February 16, 2024 3-5PM ET

Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Over 70% Of Service Members Say They Felt ‘Coerced’ Into Taking COVID-19 Vaccine: Survey
A survey conducted by The Epoch Times revealed that over 70% of US military service members felt coerced into receiving the COVID-19 vaccine following the Pentagon’s 2021 mandate. The survey, which included participants from all military branches with an average service length of 16 years, found that out of 229 respondents, 169 were active duty, and 87% were unvaccinated against COVID-19. Among the vaccinated, only two expressed a voluntary choice. Many reported adverse effects from the vaccine, and 93% knew someone they believed was injured by it. The mandate led to significant discontent, with nearly 95% of those opposed facing reprisals, including threats of punitive action and career limitations. Despite the mandate’s rescission in January 2023, the impact on service members’ careers and trust in military leadership remains profound.

Special Guests Danielle Baker and Attorney Patrick Hollingsworth

Danielle Baker was an active RN (Certified Hospice and Palliative Care)for 20 years who loved her job. She spent the last 17 years caring for her patients in hospice care. In June of 2021, she was coerced into taking the COVID-19 “vaccine” after her former employer issued anemail stating a July deadline if the employee’s wanted to maintain all of their benefits. Having a family to care for, she couldn’t afford to lose her job, so she reluctantly took the Pfizer jabs. Within 2.5 weeks after her last shot, she became completely disabled, suffering from severe neurological issues, demyelination of the spine, and getting the diagnosis of transverse myelitis, which her doctor confirmed was due to the Pfizer jab. Since that time, Danielle has been unable to work as she has difficulty completing even the simplest tasks such as walking and self-care. She lives in constant suffering each day, never knowing the degree of difficulty she will face each day. She has three core physicians, but has seen several other doctors in an attempt to find relief to no avail. In fact, during her last hospital admission, doctors unfamiliar with her told her she has a psychological problem and suggested they order a psychiatric evaluation. Knowing that no one filed a VAERS report on her behalf, Danielle filed her own. She sent the FDA an email explaining her situation to warn others what can happen after these shots, and to let the FDA know she was filing a VAERS report. After this email, she noticed her finalized report in the system had mysteriously disappeared. Is the FDA intentionally removing such claims of injury? Danielle is one of the first nurses to go on disability due to the COVID-19 jab in the state of Ohio and is also now on social security disability. She has an active worker’s compensation case against her former employer and hopes to become a trailblazer, opening the door for others in similar situations to seek the justice they deserve.

Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re exploring Berberis Vulgaris, a homeopathic remedy often used for kidney and bladder issues, including kidney stones, urinary tract infections, and related pain.
This segment will delve into the therapeutic applications of Berberis Vulgaris in these specific areas.

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Hour 2

New Evidence Suggests Long COVID Could Be a Brain Injury
Emerging research indicates that Long COVID may be a form of brain injury. This hypothesis is based on the persistent symptoms experienced by sufferers, which resemble those of brain injury patients. The condition, affecting a significant number of COVID-19 survivors, includes cognitive impairments, fatigue, and neurological issues. The findings suggest a need for a reevaluation of Long COVID’s underlying mechanisms and potential treatments focusing on neurological rehabilitation.

Study: COVID-19 Associated With Quadrupled Risk of Chronic Fatigue
A CDC study has found that individuals who have contracted COVID-19 are four times more likely to develop chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) compared to those who haven’t had the virus. This significant association underscores the long-term health consequences of COVID-19, highlighting the need for ongoing research and support for those affected by post-viral syndromes.

Special Guest Jennifer Sharp

Jennifer Sharp is an award-winning director, writer, editor, and graduate of NYU, Tisch School of the Arts. She has directed 2 narrative feature films which accumulated over 30 awards between them, and achieved critical acclaim. Her narrative feature, Una Great Movie, was recently released on Amazon Prime and her documentary, The Chasing of A Great Movie, won the 2019 Vision Award at the Roxbury Film Festival, and spawned the 4-part docs-series, Dare to Dream What you Cannot Imagine, for which she is currently in
post-production. An all-around filmmaker, Jennifer’s editing credits include various feature films, and she
was the Art Director for, A Haunted House 2, and Warner Brothers’, Within. Her deep understanding of the various aspects of filmmaking strengthen the quality of every project she takes on. Jennifer is currently an instructor of Filmmaking at various institutions. She is a believer that Art has the power to change the world, and that artists have a responsibility to facilitate that change through sharing their truths. After having an adverse reaction to the COVID vaccine, she found herself mandated out of society and cast aside by friends ad family. At that moment, she believed that it was her responsibility as an artist to tell the stories that no one was talking about. She picked up her camera, and created, “Andecdotals,”—a compassionate film exploration of the nuanced vaccine debate. Her passion is for inspiring the audience to reflect on life and personal questions while entertaining them and making them laugh. This is the incredible power of the arts, and this is what she loves about movies.

Would you eat this? Scientists develop lab-grown hybrid ‘cultured beef rice’
Researchers have developed a novel hybrid food product, “cultured beef rice,” combining lab-grown meat cells with plant-based ingredients. This innovation aims to offer a sustainable and ethical alternative to traditional meat consumption, addressing environmental concerns and ethical issues associated with animal farming. The development represents a significant step in the evolution of food technology, potentially transforming dietary habits and food production in the future.

How Nose Picking Could Raise Your Alzheimer’s Risk
A recent review in the journal Biomolecules suggests that the habit of nose-picking could introduce pathogens into the brain, potentially triggering neuroinflammation linked to Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers argue that viral, bacterial, and fungal pathogens may enter the brain through the nose and olfactory system, with nose-picking increasing this risk by contaminating the olfactory system through hand contact with soil and feces. This action could lead to brain inflammation, with the brain possibly producing beta-amyloid, a protein associated with Alzheimer’s, in response to these pathogens. The study, conducted by researchers from Western Sydney University in Australia, highlights that the olfactory system provides a direct path to brain areas affected by Alzheimer’s. While the exact role of these pathogens in the development of Alzheimer’s is still under investigation, the study adds to the growing evidence that neuroinflammation may play a significant role in the disease’s progression.

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