May 30, 2024 3-5PM ET

Thursday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:


Special Guest: Jonathan Emord


In today’s riveting interview, Robert Scott Bell sits down with Jonathan Emord, a constitutional law expert and US Senate candidate for Virginia, to delve into the intricate layers of American history and philosophy. Emord, known for his relentless battles against the federal bureaucracy and celebrated as the “FDA Dragon Slayer,” shares a major campaign announcement set for Saturday at 5 PM Eastern Time. The discussion kicks off with a critical look at the impending failure of the WHO Pandemic Treaty and IHR promotion, setting the stage for a profound exploration of America’s foundational journey from monarchy to a republican form of government.
Emord, hailed by Ron Paul and George Noory as an intellectual and legal warrior, unpacks the philosophical underpinnings of John Locke’s views on patriarchy and Thomas Jefferson’s concept of rightful liberty, emphasizing the balance of individual rights. The conversation also highlights the transformation of George Washington from a successful general in the American Revolution to a retired farmer and eventually a reluctant president. This interview not only offers a deep dive into historical insights but also reflects Emord’s vision for safeguarding American freedoms and rights against the overreach of the federal bureaucracy.








ENCORE! Hour 2

Moves to ban lab-grown meat intensify in Republican US states: In an emerging trend, Republican legislators across at least seven US states are proposing bans on the sale and distribution of lab-grownmeats, targeting a food technology sector that has gained substantial investment from figures like Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos. This legislative push reflects a broader political narrative that positions lab-grown meat within the frame of a “woke” liberal agenda, with some critics drawing controversial parallels to vaccine debates. The first federally approved lab-grown chicken has made its way into select restaurants, sparking debates about food innovation versus traditional agriculture. The opposition to lab-grown meat, mirrored in Italy’s recent production ban, contrasts with supportive stances in other countries, like China, indicating a global divide in the acceptance of this technology. The lab-grown meat industry, which saw significant investment in 2022, argues that it offers a necessary complement to conventional meat production to meet global demand sustainably. The proposed state bans are viewed by some as efforts to protect established agricultural interests from new competition, potentially stifling innovation and limiting consumer choices in the burgeoning field of alternative proteins.

Do We Really Want Fauci in Charge of Our Food?: The article raises concerns over the shift in industrial meat production from the widespread use of antibiotics to the adoption of mRNA vaccines, without clear disclosure to consumers. Highlighting the backdrop of increasing consumer backlash against antibiotic use due to the rise of superbugs, it explores the industry’s clandestine move towards mRNA technology as an alternative. This change, while presented under the guise of “antibiotic-free” practices, is critiqued for its lack of transparency and potential parallels drawn with controversial medical interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic. The discussion extends into the regulatory and ethical landscape, questioning the integrity of using mRNA in livestock without comprehensive public awareness and consent, paralleling anxieties surrounding human mRNA vaccine deployment.

Special Guest Austin Frerick

Austin Frerick is an expert on agricultural and antitrust policy. He worked at the Open Markets Institute, the U.S. Department of Treasury, and the Congressional Research Service before becoming a Fellow at Yale University. He is a 7th generation Iowan and 1st generation college graduate, with degrees from Grinnell College and the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

In ‘Barons,’ Austin Frerick Takes on the Most Powerful Families in the Food System: Austin Frerick’s book, Barons, delves into the monopolistic grip of seven families over the food industry, exploring the historical and systemic conditions that elevated them to power. Frerick contrasts the initial goals of the “New Deal Farm Bill” with the present “Wall Street Farm Bill,” critiquing the shift towards a policy framework that promotes overproduction and benefits a select few at the expense of broader agricultural and community health. The book emphasizes the need for a radical rethinking of agricultural policies and the USDA’s role, advocating for a return to more sustainable, equitable farming practices. Frerick’s narrative is both a personal journey through the transformed landscapes of Iowa and a critical examination of the consolidation of power within the food system, urging a reconsideration of who controls the food supply and the policies that enable them.


Today on “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show, we spotlight Cyclamen Europaeum, derived from the enchanting European cyclamen plant.
Celebrated for fostering emotional well-being and supporting those with vision issues, Cyclamen Europaeum embodies a compassionate remedy for mood fluctuations, PMS, and various eye-related concerns.
Let’s explore the gentle yet profound impact of Cyclamen Europaeum on holistic health.

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Comment of The Day!

Super Don, try this sandwich:
Good seeded bread toasted, avocado smashed on both pieces of bread, sprinkle cumin and black pepper on top of avocado, add arugula, cherry tomatoes halved, and secret ingredients sauerkraut. Best brand is Bubbies. Enjoy 😊
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