35 Burst results for "Dr Peter"

Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue

"For a guy like me who's recently hopefully recovered from lymphoma I'm in remission now And my wife was an autoimmune disorder herself and lupus If that turns out to be the case and I understand some preliminary study you know you were very cautious in your approach to it as well But if it turns out that we are producing spike proteins long term What could that mean for people with autoimmune difficulties and people with various types of cancers blood cancers and immune system cancers I think it's going to be a matter of degree If it's one or two shots and it's echo cells and there isn't much passage to daughter cells this thing can in a sense burn itself out or be cleared out over time Bruce Patterson who leaves a company called Intel DX doing terrific work is formally professor at northwestern and Stanford He's actually shown in the respiratory illness that the spike protein is in the body a long time to end but up to 15 months in CD 16 positive monocytes And I did have him on my show and I asked him about what has he seen in vaccinated people And in fact he does have samples He's seen both the S one and the S two segment of the spike protein in humans after vaccination as long as he's observed them So for a month I asked him I said can you predict how long it's in the body He said probably over a year SARS CoV-2 the virus And then the spike protein installed in the body with vaccination It has a persistence in the body That's the reason why people feel bad There's a long COVID syndrome And I estimate is there any other infection that's similar to this He said yeah there is I said what is it He said Lyme disease Lyme disease does an install of the organism called borrelia bardia It takes forever to clear out lime That's the reason why people get this post lime syndrome So I think people who are immune deficient people with lymphoma they've had chemotherapy or radiation or they have other autoimmune illnesses This could be a

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Dr. Peter McCullough: The Consequences of New Technology, Pfizer Shot

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough: The Consequences of New Technology, Pfizer Shot

"Does any other vaccine we're talking to doctor Peter McCullough Is any other vaccine do that lead to long-term chromosomal changes that you're aware of Or is this new technology the first one to your knowledge It's new technology and that's the consequences of using new technology in a widespread vaccine program is these things are not can not be assessed ahead of time in enough preclinical studies Now the respiratory illness itself has been shown and particularly in severe cases where there's prolonged exposure to have some reverse transcription We don't know what the implications are When you get a natural viral infection some of it can incorporate it in your own DNA It's called the Herve region And you may know this because if you get chickenpox the virus doesn't install and later on in life you can get shingles which is the varicella zoster virus coming back out the same thing is true with Epstein Barr virus You get a permanent install But with a vaccine there's just under no circumstances what we want to see evidence of a permanent install particularly on production of a protein which is

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Dr. Peter McCullough Explains Latest Study on Pfizer Vaccine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough Explains Latest Study on Pfizer Vaccine

"So doctor I read this study I saw it on your social media feed about the intracellular reverse transcription of the Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA vaccine Can you explain to us in layman's terms what this means it sounds to me like our bodies could be incentivized to produce this spike protein a lot longer than anticipated and if true that could cause a lot of complications And am I wrong That's true I mean the concerning new news on this is that lab in Sweden now has found the cell line that indeed a lot of this has to do with laboratory technique The cell line that has demonstrated the fact that the vaccines now in the cytoplasm in basically in the area where the messenger RNA should be transcribed in order to produce the spike protein that in fact it's there long enough for DNA to be laid down against the RNA and that DNA moves into the nucleus of the cell And with that it's found in the nucleus and it's coding for the spike protein Now we don't know if it's actually physically changing the chromosomes permanently but many believe that that is circumstantial evidence that that's happening Now there's going to be a really hot and heavy investigation to see whether or not these vaccines in fact permanently change chromosomes And if this is the case is spike protein going to be produced

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COVID Facts and Fiction With Dr. Peter Makary

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 4 months ago

COVID Facts and Fiction With Dr. Peter Makary

"Does it irritate you, doctor baker, when you see on mainstream media and we watch you on Fox all the time and you're such a breath of fresh air, sir, you speak the truth. But then I turn on the network news quote unquote, and they'll say, overcome the spiking, it's like it's since they sensationalize and politicize this virus. I mean, and as being a position as a student as you are, doctor mccarry, that's got to irritate you. Well, misinformation is very frustrating. And one of the little known secrets is that a lot of us who are physicians who have a big profile on television know each other and as a matter of fact, many of us are friends, even though we may say totally different things, there are some doctors that still believe in civility. And I talk to these doctors and we have disagreements, but in a polite fashion. And I tell them, why are we making it sound like the people dying today are dying from Akron when we know deaths lag two three four weeks? And these are people who had delta in the past. And yet you still hear these predictions that sort of fear. Remember when the South African doctors told us when they first discovered a this is far more mild, do not panic. Why didn't we have that from our medical leaders in our doctors that go on the airways? Amen, I have no idea. And it was so frustrating. And now we are at the end of I don't want to jinx anything Doc. And again, I say I never give medical advice over the air, and we know you don't either. So we always like to check with your doctor. We always say, but aron is just as diminishing to a point now where this pandemic may God help us all be over. Doctor mccary? Yes, I mean, one of the great pieces of news that people don't realize is that on the current infection gives you immunity to delta the more dangerous previous version. And it's displacing delta. And it's almost everybody's getting it. So I mean this is information that is significant in that you notice that the numbers right now in the United States. They are diving in the states that got hit earliest with a

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Dr. Peter McCullough on Injecting Politics Into Prescriptions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough on Injecting Politics Into Prescriptions

"About why people died. I am infuriated. When I hear colleagues of mine, especially in California, who have doctors who have prescribed for them, Ivermectin or hydroxide, I took hydroxy, my doctor prescribed for me when I caught the COVID and they have to go to multiple one colleague had to go to 7 pharmacists before they were prepared to actually give him the legal prescription he had from his doctor. What is the potential argument against Therapeutics? Because it is my contention and please, please tell me if I'm wrong that perhaps tens of thousands of people died because COVID was not treated early enough with Therapeutics. It developed into a secondary inflammation, especially in the lower lung, and then once they were put on respirators, that was it. It was a matter of time before they died. So can you talk to us about injecting politics into prescriptions and why this war against Therapeutics? You know, we've gone through two presidential administrations to surgeon generals two tasks for us. Do you know not a single official has given a full throated endorsement of doctors doing everything they can with Therapeutics as an outpatient to help patients prevent hospitalization and death doctors have not received any support whatsoever from the governmental agencies in fact they've received headwinds. There's been statements the FDA has said, do not use hydroxychloroquine in that was last year. Now in 2021, the American medical association launched a campaign to abolish the use of Ivermectin. Now, why would the American medical association which doesn't make treatment recommendations with physicians political action committee, why would the AMA actually wage war against Ivermectin? We have over 300 supportive studies of hydroxychloroquine over 60 with Ivermectin. Ivermectin now looks like it's actually quite useful because Ivermectin is stare at a care in Mexico across the South America across India and in Japan and it's these are benign and safe medications. I think our agencies have done a great disservice by putting a chill on using drugs and combination early use of drugs appropriately clinically indicated off label use of drugs, which the FDA tells doctors, we use drugs off label when there's an unmet need and is clear COVID-19 is an unmet need.

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What Is a Virus? With Dr. Peter McCullough

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | 4 months ago

What Is a Virus? With Dr. Peter McCullough

"Can we start with the basics? We have enough time. This is where we spend the time to discuss these issues. So first things first, a viruses in general. There is still to this day, as I understand as the layman, a disagreement or two schools of thought, are they living entities or are they not or do they exist in some Twilight Zone? So let's start with what is the virus and then we'll get to the coronavirus family. A virus is a living organism. It does depend on a host in order to infect and replicate it's unlike a bacteria which must feed on substances. The virus basically is designed to simply replicate and move on, and then infect another individual. But it is alive. There's another substance that's not alive that can spread from one to another is called a prion, which is just a protein. But viruses are alive. They're either RNA or DNA viruses in the setting of the coronavirus. It's an RNA virus. So it has a nucleocapsid. And this virus is a particularly supercharged with a spike protein, the spike protein is the spine on the ball of virus. That's been genetically modified in the lab and we'll hand China to be more infectious and more

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Dr. Peter McCullough Describes His Background in Medicine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough Describes His Background in Medicine

"Doctor McCullough, welcome back to one on one. Thanks for having me. Let's start with those who haven't heard your interview with Joe Rogan or your previous interviews with us or on newsmax. I like to start at the beginning, maybe somebody received this link had it shared with them, haven't heard of you before. You have an incredible resume, especially when it comes to the peer reviewed articles you've written. Would you talk a little about your background in medicine and your publishing history? I'm an academic physician in Dallas, Texas, I spend about half my time in clinical practice. I'm doing patient calls today. But about half of my time in academics as an author, editor of major journal and a clinical investigator, so I've been the principal investigator of large randomized trials in large observational studies. The clinical executive committees, adjudication committees, I chair day safety monitoring boards for over two dozen studies. And I've published, I've published more than 650 publications in the national library of medicine and the peer reviewed literature. It's always stopped maybe more than 25 would be good enough to make professor. So I'm far beyond that. And in COVID-19, I've really dropped everything to apply all my scholarship to COVID-19 to in a sense patriotically try to help out the nation and the world. And I have over 50 publications in COVID-19 and really outlining an approach that, in my view, we should take to treat patients early to reduce the risk of hospitalization and death. And now this year I've kept a careful watch on vaccine safety and

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Layer. Then you get to the end of last week, Eric, and you have these arguments for or against the vaccine mandate being made in the public session of the court. And they allow us to peek in and listen in on their things now. And the stuff that the left of center justices on the highest court, the most elite judicial authorities in the country said and read into the record of this argument were mind numbingly dishonest. Mister breyer, for example, said that within the previous 24 hours, 750 million new infections had been accounted for. Eric, we have less than 330 million people living in America. Well, that's more than infections per person. That's a really stupid mistake, but it's not a vile lie in the way. No, no. Well, I don't know that it is or not. You're giving him a great deal of grace there. But the creme de la creme was Sonia Sotomayor in her persistence to try to throw off the council that was making the argument against the mandate. Saying to them that there were a 100,000 children in hospitals, many of them on ventilators. Eric, I went and looked up the data immediately. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I've posted regularly the death rates of COVID positive people and heart disease and cancer. There are only a 119,000 people hospitalized for COVID in the nation as we sat there that day. So you're saying a 100,000 of them were children when the data shows that only 5 children are hospitalized out of every 100,000 hospitalizations. There was maybe 6 kids in the hospital. None of them on ventilators that I could 600,000 who's counting. Hey, we're all about this is we're all about grace. We're all about great. And it's a whole it's a whole consistent pattern Eric that they used to do kind of in the shade. They would make more implications than direct statements. They wouldn't campaign on things that were factually false. The left has lost its rooting. It's mourning. One thing that's holding on. How many people do we know in the evangelical church who do not give a damn about this? They absolutely don't seem to understand that when leaders lie when they do these kinds of things, it hurts people. We have many in the evangelical church who have absolutely turned a blind eye. Again, this rises to levels unprecedented in American life. I mean, it's one thing to say we have differences. This is a level of political theater of lying in grandstanding that is so pernicious to the fabric of the republic. And we have many in the church who simply don't seem to care, or they think caring means being overly political. I mean, I just want to say that because I can't believe things could get to this level and people would just say, well, I'm not called to talk about that. I know in some respects, the perception of how it's going is related to who we interact with. And I will just tell you in my sphere of activity and influence in the pastors that I interact with. A lot of them here in the New York area. I've had a number of them actually apologized to me for doubting what I was saying going into the 2020 election because what they have seen is the result of the Biden administration has been so far beyond what they would have found it to be acceptable. They never would have stayed silent to the degree that they did or even supported tacitly Biden campaign the way they did. And I've actually accepted those apologies because the point now is we've got another opportunity to impact the direction of the country coming up in less than 11 months and we need to make sure that we're on board with the right information and we're able to make the right choices. Kevin, let me just say, by the way, anytime anybody comes to his senses and apologizes, I am thrilled. This is not about grandstanding. I was right or whatever. But I think you're right that there are people that are seeing that what they signed up for I think they're I think they're understanding that they're guilty. Another would say that they didn't listen to folks like us. They said, no, no, no, you're crazy. You're wrong. It's going to be good. He's going to unify the country. No one has ever been more incompetent and destructive as a president. Literally no one. I've never seen anything like it. And I think in a way America needed a spanking. An American needed to see how bad things can go super quickly. If you elect somebody like this, like a disconfirmed political hack who has never shown an ounce of vision or backbone except for his own purposes. It's terrible, but it's true. And I think people are waking up. So I'm glad to hear you say that because it's, you know, we're going through crazy times. But I think we kind of needed to go through this ugly stuff to wake some people up. But it sounds like they're waking up. Well, and again, that's partly I have that perspective partly because that's my experience in the past that I've interacted with. You may be talking to people that have an entirely different opinion. So I know that there's still kind of a torn situation here. But I think what's interesting, Eric, and I would encourage your listeners and viewers to try this. Try to divorce the name of Trump from the policies of the previous four years. And the name of Biden from the policies that we've seen in the direction that we've seen in the last 13 months. And just compare the policies side by side. What's happened in the economy? What's happened to your own personal investment portfolio? What's happened on the issue of life? What's happening in the courtrooms and in the schoolrooms where parents are now standing up and challenging because there's such an onslaught of this progressive stuff coming at them. I think that and this is the thing I'm encouraged about Eric. In the Glen young can win in Virginia and even in the near win in New Jersey this year, this last year, you had, I think, a more awakened electoral population than you had had even in the presidential election of 2020. And if they stay awake, the left may be woke, but I think that those of us that are center right are starting to wake up. And if we stay awake, we can do some good things about ten months from now. And I also think, you know, that the lie that you can sort of separate politics and faith, ironically, I think tons of people who see what's happening politically are drifting over to faith in God and to understanding that the only explanation for the level of madness and wickedness is in fact evil that it doesn't really make any other kind of sense that God has to be the answer because these problems don't seem the products of mirroring competence or difference of opinion. We're going to drag you over into our two more McCullough, whether it's Peter, Kevin, who cares? Who's counting? We'll be right.

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Talk about that. Did he give a speech yesterday of some kind? He did. He and the asterisk vice president and the asterisk president, both traveled to Atlanta yesterday to formally oppose the current voting rights reforms that Georgia has put in place there and to try to advocate for the voting rights bill that they're going to have Chuck Schumer try to push through the Senate next week. It's not going to go anywhere because you don't have enough Democrats to support it. But that's not stopping them from trying to make the case. Could I make a prediction since your vote's and sometimes I have things that I want to say that are predictive? Sure. I think if you remember the story of harrods demise, I think it's possible that Joe Biden will be eaten by worms. I'm just saying that I'm just saying that I'm just putting that out there, man. I think we all are at some point. But he is on the ground. I mean, before I mean, before he's a corpse. I think I want to say before we get to what he said yesterday. What he said on January 6th, never in my life. Have I been more disgusted with a political figure? I've never seen, I mean, it's one thing to say that people are playing politics. What he said on January 6th was so extraordinarily unprecedentedly despicable that I was amazed. I was taken aback that because you know people who are experts at when they look at you, they can tell if you're lying. There's certain tells, by the way, you move your head or something like that. What it really is almost astonishing to me that he was able to get those foul words out of his mouth. I was just watching it in awe of the level of lying. I had never seen I mean, it's one thing to be to differ with somebody politically fine. That's what America is all about. But he said some things that were just insidious lies about the former president about those who voted for the former president. I thought, if anybody ever delegitimized themselves, genuinely, what he said on January 6th, it just made him he's dead, it's over. I don't know what's going to happen to him, but I do know that he crossed the line. I've never seen anything like it. I don't think I've said much about it on the air, but it really just was horrifying to me. And I grieve for my nation. Well, Eric, the truth of what you're saying here, and I want your viewers to be clear that what you're talking about is the anniversary of January 6th, not the original January 6th. Yeah, just a few days ago. He made some comments. So much more now a year later than we did then. And it wasn't just him, Eric, that speech that he gave on January 6th, 2022, kicked off an entire week of blatant bald faced fabrications made not just by the asterisk president, mister Biden, or the asterix vice president, Kamala Harris, and she said some whoppers too. She equated January 6th with the falling of the twin towers and saying that the suffering was of equitable nature and all this kind of nonsense. But that's spilled over into Nancy Pelosi, who within another day said that it was a Trump supporter that had overrun the Capitol Hill gate and had actually tried to kill some people. You may remember vaguely that incident happening after January 6th, that was proven to be a Lu farrakhan supporter who was an avowed Trump hater. So it's just another.

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:08 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Are grateful, doctor McCulloch for your time. God bless you and thank you. Thank you. Thank you all right. Bye bye. Like you were old man look at my life I'm a lot like you were. Folks, Eric metaxas here, somebody just handed me a piece of paper with insane information on it. But I know it's true because the other day I literally got a phone call from Mike lindell telling me Eric, you got to check out and he then he tells me about this towel special, right? And he says, you've got to tell your audience, okay, so here's the special. 39.99 if you use the code Eric, normally $109 and 99 cents. We're talking about the towels that work. We've talked about this before. It's a technology where the towel is actually do the job of being absorbent and you know, you know that whole thing. So they're amazing towels, but you can get a set of 6 towels for 39.99. You have to use the code Eric, go to my pillow dot com, click on the new radio listener specials and or you can call 809 7 8 three O 5 7 809 7 8 three O 5 7, use the code Eric. Hey folks, I don't mean to freak you out, but sometimes I'm verbally playful. And I like to do things like book doctor Peter McCullough next to my friend Kevin McCullough. You know, just to be nabokov and clever. And so Kevin McCullough, maybe it's easy for us just today to call you votes tremors. So people know. Stop that you're not a medical doctor. You're prognosticator of the political of things political. You know, we are in an election year, so it's time to pull the voters stuff back out because I don't do a lot of predicting in the election years, but I can tell you how things are shaping up as we get closer to even when even when you're not predicting explicitly. You are predictive and prophetic in the way you talk about politics. So it's interesting to talk to you. But look, you good to see you guys. Happy new year to you. Let me ask you something. Does my hair look dry to you? Do you think I need to use a different conditioner? I don't know. Anybody asking me about the condition of their hair is just cruel at this point. What about my skin? You think I need a different astringent? I don't know why I'm talking about this. I just don't want to talk about anything serious because it's so depressing. Let's talk about something incredibly depressing. What's that guy's named Joe Biden? The political district president. The guy who lives in Baltimore. What's his name? Biden. Yes. Joe Biden, okay, yeah. Let's.

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"McCullough, folks, by the way, before we go back to doctor McCullough Albert and I thought we would take a quick break here. We've got I think about 90 seconds left with doctor McCulloch, but before we go back to him, I want to make two announcements while we have everybody's attention. Now they have to listen because they're like, what does doctor to say next? It's like, well, we hold out hold your horses because before we let you listen to the last 90 seconds of doctor McCullough, we've got two things to share, at least. Number one, after doctor McCullough, we were going to talk to Kevin McCulloch just to confuse you to talk about a current event. Maybe we'll do that. Maybe we'll do that. Or we might talk to Naomi wolf. We have them both here today. So we don't know if we're going to continue talking about pandemics. And that stuff. Or if we're going to talk current events, we don't know. But this we do know. Yes. We have a couple of days left in the CSI campaign. There are people who have not yet. And folks, you know who you are, and I know you're embarrassed, but I don't want you to be embarrassed. I want you to let I want you to be guilty. There's a difference. And I want you to let your guilt motivate you. Yes. I want you to push through and go to my taxes talk dot com. This is so easy, we're asking for nothing. Whatever you can give $10, $25, $50, whatever you can give to free slaves in Sudan. We've made the case before. CSI Christian solidarity international is on the ground. In that part of Africa, where people are currently enslaved, it is a monstrous evil, but you can do something about it. We ask you, we beg you, participate, do anything, do what you can. Go to metaxas talk dot com. Now, please, metaxas talk dot com. Please do anything you can. It doesn't matter the number doesn't matter whatever you feel like giving. We want you to do that. Yeah, and there's a phone number to its 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 two two 8 8 8 two 5 three three 5 two two give something please folks. $10. Well, this is your this is your last chance. I mean, I'm serious. This is an amazing campaign and to say that you're involved in this. You know, you're going to say, hey, if I was alive during abolition times, I would have been on the right side of that. Well, baloney because here you are in abolition type. Right now you have an opportunity. So take advantage of it folks, please. This is not something that we're not asking much. Every $250 frees someone from slavery and sets them up in a life where they can really genuinely be free. It is a miraculous transformation, but it's only possible if you participate. And so to all of those who have not yet participated folks, please amazing opportunity to go to my taxes talk dot com..

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Wow. I think what I'm struck by most is what looks like a cavalier attitude on the part of government officials and medical leaders with regard to death. In other words, if you're talking in the abstract or Orson Welles writing the Ferris wheel in Vienna in the third man, looking down at these abstract people moving. They're not they don't have any humanity. They're just dots moving. And if one stops moving, who cares? It seems to me that what we expect from doctors in particular. Among some has gone away. In other words, these are just numbers to them. When we hear about deaths, what do you think could account for that? It's something that is very troubling. That's putting it mildly to me. And I think to most people in America who have always looked to doctors as a class of professionals that we respected profoundly. Matthias Desmond the psychology of professor at the university of Ghent. And now doctor Mark McDonald psychiatrist in LA, they think we're in a mask formation psychosis. That, in fact, we fulfilled all the criteria. We've had a prolonged period of having isolation with number two. We've had things taken away from us. We enjoy number three. We have constant free floating anxiety, like President Biden's most recent statement about a long, dark, deadly winter. And then number four, the capper we've had a single solution presented by an entity of authority. The vaccine and mass psychosis the solution is so absurd. It would be like one of these religious cult mass suicides where you end the you end the situation by in a sense everyone taking their lives or Nazi Germany, you have a situation where you have genocide and people walk into gas chambers and remember in these examples of physicians are easily in the mass psychosis that in a sense they are agents of the crimes against humanity. They're being performed. You've been on the record saying that you actually think the pandemic was planned to some extent that there were people who knew this was coming. I don't know what evidence we have of that. But it's horrifying even to contemplate. What are your views on that idea? You know, it's not my idea, but my scholarship, but I'd punch you to Peter breggen and gingerbread and a COVID-19 in the global predators. We are the prey. That book has its non fiction is written as pinpoint in terms of its citations. There's no doubt about it that there were planning seminars by Johns Hopkins, saying it's going to be a coronavirus. It's going to hit America. This is back in 2017. They published their proceedings. There's no doubt about it that Moderna and Pfizer and all the companies were ready. They're actually preparing vaccines against a coronavirus long before it ever left the lab and is a complex web of governments. And I guess the question is, how is that anything, but just playing devil's advocate? Has that anything but good business? They're saying this is happening. We want to be ahead of the curve. What do you see that's more nefarious than greed or that kind of thinking? It's one of two options. It's either very good planning and very good pandemic planning, or it's something that was leveraged and no one will know until the full sets of investigation. Done here, but it is uncanny how so many stakeholders knew coronavirus pandemic was going to.

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:58 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Take it. What's your response? I published an op-ed in the hill last year in August of 2020 before the vaccines ever came out and I agree with the Eric. I said the vaccines were a bad idea because they were genetic transfer technology programs. Actually installed the gene into the body that makes the dangerous spike protein that actually we caused the body to make a dangerous foreign protein that damages the brain, the heart causes blood clotting. It's a very dangerous idea. It's an uncontrolled production of spike protein for an uncontrolled duration of time. It's very different than a tetanus shot. A tetanus shot is a set amount of tetanus toxoid, and that's it. And so the tetanus shot or the hepatitis B shot is a known defined entity. The COVID-19 vaccines are completely uncontrolled. And there must be some people who take up a lot of genetic material or strategically in critical organs and the spike protein causes damage and death and our FDA agrees. The FDA has official warnings for Pfizer Moderna, causing heart damage. Johnson & Johnson, causing blood clots, causing paralysis, and with any product, there's risks and benefits. So the vaccines always must be presented with risks and benefits to give you an idea for a widely used product if we got to 5 deaths that were unexplained immediately after taking the product, it would get a black box warning. If we got to 50 deaths, it would be off the market. It'd be off the market. We passed those limits with the vaccine. It January 22nd of last year. January 22nd, we are already over the line. The program should have been stopped for excess death. Now we've raised up to 21,000 deaths in this CDC bear system, half of which are known to be domestic cases. We've got a CMS whistleblower lawsuit where they think from CMS data, the number of deaths after the vaccine for the whole country is 45,000 in the early summer. Now we've got paper from Columbia, pentos and Saladin, they think the number really could be now through December, a 178,000 Americans losing their lives after the vaccine. Literally within a couple days of taking it. Okay, look, this sounds like madness. In other words, in a civilized society, if something like this were perpetrated, the people behind it would go to jail and the people whose family members died would want to kill them personally, but since we live in a civilized society, we would go to the courts and we would say these people must be put behind bars, what they have done is unconscionable. It would be unconscionable if they weren't doctors if their doctors who've taken the Hippocratic oath. It's the more horrific. How do you suppose we have gotten to a place? What do you think is the mechanism or what are the reasons that we could come to a place where you know that people have died because of the vaccine? And somehow that information is being called misinformation. The CDC puts out the data and we can go to open VAERS data dot com and look at the overlay. So the CDC is showing the death count as it continues to mount and are published papers one by rose one by mclachlan early in the pandemic showing 86% of the deaths have no other explanation outside they've taken the vaccine. So Americans, despite the suppression of information, they know this risk is real. And so vaccine rates plummeted in mid April. No one's wanted to take the vaccines or offer a $1 million raffles, hot dogs, beer, a trip to the brothel that nobody would take the vaccines. So that's the reason why they're mandated. You know, we don't have to have mandates where the meningococcal vaccine for college kids or hepatitis B vaccine. We all accept safe vaccines. I think the word is out on the street. People know that vaccines are grossly unsafe, and they can lose their life shortly after taking one of them. Well, there were a number of articles recently about how the vaccines are affecting menstrual cycles, bizarre things like this that I'm reading about. And I'm thinking, my goodness, why would a young person take a vaccine that could wreak havoc with future reproductive health? Why is it being pushed on the young, what are you supposed is behind that? The young, the risks are unique. It probably depends on what flow, but there was a biodistribution study done by Pfizer for the Japanese regulatory choice. That showed the vaccines a little bit nanoparticles, hyper concentrate in the ovaries, while they wash out of the other organs. So it's no surprise there's menstrual irregularities. There was an animal study done by Moderna for the EMA showing reduced fertility in animals with the vaccine. So it's very plausible that the VA vaccines are going to cause not only menstrual irregularities, but later on, problems with fertility, particularly with repeated injections because we know the spike protein is produced there in the ovaries. It damages the ovarian cells and tissues. And you get to a certain limit of tissue injury, there's going to be basically comedic genesis failure and failure to produce eggs. We know in men, young men, the risk is myocarditis or heart inflammation. The heart takes up a tremendous blood flow. The androgens are developing the heart muscle. Men have a risk of myocarditis that's astronomical, the paper from Kaiser permanente demonstrated the numbers between 405 hundred young men ages 18 to 24 is the peak per million will develop myocarditis. The background rate that we ever see with myocarditis with a viral infection is about four per million. And so we know that the tradeoff of tracing hug from UC Davis has published it a young man is far more likely to be hospitalized with myocarditis and suffer permanent heart damage or cardiac death than ever get hospitalized at COVID-19 despite this is this is sickening, but we've got to hear this. We're going to be right.

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"What is it that you're saying that you know to be true that some people don't like to hear? I mean, let's start with the vaccine. I have read enough to make me think that for most people, the idea of getting the vaccine is a bad idea and that it was developed under emergency circumstances kind of like, okay, we've got the Black Death coming. We're going to lose a third of our population. Let's do anything we can to get something to help people. Where we are today, to me seems dramatically different. I've heard a lot of anecdotal information about deaths and debilitating results probably or at least potentially from the vaccine. So wisdom would seem to say, don't take it, but there's this big push for everyone to take it. What's your response? I published an op-ed in the hill last year in August of 2020 before the vaccines ever came out and I agree with the Eric. I said the vaccines were a bad idea because they were genetic transfer technology programs. Actually installed the gene into the body that makes the dangerous spike protein that actually we caused the body to make a dangerous foreign protein that damages the brain, the heart causes blood clotting. It's a very dangerous idea. It's an uncontrolled production of spike protein for an uncontrolled duration of time. It's very different than a tetanus shot. A tetanus shot is a set amount of tetanus toxoid, and that's it. And so the tetanus shot or the hepatitis B shot is a known defined entity. The COVID-19 vaccines are completely uncontrolled. And there must be some people who take up a lot of genetic material or strategically in critical organs and the spike protein causes damage and death and our FDA agrees. The FDA has official warnings for Pfizer Moderna, causing heart damage. Johnson & Johnson, causing blood clots, causing paralysis, and with any product, there's risks and benefits. So the vaccines always must be presented with risks and

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The Cold, Hard Truth About COVID Vaccines With Dr. Peter McCullough

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 4 months ago

The Cold, Hard Truth About COVID Vaccines With Dr. Peter McCullough

"What is it that you're saying that you know to be true that some people don't like to hear? I mean, let's start with the vaccine. I have read enough to make me think that for most people, the idea of getting the vaccine is a bad idea and that it was developed under emergency circumstances kind of like, okay, we've got the Black Death coming. We're going to lose a third of our population. Let's do anything we can to get something to help people. Where we are today, to me seems dramatically different. I've heard a lot of anecdotal information about deaths and debilitating results probably or at least potentially from the vaccine. So wisdom would seem to say, don't take it, but there's this big push for everyone to take it. What's your response? I published an op-ed in the hill last year in August of 2020 before the vaccines ever came out and I agree with the Eric. I said the vaccines were a bad idea because they were genetic transfer technology programs. Actually installed the gene into the body that makes the dangerous spike protein that actually we caused the body to make a dangerous foreign protein that damages the brain, the heart causes blood clotting. It's a very dangerous idea. It's an uncontrolled production of spike protein for an uncontrolled duration of time. It's very different than a tetanus shot. A tetanus shot is a set amount of tetanus toxoid, and that's it. And so the tetanus shot or the hepatitis B shot is a known defined entity. The COVID-19 vaccines are completely uncontrolled. And there must be some people who take up a lot of genetic material or strategically in critical organs and the spike protein causes damage and death and our FDA agrees. The FDA has official warnings for Pfizer Moderna, causing heart damage. Johnson & Johnson, causing blood clots, causing paralysis, and with any product, there's risks and benefits. So the vaccines always must be presented with risks and

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:48 min | 4 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host. Eric metaxas. Hey there folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show very, very, very, very exciting guest right now. Doctor Peter McCullough, he is someone who came to the attention of the general populace recently when he spoke for three hours to Joe Rogan and interestingly Joe Rogan was listening for all three hours. It went viral as they say, metaphorically, not in the medical sense. Because doctor McCullough is a very well respected physician in the Dallas area, cardiologist, who has some things to say about the so called pandemic, these vaccines, all very interesting and important and we're glad to have him doctor McCullough. Welcome to the program. Well, thanks for having me. As introduced, I'm a practicing internist and cardiologist. I'm also trained in epidemiology and I spend about half of my time in clinical practice and then half the time as an author and an editor of a major journal in clinical investigator. So I do research. And I have, you know, my whole career I've been dedicated to the science of medicine and advancing medicine. So a COVID-19 hit, I knew this was a big task, and it was going to take many, many specialists across a variety of medical specialties. Infectious disease hematology oncology, cardiology, since the virus was such a broad ranging pathogen that it was going to take all hands on deck. And so as you've mentioned, I've contributed academically to the pandemic response. I have over 50 papers on the pandemic, including the two seminal papers on how to treat COVID-19 to avoid hospitalization and death to avoid hospitalization and death. I always try to avoid hospitalization and sometimes I also try to avoid death. Most people listening, I think, have so far successfully avoided death. It's kind of a big thing in life to avoid death. And so when you talk about this, I have to joke because how outrageous that anybody needs to even mention this, we assume those of us who are not doctors, kind of assume this is what doctors do. They help us to avoid death and further illness. But you've gotten considerable really startling pushback from some people who I guess consider themselves authorities if they don't like what you say they label it misinformation. This to me is the real headline and the real bad news in America today, but let's get to the specifics before we get to why some people would label some of what you said misinformation. What is it that you're saying that you know to be true that some people don't like to hear? I mean, let's start with the vaccine. I have read enough to make me think that for most people, the idea of getting the vaccine is a bad idea and that it was developed under emergency circumstances kind of like, okay, we've got the Black Death coming. We're going to lose a third of our population. Let's do anything we can to get something to help people. Where we are today, to me seems dramatically different. I've heard a lot of anecdotal information about deaths and debilitating results probably or at least potentially from the vaccine. So wisdom would seem to say, don't take it, but there's this big push for everyone to take.

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Who Is Dr. Peter McCullough?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Who Is Dr. Peter McCullough?

"Show very, very, very, very exciting guest right now. Doctor Peter McCullough, he is someone who came to the attention of the general populace recently when he spoke for three hours to Joe Rogan and interestingly Joe Rogan was listening for all three hours. It went viral as they say, metaphorically, not in the medical sense. Because doctor McCullough is a very well respected physician in the Dallas area, cardiologist, who has some things to say about the so called pandemic, these vaccines, all very interesting and important and we're glad to have him doctor McCullough. Welcome to the program. Well, thanks for having me. As introduced, I'm a practicing internist and cardiologist. I'm also trained in epidemiology and I spend about half of my time in clinical practice and then half the time as an author and an editor of a major journal in clinical investigator. So I do research. And I have, you know, my whole career I've been dedicated to the science of medicine and advancing medicine. So a COVID-19 hit, I knew this was a big task, and it was going to take many, many specialists across a variety of medical specialties. Infectious disease hematology oncology, cardiology, since the virus was such a broad ranging pathogen that it was going to take all hands on deck. And so as you've mentioned, I've contributed academically to the pandemic response. I have over 50 papers on the pandemic, including the two seminal papers on how to treat COVID-19 to avoid hospitalization

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I believe in Jesus, I believe in the Bible

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:02 sec | 5 months ago

I believe in Jesus, I believe in the Bible

"You know, I believe in Jesus, I believe in the

"dr peter" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Thing we danced around that earlier. What are some of the long-term consequences that we're going to see you just listed that off? I think some of those numbers could potentially be low. I mean, this could end up being one of them. Let's talk about low for a second. People said, okay, these are just voluntarily reported. We know from a paper by meisner and colleagues published in pediatrics a few years ago, 86% of those reports are done by doctors, nurses, coroners, paramedics, healthcare workers, the drug companies, people who think the vaccine caused it. 86% of the time. So that's important. These are filled out under threat of imprisonment or federal fines that they're falsified. I'm going to tell you this is a serious reporting thing. Then they get a temporary number, and then the CDC finds out for this really happened. Did they really hospitalized? Did they really die? And then CC verifies it and gives a permanent number. I'm telling you these numbers are tight. And they represent a low number. So this summer, a lawsuit was filed by lead attorney Tom Reynolds public information using a CDC whistleblower. I'm sorry, a CMS was so blower who had data in CMS about who took the vaccine who died in a tight time window. And the estimates there were from the country, by extrapolation, 45,000 Americans had died by early summer, and this was put to the United States in a lawsuit. And so the understanding would be that this could be an underreporting relationship of about 5, 5. So the thought is, well, maybe COVID-19 is a bit more of something that's on people's minds. So they're more likely to report it. And then this paper hit recently from Colombia. Pantas is the first author, and they have a data from February to August of 2021 and listen to this estimate of death where they basically have said, and it by a temporal relationship that these are vaccine associated deaths, the number is a 146 to 187,000 individuals in this independent report from Columbia using census and vaccine record data. I can tell you, it's not a surprise to me when you ask in a big crowd who knows somebody who's died of the vaccine. These numbers actually are cohesive. They cooperate one another. This is worse than a war. This is worse than a war. I don't see how the medical establishment is going to possibly say they're sorry to Americans after this. This vaccine program with this mortality rate and this permanent disability rate and the fact that cases are surging. It's obvious the vaccines have completely failed at stopping COVID-19. We have record numbers of cases right now. We've had more cases and deaths since the start of the vaccine program than before we had vaccines. We were better off before.

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Is There a Correlation Between a 'Leaky' Vaccine and Higher COVID Transmission?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Is There a Correlation Between a 'Leaky' Vaccine and Higher COVID Transmission?

"So I want to ask you a question here. United States, according to the news, reports more than 325,000 new COVID cases, the highest single day increase during the entire pandemic. We are also saying that we're the most vaccinated we've been. Do you think there's a correlation between a potential leaky vaccine and higher transmission or the virus kind of continuing to be spread? Is there a correlation between the two? Well, our our public health officials announced this summer that the vaccines were not stopping transmission of delta. So we had a paper by farron halt. We had one by then cut a Krishna and we had a wedding in Houston where they all vaccinated they spread it, a cruise bustle from the military and the UK they spread it. Now we have countless examples cruise ships, military vessels, locked down groups of people. And they spread COVID to one another fully vaccinated. I think everyone should know the vaccines don't stop people from spreading COVID-19. That should be obvious to everyone. So with that backdrop, we now have data from the United States from Denmark and from South Africa all showing with uma cron. The most recent variant over 70% are fully vaccinated. All of the crime and what we're seeing right now of those record numbers of cases, it must be driven by the fully vaccinated. We have 200 million Americans in the United States have taken the vaccine. The CDC says of October, that we have a 146 million Americans that have already had COVID. There's only 330 million Americans in the country. So there's nowhere to go. You can't say it's a problem of the unvaccinated anymore. It's clearly driven by the vaccinated.

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Dr. Peter McCullough Describes the 'Clean the Nose' Protocol for COVID

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough Describes the 'Clean the Nose' Protocol for COVID

"Just, I want to focus on one thing you mentioned because you said it quickly and we have some new listeners and we have some listeners that are just beginning to get exposed to this doctor because you've been in this sense the very beginning and some of this we kind of get so used to saying we act as if everyone's heard it. Just be very specific about the cleaning of the nose protocol because that is new for some people to hear. Okay, we clean the nose with what's called viral treatment. Now, that's papa Don iodine. Also known as bed at 9. It comes in a bottle. It's a brown iodine solution. It always comes in a 10% solution, which is standard. So look for better dynasty brand name of it. Povidone iodine. And then you take a half a teaspoon of that, mix it in a shot glass of water, 1.5 ounces. And then take a bulb syringe or a spray bottle and spray it way up in the nose and you gotta snip it back and choke on it a little bit and then spit it out. That's actually washes the back of the nose. That kills the virus on contact. You'll actually see the fever go down. It really cleans out the sinuses. And it works for other colds and sinus infections. I tell you, I'm not going to ever suffer with the cold again. Now that I've learned this, you know, sinus doctors have been doing this for years. Once I started talking to Dennis and sinus doctors, I think, yeah, we've been doing this forever. I go, what? They said, yeah, and now it turns out the studies are clear. There's a meta analysis by Chopra, randomized trial by chowder at this. It's clear it works. It's unequivocal that it works. And the bottom line is we can kill the virus edit source. We know what the Alma cron variant is multiplying 70 times faster than delta. We're talking a massive explosion in the nose. That's where the fever is coming from, even if there's not much nasal congestion, hit it up in the nose, it really

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:56 min | 5 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Helpful. To myself and to my family, talk about what you've been finding, especially in the last couple of weeks when it comes to all Macron. You know, you go to the NIH website and basically when you really read it carefully, if someone were to get COVID and is not vaccinated, basically the NIH website says go home and just wait till the symptoms get bad enough and go to the hospital. What have you found to be talk about the importance of early intervention and early treatments? So I really believe in some ways we have a pandemic of the untreated. It's true. One time just to put this in a vignette, I was giving a public program in West Texas and one of the public directors showed up. And this is in the summertime. And once I finished my presentation, just giving the data on treatment, he made the comment. He said, well, I want to say that 85% of people in the hospital are unvaccinated. And I said, well, how many of these people receive monoclonal antibodies? The treatment you're responsible for is the public object. It says, well, I don't know that. I said, well, you know, vaccines don't treat the problem. It's pretty obvious. The monoclonal antibodies do. Why don't you know how many people received monoclonal antibodies? Well, let me tell you, I've looked at the literature of people hospitalized. It's basically a function of people not getting treatment. The vast majority of people hospitalized and those who die, get little or no early treatment. That's the issue, not the vaccines, not masks, or hand sanitizer. It's actually about people receiving treatment. If we didn't treat people for pneumococcal pneumonia, they'd end up in the hospital. If we didn't treat people early for influenza, they'd all end up in the hospital. If we didn't treat people for chlamydia and Michael plasma in the money, the theme should be pretty clear here. For acute respiratory infections, they must be treated early at home. And so this is really the fundamental problem is that our agencies have fallen flat on addressing outpatients of COVID-19. So myself and people in my groups the association of American physician and sergeant stepped in big early on fully support earlier treatment, then came frontline critical care consortium that American frontline doctors and then finally a tooth of health foundation. So listen, there are four organizations. They fully support early treatment. Early treatment involves starting in the nose, starting in the nose. It's not a hand infection. Everybody should know. And people have put in hand sanitizer on. Like, it's a hand infection. Do you know people have there been scenes in Europe where there's spraying the sidewalk? It's not a sidewalk infection. People are spraying stadium seats. It's not a stadium seat infection. It's an infection in the nose. So we actually have to decontaminate the nose. I hate to be so common sense approach, but this has to be done. So now there's 9 studies showing thousands of patients that if we actually use a povidone iodine or that actually is a virus in the nose, we can marketly reduce the incidence of infections and reduce the spread and then reduce the severity of symptoms. This really matters, the lead compound is povidone iodine or Betadine the brown iodine solution. It's available on Amazon, I think, for $5, probably no more than $10, buy a bottle of it. And then you take half a teaspoon, put it in a shot glass and put a one and a half ounces of water in a shot glass and then take a bulb syringe or spray bottle spray it up the nose, sniff it back and spit it out the throat. That's what does it do it twice on each side, do it twice a day for prevention, particularly after you go out, go to parties. I know people like you, I tell you probably go out and have a good time as a young person. When you come home, make sure you do that because you could have the virus in your nose. Now, in acute treatment, like right now, I have scans of people in their 70s and 80s. I haven't do it every four hours. And so that zaps the source of the fever right at the source. The source is in the nose. And people all want to take pills. The first thing they ask is, where can I take a pill? I said, listen, the problem is in the nose. Zap the nose. And I learned about this late. I had COVID-19 myself last year in 2020. It literally baked in my nose for three days. I didn't do anything. I was so stupid. And then it invaded my lungs. No wonder, it's because I didn't do anything. And so what I learned through these randomized trials, they most of them broke in 2021 to be fair. Is that we must zep it early in the nose must. And so everybody must do this. Everything else is secondary to actually treating it in the nose. Everybody wants to get into vitamin D or supplements. Those are fine. Sure, we recommend zinc, vitamin D vitamin crs of ten. And over the counter and essay called famotidine and viral replication. But if we had those 6 things and we focused on decontamination in the nose, we'd be in great shape. Beyond that, we just, we've heard about president Trump getting Regeneron, monoclonal antibodies, the senior governor Abbott, the vaccines didn't work for him. He was saved by monoclonal antibody fusion podcaster, Joe Rogan. I went 15 rounds with him and the man cave and he told me about getting Regeneron. Aaron Rodgers who apparently mentioned me on his podcast that I missed it because I was on with you guys, but Aaron received monoclonal antibodies. That's called the McCulloch protocol that is leading off with this idea that we start to do things in sequence. And then after that, it's pretty easy. We can use if we can't use monoclonal antibodies, we use hydroxychloroquine, supported by over 300 studies. How did 25% impact Ivermectin supported by over 60 studies, but over 70% impact, we don't have favipiravir in the United States, but they use it in Russia and in Japan. We're going to have the Pfizer drug combination of a kinase like three inhibitor plus per ton of air and older protease inhibitor by 80% impact and then the Merck drug looks pretty weak. While panavia seems to be like favier Vera 30% impact, we use those combined with azithromycin doxycycline. We use and help you decide throughout randomized trial stoic trial, 80% reduction in risk of hospitalization. We use oral colchicine throughout about a 25% risk reduction in hospitalization and also in mortality. And then we use oral prednisone on day 5 or pulmonary symptoms, aspirin, all the way through out because the blood then in fact, 325 milligrams, high risk patients, nursing home patients, people in wheelchairs, people immobilized. I use blood thinners right away. Don't let the blood clots even form. We use injectable muffin ox or oral blood. This is called sequence multidrug therapy for COVID-19. It's the state of the art. There can be additional things added or subtracted, but I'm telling you this approach applied to people over age 50 with medical problems over 65 and everybody would basically reduce the risk of hospitalization and death by at least 85%. I've given that underscored testimony. I think now if the better drugs honestly, we could probably prevent over 95% of hospitalizations. It should be a rare person who gets hospitalized after they receive very comprehensive outpatient treatment. The treatment always pulls people through. Well, doctor so many different ways I want to follow up with it. The obvious, I just have to say it out loud. It's criminal that we aren't doing this. You have saved lives. You have helped me help other people save their life. I have a dear friend. I'm not going to say his name. He's in the ministry. He suffers from a muscular condition. He's over 500 pounds. Does not have use of lung function. Let's just say he wouldn't be able to walk across the room like you and you and I would. He got COVID called me up. I put on the McCulloch protocol or the Joe Rogan routine, whatever it is. Blood oxygen level never went below 96. No hospitalization necessary. We did get him in for monoclonal earlier than some might have recommended just because of his condition, but unvaccinated and the protocol worked..

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"dr peter" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"dr peter" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show honored truly to have with us today someone that I considered to be the captain of the a team of team reality, someone that I've looked up to throughout the last year. Doctor Peter McCullough and instead of me doing his bio for him, I'll let him introduce himself to all of you, doctor thank you so much for joining the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. So I'm doctor Peter mccullen's. It's a great pleasure to join the show. I'm busy treating COVID patients. I'm a practicing internist and cardiologist and like all good internists and medical specialists. I treat COVID patients because it's the biggest problem that we have right now in medicine. And I am a board certified in both specialties. I spent about half my time in practice and then half my time in research. I'm an author and editor in clinical researcher. A frequent news commentator provide my commentary both in written and in verbal as well as a screen presentation. So I was on the news national news three times yesterday for national audiences. And so I'm one of the few doctors that you'll see on TV on the Internet that actually sees patients that is actually published on COVID-19. Am I advice has been relied upon by the U.S. Senate multiple house center, many courts around the nation. And I'm considered in my field and considered one of the most published people in academic medicine I've over a 650 peer reviewed publications in the literature, very high age index, meaning my papers have had big impact. And in COVID-19, we need all the expertise we can because it's all about exchanging scientific ideas to help guide us out of this

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Who Is Dr. Peter McCullough?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Who Is Dr. Peter McCullough?

"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show honored truly to have with us today someone that I considered to be the captain of the a team of team reality, someone that I've looked up to throughout the last year. Doctor Peter McCullough and instead of me doing his bio for him, I'll let him introduce himself to all of you, doctor thank you so much for joining the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. So I'm doctor Peter mccullen's. It's a great pleasure to join the show. I'm busy treating COVID patients. I'm a practicing internist and cardiologist and like all good internists and medical specialists. I treat COVID patients because it's the biggest problem that we have right now in medicine. And I am a board certified in both specialties. I spent about half my time in practice and then half my time in research. I'm an author and editor in clinical researcher. A frequent news commentator provide my commentary both in written and in verbal as well as a screen presentation. So I was on the news national news three times yesterday for national audiences. And so I'm one of the few doctors that you'll see on TV on the Internet that actually sees patients that is actually published on COVID-19. Am I advice has been relied upon by the U.S. Senate multiple house center, many courts around the nation. And I'm considered in my field and considered one of the most published people in academic medicine I've over a 650 peer reviewed publications in the literature, very high age index, meaning my papers have had big impact. And in COVID-19, we need all the expertise we can because it's all about exchanging scientific ideas to help guide us out of this

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85% of COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided, Says Dr. Peter McCullough

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:11 min | 5 months ago

85% of COVID Deaths Could Have Been Avoided, Says Dr. Peter McCullough

"Peter McCullough with Joe Rogan saying that 85% of deaths attributed to COVID-19 could have been prevented with early treatment. Play cut 38. I testified in the U.S. Senate, November 19th, 2020, I told Americans under oath, that 50% of the lives at that time could have been saved. We are at about 250,000 deaths. Based on what I do, I then testified on March 10th, 2021 in the Texas Senate. Sworn testimony, I upped 85% of the deaths could have been avoided. We know that, because we carried out studies we did one with Procter and douse Fort Worth, where we demonstrated that even the early primordial protocols before the monolith coronal antibodies when we used drugs in combination, were associated with 85% reductions in hospitalizations and deaths compared to fair compared to our groups in for death we used the trichina area in DFW averages age adjusted. How often do you hear that on your mainstream news? 85% reduction in deaths, hospitalizations, and what he's saying is exactly what we've been saying. Ivermectin Z PAC, zinc, IVs, aspirin, potential oxygen supplement, vitamin D and if necessary, monoclonal antibodies. Imagine

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Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 8 months ago

Americans Deserve the Truth About Peter Daszak and Anthony Fauci

"Does that say for our public. Health officials that someone like peter desk is able to insert himself is able to put himself into what is supposed to be a scientific journal and published a statement that covers his own interests but actually have has lose focus on china and focus on masks or vaccines are mass inoculation. The wuhan institute of veracity received six hundred thousand dollars from a five year three million plus grant that vanity fair said eko health alliance. Stop from wire. Where did they get it from the us national institute of allergy and infectious diseases. Which is headed up by tony. Thoug- so tony. She gave dacix the money to the eco health. Alliance the echo health alliance. Then gave it to the wuhan into the variety and they're they're then trading love letters like pen pals in their email saying hey thanks pal for covering our back year because we don't want people to know that we were actually involved in pushing the natural order in putting science of above morality that actually ended up having a leak which is now infected. The entire planet. Dr peter data if you go to ito eko health alliance dot org. It shows this long bio from him. And you start to realize that this man might have the disguise or the camouflage of being a medical doctor with dr. peter. Dasent is the ultimate mad evil. Scientists is the man behind the man that coordinates all of the things that foul. She can't do because technically he's restrained as being a government. Employee data is able to call the prime ministers of other countries. He's able to orchestrate lockdown type programs.

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Peter Daszak: The Man Behind Anthony Fauci

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 8 months ago

Peter Daszak: The Man Behind Anthony Fauci

"We are governed by currently in this era of public health. Put that in quotes lockdowns and draconian drank draconian ism by a group of people that was largely unknown a couple of years ago but they have come to the forefront and have more power than any other people in the history of domestic american policy. One of those people is dr peter desk. Dr peter dasent is the villain behind the villain. Is the man behind foudy. Now many people ask the question. How is it that they spied on. Donald trump the same playbook that they used spy on donald trump. And go after lieutenant general. Michael flynn is precisely the same playbook that they use to launch this fraudulent campaign saying that the chinese corona virus came from the himalayas. It came from some bat soup. I'm reading from the daily mail dot com. It was revealed earlier last year. That peter desk a british scientists with longstanding links to the wuhan institute of variety had secretly orchestrated in landmark statement in the lancet in february two thousand twenty which attacked conspiracy theories suggesting the cove in one thousand nine does not have a natural origin. The now infamous letter signed by twenty-seven seven public health experts said they stood together to strongly condemn the theories that which they said quote do nothing but create fear rumours and prejudice. See that there. You have medical scientists telling us that it creates prejudice. They also lavished praise on chinese scientists. Who said they worked. Diligently and effectively to rapidly identified a pathogen behind this outbreak and share. Their results transparently the global health community. But now the lancet which is the top level of medical discourse and publication said near agreeing to publish an alternative commentary which discusses the possibility that laboratory research might have played a role in the emergence of the sars kobe to ouchi chinese corona virus. The scientists say quote. They need to evaluate all the hypotheses on a rational basis and away their likelihood based on facts evidence devoid speculation concerning potential and possible political impacts in february two thousand twenty. They even add that that statement in part of a silencing effect on the wider scientific debate. Yeah no kidding. Because peter dasent inserted themselves under orders from bouchier he is the pulp fiction equivalent of mr wolf.

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FDA Official Hopeful Younger Kids Can Get Shots This Year

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

FDA Official Hopeful Younger Kids Can Get Shots This Year

"The head of the food and drug administration's vaccine program says he's very helpful younger children will be eligible for cobra vaccines before year's end Dr Peter marks of the FDA tells the Associated Press the agency will quickly evaluate Kobe nineteen shots for kids ages five to eleven as soon as it gets the necessary testing data but he says he's very hopeful it could happen in months or even weeks both by Saran materna are testing vaccines on young children even babies with study results expected soon right now only people aged twelve and over can get a vaccine but with the delta variant spreading rapidly among children many parents are getting concerned Jackie Quinn Washington

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COVID-19 Detection in Masks and Wearables

Talking Biotech Podcast

02:14 min | 10 months ago

COVID-19 Detection in Masks and Wearables

"Our guest. Today is dr peter godwin. He's from the institute of biologically inspired engineering. Which sounds like a really cool really cool place to work. Yeah welcome to the podcast newman. Thank you yes so this is really cool. Because anyone who's listening to the podcast understands cove in nineteen the pandemic and many of the health implications that we've seen come from it. How important is early detection in solving a pandemic Well devon. I think that most epidemologists have told as it's an essential part of our toolbox for doing with the spread of a pandemic and especially early on in a pandemic and throughout epidemic that still raging the one that we have right now. You really need to understand where the the virus spreading and quickly it spreading so that you can implement a measures to kind of tamp down that spread such as a social measures as well as technical technology measures such as vaccines Things of that sort. So surveillance is key in Trying to prevent the virus from spreading in so currently were doing tests of this kind of surveillance but how is that being done right now and is that really enough shirts so right now there's two main ways of doing testing for individuals. One is the gold standard and that is something called. Pcr so a pr tests or rtp. Cr test basically takes the virus from an individual sample such as you know nasal swab that we've seen People get and what it does. Amplifies up that genomic signature of the virus. So you're actually looking at the viral genome and you're amplifying it up so that you can test it. Unfortunately this again. This is the gold standard but unfortunately required a laboratory. So you need a you need a technician And it it's it. It takes quite some time for that sample to go to the laboratory laboratory to process the samples and then information back out

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"dr peter" Discussed on Reefer MEDness

Reefer MEDness

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter" Discussed on Reefer MEDness

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"dr peter" Discussed on Reefer MEDness

Reefer MEDness

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter" Discussed on Reefer MEDness

"There's only about two or three but The fact is you know that's great example of like you know as as growing up in school they'd be teaching us of this bullshit about cannabis like the causes a motivational syndrome. And then at home like not believe the luminaries that would be like sharing joint with my dad and having these like brilliant discussions and like he doesn't cause a motivational syndrome and that's a perfect example of like high learned at an early age that was all propaganda and none of it was true and learned first of all to think for myself. Second of all that you know cannabis is not what they're telling us. It is in third of all that you know you just after You'd have to figure these things out on your own because there's so many different agendas when it comes to something like this. In by the time. I started medical school. I felt very immune to a lot of the drug were propaganda that unfortunately made up our curriculum in medical school about about cannabis. Thank you so we fast forward through medical school. And now you're out on the other side now you you. You had mentioned your your book about opioid addiction. Now we've weak. Opioid addiction to cannabis. Comes up on our podcast. Actually quite a bit now. I know it's an enormous topic but Can you tell us a few sort of a summary of an enormous topic about cannabis and helping people get off of opioids absolutely. I consider there to be five different ways in which cannabis could help people get off. Opiates only one of which is controversial. Why they're controversial but only one which i consider controversial. I mean first of all you can transition people who are on chronic. Opiates therapy off of opiates onto cannabis has to be voluntary You shouldn't be taking. Opiates away from anybody. People have a right to pain medication to stand the. Opiates if that's what they prefer. But you know i find. The quality of life is much better on cannabis for the people who make the transition and it's it's arguably much safer so that's number one number two i start new chronic pain patients on canvas instead of opiates because it's as defective in much safer so that decreases the people who are at risk from opiates if the chronic pain is very severe you might need. Opiates because opiates are stronger than cannabis. But for the mild to moderate chronic. Pain did for example many americans who are getting more rotund older arthritic are suffering from I can't relate any of those neither can i The third thing that you can lower the dose of opiates using cannabis because they work on the same receptors and studies have shown you over the dose of opiates By about eighty percent. And that's really important because a lot of the trouble yet into the. Opiates overdoses and dependency and constipation. Mental status changes happens to be dose related. so he it'll go where the dosing be by up to eighty percent. That's the big win number. Four and i could vouch for this both from personal experience and from the studies that are out there is at cannabis is probably the best drug for opiate withdrawal syndromes and. We're talking before you mentioned. You had heard of that well on your your clinical experience. And you know that's a really big deal. If it keeps people retains people in treatment the only one that's controversial is whether cannabis can serve the same function as methadone and be pornography in as medication four opiate use disorder as substitution treatment for opiate use disorder. Now i know of thousands of patients that have told me if they're successful use of cannabis to transition out of their opiate addiction in consider cannabis a gateway drug out of addiction yet at the same time. there's hardcore evidence that buprenorphine and methadone to fifty to eighty percent reduction. Overdoses and deaths When people who are suffering from opiate use disorder. and we don't have that data yet for cannabis. It needs to be studied. And i wouldn't be surprised if we found that however we don't have that yet so given that we have the data for buprenorphine and methadone and don't have the data for cannabis. It just doesn't seem right to recommend a treatment when it's life or death where we don't have data when we could be recommending a treatment. Were we do have the data again. If i treat your mic agreeing with medical cannabis and it doesn't work you get a migraine not the end of the world. But if i treat your opiate use sorter and it doesn't work you could overdose or die so it's better to stick until we have the data to the proven the proven treatments. So again i think in the as i mentioned absolutely helpful To lessen are dependent on. Opiates which will thus Help with the opioid crisis but the fifth one is still a work in progress. Asked think that The novel tabloids. That were just starting to learn about you. Know the cbgb's he'd see eight or the delta atc's zbc's teach which control weight loss blood. Sugar fasting blood sugar Potentially help us with this epidemic of obesity diabetes. Which i see every day is a primary care. Physician think these things are profoundly. Exciting some concern that like with cbd. The enthusiasm in the marketing is going to soar high above the actual science. So if to keep an eye on that. But i think there's such untapped unbelievable unlimited potential for us to exploit the endo cannabinoid system and all of these cab for health purposes in wellness purposes again. I mentioned this before but bears repeating. This is a incredible incredibly setting time to be involved in this field in like every day i wake up and i'm like wow what am i gonna read about. Today's really fun thank you. Dr didn't spoon. So i know this has been a bit of a disjointed interview. But i'll wrap up by asking. What's there was there anything else you you wished i'd asked and anything else you you think. Our listeners really need to know about cannabis medicinally or otherwise. Just said you know just like any medication. There's no free lunch like there are risks that like we don't know the safety in pregnancy or breastfeeding. So it probably should be avoided unless there no other options. That's true for a lot of medications that a primary care. Doctor really cautious about any medication pregnancy or breastfeeding can. It's not excluded. People have to be careful with driving. Teens shouldn't be using it and it just the way i look at it is that the reason can't have mrs so safe is it. It's safer than whatever else would be using. I mean think of what else would be using for insomnia ambien or you know some tricyclic or some other sedative. Benzodiazepine i mean. Of course cannabis is safer for those or what else will be using for pain. Certainly safer than opiates. And then you'll get non steroidal. I mean if they don't give you an ulcer heart attack they're gonna kill your kidneys. So many patients in the seventies kidneys are slowly dying. There's all preventable. If they've been using a little bit of cannabis tincture all along. They wouldn't be having reno insufficiency. So i just think that it's important that people keep cannabis in context and i don't like oh cannabis advocates Dismissively dismissive reflexively dismiss any and all harm about cannabis because it does have harms. But you've gotta keep it in context it. There's no free lunch with.

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"dr peter" Discussed on Reefer MEDness

Reefer MEDness

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter" Discussed on Reefer MEDness

"He doesn't want to get to our head of the science. But but and this is like fun with trevor but what you did capture. Your interview is the five the five points he makes. I want people to really pay attention those. What are the first things he said in his five points was that you can't hold pain medication from someone back again in the eighties when i was starting over a nurse doing para medicine and working on ambulance and discussing paramedics should have analgesics on ambulances or not. The big debate was if someone has pain. The human should not have to live with pain right. That was the big thing so doctors at the pain scale. I can remember being at this conference with our medical director and the owner of the ambulance. He was the ordering. The ambulance is about ten years on me so he would have been. I think in those days he was in his late forties. I would have been in my early late thirties. And he came up to the doctor after the after the presentation and said you know what their presentation said is that i have the right not to live with pain so i can remember from that point forward and again in practice. How the pain scale. How people were always given injections for pain. People weren't expected live with pain. So we and he saying here. Peter dr greenspan spoon is basically saying that people have the right to have medications. But should it be. Oprah should should be the first choice and i like how he says that chronicle therapy you might be able to augment it with cannabis and the results that he's had people with chronic pain cannabis can be used instead of. Opiates if if it's a chronic pain you don't maybe need all that. Opiates and what he's finding is if you do give people cannabis with zero bits. They're using less. Opiates now without getting too far ahead. You've also done another interview which we're going to talk about where that also comes up in the re- in the research that they're finding that actually not just clinical observations but actual clinical research is. The suggestion that cannabis cannabis can be used in conjunction with. Opiates so it's something that opioid sperry and the other thing since we're and he'll talk about it more but just it's worth mentioning his people you know doctors. What do they know about opioid addiction. So if you're one of those grins spoons again man. Because unfortunately it's very common in healthcare in general as we talked about much addictions in in the healthcare professions we raised. This is fairly common and dr grins. Boone is openly saying that was him to he literally has booked free refills. The doctor confronts his addiction. So dr gordon spoon no knows from firsthand experience about opioid addiction. And what it takes to treat it and then knows all sort of the medical stuff around as well so again could couldn't be a better guy to talk to a than the doctrines and again in the science here and the whole the whole science of the methadone program. What did you have discussed this before. And i don't remember who actually gave me the definition. It could have been a conversation. I had but i always always you know in the north. We have the methadone program. Methadone the the soapbox boxing program what people come. And i have to observe them and i give them. They have a lock box and go away with the lock box but i was. You know just transferring the addictions from the opium to this this minor. Opiate suboxone but again. What was what i was taught. Is that because people are able to get some relief with the suboxone. We can harm reduction. Put them on a on a milder. Opiates suboxone and keep them away from the opiates. That will kill them. What he's saying that he doesn't necessarily know yet how. Opiates how how cannabis can help there. But he is saying that there might be an opportunity for that. And i think there's the research coming i think that's number five on his list. How what let. How let grins booed do his thing. That we'll come back and shirt and we'll talk about that talk about this okay so without further ado dr peter. Grins spoon slightly disjointed interview. Dr it really good talk dr. Grins food usually. I start by asking people about you. Know how they got interested in cannabis. But i'm going to start a little further back. I'm gonna start with your dad lester. He was sort of a pioneer after not loving candidates. He sort of a pioneer in the cannabis world. Can you tell me a little bit about him. Yeah unfortunately he passed away about four months ago this summer. But he was a a giant in the cannabis field. He initially was anti cannabis as many psychiatrists war back then and unfortunately are today until he did. A deep dive into the literature Partially because he had a disagreement with a friend of his and partially because he was gonna write a book about it and when he did a deep dive into literature that the scale sort of fell from his eyes and he realized that most of the research was just dedicated to finding harms supported by the us government. in that. When you really look at it there wasn't much house of cards. Upon which the whole argument for making illegal for prohibition in that cannabis if you look at the big picture was had been used for thousands of years safely's medicine and Was relatively nontoxic and what really impressed him with. The the harms prohibition were so much more than the harms of actually using cannabis that he wrote his book. Nineteen thousand nine hundred. Seventy one marijuana reconsidered very well received. It was reviewed in the front page of the new york times book review when it came out very strongly in favor of legalization at that point in the united states support for legalisation Was about twelve percent. And i think in partly student my dad's steadfast advocacy for fifty years now. The support for legalization is about sixty seven percent so He literally has been involved for fifty years in legalization movement. And because of that. I've been involved in this issue my entire life. Thank you and that goes nicely into the mackey from high on homegrown and said i should really ask you about he About carl sagan. Being involved in teaching you to read is is that is that true. Yeah if you pick up a copy of my memoir free refills. A doctor confronts his addiction. 'cause i'm in recovery from opioid addiction. I talk a lot about growing up with carl sagan my living room in this perpetual cloud of marijuana smoke but it You know he and my dad were always having these and there's a picture my twitter profile of me sitting on carl. Sagan's lapin him teaching me to read. I always joke about. How is teaching him to read. But in actuality houston humidity but.

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"dr peter" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"And what the should do in the government should do studies on it. The legitimate studies is is it unhealthy for human being to drive in electric car. I think that's what he goes out. You know absolutely and that's one of the studies that are found. They're kinda scared. Me was that Burma towel nineteen ninety. Lifted chick embryos and they expose them to these types of magnetic fields that you'd see electric motors and batteries and then show that those chick embryos had developmental no maladies and then in two thousand and two to california department of health of all the states By study by leah towel. Put the stated that there's possibly more miscarriages upon exposure to sustained electromagnetic fields and there's concerns about infertility and the exposure the field. This is the bottom line is that we need to look at this. Further the world health organization has had letters for many scientists around the world asking them to please look at this more before we start converting large swath of cars electric. We need to know what effects has on our frail. You know human bodies sitting inside this box basically like a microwave wifi bluetooth. Ems and what is it doing long term so before we move forward. I think we really need to have transparency and has more research that This is this broadcast today. Sunday make sure. Wabc radio people have that forbes article and whatever article listen put it on our website so people want more information about the health factor of driving an electric car. Then let let them have access to their those. Those articles absolutely. I'm to supply them with the link to the united nation report on The electric cars and also the forbes article and You know they can read and basically The more i look into this more questions. I have so i think we just need transparency to keep the public safe and make sure that we know everything about it before we go ahead and sit under a giant electromagnetic deal with our families children's for our. I don't want to buy a. I won't buy a home underneath the alpine insana. No absolutely again. I don't have you know No proprietary interest in any of these things. But i just want people to be safe and also it's about national security and everybody talks about climate change. The united states is only a small part of it. We can do all the things and stopped using oil and damage our economy but the rest of the world is still using all these different things. And you know we're not the major polluters of the world and we need to also look at the big picture and our national security. Well i tell that to the people that all forty the paris climate program. And you know what i say to them. Why do we have to comply with it. The united states in today or tomorrow morning and the chinese don't have to comply to twenty thirty five. Who is chinese. Have five times the amount of population and they ought to be polluters. And why do we have to compete tomorrow morning. I mean it's sounds daunting me. But i want to thank you. Dr peter me hallows For coming on. And telling the american people the truth and anybody. That wants dr peter. It's pr peter at wabc.

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"dr peter" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The tear film and then goes down into our tear duct into our sinuses. So even places where they're strict mass orders like california. There's no lot an increased number of cases. It's not just breathing. It in this thing probably also enters into the eye and as we discussed the new variants the be one one seven from the united kingdom and the south african strain are far more contagious because the virus mutates because it wants to live so i want to jump from human-to-human the more people that are vaccinated where it can survive then. That's what herd immunity. Does it basically stops in his tracks and it doesn't have any susceptible humans to jump to so that's why So i used a sunglasses or or those yellow glasses or Of some fake a blank classes when walking so they don't get into is recommended to. Yeah absolutely that's why. Oslo workers wear face shields and And goggles because in addition when the wind or it's carried in the air it at least that some type of barrier to be stopped on the front surface of the classes. And also i tell the audience not to wear masks that have one way about the painting. Thousands of the bike shop mass. Because if you have it every time you exhale your viewing the virus on people. So that's why. I recommend that people get real matthew better off with close mask with a valve that has an acceleration vow so we don't spread spread the virus not to meet. Hello thank you for the update. We'll talk to you during the week during me Cats at night hour on. Wabc radio at five o'clock. We'll talk to you again during the week. Thank you john. Thank you always getting the truth. Out to the people on the frontlines. Thank you and what audience wants to contact dr. dr peter at wabc radio dot com. Thank you again. And god bless america..

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"dr peter" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr peter" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the CASS roundtable trunk Katzman TD's here, Sunday morning, and usually we have Dr Peter Meals with us our in house genius, and usually we talked about the virus but today speaking to Dr Me Halos. He's concerned about people driving electric is and he wants to talk about the morning talk to me for most how are you today morning John Good Morning, cats roundtable audience we had discussion last week, and I said that the American people should know about this that you were concerned that people driving electric cars there might be some medical issues What is that? Well, the concern is that you're driving. Under a giant electro magnetic field. When you're on a single motorcars, some of the newer electric cars actually have four individual motors that are generating electro, magnetic field and addition you have the battery and whenever you have electrical current, that's flowing through a a wire, you create an electromagnetic field. So in addition to the battery, there's also an on board computer, and in addition to that, there is Wi fi bluetooth. And when you think about it, a metal car is. Like. A faraday cage Faraday cage.

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