June 18th, 2021 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
CDC Ignores Duty, Sidesteps Science to Take Holiday Break Having to admit the link between mRNA-based Covid vaccine and heart inflammation is stronger than previously thought, the The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) set an emergency meeting for Friday. Now, the ‘emergency’ Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) committee has announced that it has cancelled that emergency meeting. The ACIP website was updated Thursday with the following message: “The June 18, 2021 COVID-19 meeting is being rescheduled due to the observation of the Juneteenth National Independence Day holiday. The discussion will be rescheduled to be included as part of the June 23-25 ACIP meeting.” The meeting was set to discuss the mounting causes of myocarditis, a potentially severe heart inflammation increasingly being seen in teenagers and young adults after mRNA-based Covid vaccinations from Pfizer and Moderna. The move has left many stunned as the myocarditis issue at hand had been considered an ‘emergency’ by both the CDC and ACIP in the United States. Yet the agency and its advisory committee will now allow five extra days to come between a meeting to discuss an urgent scientific and public health emergency being shouldered by America’s youth. Last week the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPA) failed to reach a decision on vaccinating kids under 12 partly due to the serious myocarditis signals appearing in young children after vaccination. Dr. Cody Messiner, VRBPA committee member and director of pediatric infectious diseases at Tufts Medical Center, urged a halt to an already reckless and unscientific vaccine rollout among the youth stating, “I’m worried about myocarditis.” He continued regarding the postivve test results indicating heart inflammation in children saying, “We don’t know what that means on a longterm basis. Will there be scaring of the myocardium? Will there be a predisposition to arrhythmias later on? Will there be an early onset of heart failure?”
CDC panel meeting on COVID-19 vaccines, rare heart issues postponed in observance of Juneteenth Friday’s scheduled CDC panel discussion on reports of heart inflammation among a small fraction of COVID-19 vaccine recipients has been postponed in observance of the Juneteenth National Independence Day holiday, the agency said. In an update posted to the CDC website, the agency said the discussion will now be included in the scheduled June 23-25 Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meeting. “The June 18, 2021 COVID-19 meeting is being rescheduled due to the observation of the Juneteenth National Independence Day holiday,” the webcast update said. “The discussion will be rescheduled to be included as part of the June 23-25 ACIP meeting.” The ACIP was set to discuss about 300 reports of myocarditis and pericarditis predominately among vaccinated males aged 16-24. About 12 million doses of the vaccines have been administered, and while younger groups only account for about 9% of those shots, they comprised over half of 528 reports relating to heart issues across all age groups. The ACIP was not expected to vote on anything regarding the vaccine rollout but was set to provide an update on COVID-19 vaccine safety, including myocarditis after mRNA vaccines and the risk-benefit of mRNA vaccines in adolescents and young adults. The panel was also set to discuss an “overview of data to inform recommendations for additional doses of COVID-19 vaccines.”
Fauci: US to spend $3.2 billion for antiviral pills for COVID-19 The United States is devoting $3.2 billion to advance development of antiviral pills for COVID-19 and other dangerous viruses that could turn into pandemics. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, announced the investment Thursday at a White House briefing as part of a new “antiviral program for pandemics” to develop drugs to address symptoms caused by potentially dangerous viruses like the coronavirus. The pills for COVID-19, which would be used to minimize symptoms after infection, are in development and could begin arriving by year’s end, pending the completion of clinical trials. The funding will speed those clinical trials and provide additional support to private sector research, development and manufacturing. Fauci said the new program would invest in “accelerating things that are already in progress” for COVID-19 but also would work to innovate new therapies for other viruses. “There are few treatments that exist for many of the viruses that have pandemic potential,” he said. But he added, “vaccines clearly remain the centerpiece of our arsenal.” The U.S. has approved one antiviral drug, remdesivir, against COVID-19 and allowed emergency use of three antibody combinations that help the immune system fight the virus. But all the drugs have to be infused at hospitals or medical clinics, and demand has been low due to these logistical hurdles.
Special Guest Eric Gearing
Dr. Eric Gearing graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA in 1998, as a Doctor of Chiropractic. He completed undergraduate studies at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA, where he studied electrical engineering and biology. Dr. Gearing currently practices in Louisiana, MO, treating patients with chiropractic, acupuncture and nutrition. As a lifelong student, he maintains interest in learning about Reiki, TCM and other energy healing modalities. He enjoys participating in obstacle mud runs, singing karaoke and teaching yoga. Dr. Gearing joined the Trinity School team of instructors in 2018.
Special Guest Kristen Chevrier
Kristen Chevrier wrote her thesis and received her Master’s degree in English, from Brigham Young University, while expecting her third child. Kristen has taught writing, literature, history, and theater, professionally, while also homeschooling her five children. Kristen has been a family and parental rights activist for over 20 years, and has served in Utah Republican Party leadership for more than 10 of those years–both of those because she is passionate about educating and empowering the electorate. Four years ago, Kristen began her ongoing research into vaccines, the immune system, and vaccine policy. What she’s learned has lit her soul on fire. She is now deeply involved in vaccine injury and natural immunity education, and health freedom advocacy. Kristen advocates in Washington D.C., in the Utah State Legislature, and works with vaccine freedom advocacy groups across the nation. She is Founder and Director of Vaccine Freedom Utah and co-founder of Your Health Freedom. Both groups can be found on Facebook and at their respective websites: vaccinefreedomutah.com and yourhealthfreedom.org
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Physician: ‘Fanaticism’ — Not Science — Governs CDC’s Aggressive Push to Vaccinate Even Those With Natural Immunity Although accurate numbers are difficult to come by, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conservatively estimates more than a third of Americans (at least 114.6 million) have been infected with SARS-CoV-2. There is ample reason to believe that in most of these individuals, SARS-CoV-2 infection “induces long-term immunity.” For example, a December 2020 study by Singapore researchers found neutralizing antibodies (one prong of the immune response) remained present in high concentrations for 17 years or more in individuals who recovered from the original SARS-CoV. More recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) published evidence of durable immune responses to natural infection with SARS-CoV-2. Even back in March 2020, the NIH’s Dr. Anthony Fauci shared his view (in an email [p. 22] to Ezekiel Emanuel) that “their [sic] would be substantial immunity post infection.” Yet despite these recent findings, health authorities are largely ignoring natural immunity’s stellar track record. In fact, as the American Institute of Economic Research reported, it appears in order to promote the COVID vaccine agenda, key organizations are not only “downplaying” natural immunity but may be seeking to “erase” it altogether. Until recently, the Mayo Clinic reported that individuals who survived the 1918 influenza pandemic were immune, 92 years later, to H1N1 influenza. However as economist Jon Sanders noted, the Mayo Clinic removed the mention of 1918 influenza immunity from its website this spring. And late last year, the WHO was caught attempting to unscientifically exclude “immunity developed through previous infection” from the very definition of herd immunity.
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Half of Americans fear they’ll never fully recover from COVID pandemic stress Half of Americans say that the COVID-19 pandemic has been so stressful they worry they’ll never fully be able to de-stress, even after it’s all over. A survey of 2,000 Americans finds stress levels have been so bad since 2020 that 25 percent would go as far as escaping to a cabin in the woods by themselves in order to get away from the daily stresses of life. Another 15 percent would need to be even more remote, choosing a desert island as their de-stressing sanctuary. Crucially, respondents add they’d have to be totally alone to truly be able to de-stress. The study, conducted by OnePoll and commissioned by CBDistillery, also finds that for many, getting rid of stress is all about the finer things in life. In fact, 35 percent of respondents think a trip to a luxury resort would do the trick. The average American feels they would need 10 days in their ideal location to completely de-stress. This is borne out by the numbers, too; 55 percent admit their current stress levels have left them feeling burnt out. Researchers also discovered that stress has a major impact on personal relationships. Seven out of 10 Americans say they get upset or frustrated with someone in their household for no reason at least once a week. These spats aren’t surprising though, as 51 percent admit they find it difficult to de-stress because they live with others.
Scientists name frog found in Ecuadorian Andes after Led Zeppelin Researchers in the misty mountains of the Ecuadorian Andes have discovered a new species of terrestrial frog and named it after the pioneering British rock band Led Zeppelin. Pristimantis ledzeppelin, known in English as Led Zeppelin’s Rain Frog, was found by the scientists David Brito-Zapata and Carolina Reyes-Puig in the Cordillera del Cóndor, which straddles south-east Ecuador and north-east Peru. The small frog, which has coppery-red eyes and a mottled, yellow, brown, black and orange skin, is a member of the huge and rapidly expanding Pristimantis genus. The genus comprises 569 species – 28 of which have been described in Ecuador in the past two years alone. The new discovery is reported in the Neotropical Biodiversity journal and on the website of the Ecuadorian government’s National Biodiversity Institute. Brito-Zapata and Reyes-Puig said all the specimens had been found “on shrub vegetation surrounding streams inside mature forest, where they perched on bush leaves”, between 1.7 metres and 3 metres above the water. Males of the species grow to about 2.4cm long, while one adult female was found to measure 3.6cm from snout to vent. “The name honours Led Zeppelin and their extraordinary music,” the pair explain in the journal. “Led Zeppelin was a British rock band formed in London in 1968, one of the most influential bands throughout the 1970s, and progenitors of both hard rock and heavy metal.”