December 1, 2023 3-5PM ET

Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Hour 1

Now MASSACHUSETTS says it’s being hit by wave of pneumonia in children as Ohio county issues “white lung” warning – after China and Europe saw surge in cases and hospitalizations: Massachusetts and Ohio are reporting a significant increase in child pneumonia cases, mirroring outbreaks in China and parts of Europe. In Warren County, Ohio, there have been 142 pediatric cases of pneumonia, termed ‘white lung syndrome’, since August, a number described as ‘extremely high’ by health officials. Western Massachusetts is experiencing a surge in walking pneumonia, primarily caused by a mix of bacterial and viral infections. These outbreaks are not linked to a novel pathogen but are attributed to several seasonal infections. Concerns are growing that the U.S. could face a similar situation to the overwhelming hospitalizations seen in China. However, the CDC indicates that, on a national level, the situation is not out of the ordinary. The rise in cases may be partly due to weakened immunity in children following pandemic-related lockdowns and school closures.

Special Guest: Karen Schoen

Patriot, Talk Radio Host, Marketing Consultant, Journalist, Advocate and Citizen Lobbyist, and Public Speaker – Former candidate for Florida House, director of the Panhandle Patriots, and an advisor to Florida Citizens Alliance. My life and work experiences have given me an in-depth understanding of education and its effect on our students, economy, and country. My focus as an educator is connecting the dots. My business experiences in marketing brought me to multiple industries like telecommunication, insurance, real estate, mortgages, financial, fashion, Wall Street, Main Street. Here I learned that everything is connected. Nothing is random. Everything has a plan. All plans are based on lies. I believe that applying the knowledge is power. You can be a champion or a victim; you can’t be both. Ask yourself: Is America worth saving? If yes, then what will you help save the republic? Doing nothing is affirmation.


Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
In this episode, we’re focusing on Fluoric Acid, a homeopathic remedy often used for skin conditions, hair issues, and varicose veins.
Let’s explore the various applications of Fluoric Acid, especially in these specific health scenarios.

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Hour 2

If He Were Alive Today, Socrates Would be Banned Socrates is considered the “father of Western philosophy” and one of the most influential human beings who ever lived. Among other goals, the study of philosophy seeks to pursue the truth and, by so doing, make it possible for humans to live more meaningful and important lives which might better mankind by advancing knowledge. To facilitate this search for knowledge and the truth, Socrates popularized what became known as the “Socratic Method.” According to Socrates, by simply asking provocative questions, citizens could better discern key truths and answer important questions. The “Scientific Method” – wherein scientists question an alleged scientific “fact” – is one of the more important progenies of the Socratic Method.

Special Guest – Bobby Russell

Bobby Russell received HIV treatments for almost eight years before receiving a shocking diagnosis: He never actually had the virus that causes AIDS. Now the 43-year-old Lexington man is suing the doctors and others at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, the UK-affiliated Bluegrass Care Clinic, and the Fayette County Health Department for medical malpractice. Russell, 43, claims the defendants were negligent in misdiagnosing him and negligent in failing to order the appropriate tests for HIV.

The lawsuit filed in Fayette Circuit Court in August says Russell spent eight years believing he had HIV after he was incorrectly diagnosed in 2004. The diagnosis came after a visit to the UK Medical Center emergency room, where Russell was treated for profuse bleeding from the colon. (An earlier routine test at the health department had come back negative for HIV.) Russell learned he never had the virus after a new test was done at Bluegrass Care Clinic in August 2012. In between, Russell focused on treatment and “an extensive medication regimen” because “he was afraid he was going to die,” the lawsuit says. Jonathan C. Dailey, the Washington D.C. lawyer who represents Russell, said no one ever conducted a full spectrum of tests for HIV.


Lexington man’s lawsuit says doctors misdiagnosed, treated him for HIV Bobby Russell received HIV treatments for almost eight years before receiving a shocking diagnosis: He never actually had the virus that causes AIDS. Now the 43-year-old Lexington man is suing the doctors and others at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, the UK-affiliated Bluegrass Care Clinic, and the Fayette County Health Department for medical malpractice. Russell, 43, claims the defendants were negligent in misdiagnosing him and negligent in failing to order the appropriate tests for HIV. “I feel like I was sentenced to a crime I wasn’t guilty of,” Russell said in an interview. “I have intentionally put distance between my family and my friends because I thought I was dying, and I didn’t want my family to see me dying. I didn’t want my nieces and nephews see me deteriorating. I thought I was dying “Emotionally, mentally, it destroyed me. It just destroyed me,” Russell said. “In 2009, when things got really bad for me, suicide was a strong option for me.”

Community effort helps homeless Lexington veteran find a home Bobby Russell says he hit rock bottom when he became homeless. Now, thanks to the kindness of others, the veteran says he’s found a new start. “I started getting really bad financially troubled,” said Russell. “I was paying for my insurance premiums. I struggled, and eventually I lost my home, and I had to end up sleeping in my car being homeless.” Russell never thought he would end up living on the streets. “My doctor, when he questioned me, he said, Bobby, you’re down to 120 pounds. What’s wrong? And I said, I really hate to admit this. I can not afford to take care of myself,” said Russell. “He said go to go to Grace.” That advice led Bobby to Grace Baptist Church. “I received a call one day. It was Bobby Russell,” said Grace Baptist Church Pastor Steve Price. “He was asking if we could help him with food. It was the day before our Feed the Hungry program. I said sure. Come on over tomorrow. You’ll get tons of food.” “They provided food for me, clothing if I needed it,” said Russell. Bobby began attending church at Grace Baptist Church.


Question of The Day!

Hi RSB, my 83 yo mom has chronic IBS and high blood pressure. Her gut has gotten worse. I’ve tried suggestions and bought her things here and there to try, but she gives up too easy. She has opened up to suggestions again and I wondered if you can suggest the best things to start with for gut healing. I’ve got a lot of info I’m aware of but looking for the best start.
Thank you, Diana

Why Is This ‘Erin Brockovich’ Chemical Still Unregulated?: Nearly two decades after California lawmakers passed a law to set a legal limit for the cancer-causing chemical chromium-6 in tap water, the state has yet to finalize this regulation. This delay leaves millions of Californians at increased risk of cancer, as the proposed standard by the state’s Water Resources Control Board is considered insufficiently protective. Despite the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognizing chromium-6 as a likely human carcinogen, there is still no federal standard in place. The situation exemplifies the significant challenges in regulating hazardous industrial chemicals in the U.S., often compounded by interference from polluting industries and a protracted regulatory process. This ongoing issue underscores the complexities and obstacles in ensuring safe drinking water and safeguarding public health against industrial contaminants.




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