December 31st, 2020 3-5PM ET
Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Pennsylvania could be wearing masks ‘to the end of 2021,’ health secretary says Coronavirus vaccines could begin arriving in Pennsylvania as soon as next month – but don’t put your mask away anytime soon, the state’s top health official said Thursday, according to a report. Dr. Rachel Levine, the state’s health secretary, warned that early supplies of any vaccines that receive government approval will likely be in short supply at first – with health care workers, first responders and people at highest risk expected to be treated first. That means most Pennsylvania residents can expect to be wearing masks “well into 2021, maybe to the end of 2021,” Levine said, according to PennLive.com. Levine’s remarks came amid word that drug makers Pfizer and Moderna were both preparing – likely Friday — to seek emergency approval of their vaccines, which officials have said show effectiveness rates of higher than 90%. If approved, the vaccines would start to become available in the coming weeks. “We anticipate we’re going to be rolling this out through the winter and then into the spring and into the summer,” Levine said, according to PennLive.com, adding, “It could take a significant amount of time to immunize everyone in Pennsylvania.”
Study finds ‘high level’ of COVID vaccine resistance in Australian population Almost three-in-five Australians (58.5 percent) say they will definitely get a COVID vaccine once it is available, new analysis from The Australian National University (ANU) shows. But six percent of the population say they definitely won’t, with another seven percent of Australians saying they will probably not get the vaccine. The analysis, led by the ANU Center for Social Research and Methods, examined COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and resistance and builds on a survey of 3,000 adult Australians. It’s the first representative longitudinal survey with over 2,000 respondents that examines the demographic, political and social attitudes to a COVID vaccine. Study co-author, Associate Professor Ben Edwards, said the analysis revealed which groups in Australia were less and more likely to “get the jab” once available. “Overall, there are significant levels of vaccine hesitancy or resistance across Australian society,” Associate Professor Edwards said. “We found females, those living in disadvantaged areas, those who reported that risks of COVID-19 were overstated, and those who had more populist views and higher levels of religiosity were more likely to be hesitant or resistant to a vaccine. In contrast, those who had higher levels of household income, those who had higher levels of social distancing, who downloaded the COVID-Safe App, who had more confidence in their state or territory government or confidence in their hospitals, or were more supportive of migration were more likely to intend to get vaccinated.”
Questions of The Day!
Hi Robert and Super D, it’s Shane here again here in British Columbia, Canada. I have something that is tragic happening up North here. Now effective today Dr. Bonnie Henry or bonehead or dunderhead, like you like to say, lol is mandating masks and you have to stay within your household, preventing religious gatherings and indoor and outdoor community and social events suspended, also not to travel outside communities and other provinces and saying much like the tune before only 2 weeks, is this a beta test for mandatory vaccines? I believe it just might be. She is also saying there’s light at the end of the tunnel because vaccines are coming, what dog pile is she smoking. What do you recommend us do to try and fight back? What I mean is we still have rights to not wear masks inside stores? These authorities are trying to say they will shut businesses down if we don’t comply, also we will be fined, so not only from the stores but authorities are trying to punish all of us it’s bs.
My father has been diagnosed with a non-functional, non-cancerous macro adenoma on his pituitary. It was micro, discovered after an unrelated fall several years back, but has grown. He has no symptoms that he notices, but has been told it is thinning his skull and growing around his ocular nerve. I have been trying to work with him and/or get him to see someone other than a neurosurgeon (chiropractor, homeopath, naturopath, even functional medicine doc) but he’s pretty set with “conventional” docs (even though they’ve poisoned him with statins for decades and wrongly removed my mother’s healthy gallbladder ). Now he’s been told he must take a COVID test prior to his surgery (in which they will go up through his nose and drill into his skull to remove they tumor which they’ve said will likely grow back ).
So, 2 questions: 1) what can he do to make his risk of getting a false positive COVID test result (since it’s a bogus test to begin with) as low as possible?
2) what can he do to help his body clear this tumor, before and after surgery?
I asked the surgeon (who does 4-5 of these surgeries every week … why do so many people get these tumors?) what they were made of and what causes them, since he’s Got a huge pool of “subjects”. He didn’t know. Anything. And this was a seemingly good guy, knowledgeable surgeon, but at the end of the day, no different than an automechanic taking out a muffler but having no idea why it got there or what it’s function is .
Anyway, prayers appreciated, as well as any advice. Love to you both!! Keep up the excellent work! The world needs you guys!!
Hi Don, as a Patreon I am trying to find where I can listen to the daily show. I did download Twitch but have difficulty watching live or finding replays???
Also I would like to ask you and Robert if you have knowledge of the Rife technology – Resonant Light or True Rife or other? I understand the original Rife technology incorporated a plasma tube with radio frequency carrier wave. There are several Rife want to be’s out the
My 27 year old daughter has a recurring staph infection around the outside of her nose. She first uses a bacterial cream, and then it seems to worsen and she is prescribed antibiotics, (which makes me have fits as I have listened to you and followed your advice for years).
Can you tell me (and her because I will show your reply to her), what she can do to help this situation?
Thank you, Robert!
Special Guest: Cordie Lee Williams
Dr. Cordie Williams is a US Marine, a professional speaker, and a leader in the chiropractic profession.
In the spring of 2020, Dr. Cordie felt his Constitutional Rights, and the rights of so many other Americans, were being violated by the state of California. So, he did what any veteran, father, and business owner would do – he took action. Dr. Cordie picked up a megaphone and began speaking up at protests all across California.
His common-sense message was well received at the protests. In fact, his speech from May 1, 2020 at the state capitol in Sacramento, CA has received more than 8 million hits on Facebook and counting, and has generated over 15 million views across all platforms.
Emboldened by government overreach from the state of California, Dr. Cordie was inspired to found 1776 Forever Free to help protect the freedom of all Americans.
Hour 2 – Special Guest – Peggy Hall
Peggy is a health freedom activist. As an educator for 30+ years, with a background in both politics and health, she is the founder of www.TheHealthyAmerican.org where she provides education, information and inspiration to take right action to stand for truth and freedom. She is the former director of Teacher Education at the University of California, Irvine Extension and she is currently a college instructor. She was the health and wellness expert for the ABC Radio Network and served as the national wellness expert for the Emmy-nominated show, American Now. Her mission is to help others understand how the government works, where it is broken, and how to fix it, with her inspirational and good-humored videos airing on social media and www.TheHealthyAmerican.org
Appeals court grants stay in lawsuit over Gov. Newsom’s COVID-19 executive orders A California appellate court Tuesday stayed an injunction from a lower court that barred Gov. Gavin Newsom from issuing executive orders that create new law, the latest development in a legal challenge to the governor’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The stay granted by the 3rd District Court of Appeal prevents an order by a Sutter County judge from being enforced until the appeal from the governor’s office can be considered by the higher court. Sutter County Superior Court Judge Sarah Heckman issued an injunction barring the governor from taking executive action that “changes existing statutory law or makes new statutory law or legislative policy,” rebuking a governor who has relied heavily on executive orders to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The California Attorney General’s Office, representing the governor, argued that the lower court’s ruling was improper, and said it would “hamstring” the governor’s response to the pandemic as well as future state emergencies.
Here’s a Quick Guide to California’s 4-Tiered, Color-Coded Coronavirus System It can be dizzying to keep up with the latest coronavirus news: What tier is my county in this week? Purple, red, orange, yellow? What kind of businesses are open? What remains closed? Daily COVID-19 cases in the state of California have doubled just in the last 10 days. This is the fastest increase the state has seen since the beginning of this pandemic. On Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that he was “pulling an emergency brake” due to the increase in numbers. Forty-one of California’s 58 counties or 94% of the state’s population have been reclassified into the state’s most restrictive tier: purple. The governor also mentioned that states will roll back or move forward within these tiers after one week, not two weeks, and businesses must modify and comply with the imposed restrictions immediately. You can view Newsom’s full announcement here. Take a look at the document below to see a breakdown of the state’s four-tiered, color-coded coronavirus system and what it means for you.
Religious liberty lawsuits against Gov. Newsom volley among divided lower courts, ultimately will land with U.S. Supreme Court Of the roughly 32 lawsuits that have been filed since March against California Gov. Gavin Newsom, many allege his executive orders violate the religious liberty clauses of the California Constitution. Twenty-two active cases address religious freedom violations, education policies, forced closures of businesses, alleged violations of federal and state laws, and grievances by landlords. At least 10 of the 32 have been dropped or ruled on; some of the 22 active cases have been amended since their initial filing. Some of the most prominent cases are playing out in the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Ninth Circuit Appeals Courts. Two of the first, and pending, religious freedom cases were filed in April. Gish v Newsom, and San Diego-based Abiding Place Ministries v Newsom, allege that his orders violate the provisions of the state constitution that protect freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the right to assemble, and due process. South Bay United Pentecostal Church sued Newsom May 8 after the governor announced his Phase 2 reopening plan (which has since been changed). Joining South Bay was the Chabad of Carmel Valley synagogue in San Diego. The plaintiffs claim the revised order restricted their congregation’s rights to free exercise of religion, to assemble, to free speech, and due process. On May 22, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to strike down Newsom’s statewide order. The case went to the U.S. Supreme Court, and on May 29, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts agreed with the lower court. Because of the coronavirus, Roberts said the governor’s order “should not be subject to second-guessing by an ‘unelected federal judiciary,’ which lacks the background, competence and expertise to assess public health and is not accountable to the people.”