever seen,” she was sent to icu where the negligence continued. I was threatening with security and police because I did not want to leave her there. I called the police and attorneys who told me I would need to get an injunction against the hospital to have her released to me. I ran out of time and she was forced into hospice where she was given a date and time where she would be euthanized. She was awake when at least 10 vials of narcotics were injected into her iv as she shook her head NO.
I won’t stop telling her story until she gets Justice.
I went to Washington DC, I’ve done 3 protests and many interviews to warm people of what’s happening in hospitals nationwide.

The Food Industry Has Been Selling You Bugs For Years, And You Didn’t Know It Small subtropical bugs have been crushed up and sold in popular food products for years, and most people are totally oblivious. The cochineal is a small-scale insect that lives and feasts on cacti in Mexico, the southwestern United States, and subtropical regions of South America. When the females are dried and crushed, the creepy crawlies produce a powerful red dye that’s used to colour everything from fish that might look grey and unappetizing, to canned cherries to food products that are more likely to contain artificial flavours like Fruitopia strawberry drinks, ice-cream, and ketchup. Basically, any product you see in the grocery store that appears red or pink very well could be getting its colour from crushed up cochineal. For example, President’s Choice Strawberry Lemonade is made of the following: water, sugar (cane sugar, strawberry purée), lemon juice, natural flavour, and cochineal. While the use of synthetic dyes has offset a great deal of the cochineal’s prevalence in the food industry, it still manages to squeeze its way into a number of products that most people wouldn’t expect. In 2012, Starbucks came under fire from vegans who were outraged that the company was using the insect as a food dye for their Strawberry Frappuccino.

Are you eating GMO foods without knowing it? Genetically modified organisms or GMOs are produced by unnatural, high-tech or sophisticated altering of the genetic material of an organism like gene-splicing and combining the DNA of species in a laboratory environment. GMO technology uses specific scientific innovation to genetically alter plants and make them bigger and higher yielding under environmental stresses. Also known as agricultural genetic engineering or bioengineering, this technology makes plants more resistant to common herbicides, diseases and attacks by insects. Genetically-modified (GM) ingredients like corn syrup, cornstarch, cottonseed oil and soy lecithin are liberally used in many processed foods that are made in America or hidden in about 30,000 packaged and canned food products. The Center for Food Safety estimates that upwards of 75 percent of processed foods on supermarket shelves contain genetically-engineered (GE) ingredients — from soda and crackers to condiments. An article published in the journal Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition reported that the results of most studies with GMO foods indicate that they may cause toxic effects, such as hepatic, pancreatic, renal or reproductive effects and may alter the hematological, biochemical and immunologic parameters.

Thankful Thursday

Sisters Meet For The First Time In Their 50s After Using Online Genealogy Service Diane Ward, 59, and Mary McLaughlin, 56, were both born in Michigan to the same mother. Ward knew she was adopted but did not know anything about her biological mother. McLaughlin was adopted by her chldhood babysitter after her mother simply “didn’t return one day”. And for years, Ward and McLaughlin came so close to crossing each others’ paths. McLaughlin, living in Detroit during her youth, regularly visited her adoptive family’s relatives in Pittsburgh. At the time, Ward was living in Pittsburgh with her own adoptive family while making frequent trips to visit that family’s relatives in Detroit. “We were basically just crossing back and forth most of our childhood,” Ward told People. “I have memories of my aunt going to one of the bakeries in Michigan and getting this certain Boston cream pie. And Mary knows exactly the bakery.” “It’s just weird. Creepy weird. Because we were just in the same circle the whole time.” “Maybe we did see each other. Maybe we were even sitting at the same ice cream stand. Who knows?” added McLaughlin.

Good Samaritan stabbed, bitten after tackling alleged purse thief in Massachusetts A 21-year-old Massachusetts man is recovering after being stabbed and bitten by an alleged purse thief. The incident happened Monday afternoon in Malden, a suburb of Boston. The good Samaritan — Instacart delivery driver Ryan Dos Santos — told Boston 25 News he has no regrets about tackling and restraining the suspect. Dos Santos was just about to unload a delivery when he heard a woman screaming for help. “He started running. I went after him,” Dos Santos told the TV station. “I saw the opportunity, tackled him. [We] went on the ground. He was able to stab my leg, my quad … bit me three times on the left arm.” The alleged purse thief was identified by police as 26-year-old Jayson Seay. A teenager reportedly caught the takedown with her cell phone camera. Once police arrived on the scene, they arrested Seay. “I don’t think it’s that big of a deal. I did what every good citizen should do,” Dos Santos said. He was released from a Boston hospital Monday night following treatment for his injuries.

Oregon police officer’s ‘brave actions’ save man trapped inside burning car, authorities say An Oregon police officer put his own life on the line to rescue a driver trapped inside a vehicle that was engulfed in flames after a rollover crash early Tuesday, authorities said. The crash happened around 2:30 a.m. near the intersection of Southwest Hocken Avenue and Southwest Jenkins Road in Beaverton, the Beaverton Police Department said. Officers and deputies with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded and found the vehicle on its side and on fire. The vehicle’s lone occupant, identified as 34-year-old Johan Hermosillo, was still trapped inside the car, according to authorities. “Disregarding his own safety, a Beaverton Police Officer approached the burning vehicle, broke the sunroof, and told Hermosillo to crawl from the vehicle,” the department said, adding that small explosions forced the officer to keep his distance. But Hermosillo was unresponsive. The officer decided to run to the engulfed vehicle and pull the victim out of the flames to safety. “Due to the brave actions of the officer, Hermosillo sustained only non-life-threatening injuries,” the department said, adding that this was one example of how police “put their own lives on the line” to keep the public safe.

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