March 6, 2024 3-5pm ET

Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:


34 Deaths, 302 Serious Injuries: RSV Vaccines Aren’t Even a Year Old but Some Experts Say It’s Time to Pull Them From the Market Newly approved Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) vaccines, Abrysvo by Pfizer andArexvy by GSK, are linked to 34 deaths and 302 serious injuries within less than a year of their CDC endorsement for adults over 60, and Abrysvo’s approval for pregnant women. Additionally, a safety signal was issued for Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), sparking further concerns. Despite these alarming reports, U.S. health officials continue to assert the vaccines’ safety and effectiveness. The administration of these vaccines to unauthorized age groups, including newborns and pregnant women, has been documented, intensifying the debate over their safety profile. Critics and experts are calling for an immediate reevaluation, citing a mismatch between the reported adverse events and the CDC’s assurances of safety.

Special Guest Nathaniel Mead

Nathaniel Mead, MSc, completed doctoral training in nutritional epidemiology at the UNC School of Public Health & Medicine and then served as an integrative medicine research consultant for the past 30 years. He has written 14 books and has 45 publications on Pubmed, including the first and only peer-reviewed scientific paper to request a global moratorium on the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. Nathaniel coauthored this landmark paper with Stephanie Seneff, Jessica Rose, Russ Wolfinger, Steve Kirsch, Kris Denaerhynck, and Peter McCullough, the senior author. Within a month of its publication on January 24th, the paper had over 330,000 reads and a high Scholarship Impact Quotient or SIQ rating of 9.3 (out of 10). Despite this impressive showing, it was recently retracted under false pretenses and is now being submitted to another peer-reviewed journal for publication.

‘Stunning Act of Scientific Censorship’: Journal Retracts Peer-Reviewed Study Critiquing COVID-19 Vaccine The journal Cureus retracted a peer-reviewed study analyzing COVID-19 mRNA vaccine trial data and post-injection injuries, which had called for a global moratorium on these vaccines. Dr. Peter McCullough, one of the paper’s authors, decried the retraction as “a stunning act of scientific censorship,” arguing it violated Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) Guidelines. The paper, which detailed potential serious harms from the vaccines and highlighted issues with trial methods and reporting, was initially approved after a rigorous review process. The retraction, prompted by alleged concerns about the validity of the work, has been contested by the authors, who suspect industry pressure influenced the decision. They have appealed the retraction and plan to publish their findings elsewhere, spotlighting the tension between scientific inquiry and editorial oversight.

Retracted: COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines: Lessons Learned from the Registrational Trials and Global Vaccination Campaign The now-retracted article provided a comprehensive critique of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines,focusing on the analysis of Pfizer and Moderna’s phase 3 trial data and the subsequent global vaccination campaign. It raised concerns over serious adverse events (SAEs), including death, cancer, cardiac events, and various autoimmune, hematological, reproductive, and neurological disorders, reported post-vaccination. The authors argued that the vaccines did not undergo adequate safety and efficacy testing as per previously established scientific standards and suggested an unacceptably high harm-to-reward ratio. They called for the immediate removal of mRNA vaccines from the CDC’s childhood immunization schedule and the suspension of booster shots, urging a global moratorium until comprehensive safety studies are conducted. The critique highlighted potential biases and financial incentives that may have compromised the integrity of the vaccine approval process.


Welcome to today’s “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show, where we’re diving into the world of Caulophyllum Thalictroides, also known as Blue Cohosh.
This homeopathic remedy is lauded for its significant benefits in women’s health, from childbirth support to menstrual regulation and easing joint discomfort.
Let’s explore how Caulophyllum Thalictroides stands as a pillar of support for female health issues.

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Hypervaccinated man had Covid jab 217 times for ‘personal reasons’ A 62-year-old man from Magdeburg, Germany, received a record 217 Covid-19 vaccinations over 29 months for private reasons. Despite this unprecedented level of vaccination, he showed no signs of Covid-19 infection or vaccine-related side effects. Researchers at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, upon learning of his case through newspaper articles, studied his immune response, finding considerably higher levels of certain immune cells and antibodies against Covid-19 compared to typically vaccinated individuals. The man’s case, officially confirmed for 134 vaccinations, including eight different vaccines, underscores the vaccines’ tolerability.

90% of U.S. Cheese Contains GMO Made by Pfizer Approximately 90% of cheese in North America is made using a genetically modified rennet called fermentation-produced chymosin (FPC), produced by Pfizer. Despite safety concerns and the lack of long-term studies on the health effects of consuming GMO food additives, FPC is exempt from being labeled as a GMO due to GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) status. Critics argue that the widespread use of FPC and the labeling loophole deprive consumers of making informed dietary choices, especially those looking to avoid GMOs in their diet.

EPA Failed to Assess Safety of Pesticides in Flea and Tick Collars Linked to 3,000+ Pet Deaths The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) did not properly review the safety of pesticides in Seresto flea and tick collars, linked to over 3,000 pet deaths, according to the EPA’s Office of Inspector General. Despite over 105,354 incident reports, the EPA has relied on outdated safety studies and failed to publish new animal risk assessments, questioning the agency’s commitment to safeguarding pet health and holding the EPA accountable for improving its safety determination processes for pet products.

This Vitamin Will Help You Live to 100 Vitamin D has been singled out as a crucial nutrient for longevity, with experts suggesting it may help individuals live to be 100by maintaining bone health and preventing age-related diseases. Despite the ideal scenario of obtaining nutrients from diet, the depletion of essential minerals and vitamins in today’s commercially grown food necessitates supplementation for optimal health. However, safe levels of vitamin D supplementation are advised, as excessive intake can lead to health issues such as hypercalcemia and vitamin D toxicity.

Man dies after consuming too much vitamin D as experts warn of risks: ‘Cascade of problems’ A case in the U.K. highlights the dangers of excessive vitamin D consumption, where an 89-year-old man died from hypercalcemia caused by high levels of vitamin D. This incident has prompted calls for regulatory agencies to warn about the risks of excessive vitamin D intake. Experts emphasize that while vitamin D is essential for health, surpassing the recommended daily intake can result in serious health complications, including kidney failure and death.

Yogurt Can Now Claim It May Reduce the Risk of Diabetes | TIME – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that yogurt sold in the U.S. can now state itmay reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, based on limited evidence. This decision follows a request from Danone North America in 2018, backed by studies showing a correlation between regular yogurt consumption (at least 2 cups per week) and lower diabetes markers. However, the FDA emphasizes that the potential health benefits come from yogurt as a whole food rather than any specific nutrient within it. This qualified health claim is allowed with disclaimers to prevent consumer misinformation, continuing a practice the FDA has upheld for dietary supplements and foods since the early 2000s.

Questions of The Day!

Hi Super Don and Robert,
I plan to attend the Atlanta event.
Where do I go online to purchase tickets?
Can you also give me the street address, as I am fairly new to GA.
Margaret

 

I would like to know more about Sepsis. Could you please do a show about Sepsis ? How to prevent and its causes. We are hearing more and more about people coming down with this and having to have limbs removed.
Paula

 

You said on a webinar that there was a popup from your book with Ty about silver and aloe ,3 times a day and probiotics at night. Where is the popup to see this information? I can’t find it .
Sue



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