May 8, 2024 3-5PM ET

Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:


Hour 1

Censorship in Medicine is Nothing New delves into the historical and ongoing censorship within the medical community, illustrated through personal experiences and pivotal events witnessed by the author, aseasoned physician. It traces the roots of such practices to events as early as the 1970s, challenging the perception that medical censorship is a purely contemporary issue. The narrative centers on a profound incident from 1978 involving the emergency treatment of gunshot victims, which, despite its dramatic and public nature, left no trace in public records or media, highlighting the systemic suppression of medical information. The article advocates for transparency and ethical practices in medical reporting and documentation.

Special Guest Dr. Mark Skidmore

Mark Skidmore is a tenured Professor and Morris Chair in State and Local Government Finance and Policy, while currently serving as a resident fellow and interim director with the MSU Extension Center for Local Government Finance and Policy. He holds tenure system appointments in the Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics and Economics. He has served as a consultant on a range of issues including economic development, government finance and policy, and price determination. He has published the results of his research in journals such as Economic Inquiry, Economics Letters, Journal of Urban Economics, National Tax Journal, and Public Choice. Much of Skidmore’s research and outreach focuses on public finance policy and the relationship between policy and economic development. Recent research areas include work on property taxation, regional development, and the economics of natural disasters.

The role of social circle COVID-19 illness and vaccination experiences in COVID-19 vaccination decisions: an online survey of the United States population reveals that personal and close circle experiences with COVID-19 and its vaccination significantly influence individuals’ decisions to vaccinate. The survey highlighted that knowing someone who suffered severe effects from the disease or the vaccine alters people’s likelihood to vaccinate. Intriguingly, the study also points to a potential underreporting or misinterpretation of vaccine-related fatalities, suggesting that the real numbers might be higher than those reported by official sources, which warrants further investigation. The findings underscore the importance of personal experiences in shaping public health responses and vaccine acceptance.

After Dr. Mark Skidmore published the results of his study on COVID-19 vaccinations, he was met with hostility, and the paper was retracted.

Dr. Mark Skidmore Exonerated details the exoneration of Michigan State University professor Dr. Mark Skidmore, who was initially accused of unethical practices in his COVID-19 vaccine study. Liberty Counseldefended Skidmore, helping clear his name after a seven-month investigation by the university’s Institutional Review Board (IRB). The controversy began when his study, which suggested a significant number of fatalities linked to the COVID-19 vaccine, was retracted by BMC Infectious Diseases due to alleged procedural oversights. The study has since been revised and republished, continuing to assert impactful findings on public health responses to vaccine injuries. This case highlights ongoing issues in the scientific community regarding the handling of research that challenges prevailing health narratives.

Republished Article
COVID-19 Illness and Vaccination Experiences in
Social Circles Affect COVID-19 Vaccination Decisions


Cats Testing Positive for Bird Flu: What to Know About Risks to People discusses the recent detection of the bird flu virus in domestic cats and explores the implications for human health. Although there is a very low risk of transmission to humans, the article emphasizes the importance of preventive measures to protect both pets and their owners. Recommendations include keeping cats indoors and practicing good hygiene to minimize exposure. The piece also reassures that while bird flu can be fatal for cats, the risk it poses to humans remains minimal, with no known cases of human-to-human transmission. It highlights the ongoing need for vigilance and research into the transmission of zoonotic diseases.


Hour 2

Exclusive: Fauci Ignored Early Reports of Vaccine Injuries, Emails Obtained by CHD Reveal highlights alarming insights into Dr. Anthony Fauci’s response to early reports of COVID-19 vaccine injuries.Documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request by Children’s Health Defense detail how Fauci was aware of severe adverse reactions shortly after the vaccines were administered but failed to acknowledge or act on emails from vaccine recipients detailing their injuries. These individuals reported conditions ranging from myocarditis to severe neurological symptoms. The lack of response from Fauci and public health officials potentially left many without proper medical guidance or care, undermining the public’s ability to make informed decisions about vaccination. This revelation has sparked significant concern about transparency and accountability in public health leadership, especially regarding the dissemination of information crucial for public safety and trust.

COVID19 vaccines linked to myocarditis, pericarditis, ITP, Guillain Barre Syndrome, Bell’s Palsy, ADEM, PE, Febrile seizures & more discusses a comprehensive analysis from a recent study published in the journal Vaccine, which reviewed health data from 99 million individuals to assess the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. The research indicates an increase in various serious health conditions post-vaccination, such as myocarditis, Bell’s Palsy, and thrombocytopenic purpura, particularly among younger demographic groups. Critically, the study suggests that the actual risk may be underestimated due to methodological limitations, such as underreporting and the misclassification of vaccine-related injuries. This analysis raises crucial questions about the balance of benefits versus risks of vaccination, especially in low-risk populations. The findings emphasize the need for more rigorous and transparent research to fully understand the scope of vaccine-induced adverse effects and to ensure public health policies are appropriately tailored to safeguard all individuals.

4.95 Million People Die From Treatable Infections Annually explores the devastating global impact of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), which contributes to nearly5 million deaths each year. The article introduces The Global AMR Diary, an initiative aimed at personalizing the statistics through narrative storytelling of individuals affected by AMR. This approach mirrors strategies used in other areas of public health and historical education, where personal stories have proven more effective than mere statistics in capturing public interest and spurring action. The diary seeks to shift the discourse from abstract data to compelling human stories, thereby fostering a deeper understanding and urgency to combat AMR. Through these personal accounts, the project aims to influence policy changes and increase public awareness about the critical need for advanced treatments and responsible antibiotic use.

When It Comes to Protecting Consumers From Food Chemicals, FDA Scores Lower Than EU Safety Agencies — Here’s Why provides a critical examination of the different approaches taken by the FDA and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in regulating food chemicals. The investigation reveals that EFSA’s practices, which include the separation of risk assessment from risk management and relying on independent expert panels, result in more stringent and protective measures for public health. In contrast, the FDA’s approach is criticized for its lack of transparency and its single-entity structure for assessing and managing risks, which may lead to conflicts of interest and less rigorous safety evaluations. The article argues for a need to overhaul the FDA’s procedures to align more closely with those of the EFSA, incorporating transparency, independence, and a clear separation of risk assessment from policy-making to better protect consumer health and safety.

Question of The Day!

Hi Guys,
Have you ever heard of a product called Detoxamine-it is a suppository-I believe it has been endorse by Dr. Cherry Rogers; What say you concerning this product?
Also the words “Down load file ” is missing on your 5/6 podcast
THX Bill

Welcome to “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re focusing on Zincum Valerianicum, a homeopathic remedy derived from the valerianate of zinc.
Renowned for its efficacy in soothing nervous tension and enhancing sleep quality, this remedy is a key player in managing insomnia and related neurological disorders.
Let’s delve into how Zincum Valerianicum can offer relief from these common but impactful health issues.

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