June 14th, 2020 1-3PM ET
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Special Guest – Jon Rappoport!
Jon Rappoport has worked as a free-lance investigative reporter for over 30 years. He is the author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX. He has written articles on politics, health, media, culture and art for LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, Village Voice, Nexus, CBS Healthwatch, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. In 1982, the LA Weekly submitted his name for a Pulitzer prize, for his interview with the president of El Salvador University, where the military had taken over the campus.
Nurse at COVID epicenter hospital: “it’s murder” Her name is Erin Marie Olszewski. She’s a military nurse. She worked at the hospital that’s touted as being at the very center of the global pandemic, in terms of numbers of cases and deaths.Her video is out there. Infowars has it among their banned videos. David Icke has it. Solari.com has it. The Brighteon platform has it. Others have it. It’s devastating testimony, first-hand, from Erin’s undercover investigation inside the Elmhust Hospital in Queens, New York, “the epicenter of the COVID epicenter.”But this isn’t about the virus. It’s about murder at the hospital. That’s Erin’s assessment and conclusion, after working at Elmhurst.I’ll boil down essentials of her findings:At the hospital, poverty-stricken patients, mostly black and Latino, come in and are tested for COVID-19. When the conventional tests read negative—meaning no COVID—some of these people are nevertheless marked down as COVID-19 cases.That puts them on a train to death.For no good reason, they’re placed on breathing ventilators. They’re sedated, to keep them from moving around and feeling the discomfort and pain of the invasive intubation.
Ireland’s death rate in April is lower than two years ago According to the General Register’s Office which records all deaths in Ireland:“During April 2020, there were 2,689 deaths registered in Ireland. During April 2019, there were 2,599 deaths registered. During April 2018, there were 2,940 deaths registered.”Hardly much of a difference from one year to another; a curious thing, considering there was meant to have been an avalanche of deaths in April.According to the health authorities, as of April 30th there were 1,232 notified deaths due to Corona. The implication being, that an extra 1,232 people have died on top of all the other deaths that wouldnormally occur anyhow.Which means- there should have been a significant increase in registered deaths for the month of April. In stark contrast, there were far more deaths two years ago-251 more. The death rate for March this year is also lower than last year.,Although deaths can be registered up to three months after a person dies; according to the Central Statistics Office fifty percent of deaths are registered within 18 days.The General Register’s Office figures for May are also an eye-opener. There were 3,168 registered deaths in May, which is an increase of 325 on the previous year (May 2019), when 2,843 deaths were registered.
LOCKDOWN LUNACY: The Thinking Person’s Guide For anyone willing to look, there are so many facts that tell the true story, and it goes something like this:Knowing what we know today about COVID-19’s Infection Fatality Rate, asymmetric impact by age and medical condition, non-transmissibility by asymptomatic people and in outdoor settings, near-zero fatality rate for children, and the basic understanding of viruses through Farr’s law, locking down society was a bone-headed policy decision so devastating to society that historians may judge it as the all-time worst decision ever made. Worse, as these clear facts have become available, many policy-makers haven’t shifted their positions, despite the fact that every hour under any stage of lockdown has a domino-effect of devastation to society. Meanwhile, the media—with a few notable exceptions—is oddly silent on all the good news. Luckily, an unexpected group of heroes across the political landscape—many of them doctors and scientists—have emerged to tell the truth, despite facing extreme criticism and censorship from an angry mob desperate to continue fighting an imaginary war.My goal is to engage in known facts. You, the reader, can decide if all of these facts, when you put them together, equate to the story above.
Two Missouri hairstylists with coronavirus saw 140 clients in their salon, but no one got infected After a Missouri health department learned of two hairstylists who cut 140 clients hair while symptomatic with COVID-19, the disease the coronavirus causes, they braced for a surge in cases among the newly coiffed. Springfield-Greene County Health Department director Clay Goddard said back then, on May 22, that he was “very frustrated” and “disappointed” by the potential new outbreak as the state began to reopen. “We can’t have many more of these,” he said, as Business Insider previously reported. “We can’t make this a regular habit or our capability as a community will be strained and we will have to re-evaluate what things look like going forward.” The stylists, who worked at a Great Clips in Springfield, wore masks, as did their clients, Business Insider reported. The salon also implemented Centers for measures like keeping chairs far apart and staggering appointments, the health department said, according to CNN.Great Clips franchise owners Brittany Hager and Jennifer Small told Missouri’s KY3 in a statement May 22 that, after the potential exposures, the salon closed to undergo “additional sanitizing and deep cleaning” in accordance with government recommendations.
COVID: Fake study, Fake drug, Fake land of loons As many of you know, a major study on the drug, Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), has been retracted by the Lancet, a mere 13 days after it was published. That might be a world record.The study, using a gigantic data set of 96,000 patients in 671 hospitals, concluded the drug was useless for treating COVID-19 patients, and posed health dangers.The study (briefly) had the effect of convincing medical professionals, governments, media, and the public that HCQ was a total failure. A COVID drug would have to come from somewhere else.Only one problem:The authors of the study and the Lancet reviewers now confess the data can’t be found. The strong suggestion is, the data never existed.The relentless and brilliant journalist, Celia Farber, covers the whole sordid story at uncoverdc.com. She points out that “Remdesivir, [the toxic COVID drug] ‘touted’ by Anthony Fauci…costs $1,000 per pill, whereas HCQ’s generic price is $0.64.” That’s called a clue.And, of course, the plan is to keep the whole COVID farce going long enough to make the Bill Gates vaccine the primary instrument of treatment, through “prevention.”The next part of this article was prompted by a story a friend told me: a graduate student, when informed about the Lancet retraction, blew up and said, “Don’t you care about SCIENCE?” Scratching an inch below the surface of his non-sequitur outburst, his meaning was clear—he hates Trump, Trump said he was taking HCQ, so HCQ must be terrible, so the discredited Lancet study must actually be accurate.
Hour 2 Encore
Special Guest – Michelle Cotterman!
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S.B. 121 133rd General Assembly The bill changes the process by which the State Board of Education adopts or revises standards and curriculum for health education. Current law requires the passage of a concurrent resolution by both houses of the General Assembly before the State Board may add or revise any standards or curriculum for health education. Prior to voting on the adoption of the concurrent resolution, the standing committee of each house must hold at least one public hearing. The bill revises the law to require the adoption of a concurrent resolution and public hearings only
Epidemiological Investigation of COVID-19 The objective of this paper is to review what is known about the epidemiology of COVID-19. The various epidemic models that have been used to drive policy will be described, with particular note regarding their strengths and weaknesses. Recent data from serologic surveys will be summarized, and the implications of these findings on meaningful epidemiologic parameters will be explained. Finally, we will elaborate on what parameters are needed in order to understand the true public health burden. But first, we would like to start by saying that we do not downplay this virus. We do not claim it is a “hoax” or “conspiracy” or anything of the sort. Rather, we believe the proportions of this epidemic are being exaggerated. While it is tragic that people have been affected by this virus or have even succumbed to it, there is morbidity and mortality due to respiratory illnesses every year.
Second U.S. Virus Wave Emerges as Cases Top 2 Million A second wave of coronavirus cases is emerging in the U.S., raising alarms as new infections push the overall count past 2 million Americans.Texas on Wednesday reported 2,504 new coronavirus cases, the highest one-day total since the pandemic emerged.A month into its reopening, Florida this week reported 8,553 new cases — the most of any seven-day period.California’s hospitalizations are at their highest since May 13 and have risen in nine of the past 10 days.A fresh onslaught of the novel coronavirus is bringing challenges for residents and the economy in pockets across the U.S. The localized surges have raised concerns among experts even as the nation’s overall case count early this week rose just under 1%, the smallest increase since March.“There is a new wave coming in parts of the country,” said Eric Toner, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. “It’s small and it’s distant so far, but it’s coming.”Cyclists ride along the Venice Beach boardwalk on May 25.Though the outbreaks come weeks into state reopenings, it’s not clear that they’re linked to increased economic activity.
Coronavirus Deaths Could Spike In September After Decrease, Model Predicts Coronavirus cases are on the rise in 14 states including Montana, Hawaii and Alaska. Experts have raised alarm about the situation in Arizona, where hospital ICUs are nearly at capacity and new cases have increased by 115% since the state reopened on May 15. It’s worth noting that some of this may be a result of increased testing and flaws with testing: “We are currently experiencing delays in test results up to a week or more, which means that there may be more positive Covid-19 cases than are currently portrayed here,” said Kacey Ernst, a University of Arizona infectious disease epidemiologist told ABC News.
States are making it harder to sue nursing homes over COVID-19—immunity from lawsuits is a bad idea The coronavirus has devastated nursing homes across the country, killing tens of thousands of vulnerable older Americans. Nursing homes did not cause the pandemic, but poor infection control, inadequate staffing and sluggish mitigation allowed the virus to spread.Rather than doing more to hold these facilities accountable, however, states increasingly are protecting them from lawsuits.That shift is happening quickly. At least 21 states have taken actions within the last four months to limit the liability of health care providers, with nine states expressly including nursing homes. The industry is calling for similar protection in other states, and at the federal level, nursing homes are connecting with other trade groups to push for expansive, national immunity from lawsuits.Essentially, these states are protecting nursing homes from aggrieved residents and their loved ones who may have suffered harm, injuries or death due to their actions—or inactions—during COVID-19.The industry argues that staff members need to feel safe making decisions with scarce resources. It has long argued that it already has enough oversight in the form of government regulation and visits from residents’ families. But regulation and enforcement have been declining, particularly over the last three years. Regulatory penalties are generally low, and shutting down troubled nursing homes is rare. Amid the pandemic, family members haven’t been allowed inside most nursing homes to avoid bringing the virus in.
Food industry ‘shares the blame’ for severity of COVID-19, argue experts The food industry shares the blame not only for the obesity pandemic but also for the severity of covid-19 disease and its devastating consequences, argue experts in The BMJ today.Researchers at Queen Mary University of London say coronavirus has made tackling the obesity pandemic even more urgent, and they call on food industries around the world to immediately stop promoting, and governments to force reformulation of, unhealthy foods and drinks.Levels of overweight and obesity have now reached 65-70% in UK and US adult populations. Obesity is a major cause of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and cancer, and increasing evidence also suggests that obesity is an independent risk factor for severe illness and death from covid-19.The covid-19 outbreak seems to be yet one more health problem exacerbated by the obesity pandemic, explain the authors.For instance, an increase in food poverty, disruptions to supply chains, and panic buying during the covid-19 pandemic may have limited access to fresh foods, “thus tilting the balance towards a greater consumption of highly processed foods and those with long shelf lives that are usually high in salt, sugar, and saturated fat.”What’s more, they argue that since the start of the covid-19 pandemic the food industry has used the outbreak as a marketing opportunity (for example, by offering half a million “smiles” in the form of doughnuts to NHS staff).And despite some progress, such as taxes on sugary drinks, govern
PPIs Make COVID-19 More Deadly The FDA has ignored the dangers long enough. Action Alert! ANH-USA has submitted a Citizens Petition to the FDA concerning the increased risk of pneumonia that is associated with proton pump inhibitor (PPI) medications for acid reflux. This effect has been documented for a number of years, yet the agency has so far refused to update these drugs’ label warning to reflect this danger. This side effect is especially concerning given the current pandemic, which attacks the respiratory system. It is time to force the FDA’s hand.These widely prescribed drugs (Prilosec and Prevacid are popular brand names) block the production of stomach acid and are used to treat heartburn and GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). PPIs have been linked with increased risk of pneumonia which is of particular concern with COVID-19 and the respiratory damage that characterizes advanced cases.
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