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AP: US military explosives vanish, emerge in civilian world
"Military military explosives explosives have have banished banished and and have have shown shown up up in in the the civilian civilian world world demolition demolition trainer trainer sergeant sergeant Travis Travis Blosser Blosser started started collecting collecting leftover leftover explosives explosives in in twenty twenty sixteen sixteen fearing fearing Hillary Hillary Clinton Clinton would would beat beat Donald Donald Trump Trump you you know know crazy crazy the the world world is is out out there there so so it's it's like like well well you you know know I've I've also also got got that that just just in in case case if if you you know know the the world world does does start start coming coming to to an an end end or or anything anything crazy crazy like like that that that that I I can can protect protect me me and and my my family family any any B. B. investigation investigation found found possibly possibly thousands thousands of of armor armor piercing piercing grenades grenades hundreds hundreds of of pounds pounds of of plastic plastic explosives explosives as as well well as as land land mines mines and and rockets rockets have have been been stolen stolen from from or or lost lost by by the the armed armed forces forces over over the the past past decade decade in in Mississippi Mississippi Chris Chris Smith Smith was was very very close close when when an an artillery artillery shell shell exploded exploded at at a a recycling recycling yard yard okay okay member member Bob Bob flus flus heard heard explosion explosion while while slime slime or or or or or or what what Smith Smith says says the the military military needs needs to to make make this this a a priority priority I I was was anticipating anticipating liars liars man man for for no no reason reason at at all all military military officials officials the the thieves thieves in in the the ranks ranks are are a a small small minority minority I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Democrats Know They're Going to Lose Elections, but Still Play the Long Game
"Every single thing that the left is doing it's a very it's all planned out Bernie Sanders and AOC and these other people in Congress they really believe that the ultimate goal here is transformational change of our country And they don't just mean by having Democrats elected Like it's not the goal here It's really not I know it sounds like it is but it isn't In fact they would rather lose than have moderate Democrats I use quotes around the word moderate They're not moderates but they've moderate districts that have them win in control things You think I'm kidding They believe this is a long game for them They do Long game they have plenty of time Change is hard change shakes time It's not about winning It's not about power It's about change It's about control and change If they wanted to just be in power then they would just shift whichever way the wind was shifting on things But they're not doing that You realize now they know they're going to lose in midterm elections They're not changing anything They're going full war Sensible rational people We look at the results of the election the last election we had They look at the school board elections Moms and dads coming out Speaking out saying I don't want this critical race theory I don't want you shutting down schools I'm tired of masks I'm tired of vaccine mandates They would look at what voters said in Virginia They'd look at what voters said in New Jersey They look at my man Ed durn south Jersey beating a Democrat who nobody thought could be beaten They would see what happened there and they would readjust I mean for everything you can say about the guy Bill Clinton and Democrats of the mid 90s were smart enough to realize if we don't if we don't change here we're gonna get decimated so they did They played ball with new gingrich They balanced the budget They went with this These Democrats aren't changing anything They're going full it They're actually they want to spend more money than they did the day before the election You know why Because they know they're going to
George Stephanopoulos Pretends He's Unbias yet Spent a Career Advising Democrats
"An ABC News George Stephanopoulos who I call the unbiased journalist George of Annapolis used to be Bill Clinton's campaign chief communications guy in The White House For two terms ran his campaign I mean he and James carville got Bill Clinton elected Now James carville doesn't pretend like he's a journalist He's out there as a rabid Democrat but with stephanopoulos does every Sunday when he hosts the ABC this week and when he's on Good Morning America as he pretends he's the chief political guy and he pretends like he's impartial He spent his entire career before getting to the media advising Democrats This is what I mean I could never do that Even though I've been advising Republicans my entire career And I'm a conservative talk radio host In order for me to get a job like that If they were to call me if you only want you to host meet the press Oh my God what an honor Absolutely What do I have to do Well you have to do the following Denounce Trump denounce every Republican then genuflect in front of the Democrat altar and declare yourself completely independent But they don't make Democrats do that When they give them shows they just go here Now you're a host Oh okay Well thank you That's so nice of you Thank you so
Balkan neighbors mourn victims of bus fire in Bulgaria
"Bill Clinton neighbors are mourning victims of a bus fire in bulk area well Gary and and north Macedonia the gun P. roots of national mourning in honor of the victims off the bus crash that killed forty five people and injured six others the accident occurred on Tuesday while the bus was traveling through Bulgaria carrying tourists to neighboring north Macedonia the the exact cause of the crash has not yet to be determined the bus apparently ripped through a guard rail on the highway to be quickly engulfed in flames and then burned out completely a dozen children were among the dead I'm
"clinton" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Tim Clinton the book is take it back. Little bit of same love. Well done like in this rain to a paper this will go wild hey the folks, we're talking about masculinity, fatherhood, biblical manhood, I'm talking to my friend doctor Tim Clinton, the book is take it back. You've got a lot of stories in here. What is in here about George Foreman? I just love George Foreman. Well, you know, foreman was the heavyweight champion of the world, and then lost the title in his late 40s Eric. He makes a decision. He's going to make a comeback. That is going to take it back. And you know the story. He takes it back. It's one of the most stunning stories in sports history. And you love foreman. You know that? It's just a beautiful, beautiful story. We open up with that because again, a word of hope and encouragement. Eric, we've got to get beyond the shaming, the silencing, the stigmatizing of people. It's happening to men in particular in our culture. We got to rise above this. We got to push back. We've got to fight back like never before. Because let me share a little scene that I think encapsulate our entire discussion. Little leg are standing in center field, waiting for the next ball to be hit his way. Sure enough, a mind drive comes out to this little leaguer standing in center field. Eric, it's like he was days. Didn't see the ball coming. Misses the ball, finally gets the ball throws it back in and then he runs in after the inning's over and the dog got coach comes up to him and says, hey, bud. What happened out there? Red faced this little guy looks up at the coach and says this coach. I was looking in the stands for my dad. He promised he'd be here. Promise me he'd be here. Young or old, male or female. We all look in the stands, for our dad, and consider his influence. His input in our life, one of the most important gifts that God can give to us. God help us as dads to be in the stands and to give that gift of love and grace and to model and emulate Christ and God help us to step up and fight like we've never before. For that to continue and perpetuate from generation, the generation that generation. Why? Because it matters. More now than ever. There is nothing more important than this. And I just want to say to all the guys out there, Jesus is your answer. We don't have a lot of time so I got to cut to the chase. A lot of people don't realize that, and they really have misunderstood, you know, the Bible and faith and whether they maybe got some messed up feminized version of it. But when you read about the heroes of the Bible, I know they're in the book, take it back. But I mean, these are manly men. And they're warriors, many of them. And I just think that kind of faith is a lot of people have missed that. And when you bump into that, you know, promise keepers is a good example. I mentioned some pastures that you suddenly realized, yeah, this is what I'm looking for. This is, you know, my heart. And when you say, what about people who've blown it? I mean, honestly, that's the whole point of the Bible. God says, yes, you will blow it. You have blown it. Okay, now, come to me. And I will work with you. And now you're going to see what you can do with me. And, you know, your father could be dead. You could be, I mean, God always gives you a second chance. Don't get into, yeah, but yeah, but there's no yeah, but God has a plan. I just want to speak hope because so many people have some reason. They're clinging to they can't work because of this. I'm just telling you, you have no idea what God all things are possible. That's not a cliche. That is true. We're talking about miraculous stuff. I've seen it in my life, otherwise I wouldn't be yapping about it. I know this is true. Tim, if people want to find you, obviously, you're the author of the book take it back, but if people just want to find you, where can they find you online? Tim Clinton dot com. Or they can learn more. Clinton books dot com. Either one of them and the American association of Christian counselors. Tim Clinton dot com that's pretty easy. Tim Clinton dot com co hosting doctor James Dobson's family talk. My friend, Tim Clinton, thank you. Congratulations on the book. Take it back. God bless you..
Dr. Tim Clinton: 'God Is Constantly Reaching Toward Us'
"My friend doctor Kim Clinton, the book is take it back, reclaiming biblical manhood for the sake of marriage family and culture. You have stories in this book about people like George foreman, I love George Foreman. I want to get him on this program. I just want to talk to that guy. Tell me about him, but maybe before you tell me about him. Tell me what you just told me in the break about what about men who have blown it, who have messed up. Yeah, Eric, one of the things that I see a lot and have conversations with men around is Tim. I made some mistakes in my life. I haven't been a good dad. I've not handled my marriage all that well. I struggle in my relationship with God. And I don't know what it means. I can do things. I want to and they're given a little bit more what we would call as religion versus a relationship with God because Tim if God really knows me the way you say he knows me, there's no way you could love me. Because they look inside and they see the brokenness. You know that? And Eric, here's the central message of the book. And that is, is that God is constantly reaching toward us. He desires us. His heart is there. And he wants us and he beckons us to come to him. Just like we want our kids to come to us when they're broken. When they're struggling, when they're lost, when they're confused, I want my kids running to my lap. And God can handle our emotion. He can handle the brokenness of our lives. He just simply wants us to come
Dr. Tim Clinton on the Myth of 'Toxic Masculinity'
"My friend doctor Tim Clinton, he's the president of the American association of Christian counselors. He's also the co host with doctor James Dobson of family talk. The new book is called take it back, reclaiming biblical manhood for the sake of marriage family and culture. So Tim, we hear a lot in this day and age. We hear a lot about a lot of dumb stuff, but at the top of the list for me is this issue of toxic masculinity. It's kind of like talking about violent masculinity or whatever you're like, yeah. When masculinity goes bad, that's bad. We get it. But the idea that masculinity is somehow inherently dangerous or whatever you think, well, you know, that's like saying every cop with a gun is a potential murderer. So let's take the guns away from them. Their whole job is to protect the innocent and when they don't do that if they do the wrong thing, we prosecute them. So we're all on the same page, but people seem to be pushing this idea as though manhood is somehow inherently toxic. And we would say it's exactly the opposite. But why is that idea so widespread? You know, it's the logic's insane Eric, but even the American psychological association came out and basically broad brushed that statement saying that men were toxic. Eric, it's not that men are toxic. It's not that masculinity is toxic. It's that there's toxic behavior. There are men who make bad decisions. Have men blown it? Have you ever been on the receiving end of somebody's anger? Of their horrific stuff. You know, in a counseling world I live in. I see it every day. But Eric, that doesn't mean men are masculinity as toxic. We own our behavior, masculinity, God created this uniquely. We go back to our earlier discussion about being protected and providers the walls and so much more. Why they want to take it out again. It's the narrative. Because if you can neutralize men, if you can get them to shut down, if you can get them to, hey, what did throw say? The massive men lived quiet lives of desperation. If you can get them lost, if you can take them out of the fight, what the editing, all that's necessary for evil to try them in the midst of this war that we're in is for good men and women to do what? Nothing.
'Take It Back' Author Tim Clinton on the Beatdown of Men in Our Culture
"Tell us Tim, doctor Tim Clinton, take it back, reclaiming biblical manhood. What's it about? Eric you know there's been such a beatdown on men in culture. I mean, basically, men are seen as buffoons, idiots, disengaged fathers, horrible husbands, porn addicts, you name it. I gotta tell you, that is something that I've noticed for a long time. So let's talk about why is that? Why is that? Spiritually, I mean, I think I have an answer, but do you have an answer? Because we all see it. We've seen it most of our lives. What is that? You know, Eric, I think if you can take men out of the equation, you can run a pretty unique agenda. Men I see men as protectors as providers as the walls. And then are supposed to bring boundaries to life, Eric? They're supposed to step up and into the moment. And God made it that way. But if you can take men out, boy, you can pretty much do anything you want. That's what I think is going on. I totally
Gregg Jarrett on Adam Schiff's Disgraceful Legacy
"Greg Gerry, you sent me a piece on Friday entitled Adam Schiff's disgraceful legacy. Right there, we heard him say the following. Anyone who lied to Christopher Steele. Or the FBI should be prosecuted. What about chairman of the intelligence committee of the House of Representatives who lied to America for four years about their having seen the quote incontrovertible evidence of Russian collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow? There are a lot of liars associated with the great Russia hoax and the ensuing witch hunt. Hillary Clinton, Christopher Steele, Igor steel source, I'd add James Comey to the list. But in my book, I wrote in the column, the most remorseless liar of all the flagrant huckster of hysteria over the Russia hoax is none other than Adam Schiff. Which Sean Hannity loves to call shifty shift. I mean, he is the most mendacious of them all. I mean, he is the top of the party not in terms of who lied the most and most often for four years. That's right. You know, he'd walk a mile for a camera shift did hundreds and hundreds of interviews with the stock up media. They didn't know a damn thing because they didn't bother to actually investigate any of the allegations or try to corroborate any of the dossier they simply took it as gospel as if it were scripture from Moses. You know, and so they are winning accessories the media. But they were played for fools. They were winning dupes. And at the hands of people, like Adam Schiff, who kept insisting over and over again, week after week year after year for years that he had in convertible evidence that Trump was a Russian asset who plotted with Putin in the bowels of the Kremlin to steal the 2016 election he said he had concrete evidence, absolute evidence, he'd seen it with his own eyes. We're just on the verge of the big reveal and he promised again and again, he was going to reveal it, but oh, you know, it's classified information right
'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Tells Us What to Expect From Her Latest Book
"The book we're talking to Molly Hemingway author of rigged How the media big tech in our Democrats seized our elections What can we expect in the book Things will learn in there because I think we're all suspicious Molly and it's the most American thing we can do is to ask questions I mean we had an unprecedented at least in modern times pandemic and election with millions of mail in ballots with counties that had very little experience with mass mail in ballots Florida has a lot of experience with that Therefore their election went off pretty well So what can we expect to find in the book Because a lot of people are still really concerned about this given 2022 being right around the corner So I tell a lot of stories detailed substantiated stories mostly focusing on Georgia Wisconsin and Pennsylvania But at heart it really deals with two big issues And the first one which kind of blew me away was the role that Mark Elias played in corrupting our elections I had been following Marc Elias because he was the guy who created the Russia collusion hoax in 2016 He was Hillary Clinton's general counsel He's the one who paid the people to make up the Russia story So I'd already been calling him I couldn't believe what a big role he played in corrupting our 2020 elections by enacting hundreds of changes of important election integrity laws flooding the zone with the mail in ballots We had such a more than threefold increase in the number of mail in ballots And it was just like you said done very sloppily And then the other thing was that I had been led to believe that when Mark Zuckerberg put $419 million of his money into the election system that this was like bipartisan help for COVID relief It wasn't That was a lie It was an overtaking of governmental election offices which are supposed to be preserved from partisan politics to run the democratic get out the vote operation and they focused on blue cities and counties in swing states Philadelphia to turn Pennsylvania and the cities in Wisconsin to turn Wisconsin Atlanta to turn Georgia and it was plotted out very savvy completely wrong I mean they just brought in an army of left wingers to run democratic operations in inside our governmental election offices And it was really effective
Why Mollie Hemingway Wrote 'Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections'
"This story of how the media unnecessarily divides us I think is the biggest story of our time Really I don't think that the country 30 40% of the country are genuinely dumb people I don't think that so you have to ask yourself why do they believe the things they believe And the answer is because they're told it often and isolated from the truth That's why Someone who doesn't lie to you and tells you the truth is a Molly Hemingway senior editor at the federalist who has a terrific book out rigged how the media big tech in our Democrats seized our elections And might I add everything else to Molly Welcome to the show Thanks for joining us It's great to be here with you Molly you are a genuine media professional You know how it works You called at the last second which I love because I do the same thing You've done so much media You know they say call it one It really means one O 5 with 30 seconds And I like the way you optimize your time Very strategic and I got to say right Jim she cut it right up to the end That super impressed you one of the best Your book rigged how the beauty of big tech and the Democrats seized their elections It's been flying off the shelves It's a big issue And the media narratives about the election Molly are crazy I mean when you ask commonsense questions like hey what happened in Pennsylvania With the last minute unconstitutional changes to election law all of a sudden we're conspiracy theorists and crazies even though Hillary Clinton still thinks she won the 2016 election Your thoughts Exactly Exactly That's why I wrote it I was appalled how after the election even though we all experienced it as the weirdest election of our lifetimes with all the changes to the rules and the processes and the mail in ballots and the Zuckerberg funding and everything you weren't allowed to notice it or say anything And that just struck me as deeply suspicious And so I knew I wanted to look into it and figure out what actually had happened And I'm really glad
Paul Begala and Jake Tapper Know Nothing About the Republican Party
"Then there is Paul bagala Russia used to calm the forehead Because you have to admit is face and head are quite distorted But it's between his ears that are problematic I think Low IQ Heavy on the wet sponge Nonetheless he's on with fake tapper fake tapper Who hates Donald Trump Should recuse himself but he won't And the Republicans who quote unquote support him And so he asks phony questions He makes statements and puts question marks at the end of them To an objective analysis Her excuse me an objective analyst Paul begala Cut 5 go So Paul a former president Trump just teased a 2024 run to Fox saying quote I think a lot of people will be very happy with his decision How does this affect the Republican Party All right stop What a question How profound very piercing How does this affect the Republican Party Paul begala He sleaze ball for the clintons How does it affect the election for the Republican Party How come nobody ever asked me How does this affect the Democrats and the election for the Democrats Wow let's go to Paul pagala for an answer A real analyst go ahead I think he's going to run and that's not just me from the outside Sure Talk to people close to Trump They say it's close to a 100% certainty that he's going to run That's going to chill I think any other many other Republicans from getting in the race and it's going to further solidify what was once a great political parties now which has become a political death cult of personality around Donald Trump Really Really You slobbering all over Bill Clinton You slobbering all over Hillary Clinton a death cult
'Green Fraud' Author Marc Morano Describes the Hypocrisy of These Climate Summits
"We have with us a returning to America first. The man who educated me on the climate hoax. He is the founder of the climate depot, the author of the politically incorrect guy to climate change and more recently, the green fraud, why the Green New Deal? I prefer green new steel is even worse than you think Mark morano. Welcome to one on one. Thank you so much. Happy to be here today. So where have you just got back from? Did you just get back from what is ObamaCare, Scotland, completely fallaciously, the emerald isle? Where have you been Mark? I have been in the emerald well actually, I think that's Ireland. I've been in Scotland and I did not get to go. I was there for all last week. I did not get to go in one of these private jets like Jeff Bezos or Bill Gates or Al Gore, who were all at the conference as well. I had to fly commercial, but I was there all last week at this Glasgow summit and it was a doozy because I think even the longtime observers are saying, this is as Greta would say, a blah, blah, blah, summit. Not much has happened here except a lot of virtue signaling. So what is this? They're using this acronym cop. I didn't realize it's now running for multiple weeks. Well, what is this? What is this virtue signaling stand for and who, who is their Mark? Well, this is the United Nations climate summit. Cop stands for conference of parties. Bureaucratic language that they have every year. So next year's cup 27. This year's cop 25. And this whole process started in 1992 with the Rio earth summit that then Republican president George H. W. Bush signed and got us beholden to this big monster mess and then of course the first climate agreement they came up with was the Kyoto protocol when Clinton was president. And it's been going strong since then, annual basis. And they always pick exotic location. Scotland's probably the least exotic location that they've had it. I've been the Bali South America cancun all over the world. Next year is going to be in Egypt. They like to fly all over and have giant
Cheney, Pelosi Want to Distract Americans From Their Initial Conspiracy Against Trump
"It's all coming together a little too late Will Liz Cheney working on behalf of Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats what they're trying to do Is now distract the American people from this unbelievable effort that was undertaken Using the institutions in the federal government By the Obama administration colluding with the Hillary Clinton campaign washing money through this Perkins coy law firm the bagman essentially being Mark Elias the same guy involved in these various elections with dark money supporting him And this is really quite remarkable In the man now who is providing Joe Biden with advice on national security Jake Solomon was up to his eyeballs in it As were most of these people quite frankly A complete fraud A criminal investigation congressional hearings dayne and day at a tax on Donald Trump when the whole thing Was this dirty trick This dirty trick To destroy the confidence of the American people in the newly elected president and in their system And they dare to attack Donald Trump for his tweets for his pushback and even over January 6th we had no direct role in anything
'The View' Co-Host Morgan Ortagus Clashes With Adam Schiff Over Discredited Dossier
"So I guess Adam Schiff thought he was on the view and it was a safe space for him or whatever it is was he being micro aggressive or what But Morgan ortegas was having none of it So she asked him about his constant promotion of the dossier I want you to keep in mind as you're listening to this Keep this clearly in mind That Adam Schiff and I am quoting him directly please go to the Internet and double check me Always Double check everything I tell you Adam Schiff had said repeatedly that there was smoking gun evidence that Trump had colluded with the Russians We now know that whatever Adam's shift said was evidence was in fact nonsense created by the Clinton campaign And notice how he doesn't apologize I want you to notice here he throws out another debunk conspiracy theory that Paul Manafort was dealing with a Russian intelligence agent Constantine kilimnik That's who he's talking about in this cut Constant the kilimnik was in fact a source for the Obama administration too So if Paul Manafort was dealing with some Russian spy then we have a damage assessment to do about the Biden Obama Biden administration which had trusted this guy This is a great clip Did you cut it into two No the whole thing Okay all right play that cut And let's not forget what we learned in that investigation We learned that the Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was giving internal polling data campaign polling data to Russian intelligence while Russian intelligence was helping the Trump to be clear if he was fired halfway through the campaign Well he may have been fired Yeah But the effort to get Russian help continued and even beyond the effort to get Russian help But you made president information yourself for years by promoting this I think that's what Republicans and what people who entrusted you as they Intel committee chair are so confused about your culpability in all of this Well I completely disagree with your premise It's one thing to say allegations should be investigated and they work It's another to say that we should have foreseen an advance that some people were lying to Christopher Steele which is impossible of course to do But let's not use that as a smokescreen to somehow shield Donald Trump's culpability for inviting Russia to help him in the election which they did for trying to course Ukraine into helping him in the next election Which he did into inciting an erection insurrection which he did None of that is undercut None of that serious misconduct is in any way diminished by the fact that people lie to Christopher Steele No I think just your credibility is Did he say Donald Trump was inciting an erection You would like to say that on the radio Yeah I thought I heard that right Adam get your head out of the gutter Get your head out of the gutter you slob Disgusting Adam Schiff it's gross Talk like that on the radio But notice how he continues to parrot fairytales that no one could have possibly known Christopher Steele was lying Really Because the FBI as of January of 2017 when they interviewed Christopher Steele determined that Christopher Steele was in fact
Igor Danchenko, Analyst Who Worked With Christopher Steele on Trump Dossier, Charged in Durham Probe
"Well, perhaps the biggest news of the day is the actual arrest, not a subpoena not an indictment, the arrest by John Durham's special counsel of the key individual behind the so called Steele dossier, nobody, none better to analyze it than the legal and political analyst for Fox News. The author of the Russia hoax and witch hunt host of the brief podcast, Greg Jarrett, welcome back to America first. Hey, Sebastian, always creepy in with you. So tell us first, let's start at the beginning. Who is Igor danchenko? Well, he's the fabulist behind the discredited anti Trump CA. And he's indicted in charge with lying to the FBI not once. But 5 times on 5 different occasions way back in the infancy of president Trump's term back in 2017. The FBI knew that the dossier was phony. They knew that Christopher Steele was not credible who composed the dossier. They'd fired him for lying. And yet they used the dossier and then chanko is a pre-tax continue their probe of Donald Trump. And July, the 5 succor to continue the spy and it's really pretty stunning, then Czech who was not some mysterious Russian agent operating in the bowels of the Kremlin is Christopher Steele, the ex British spy led everyone to believe. No, the guys are researcher at a liberal think tank the brookings institution in Washington D.C. that at the time was run by a long time friend and ally as Hillary Clinton G what a coincidence. It was Clinton in her confederates who invented the Russia House, framed her opponent and disseminated the information and then chanko was key to it and it turns out not only when he was interviewed by the FBI did he debunk the whole thing, but in the process he lied about who his real sources were. Now we don't know through the indictment yet who those real sources were. I wouldn't be surprised if they were people closely connected to Hillary
'The Dying Citizen' Author Victor Davis Hanson Explains Why He Parted Ways With 'The National Review'
"Is it true professor Hansen that you no longer write for the national review, something I was hoping you would decide to do for the last few months? You know, that's a very strange thing. I actually left on January 1 of almost a year ago, but I write a syndicated column that they picked up and so until a few weeks ago, months ago, it was almost people would say to me, why are you writing when you left your big column? I wrote to a week. And I said, I can't control the number of people who want to subscribe to the column. But finally, I think we worked out a thing where they're not subscribing for I'm not writing it. I mean, they're not picking up anything right. And we're not associated anymore. I think this is a fascinating thing we have to dwell on for a moment because this isn't Buckley's national review. Could you talk to us about what they got wrong and why you're not sad not to be published by them? What happened to this? This absolute pillar of conservative thought. I don't know. I have a lot of close friends there, then I was there 20 years and I owe a debt of gratitude in many ways, but I had warned them and they disagreed about it that 90% of their own agendas were championed by Donald Trump. And their argument that he was so crude and uncouth, I asked for empirical proof that tell me about the private live or the office, White House lie out life of LBJ or JFK or Bill Clinton to show me that Trump was cruder. And so I didn't get an adequate answer, and then there were the Covington kids things, the access Hollywood stuff that and lately, Trump is a monkey in a helicopter or Rush Limbaugh was after he died. There was a column about. So we disagreed. But my biggest disagreement was, I said that after the election was over, that Biden would be so bad and so predictably bad that they would be in a situation where they would end up as some other fiercest critics which would beg the question well if you agree so bad, and there was a way to stop him being so bad. Why didn't the magazine take that option? And I couldn't get an adequate response
The Origin of Christopher Steele's Lies Comes From Clinton Campaign
"Took years two more years on top of that for the Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz to expose that mister Steele had relied in a Russian source who said he never expected mister Steele to present his info as facts since most of it was hearsay Now derms indictment says that this source this guy danchenko obtained material from a longtime democratic operative who was active in the 2016 Clinton campaign In other words the Clinton campaign passed it off to this Russian guy the Russian guy passed it off to Christopher Steele and then Christopher Steele put it in the dossier and then the FBI used that information to then go after Carter page and other people within the Trump campaign And tell everybody that Trump was a Russian puppet A Russian steward you see That's the Democrats ran on And they knew it the whole time They knew what they lied They lied to everybody about this Hillary Clinton's campaign lied And there were so many people in the government that were more than willing to go along with this You know they were just happy to go along with this They didn't even stop Trump No matter
What Can We Expect Next From the Durham Investigation?
"What can we expect from this point forward? So is Durham wrapping up his investigation? There's still some skeptics out there, cash. There's still some cynics. Hey look, there'll be a couple process crimes, but don't hold your breath. You're not going to get a Comey. You're not going to get a struck. You're not going to get a page. You're not going to get him a cave. You're not going to get anyone from the senior level of the Clinton campaign. What do you think? Look, I've run these massive conspiracy, massive national security cases, and they take two. I spent two three four years on some cases. John Barnes in his second year. And he's working against literally everyone in government because Merrick Garland's Department of Justice doesn't want to prosecute this. And the Chris ray and the FBI don't want to. So I don't think you issue 40 page indictments for process crimes and tell the world what you're working on if you're just going to stop. That's my opinion. And remember to your audience, an indictment is the only way a prosecutor can tell the world what they're doing because they're not allowed to disclose their evidence. So John Durham has taken the time to methodically issue indictments totaling over a 101 hundred pages now for three people. That's it. And he's identified 15 individuals like the Clinton operative in the matter like Fiona hill like Michael sussman and the like, and I think that's why he's building a larger conspiracy. Now, look, I'm not married to this pipe dream that we're going to get Comey. I wish we could, but I unfortunately just don't think we have the Jews to do it. I do think we have a shot at Andy mccabe and that's probably why the likes of Peter strzok are out in the media now, parading around. Just like Christopher Steele did, parading around his false credibility, now Peter strzok's turn. And that should tell you something that may be something else that's coming down the
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
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"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"Now i could go on and on but it's not like doctors were prescribing. These drugs for kids because they were but they never been tested on kids. Then you know. We began slowly to try to get the government to require the pharmaceutical industry. To do this. And i at the announcement of this there was a white ceremony back in nineteen ninety seven. I talked about my friend. Elizabeth glaser and what she had gone through. She eventually died from aids. Did her daughter ariel they hadn't prescribed adt even though elizabeth was taking it for her hiv aids. The doctor told elizabeth they couldn't prescribe. Azt for her daughter. Because they didn't know what dosage to give children so this had like real world effects on specific kids. I'm curious given that you've spent so much of your career and even your life focused on trying to help protect and promote the rights of children are there other areas in public health. Broadly where you don't think we've paid enough attention tickets. Well i still. It's the case that poor children children of color children isolated geographic areas. You know they're just not having opportunity to access quality affordable.
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"She became an eloquent determined advocate. And in one thousand nine hundred. And i think it goes back to nineteen ninety-seven congress tried to incentivize to start testing and try to figure out accurate doses of medicine for kids and in two thousand two the best pharmaceuticals for children act was passed but with an expiration date of two thousand seven and then when two thousand seven rolled around i introduced legislation called the pediatric research equity act. Because what we kept saying is that children are not just little adults. You don't say okay. The average adult who weighs like one hundred and fifty two hundred pounds. Here's the dose for them so okay so. The kid weighs thirty pounds. So let's just cut it that no that is not that is not appropriate science. That doesn't make any sense. You had to do specific testing so that pediatricians had more confidence about what were the appropriate doses and this has been a very long long struggle. We have made a lot of progress. I would argue. We're still not where we need to be in making sure that kids are included but the same was true for women chelsea. I mean it wasn't literally until the nineteen eighty s that it became clear that the nih the premier research institute on health in our country often was not testing drugs on women and my former colleague and good friend. Barbara mcculskey the former senator from maryland. She has led a huge effort to try to require our own government to test drugs for literally breast cancer on women and not just on men because we still have a lot of drugs that were guessing at when it comes to what the appropriate dosage for kids should be. Tacoma am curious now. Why did they take so long. Like what was the resistance at the time was just kind of a disinterest in kids was it not a sufficient understanding. That kids aren't actually many adults. Why did it take so long. And what did you still have pushed through to even achieve what you others. Thankfully rebelled achieve in that. Obviously president bush signed and helped move us forward. I think you have to go way way back. I think the model for medicine has been a white man that has been the centerpiece of medical discovery experimentation modeling for centuries and it was. I thought that you couldn't really have a reliable testing on women because women got pregnant and women had periods and women's hormones were different and literally. That was the response when people like barbara mcculskey started saying. How can you be researching breast cancer and you have no women in your clinical research pool and there are all kinds of excuses. Some of them frankly rooted in blindness. I would say more than indifference. It was just to kind of this is the way we've always done it. We then don't have to take into account these variables. Were trying to figure out something. That's complicated enough. So the first effort had to be to get women included in clinical trials for all kinds of treatments so that slowly in the nineties. It became obvious like if women had been left out. What about kids because you know doctors were prescribing. Lots of medicine for children. I was looking up something that i had seen back in the day when your dad ordered the beginning effort to try to test for drugs and figure out proper doses that this was back in nineteen ninety seven and at the clinton administration's direction the fda compiled a list of the ten most widely prescribed drugs for children but not.
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"You might know my mom. Hillary clinton as a presidential candidate secretary of state. And you senator but one thing you might not know is that she worked hard to change laws and regulations so that we'd have better guidelines around the right dosage of medicine for kids. I was so excited to have the chance to talk with her about this. And her lifelong efforts to include children are public health and policy. Make hi mom. Thank you doing this. Oh i am happy to do this chelsea. I know. I'm your daughter. And i've watched you over a few decades now that you've always been focused on trying to ensure that kids are included are given an equal rights equal dignity and and not forgotten. And so i just want to start with. When did you realize that kids were being left out. Left out of insurance doubt of kind of new drug therapy trials. When did you realize that kids were largely just absent. Well i think. I had some idea about the inequity in healthcare. Going back to my time at the yale child study center and then working for the children's defense fund so i was aware that children were often unable to access or easily. Get or afford the kind of care that i thought they should have. But i didn't really focus on that or immerse myself in what it until i was working. I in arkansas. On behalf of your dad's governorship. We were looking at how to expand health. Care to more people in arkansas. And i realized the paucity appear attrition. And the paucity of obgyn practitioners the total lack of you know midwives in many parts of arkansas particularly eastern arkansas which was predominantly black and in most places quite poor so i moved from knowing that kids and their families had problems accessing and affording care to seeing how the medical system itself wasn't really providing the opportunity even if you had resources in many geographic areas to get health care and i took on the mission of building up and improving the arkansas children's hospital because it was tertiary care facility but it treated everybody and it was able to take care of kids even if they had to be driven or or helicoptered some distance so i was aware of all of that from my advocacy work and my work in arkansas. Then when i began working on healthcare reform in ninety three after bill became president i really saw how disparate the care was just end with one story because it was so indicative and chilling to me. I was in cleveland at the children's hospital. They're doing a listening listening session with parents of kids with preexisting conditions and i was talking to a group of parents and i'll never forget a father saying to me that he said look. I own my own company. I do very well financially. But i cannot ensure my two daughters who have cerebral palsy and can't find insurance at any cost is i'll tell you the last time.
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"You may want to do something about this. You what advice would you have for someone for whom this would be personal or for someone for whom this just feel so wrong and inequities especially now like here in twenty twenty one. One thing is being super aggressive about advocating for yourself and getting as much information as you can including if it's a particular drug that's being tested. Try to find out on your own. What we know about the strugg- can actually find stuff fairly easily and really. Don't be afraid to question what you're being told. I think i think some really great campaign ideas are thinking about thinking about some of the drugs that women you commonly used that had not women in the trials and things as simple as like medicine for high blood pressure right. How much do we know really about about some of the side effects of that by gender but i think we could pick any treatment i i would be very surprised if i learned that most of the even though over the counter drugs had women and girls in the trials but i think really starting to highlight some of the side effects that nobody can tell us about. Maybe you're taking a migraine medication and you have some side effects that have to do with all of these hormones. that men don't have or have different ones right. I think really beginning to treat ourselves and our bodies and the symptoms. We have as serious and raising. Some of these questions would really help a lot. What advice would you have for someone who wanted to try to make the real structural chefs. I think probably you. And i believe still need to happen to ensure that women are real. Diversity of women are included in not only drug and therapeutic trials but also in the testing of toxic chemicals or for any and everything that might impact us. I feel like doing the work and actually leading women who are having symptoms who are need these treatments. Who don't know why they're having a certain symptom because the drug was tested on women. That's who we need leading these campaigns talking about their experiences. This is the catch twenty two. We're taught to feel ashamed of the things that happened to us. And there was something about talking to the clients at explaining that this is a A discriminatory law. That has put you in this situation. It's not because you're bad. It's not because we once had sex. It's not because women aren't supposed to get hiv. These are the things that women often feel like. I can't talk about what's happening to me. Because it will make me seem a certain way. In fact we all need to start owning and demanding that what happens to our body is actually a hugely important policy. Issue that it's not okay anymore. Ever to just test drugs on a certain segment of affected populations and use them for everybody. But i think that has to be led by as it was in the context of issue by women who are living the absurdity of this discrimination. But i also think it's a great fight. Because like i said when you look behind the curtain. There's nothing there terry. Thank you for being in the fight and for leading the fight for women everywhere. And thank you for your time. Today on. Twitter at terry m mcgovern. That's t. e. r. r. y. n. m. c. g. o. b. art and you can visit the department of population family health and global health justice and governance program pages at public health dot columbia dot e. d..
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"Feel that connection so imagine that with the patient and a provider when they can feel that connection and that patient is able to actually be freer to answer the questions to tell some of the social factors that may influence their ability to be able to get their medication or to adhere to the exercise regimen. Or even get to the doctor and so it is really really important that we have not just show in gender alignment but also cognitive diversity would mean by that. People lived experiences. How they bring that into the room with the patient to saw some of the complex problems tau do you help. Teach that at morehouse. And how do you think that aspect of medical education has really shifted from. When you were at harvard. Decades ago. I heard you say decades ago. I heard you say that sorry i was. I was like a while ago. And i was like dry. Did not be too specific. All right dr montgomery's it was decades ago and chelsea. My daughter just graduated from harvard. Medical school lasts you in twenty twenty so it was decades ago in. We are proud of. The fact is unfortunate that we are only the third black mother daughter cohort to graduate from harvard medical. So that tells you we have a long way to go right. So here's one of the things that we do at. Morehouse school the mess. And i just before getting on this podcast with you we just did orientation and welcome our large class of students who were forty students in number and chelsea. They're only three black men in that class. Wow because you know we have a pasi of african american men going medical school art apiece. Still not only. Are you dealing with them. Understanding how they're gonna relate to the community and their patients you also dealing with them understanding how they're going to relate to themselves in job. We have a holistic admissions process. Will we tried to select students not just based on their academic credentials but their life experience. So they may not be the student with the highest gpa on the highest mcat gre score to get into a school. It will be academic bell curve because we want students who have different life experiences because we know that we combine that with our education pedagogical experience. And then what we do in the community. So let's take the pa in the md program within the next two or three weeks of starting school. They will all do a longitudinal community course for the entire first year they will be broken up into groups of six or south and they will go out to a certain part of the community and they will actually do a needs assessment in partnership with the community. They will select they project and they do that for the entire year and report on it as a part of their great and all of our students participate in what we call our. He'll clinic health equity for all lives clinic..
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"Director of the center for women's health research at mehari medical college. One of the nation's first research centers devoted to studying diseases that disproportionately impact women of color. I began our conversation by asking her what i inspired her to go into medicine so chelsea thank you so much for having i will tell you. My story is a little bit different. That i didn't grow up always wanted to be a doctor. And fact i decided i was going to be a doctor because i didn't want to be an engineer but was raised by very strong mother. My mother left my father when i was six years old and so we were pretty much raised by my mother and i live really changed. My mother finally got a job at the paper. Factory georgia craft megan and she rose to be the highest ranking. One in the paper factory driving a big truck are forklifts soda type of machinery that dealt with the paper. She worked there for twenty five years and what she wanted for. Her daughter's was something different and so she always talk to us about education began the pathway. And so i went to southwest high school which in nineteen seventy nine was the largest high school in the nation. My graduating class was thousand. Forty nine students. And i was the only black student in the amish program in my science teacher. Mrs new ball said to me one day. You're good in math and science and they are one in more black kids to become engineer. So you should go to georgia tech and that was pretty much the councilman that i had so i went to georgia. Tech majored in chemical engineering launch story. Short i was coopting brockton gambling. They offered me a job. Ice essentially was doing of detergent synthesis. I'm sure i was working on tied and one day in the plant. I was doing temperature readings and i had just brought this new outfit chelsea and i had put on the bunny sued and i had to put the benefit cap on and i had to put him rubber boots not like the stylish ones that we have now and i had to do these temperature regions and i was wiping the fog off a my glasses so that i could do this. Temperature redon star reflection them. I myself. I said you know what way to shoot for this. I need to do something else. But it was an awakening moment for me that i really didn't want to be an engineer. Sought went to the encyclopedia. And i looked at math science in people and one of the that pops up was medicine and i decided to go to medical school. I went over to scotland college because at georgia tech. There were no pre med majors. At that time and i talked to the adviser there the woman said to me. You don't seem to know a lot about going to medical school. And i said i didn't know a lot about being an engineer and that's working out okay. As she helped me to get into may at summer program at harvard medical school. And then i applied to harvard medical school and guiding and sort of the rest is history but it was really about not wanting to be an engineer and then love math and science in having kurds that i learned from my mother to think that i could do this. It's just extraordinary that you had never thought about going to medical school until you were almost kind of at the end of your college career and now you lead a medical school exactly no plans for that either. But you know i love academic medicine..
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
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"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"Peter i want to ask because you have i think been such an effective science communicator and yet you implied you really have to figure out how to do this like you weren't trained to do this. In your undergrad studies or in your medical studies or through your phd or in your residency where you were working. But i do think we have to have a dynamic really robust curriculum of how to communicate effectively. Especially in the face of disinformation. Because i do think certainly like anecdotally from so many of my friends. They haven't felt well prepared to have the conversations that you were referencing earlier because it wasn't part of their training and it really needs to be jet is and it's a lost opportunity and i think if there's ever a not many silver linings from this pandemic but i do think one of them is what i've been seeing is the american people anywhere willing tolerate a level of complexity that we often don't give them credit for they like hearing from scientists and they're willing to tolerate complicated discussions provide it doesn't laps too much into jargon because their lives depend on it or their families lives depend on and so. I think we need to build on that peter. You've been so generous with your time i really. I have one more question similar to what we saw with the accelerated development of the cove. Nineteen vaccines last year. Are there other vaccines that are in development that you think are really promising with just maybe a little bit more attention investment could also be ready to become shots in arms. Help save lives. Well i think so. Remember this came on the heels of the strawberry story that not many people talk about any more ebola vaccine made by merck and company and that that was more than ninety percent protective and not only help stave off the eastern democratic republic of congo stabilized the whole african continent that was another public health triumph with a totally different technology. So i think one of the other lessons learned clearly keeping multiple technologies and play. Because you don't know which is going to be the one that really works. The best is going to be really important and how we create that type of global infrastructure. I think we became too dependent on the multinational companies is as good a job as they did. We now have got this horrible equity situation where no one's getting vaccinated in africa. Latin american southeast asia. So i think the next few years. I'm putting a lot of effort into building vaccine capacity so building that infrastructure in place. It's not building the factories that's the least of it's the human capital. It takes years one of the things that i think we're really missing is a foreign policy around vaccines. What i'm seeing right. Now is insufficient coming out of the biden administration. They've done an amazing job vaccinated the american people but in terms of foreign policy. I think it's too modest in scope. But i'd like to hear from the secretary of state of lincoln do is get up there and give our hour-long foreign policy address that says the obvious which is look we've got one point. One billion people in sub saharan africa. We got six hundred and fifty million people in latin america. Maybe another half a billion people in the smaller lower income countries of asia. That's two and a half billion. People need to provide five to six billion doses of vaccine. So what's the plan and an eye on a c. The us government takes the lead on this because if the us as we know if the us government doesn't take the lead doesn't happen that that is israel that was true for hiv aids and far that was true of winning war against fascism in europe and winning the cold. Were sometimes you need. Us leadership in this is what needs to happen. Peter thank you so much for all of your.
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"Movin is a huge component of that. Now i think that's such an important point beater that while we've mainly talking about the really tragic power and influence at the anti vaccine movement has here in the united states that unfortunately it has gained power and influence really all around the world over the last twenty years. What troubles me is for years. The other pushback. I got was well. The anti vaccine movements walled off to the us north. America it just this weird american financing guys. We export our music. We export our movies. What makes you think we're not going to export this stuff. Are you worried that these are a harbinger of states relaxing vaccine requirements for public schools. Well that's already started to happen. In unfortunately begin here in texas where. I am started with texans for vaccine choice which became one of the first political action committees against vaccines in two thousand fifteen. And now we've got anti vaccine packs and multiple states and we're already seen or the governor of texas governor. Abbott has issued an executive order against that your public organization you cannot insist on vaccine or mask mandates so this is gonna be this new wave in high you take the anti-science out of the gop because it would never used to be that way. I mean and by the way this is not fun for scientists to talk about right. I've been talking to doing public engagement for a number of years and the message was hey. Just stick to the science stick to the science. You're not supposed to talk about republicans and democrats and conservatives and liberals that's not your lane and up until last year so i've pretty much adhered to that but it got to the point where i don't know how else to talk about unless you talk about it especially when you had what was going on in the white house ron this time last year when there was a deliberate disinformation campaign to say cove in nineteen deaths were due to other causes or the hospital admissions were due to catch up an elective surgery or spectacular. Rising hydroxychloroquine was a very dark place for as a scientist to go talking about democrats in the white house. And and i'm still not comfortable doing it. It's still scary place for me. But i think it's necessary otherwise you are. How else do you solve the problem unless you can call it out. Bring it into the light. We're taking a quick break. Stay with us with how much we rely on our devices. It's easy to forget about the hardware. We're born with take ears like fingerprints. Your ears are totally unique to bad. Your your buds art. Unless you've got ultimate ears fits true wireless custom fit earbuds. Ultimate ears fits offer premium sound and all day comfort their groundbreaking life form technology guarantees. A perfect fit in only sixty seconds. Just put the earbuds connected the app and watch as the purple. Led's form the earbuds. Your unique shape with eight hours of continuous playback on a single charge and up to twenty hours with the charging case ultimate years fits are the perfect choice for listening to your favorite music and podcasts. All day long without pain or discomfort for a limited time get fifteen percent off above the current offer of your pair of ultimate ears fits true wireless earbuds at u. e. dot com slash. Fits just use. Promo code. Fits at checkout. That's fifteen percent off. The current offer with promo code fits at u. e. dot com slash fits tomko with your host of citizens. Jeff you may know me as the judge on top chef. He's not citizenship. We don't deep into topics ranging from disaster relief and various injustices and hurt our food system. I hope you're as excited as i am to jump back in so starting this. May you can tune it to hear from experts on a wide range of issues. That you with your fork and your dollars have the power to change. Listen to citizenship on the part where you have apple. Podcasts.
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"What would you like to see happen. More of maybe the training of pediatricians and other people in medicine to be able to have with ill vaccine hesitant parents or even parents who are further on that spectrum that you talked about you maybe rejecting vaccines today but also really do want to make the best in the right choices for their kids health. So those facts that i'm holding onto. I'm working on a list of ten of them. I think if pediatricians can be armed with the facts that anti baxter's cannot are or feel their way out of love in. That's even on a pamphlet or something. That would do so much good. If i had known those facts when charlotte was two months old. I probably would've vaccinated her. That would have calmed all my concerns all my fears and so i'm training doctors to be armed with those facts but also there's a story of a little boy that had never had a seizure in his life and then he got a seizure right after his shots and so the mom took the little boy in the doctor. Said there's no way it's from the shots. So she took the little boy to the er and they said it's no way from the shot so you have this mom who feels insane. She feels gaslight. She feels crazy. And we know that phibro seizures are possible mashad and they're not dangerous but had the doctor said. Hey maybe it is but you know what it's okay you baby safe and we will watch your baby on the next vaccine will hold your hand and i will be there in. We will be on guard and we can get through this together. But your baby's okay. That would have built bat. Trust that acknowledgement that. Hey that sometimes does happen. And it's okay but to gaslight among she just joined the rain so dante baxter's so teaching doctors that antibiotics are moms are just trying to save their kids. They're not crazy and if doctors can get to the bottom by offering an explanation other than vaccines about what they perceive happened they will keep them as a provost sir and i think that's the biggest thing he them from going home and googling their way into the anti vaccine colt. Listen to what their concerns. Our concerns are and get to the bottom of it. Because they're gonna go off the deep end if you don't. I am curious though if other moms you have reached out to you though over the last year to say. I'm having similar questions. I think maybe i should vaccinate my kids. I just don't know what advice do you have happened. it has. We've actually convinced a few parents to vaccinate. They needed to see somebody that was so anti backs turn because if somebody was so anti vaccine they were able to turn. There must be a good reason. Why turned i can do the stew. And so we have seen people start to vaccinate their kids and get the kovic shot. Which is really exciting. Because i truly believe that coccia is the way to end the pandemic. Have you had any conversations with people who are not vaccine has an or not anti but are questioning this vaccine. Yes in the main concern. That i've found is how the code vaccine relates to fertility. That is by far the main concern. That rumor has run rampant on facebook. You know i'm not even allowed to visit my friend who believes that because i'm vaccinated. I will rub off and caused her to be infertile just by being next to her. Because of the coup clearly not rooted in fact theory that the vaccine will shed that you have been vaccinated you can shed the virus. It's like may drinking coffee in my caffeine rubbing off on you. It's just not going to happen. And that these people believe it and so you have this whole group of people that are starting to segregate away from society from the vaccinated people. They're breaking up with their husbands in their boyfriends their boyfriends are getting the vaccine and they will not touch them. This is going to become huge. They don't wanna be around these people. It's it's about to get really bad in my opinion and it's because the facebook groups are allowed to form where people are saying. Oh i felt tired after the vaccine on mom had a stroke twenty seven days later after the vaccine l. Well of course. It was from the vaccine. They are allowed to every single thing. Oh i had a hiccup after the vaccine. I've never up before the must be from the vaccine. Everything has been posted to these groups and these groups are being allowed to run crazy on facebook and people are sharing them like crazy that people that were going to get the shy are suddenly not it. Just there's no control over these groups and it is getting misinformation into every corner. Facebook and people are reading it and then they were going to get the vaccine and now they're not. Is there anything else that you'd like to share any advice that you would have for anyone listening to us about how to protect themselves against misinformation to be able to make important health decisions including around vaccines and vaccinations for themselves and their kids. Just be so careful when you're on facebook and you read. This happened right after. My kid got a vaccine. I was supposed to get my flu shot. One morning i cancelled. Because i wasn't feeling good and later that day. I started spitting up blood. It was a bad situation but you can betcha that they anti boxers would have blamed it on the flu shot. There is a man that was going to get his kid vaccinated but the line was too long so he left and he took his kit home taken app and the kid died of saids in their sleep in had gotten their back scenes. They would have blamed the vaccines. You have to understand reading these these this than that about the kovic shot. There's a lot more to it. So you just have to take it with a grain of salt. If you're wanting to go into the dark interwebs of facebook groups but i would steer clear and just follow the cdc the fda real scientists online like just. Pack your facebook and your social media and your twitter full of scientists and doctors and arm yourself with that so that you are able to fight off any lie. That is going to come out. You and i know being harsh on facebook. But i do believe they have a huge responsibility right now. And it's a life or death issue in my opinion my last question when you were not vaccinating your daughter not vaccinate yourself. Did you have family or friends who tried to reach out to you. Talk to you about why you were in. That place. talked to you about axiom. Vaccinations in did any of that work or are now it did. My mom would always say. I really think she's going to be fine. Just get the tennis shy like you and your brothers were fine. I think you're gonna feel so much better after you get the cheyenne on a have to worry about tennis. And then one of my best friends was always like okay. Why are you scared. And this is why you shouldn't be scared listening but also not empathizing to the point where you're giving in is good for also being loving and listening and understanding that they are coming from a spirit of fear. They are truly trying to protect their kid. I was truly scared. That charlotte would die if she was vaccinated. That was not me trying to ruin the world. that wasn't me trying to ruin her immunity. I was just trying to save my baby so knowing that going into it. These are people to do. They're just confused. Got the wrong information.
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"Today we're talking about vaccines well. More specifically about the toll. The anti vaccine movement has taken on our public health. Let's start with some basics x one of the most successful public health interventions in human history. They've saved millions if not billions of lives. They protected generations of children in the us and around the world from deadly diseases and right now the surest path out of the covid nineteen pandemic is to vaccinate as many people in as many places as possible but that of course requires wide scale public trust and participation two things that the anti vaccine movement has been working really hard to undermine vaccine movement has been growing in darkness for decades and now they've captured the spotlight as an is fear uncertainty to so doubt and spread lies about the coupe nineteen vaccines their efforts have been amplified by public figures who used their platforms to elevate debunked conspiracy theories and all of this is made much much worse by lack of accountability from social media and technology platforms themselves. The nfl move hurting our ability to recover from this pandemic and it could affect which vaccines this generation of kids received well beyond covid nineteen. So what can we do. How do we fight. The powerful tide of disinformation that began long before this pandemic and has unfortunately gained momentum during it. How do we overcome mistrust around vaccines and help more. People get the facts that they need to make the right decisions for themselves and their families while to answer this questions. I'm talking with two people who are confronting these challenges head on later. We'll hear from my friend. Dr peter hotels vaccine researcher and advocate and co director of the center for vaccine development at texas children's hospital. But i i'm talking with heather. Simpson a mom who fell down the rabbit hole and then pulled herself back up. Heather is an activist a freelance writer and a mom to three year. Old daughter hers is a story of how effectively the anti vaccine movement entraps people and a reminder that it's possible if not always easy to change minds. I started our conversation by asking heather how she went from someone who had always gotten vaccinated then anti-tax social media influence my mom vaccinated all of ice. It wasn't until i was eighteen. I had the choice to get my meningitis shot. And i hate needles so on. That alone chose not to get it going in college which was stupid. I did get the tea dot in two thousand fifteen. I got the flu shot school. It wasn't until me and my husband really started trying to have our daughter that we were like Should we do the schedule. I mean we haven't given much thought. And a documentary series popped up on facebook as an ad and it was nine hours a just pure propaganda. It was doctor after doctor blaming everything under the sun on vaccines so by the time. You're done watching all nine hours of terror. You're not gonna wanna inject your kid. I mean i was terrified. I was thinking if we inject charlotte. She will die in her sleep that night. The strength of the fear that i had was so so strong i was ashamed a little bit a little bit embarrassed about it because my mom groups were so pro vaccine so it didn't really tell anybody but when she was about eighteen months old i decided to start talking about it casually on the internet on facebook and it just took off and i didn't realize that their birth thousands and thousands of antibodies mom's on facebook that had all found each other and that there's this huge huge growing community and they just accepted me as one of them and it just took off from there.
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"I was honored to welcome to the podcast. Dr fauci it's become almost a cliche to say this is an unprecedented time. And i'm just curious given that you have lived through other pandemics worked in other pandemics. How much of. This feels unprecedented. And how much of. It feels eerily familiar. Well chelsea the only eerily familiar thing about it is the unpredictable nature of outbreaks. Where you just going along. And then all of a sudden something comes up it could be subtle the way. Hiv this month. In the next few days where commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the realization that we were dealing with a new syndrome. We didn't know what the microbe the pathogen was. We didn't even have a name for it back in june and july of nineteen eighty one having had. I guess i would call it the privilege in some respects but also the painfully experience of being involved in that from the very first day. That's sort of snuck up on you. It was low level below the radar screen. Then as we learn more about it we found out dealing with just the tip of the iceberg when we saw people who were very very sick not knowing until we had a test that we're dealing with something where they were literally millions of people infected so the fact that outbreaks are unpredictable. They come in strange ways. That's the common denominator. The difference with this that validates the statement. it's unprecedented. is that when you're dealing with something as explosive as this which has a couple of characteristics that. I have often referred to almost ironically years ago. What is your worst nightmare. Dr fauci people would ask me that five years ago. Ten years ago fifteen years ago. And longer i would always say it was. The emergence of a new virus generally jumping species from an animal host to a human that had two characteristics one that is extraordinarily efficient in spreading from human to human and two that it has the capability of a great degree of morbidity mortality. When you put those two things together. That's when you get my worst nightmare and that's exactly what we're experienced because we have not had anything like this in well over one hundred years since the historic influenza pandemic of nineteen eighteen so there is a very strong true element of this being unprecedented. At least in over one hundred years and dr fauci there's an adage in public health that are notable epidemics aren't now with the benefit of both hindsight and your decades of experience in pandemics. What do you think we could have done differently in january or february to help save american lives and save lives across the globe in some respects. It is not answerable because you could certainly have done things differently. If you new things differently so you can say to yourself in this country. What could we have done if we knew back in january what we know right now is the characteristics that i'm telling me would ability to efficiently spread from human to human the fact that fifty to sixty percent of the transmissions occur from someone who is infected but has no symptoms at all. We know anywhere from a third to forty percent of the people who get infected never develop any significant symptoms at all that would bring attention to any medical intervention so back then if we knew that we were dealing with in this country something as extraordinary as this in its ability to spread. We would have done something. That likely would have not been acceptable to the american public. Like when we had the first case in. i think it was january. Twenty first to say okay. It's here and then a few days later a week or two later it became clear that there was community. Spread it just air which means someone infected someone and you don't have the chain of transmission locked in. You don't know where the person got it from that. Being the case that means it's spreading in society beneath the radar screen if we had known its capability of spreading. We could have said. Let's shut the country down right now to prevent it. I think there would have been such extraordinary pushback to say. Well wait a minute what are you talking about. We have one or two cases you want to shut the country down. That's crazy so when you ask me a question what could we have done differently. Well now that we have five hundred ninety thousand deaths you go back and say well look what this has done. We may be could have prevented some of those really shutdown early and prevented the spread. But you know if you look. Throughout the world chelsea even countries that appear to have done well early on every country has gotten hit really badly even some of the asian countries now that we pointed to as models of their response are now starting to get into trouble including places like taiwan and singapore and yet nam and places like that who seemed to have done very well in the first waves. You made a comment that resonates with me is. How do you prevent an outbreak from becoming a pandemic. so. I don't think we're necessarily going to be able to prevent the emergence of new microbes. They've occurred historically for as long as before history even recorded it. History is full of them. But in answer to your question how do you prevent that from becoming a pandemic. and that's what we talk about lessons learned. What can we learn having gone through this. Where the united states was ranked by public health agencies as being the best prepared country in the world for pandemic and we got hit among the top three with brazil and india as the three worst in the sense of numbers of cases. And and dr batniji think that that is because we were prepared for previous pandemics in not future wanting. Where are we ready to fight the last war. Not the next war. I think it's partially that not completely. I think it was. There were things that went wrong early on in. That was the issue with the testing that we didn't have a testing system for a considerable period of time. And we were testing only symptomatic people. Because we're not fully aware that a symptomatic spread was really really very important so those are the things that i think could have been done differently. And then don't want to relitigate what went on last year but there are things that i think could have been done better. Although i live in new york now i grew up in arkansas and then moved when i was twelve to dc and it is heartbreaking to me. Dr fauci that arkansas louisiana tennessee mississippi so much of the south have vaccination rates. That are half of what we see in the northeast since you've had to communicate now over so many decades so many different public health challenges and also imperatives. How do you think we rebuild trust in science and especially trust in in vaccines vaccinations. That is something that is not going to happen easily chelsea. I think that we may have to find ways. And that's a complicated issue as you will know probably better than i do. It's a complicated issue of how you heal the differences and end the hostility. I mean i've been the object myself of a phenomenal amount of hostility. Merely because i'm promoting. What really fundamental simple public health principles that seems astounding that that would generate a considerable degree of hostility. But it is it is so. I don't think the answer is intensifying the hostility and pointing figures. I think the approaches to outreach to try and understand each other better and realized that we have differences but those differences should be the source of strength in some respects and not the source of chaos. So i don. I don't know the answer to your question is if it's a seemingly simple question with a complicated answer we've got to reach out to people and get them to understand that this is for their own safety their own health and also what i referred to as communal responsibility your responsibility to society because there is a thing called the chain of transmission of an outbreak and one of the very interesting and i must say quite unique aspects of sauce covy to in covid nineteen. Is that the same virus that has killed. Almost six hundred thousand americans makes many. Many people have no symptoms at all. Just doesn't bother them. I mean there's thirty forty percent of the people get no symptoms at all so that is in many respects on unprecedented to have that situation usually when you have something as potentially deadly as this it makes just about everybody a little bit sick. This is something where there are people who are saying why should i get vaccinated the chances of my getting into trouble of very very low. And they're correct if you look at the rate of hospitalizations of young people. It's zero it's small compared to the rate among elderly people and among people with underlying conditions. But there are a couple of things there that people don't fully understand you're not completely exempt because a lot of young people wind up getting into trouble statistically not nearly as many as the elderly and those with the line conditions but there's another aspect of it let's say you get infected and you don't get any symptoms at all and you say see. I got infected big deal. What's the difference the differences that it is conceivable and maybe likely that even though you got no symptoms that you would inadvertently an innocent. I'll use that word. pass it on to someone else. Who would then pass it on to someone else who would then get a serious consequence so there is a degree that have to consider of. What is my societal responsibility of. Not being part of the chain of transmission as opposed to being a dead end for the virus. So do you wanna be a dead end for the virus or do you want to be a situation where you're part of the transmission chain which would get other people in trouble but that's tough to get that concept across dr fauci. I never thought. I would say i wanted to be a dead end but yes here. I am like very happy to be fully vaccinated in a in a dead end. We'll be right back. Stay with us at children's national hospital. Everything we do is just for kids are top. Rank specialists are here for kids of all ages from babies who need help before they're even born to teens and young adults are pediatric work to diagnose problems quickly and thoroughly and use treatments designed exclusively for growing children with convenient locations. All across the dc metro area. Find a specialist. Today at children's national dot org slash stronger. Any college can make you on paper at penn college. We're more into looking good on steel and looking good on x-rays with looking good and code building and rebuilding vision and revisions and when it's all said and done you'll look good to everyone because the past might be written on paper but the future will be made by hand. Learn more at p. c. t. dot edu. I do want to ask about preparedness. Because i think probably a lot of people are now as we are vaccinating the country. I know a lot of people wanna put cove in the rear view mirror. Leave it in twenty twenty one not worry about it again but we know that the virus is not done with us until we have everyone vaccinated and we know. We need to learn lessons from this to help. Better prepare us going forward. So what lessons do you think we need to learn. And how do you think your work. The nih has to adapt. How do you think the biden administration has to adapt what concrete things have to happen to ensure we are better prepared for the inevitable next time. Okay so two components to my answer chelsea. The first is that when you're dealing with a global pandemic you have to have a global response. We're not gonna be safe on this planet until the pandemic is controlled globally. So right away. It is not necessarily a lesson but almost a mandate that we really need to help the rest of the world as as a rich country. Get this under control because if there's still viral dynamics somewhere even if we get this on the very good control here there's always the danger of the generation variants which then would make our protection somewhat tenuous even with the vaccines. That's the first thing when you look at the future. What lessons learned for the future. We need to also prepare in a global way. There was a thing called the global health security network of the global health security agenda. Will you have into connectivity. Among countries of the world good modern up-to-date communications sharing reagents sharing of of specimens continued good collaboration and communication building up in the local areas. The public health infrastructure. That would allow them to respond in quench when it breaks out in any given country because it's generally don't start spontaneously in twenty-five countries they generally start as a jumping of species usually not always from an animal reservoir to a human and then it spreads to the rest of the world. That doesn't mean that you gotta blame the country where it happens. It just so happens but you've got to have those countries prepared to be able to contain it. So that's the thing with preparedness. The other thing from a scientific standpoint is that we are very fortunate that we have made decades and decades of investment in basic and clinical biomedical research. Which has allowed us to do something. That's unprecedented to get a vaccine in. Which a virus was first identified in january of twenty twenty and then in december of that same year. Eleven months later to be putting vaccine into people's arms. That's ninety four to ninety five percent efficacious. If we were having this conversation ten years ago you would've told me. I was completely crazy thinking that that would happen. It usually takes us in years and the speed was not because we were reckless in doing things. In cutting corners the speed was related to the extraordinary amount of investment that was made of the previous decades in clinical and basic research so there another component of lessons learned we need to continue to make the investments in research that will allow us to have the scientific component of the response be optimal and fortunately for us. That's what happened with regard to the vaccines dr brought to you. You mentioned earlier. The global health security agenda which while it had antecedents for many years really got codified in the aftermath of a bola and of the united states saying what has happened in western africa is clearly a tragedy for people there but it is a danger to us here too and we do need to have more robust public health architecture and there and then that wasn't a priority for the trump administration but it wasn't really a priority for the world. I do admittedly have a little bit of a concern that once we are through covid nineteen. I worry we might lose. Focus on the need to build robust global architecture to help protect public health everywhere will chelsea. I definitely share your. And the reason i do is from my experience in that corporate memory for things that have been very very difficult in. The sense of responding in preparing is often short lived. And when you put this behind us we will be dealing with problems. That are real and present yet. It's difficult to get people to understand that the threat of an outbreak is perpetually a real and present danger so what we've gotta do as globe as as a planet as a community of nations is to just make sure we tell ourselves that when we get this under control that we've gotta say never again and mean it and never again means to really put the effort into the kind of preparation that will require considerable resources and even though it's tough to convince people to give resources to something that isn't happening now we've got a call back the memory of to nineteen twenty twenty and twenty twenty one because we started off in the beginning of this podcast. The fact is that this is really what happened to us. It just came out of nowhere and it just immobilized us for such an extraordinary period of time in a second year now. The economy has been wrecked by. This is sure not only here in the united states. Thank goodness where recovering now. But it's still a lot of people out of work. I think those kinds of memories should spur assan to make sure we are adequately prepared next time around one hopefully will spur us on returning to comment that you made earlier that i am vigorous agreement with it. We have responsibility to help. Vaccinate the world. And while i certainly appreciate president biden's commitment to donate seventy million doses by july fourth. We know we can't effectively donate our way out of this. So i am curious. Dr fauci think about the architecture that we really need to help protect public health globally while often. The focus is on surveillance and specimen collecting testing. What do you think it should be for vaccine research and development for example or the actual ability to manufacturer and to guarantee the quality of vaccines in the next generation. I'm with you one hundred percent on that. And that is referring to building up the capacity and the ability to do technology transfer. So that when you have an outbreak. It isn't only companies in switzerland. The united states in the uk but you have plants and companies and technology and the knowledge to do it in senegal and ethiopia and south africa and indonesia and brazil and chile. So that when you have an outbreak you do have the capability and that is building up. Not only the infrastructure of public health to do surveillance and monitoring but also the ability to respond at a global level to rely on. Donations is a quick immediate partial. Fix but the real durable sustainable fix now in the future is to allow other countries that generally don't have that capacity to be able to make vaccine in a timely fashion and not depend completely on donations from the rich country. The rich countries should donate if they have to but the real ultimate solution is to have a world where it's evenly distributed with his equity in opportunity to make your own countermeasures. 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"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
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"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"Articulate what they're feeling so with really young children. The vocabulary of emotions is critical. And that's why it's so important for parents to have these talks and help them identify how they're feeling and putting a label on it. The next step is hadline. Manage this feeling when we think about school readiness. Everyone says oh. We're gonna know literacy and numeracy. You need to know your math. And your letters and other academic skills but another critical school readiness skill is we call these executive function skills. These process skills and one executive function skill is. How can i focused my attention right now in coping with wound feeling but more importantly how do i shift my attention away from this feeling so i could move on now. We're building resiliency skills. So there's so many strategies that we are portraying and our content that help children and families dealing with these big feelings. One example is taking a deep breath. Those deep cleansing breaths are so important. Another activity is a glitter jar. It's jar with glitter and you shake it up. And it gives children something to focus on as they're doing these deep ruts so the swirling glitter is oh swirling emotions in what you're feeling and as you're breathing you're focusing on the glitter falling to the bottom of the char and when the glitter gets to the bottom of the jar you could see through that jar clearly and that's an example of now. I just had a reset. In now. I could talk about my feelings but more importantly i could figure out how to move on. What is the next step. I'm so curious. If during the pandemic you've sesame as oriented even more toward parents to try to help equip parents with the right questions and when we have answers the right answers to support kids in this moment that we're all still living through. Sesame has been putting a lot of emphasis on parenting. In fact i wrote a book for parents called ready for school and it's a parents guide to playful learning for children ages. Two to five. And the reason why i wrote this book. No one is really explaining how to's how to help your child get ready for school or to deal with social emotional issues or to deal with health issues and i often say to parents. Watch sesame street with your child because we in many respects are apparently show we have a human cast and we have parent puppets and we're modeling. These interactions for parents for how to talk to your child or how to deal with whatever may be coming up in a storyline which represents what is typically having in children's lives so at princeton with covid nineteen. Parents felt the extra pressure that now they have to become a teacher and what we were trying to say the message we you're trying to give. Is that children. Learn best through these everyday moments with most important is for parents to embrace children's curiosity and not be afraid of questions and not be afraid to say. I don't know but let's find out together to open up. The learning as a co learning experience is very liberating and playful right. We want parents to engage in playful learning rose mergers listening to you. I was thinking about a conversation that i had today with my two older kids who are six and four over breakfast and they were asking again vom when are we going to be able to get vaccinated against covid nineteen and i had to say i don't know i don't know it is strange for parents when we are so used to having at least most of the answers are answers that are more complete than not just have too often continue to say sometimes daily sometimes now multiple times a day. I don't know and that's okay. It is something that i've had to work on his apparently getting comfortable with saying. I don't owe and i think it's actually been farkas. It's oh okay right but the other thing that you are modeling is that you have a positive approach to learning right. I don't know right now. The scientists are looking into. This be are doing this research to make sure that a vaccine when it becomes available. We'll be safe and you're going to be reading about this. You're going to be gathering information so that you will one day. No and you will then let them know and they didn't this really important for children to see us as adults that we are still learning. Learning is lifelong and we want to set at a very young age. This positive trajectory this positive approach to learning. Which is why during the preschool years. That sense of wonder it's going away and.
"clinton" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
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