May 3, 2024 3-5PM ET

Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Hour 1

CDC Found Evidence COVID-19 Vaccines Caused Deaths: CDC officials have reportedly found evidence linking Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to multiple deaths, contradicting publicstatements denying such connections. Internal documents reveal instances where myocarditis, a known vaccine side effect, was confirmed as a cause of death post-vaccination. Despite these findings, the CDC maintained there were no deaths connected to the vaccines through the VAERS system. The situation raises concerns about the CDC’s transparency and handling of vaccine-related death investigations. The agency faced criticism for not considering autopsies or death certificates as sufficient evidence of vaccine-induced fatalities, further complicating public trust and response efforts.

Special Guest Andrew Wakefield

Andy J. Wakefield has been likened to the Dreyfus of his generation, a doctor falsely accused of scientific and medical misconduct, whose discoveries opened up entirely new perceptions of childhood autism, the gut-brain link, and vaccine safety. As an ‘insider’, the price for his discoveries and his refusal to walk away from the issues they raised, was swift and brutal, the loss of job, career, reputation, honours, colleagues, and country. And yet he enjoys a huge and growing support from around the world. Wakefield’s stance made him a trusted place for whistleblowers from government and industry to confess and ‘download.’ He has extraordinary stories to share, and is now an award-winning filmmaker. Despite elaborate attempts at censorship, his documentary Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe – the revelations of a vaccine scientist at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – changed the public mindset on the truth about vaccine safety. Wakefield’s is a story that starts with  professional trust in the instincts of mothers, choice and consequences, a quest for truth, and perseverance against overwhelming


Based on real-life events, comes the corporate thriller, Protocol 7. Alexis Koprowski, a devoted mother and small-town family lawyer, Adrian Jay, a renegade doctor exiled from the medical profession, and Steve Schilling, a virologist at a prominent vaccine laboratory turned corporate whistleblower, work together to hold a large pharmaceutical corporation accountable for allegedly fraudulent test results behind a failing mumps vaccine. Protocol 7 takes us behind the corporate curtain, exposing a chain of command that devolves responsibility, prioritizes profits over people, and fosters an amoral mindset of “just following orders.”


EPA Again Grants ‘Emergency’ Approval for Bee-killing Pesticide: The EPA has renewed the emergency use of clothianidin on Florida citrus trees for the 10th consecutive year, despite its potential risks to endangered species and pollinators essential for food supply health. Introduced to combat citrus greening, clothianidin is applied to tree bases during the dry season to maximize absorption and minimize wash-away. This practice continues even though clothianidin and similar neonicotinoid insecticides have been shown to harm bees and are linked to the decline of pollinator populations vital for crops like vegetables and nuts. The renewal comes without a comprehensive safety review, as it is issued only as an emergency exemption annually.

Hour 2

New Attack on Supplements in the Works: The proposed legislation, led by Senators Dick Durbin and Frank Pallone, seeks to expand the FDA’s authority to regulate dietarysupplements by prohibiting products that do not meet the strict definition of a dietary supplement. This includes a focus on banning the sale of tianeptine, known as “gas station heroin,” and addressing other supplements like CBD and NMN. Critics argue this bill represents an overreach, threatening access to beneficial supplements under the guise of controlling unapproved drugs. The FDA has existing powers to manage these issues, making the bill seem redundant and more about increasing regulatory power than protecting public health.

The Countries Where The Most People Buy Organic: Denmark leads globally with over 15% of its food sales coming from organic products. Following Denmark, Austria, Luxembourg, and Switzerland each have more than 10% of their food sales in organic products. These figures suggest that organic food, while still a niche, has significant markets, particularly in German-speaking and some Scandinavian countries. Despite lower percentages globally, the U.S. maintains the largest absolute market for organic food. Growth in the organic food sector remains slow globally, attributed to the high cost of organic products relative to non-organic options.

New organic food-focused preschool and daycare opens in Boise: Strive Academy, a new preschool and daycare in Northwest Boise, emphasizes a curriculum based on wholeand organic foods and practical life skills. The facility includes a one-acre outdoor space with a community garden where children learn about plant cultivation. The academy serves children from 6 weeks to 12 years old, providing meals prepared daily from organic ingredients. In addition to standard educational objectives, the curriculum integrates essential life skills like emotional recognition, empathy, and financial literacy, aiming to prepare children comprehensively for kindergarten and beyond.

Johnson & Johnson to pay $6.5 billion to resolve nearly all talc ovarian cancer lawsuits in U.S.: Johnson & Johnson has announced a plan to pay $6.5 billion over 25 years to settle nearly all U.S. lawsuits claiming that its talc-based products caused ovarian cancer. This settlement requires the approval of the claimants and involves a third bankruptcy filing by its subsidiary, LTL Management, specifically created to handle these liabilities. This strategy aims to end ongoing litigation and prevent future lawsuits, requiring a 75% approval rate from claimants during a three-month voting period. Despite previous setbacks in court with similar bankruptcy strategies, J&J believes this settlement offers a more favorable outcome for claimants than prolonged litigation, which has previously resulted in significant verdicts against the company.

DeSantis says ‘take your fake meat elsewhere’ and signs bill banning lab-grown meat: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill banning the manufacture and sale of lab-grown meat in Florida,arguing it poses a threat to the state’s agriculture. The bill, first of its kind in the nation, also encompasses other agricultural regulations, including increased penalties for trespassing on agricultural properties and preemption of local electric vehicle mandates. The ban reflects DeSantis’s broader criticism of environmental and dietary recommendations from entities like the World Economic Forum, which he dismisses as out of touch with practical and traditional agricultural practices.

Today on “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show, we delve into Wyethia, derived from the compass plant.
Renowned for its efficacy in alleviating throat itchiness and managing symptoms related to allergies like hay fever, Wyethia offers significant relief for those affected.
Let’s explore the unique properties of this homeopathic remedy.

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