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The Democrat Party's Obsession With 'Inclusive Language Guides'
"With alcohol use disorder. The NIH style guide meanwhile advises people to say gender affirmation or gender confirmation rather than sex change. They should similarly avoid the term hermit aphrodite and should never misgender someone I'm quoting them which is using a word or address that does not correctly reflect the gender identity of the transgender or gender diverse person. Of course when it comes to conservatives I point out Republicans and Trump supporters let the hate speech fly nothing's off limits but the Biden administration has developed guidelines. I'm just showing you how what's taking place here under the Democrat Party. The Biden administration has developed guidelines and directives to be implemented government -wide that officially change words and language throughout the democracy. Quote, the agency's terms and pronoun lists stem from an executive order Biden signed on his first day in office. They called for a comprehensive approach to advance equity for all throughout the federal government. Each agency, writes the Beacon, must assess whether and to what extent its programs and policies perpetuates systemic barriers to opportunities and benefits for people of color and other underserved groups. According to Executive Order 13985. Biden followed up with another executive order further advancing racial equity, which calls for a whole of government approach to embed equity in all aspects of federal decision making. In other words, embed Marxism. Even in the FAA, the Federal Aviation Administration tasked with focusing on traffic safety. They must comply, quote, the language we use in
A highlight from MARGARET ARANDA, MD, SPECIALIZES IN "LONG HAULER COVID," WHICH IS MOSTLY VAX INJURY
"Hello, this is the Surviving Healthcare Podcast, and I have my great friend and colleague, Margaret Aranda, to tell us about her adventures in California healthcare and her career and so on. And so it's quite a story and I'll let her go have at it. Tell us first about your professional background, Margaret. It's quite impressive. It eclipses mine by a great deal. Thank you. Well, you know, I was never the smartest one in the class, but I grew up as a little mom to six siblings. So I cooked and cleaned and did everything by the time I was 13. I made my first Thanksgiving dinner. So I grew up with a lot of common sense and a very strong work ethic. So I think that helped me a lot to excel in my clinicals and the academic was I had to study hard. I didn't have a photographic memory like so many doctors in our medical school classes, right? But I got accepted to Oral Roberts University Medical School. And then when it closed down, I transferred to USC. So I graduated USC Medical School and then did internships there, including two rotations in the jail ward. And then I did anesthesia my first couple of years, transferred out, completed anesthesia residency at Stanford, and then they liked me. So I stayed and I liked them. So I stayed on for a critical care fellowship as one of three in the country who competed for the positions. Then my first job was as a attending assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania. I ended up being in three departments. I wrote three million in NIH grants and worked on collaborative research with Johannes Gutenberg University in Maine, Germany, and then I was chief of the Department of Anesthesiology at the Philadelphia VA during 9 -11. After that, my dad got Alzheimer's, so I came back to California as UCLA faculty and director of the surgical intensive care unit as a staff anesthesiologist at the West Los Angeles VA. Then as you know, my daughter and I were in a tragic car accident. I spent 12 years bedridden with a traumatic brain injury. I was very unable to walk or talk. I had dysautonomia very severely. I could not stand up without fainting. Nobody knew what it was, so the doctors thought I was pretending. I had a near -death experience and God let me come back, even though he gave me permission to go into that cloud in the sky to heaven. So then I came back to inherit a pain clinic. I assumed an existing pain clinic with patients already on a lot of different high -dose medications. I tapered everybody down over three to four years and also during the last three years was extremely grateful that I learned how to use ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, and polypharmacy to save with zero deaths over 2 ,500 patients. And then I got, in my opinion, I got targeted by the Medical Board of California. Of course.
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Facebook Censors Vaccine Damage Truth
"So Facebook censored anybody who spoke about damage of the vaccine. That I read to you that part. Interviews with react 19 members react 19 is the organization of people damaged by the vaccine started by this woman who was still not even anti vaccine. It's very hard to change liberals mind. That was a part of my first hour. Interviews with react 19 members and emails they shared with me, that's Alicia findlay of The Wall Street Journal. That public health authorities haven't been transparent about these adverse effect events. Officials privately expressed concern to patients but kept mom about the issue in public and failed to keep promises to investigate the side effects thoroughly. Miss dressing, though the woman who started these groups says NIH officials were initially solicitous. They brought at least a dozen patients like miss dressen to their facilities for tests and treatment as part of an informal study. Good that you are getting the word out. Doctor math, of the NIH, wrote to her June 27th, 2021. And then Alicia findlay writes, but the NIH did not get the word out.
How the Deep State Steers the Nation With Bryan Dean Wright
"See this thing recur again and again in these meetings, whatever the topic was. China, ISIS, what have you. I'd see very senior people. You mentioned the SIS, the senior intelligence service, who talk about a given issue, and never mention the name of the president, or what the president had just said about said issue and what are directions should be. For me, that's one of the definitions of the permanent bureaucracy of the deep state that we have people. Amen. In massive positions of power who think elections are irrelevant, I've been here for 20 years. I'll be here for another 5, ten years. I get to decide the direction of the nation. That's not how it should work, is it? Absolutely not. It's kind of like Fauci when he said, I am the science, right? These guys are saying, I am the Intel. You're listen to me that there are another voices that are relevant. Yeah, look, we used to call that sort of view as something that a traitor would have, right? Back in the 1990s, there was a guy named Aldrich Ames, who was a CIA officer, actually secretly working for the Soviets. He was arrested, the FBI asked him at the time why'd you do it? And he said, because I know what's best for this country's foreign policy. And I'm going to act on it. All right? So there's a guy who spied for the Soviets with this same idea of the world that now his senior officers with the CIA and the NSA and others that you're talking about. That's their view too. Andy, this permeated, not just the intelligence community, but we have guys like Fauci and the CDC at NIH and others who they believe that they know best and they're going to do whatever they want. Irrespective of the fact that that's not how it's supposed to work. So the deep state or the administrative state is real. It's been real for a long time, but it is absolutely metastasized. And that is going to be a huge challenge to fix.
What Journalist Heather Mullins Is Covering These Days
"Heather, what else what are you working on these days? What projects and what stories are you investigating? You know, I cover the election stuff is really my big one just because I'm so well versed in it. I know what they're doing. I know how they do it. So I feel like I'm ten steps ahead at this point. But you know, I cover everything else from the Twitter files to government censorship, but it's all sort of connected, right? Because everyone's seen a lot of this Twitter file stuff come out when it comes to coronavirus and the CDC, the NIH Fauci, but we haven't yet even touched the censorship of the election files. And we know that people like through the vote were banned off of Twitter right when they were doing all these investigations. So I'm really curious when Elon Musk is going to start revealing all of this censorship of the election project. That's a big deal. I hadn't thought of that. So he has not yet done that. In other words, there are there's information that he has not yet made. Exactly. And I think he's doing it strategically. The way he's releasing this because a lot of the people that believe in election fraud are typically more conservative, right? Because they've gotten it from sources like myself, but a lot of these people that shape their entire worldview from one hour evening of CNN are convinced it's the big lie. So you have this clear divide between groups of people, but people are starting to wake up to the censorship of the vaccine adverse reactions. The censorship of the effective treatments and when they realize how bad the government collusion was with big tech and media to censor those things and they realized that how corrupt and dangerous that is, I think the very next step is saying, well, maybe they actually did lie about the election fraud as well.
John Solomon: Bureaucracies Only Think of Their Own Existence
"Everything that you found, John, the obvious question is, why the hell? Now some have said that this was a way for U.S. government bureaucrats to do an end run around restrictions on research here in America, and they were just playing fast and loose by doing an end run. Do you have any theory or any evidence of why would they be doing this for years, John? Chad wolf, who I talked to yesterday former Homeland Security secretary. I think I had a very astute analysis, which is what happens is bureaucracy start to only think about their existence. Their success, their growth of their budget, the growth of their fame, and they don't think about national security anymore. And so NIH in its effort to claim glory on whatever projects they were working on, were willing to trade national security to advance the interests of their bureaucracy. That's why accountability to the political leadership and government is so important why our founding fathers wanted a smaller bureaucracy. Bureaucrats run wild as the explanation I've heard from a lot of people once I remember people doing their own things not considering the big picture of our own future security.
John Solomon Discusses China's Treaty Violations and the Wuhan Lab
"Is COVID origin secrets near the classification that in itself is exciting. Wuhan a lab's ties to China military burst into focus, talk to us about the latest things we need to know about our country, our government and the military biodefense lab in communist China, John. It's extraordinary. So no matter where we end up on whether the COVID-19 virus leaked from the lab or not, obviously the FBI energy department House intelligence committee Senate health committee all believe it did and growing other number of intelligence committees believe that. But here's the bigger question. No matter what happened with COVID-19, there is now irrefutable proof that the United States government has known since 2005 that China was violating its own treaties to not do offensive biological weapons they had an offensive biological weapons program. It was based in the Chinese People's Liberation Army at an entity called the academy of military medical sciences specifically the 5th institute. The State Department declared that in a document in 2005. Over the decade after they made that declaration, wide open evidence that the MMS that academy we just talked about was working with the Wuhan institute of virology, the place where we think the COVID-19 virus worked on. What were they working on? On Anthony Fauci's own site. On the NIH, you can find this. There was a study on anthrax. There was a study, a book, a book that said, coronaviruses as a class are going to be the leading edge of a new era of genetic warfare. That's the Chinese words, not mine. Those are the sort of things that were going on between scientists at the Wuhan institute of virology. And the academy of military medical sciences in China, the place that we said was the epicenter of an illicit bioweapons program, despite all that knowledge, despite all that evidence, no one in the intelligence committee, no one in the national Institutes of health. No one in the State Department stopped it. Millions of dollars flowed from U.S. agencies to the Wuhan institute of virology. And now we're hearing maybe also directly to the academy, the
Anthony Fauci Debates Himself on Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan
"This is Fauci on gain of function You're going to hear him in the beginning and then debating himself on the gain of function First he was categorical about it You're going to hear him on was it Newt Gingrich's podcast where he calls it a conspiracy theory the whole lab leak thing and then you're going to hear him in a later interview because you can't see You want to see go to my rumble account but you'll hear him in a later interview No no no I didn't say that I was always open to it No you called it a conspiracy theory Your words Not mine Again had tip Texas Lindsay check this out I don't know how many times I can say it madam chair We did not fund gain of function research to be conducted in the Wuhan institute of virology Anyway so let me just go on about NIH lifts funding pause on gain of function research That might be anticipated to create transfer or use enhanced potential pandemic pathogens I don't think this is going to be foolproof things are going to slip through Sorry that was the wrong one That's my fault That's not Jim's I haven't listened as one That was gain of function Where he takes the two completely seemingly opposite positions on the same thing Here he is on the lab leak theory doing the exact same thing You're going to hear him first again on newt's podcast Calling it a conspiracy theory And then at the same Anthony Fauci in a later interview basically challenging and debating himself take a listen I'm always have to laugh at that in the I mean that's totally bizarre First of all I wasn't leaning totally strongly one way or the other I've always kept an open mind As you know there's a sort of urban legend that there's a biological warfare center in Wuhan and that the coronavirus escaped from that Did you have any sense of where it probably came from I think ultimately we know that these things come from an animal reservoir I've heard these conspiracy theories And like well conspiracy theories they just conspiracy theories I wasn't leaning totally strongly one way or the other I've always kept an open mind
Gordon Chang and Trish Discuss the Origins of the Coronavirus
"Recent weeks, we have learned what you and I, I think we're talking about back in January of 2020, which was the Wuhan lab theory. We had certainly I think both heard from various sources that it was quite possible that the coronavirus originated in a lab in Wuhan. That theory that discussion as you well know, Gordon was shut down. Aggressively shut down and now it seems doctor Anthony Fauci may have been at the forefront of helping to shut that discussion down by commissioning a scientific study, which he basically was able to take a red pen to. Doctor Redfield, head of the CDC, was cut out of conversations because he felt it was possible it may have come from a Wuhan lab and I think he said the most devastating thing to him was when the Baltimore sun called him a racist because he suggested it might come from Wuhan. We know what we all went through. Why do you think that was? Why do you think there was such an aggressive attempt to say no, there's no way it came from the Wuhan institute of virology? My theory is that Doctor Fauci was trying to protect himself. So if we go back to 2014, the Obama administration imposed a moratorium on the federal funding of gain of function research in the United States. So what did Fauci do? He outsourced gain of function funding to a biological weapons lab in China, the Wuhan institute of virology. And he did that through the New York based echo health alliance. So echo health alliance with NIH money was actually funding gain of function on coronaviruses. So I think Fauci is a little bit concerned that the Chinese took what they learned from his funding and they were applying it and eventually ended up creating SARS CoV-2, the pathogen causing COVID-19.
Catherine Herridge Implies U.S. Government Paid for Research in Wuhan
"Catherine herridge is on CBS mornings today She's actually a great reporter She used to work for Fox And she's going at it a bit over these projects at China's Wuhan lops through the NIH and the USAID And I want you to listen to some of this if you would Cut 15 mister producer go Sources tell CBS News and investigation of this complexity could take at least 6 months to reach a conclusion about whether U.S. government agencies were billed twice for projects in Wuhan China The probe kicked off after new information came to light from Congress We are collecting evidence here And collecting facts Former federal investigator Diane cutler spent two decades combating white collar crime in healthcare fraud During the pandemic cutler turned her attention to U.S. government grants that supported coronavirus related research in China How many records have you viewed My collection is certainly well over 50,000 documents Records reviewed by CBS News indicate the U.S. government may have paid twice for projects at the Wuhan labs through the national Institutes of health and the U.S. agency Jesus sick So basically it was like pulling teeth to find that our government the Fauci and their hemorrhoids did in fact pay for these projects at the Wuhan lab Now the question isn't whether they pay by whether they pay twice Well I can see why they want to increase my taxes Can't you mister producer If they're not experimenting on beagles I guess they're doing this sort of thing
Rep. Debbie Lesko Weighs In on Fauci Cover-Up Shocker
"Me now, a woman on that congressional subcommittee that's investigating the origins of COVID. We have representative Debbie lesko, Republican from Arizona. Good to have you here. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. It's exciting. It's very important information. We need to get to the bottom of the truth. Well, we do. And so many people don't want to still, we just played a clip of Anthony Fauci speaking with The Boston Globe last week saying, look, we may never know the answer to which I'm like, well, yeah, you're not going to know the answer if you don't bother to do the investigation. Why is it that so many people were so quick, including Doctor Fauci to totally dismiss the idea that maybe it might have come from the Wuhan lab? You know, I don't know for sure. I can guess. I can make an educated guess. I think that Anthony Fauci and the NIH director at the time Francis Collins were concerned that the American people would find out that U.S. taxpayer dollars were being used to fund eco health alliance which in turn funded the Wuhan lab and there to this day denying that the grand funding was used for coronavirus research, even though other scientists believe that it is.
"nih" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Written four days after Fauci, and his Boston NIH Francis Collins held a call with four authors to discuss reports at COVID may have leaked from the Wuhan lab and quote may have been intentionally genetically manipulated. That sounds like a problem. The House oversight subcommittee published emails Sunday in which the paper's co author, doctor Christian Anderson, admits that Fauci prompted him. That's a quote to write the paper with the goal of quote disproving the lab leak theory. How many times are you going to be lied to by these people before you say, my gosh, I've had enough, I've had enough. Can you just tell me the truth? Can you please just tell me the truth? You know what's really astonishing about these liberal fake phony frauds? These pathetic Ben and Jerry's eaters? That make me sick ingol shred of dignity and they don't abide by any of their stated quote principles. It's really incredible how you listen to the modern lib. And they'll endlessly go after big pharma, big pharma. The conservatives will go after an issue. A real conservative doesn't have a problem with Pfizer because they make money. Conservatives have a problem with Pfizer because we feel we may have been deceived. So it's really ironic. Think about this, Jim, right? That liberals accuse us of being in big businesses back pocket. Except for the fact that when big business screws something up, we're the first ones to say, hey, we need accountability for them, even though they're a big business. So it's kind of weird. It's almost like you're making that uplift, right? But then liberals, if someone serves your purpose, they're all of a sudden your heroes. Like, your big pharma with the vaccine. They love them because it served their purpose. My point of this whole thing is, Fauci, according to this email, prompted this author to try to disprove the lab leak theory. Hey, you got to go put this out there, disprove this thing, right? And yet you'll hear liberals all the time when a study is funded by big pharma. Oh man, that's a conflict of interest. They had a preexisting goal and narrative of what they wanted, that their drug was going to work. So that's not trustworthy. So just to be clear, when it's big pharma, who, by the way, their studies are regulated too. When they have a study and it preexisting idea of what they'd like, the result to be. That is definitely no good. But when Fauci says, hey, write this paper and disprove the theory. Before they've even done the homework, this guy's great, you should genuinely surgically attach your lips to his rump to his ass, like Fauci. Drop them, baby. Big lips right on Fauci's ass. Even though it's written right here in a newly disclosed email, that Fauci, despite knowing there was a strong, strong, and I mean strong likelihood, this thing came from a lab. Fauci tells him, yeah, he prompts them, excuse me, to write a paper with the goal of disproving the lab Lee and liberals don't care one big. They don't get then they're not. There's like no magnetism towards truth or principles on the left at all. Not even a little bit. This leads me to the next news story. I saw this movie. I have to tell you, I hesitated, including in the show. For the same reason I hesitate to talk about economics too much. Because I'm a capitalist and a free market here, meaning I cater to customers. Now, we may not consider yourselves that. Because listen, your talk radio, we're activists and liberty lovers you're all of that. But the hard reality is this is a product. This is a product, this talk radio content I produce through expelling CO2 through my lungs and thinking about it through my brain. And if the product's not interesting, then you're not going to listen. So there's some stories I inject into the show. I hesitate because I love them, but I'm not sure you like them. Now, I get decent feedback on the economic stuff. So I do them a lot. But this one I'm taking a chance on. I just got done telling you that nothing that emanates from the mouths of government employees you should trust. I want to be clear on this. I'm not telling you everything the government tells you is a lie. That would be a ridiculous overstatement. I'm not saying that. I am telling you, however, that government frequently has an incentive to lie and cover up. And that if you're smart and you're a betting man and you got a Sophie's choice in front of you, man. You got a gun to your head and you're like, is the government lying to me or not? If you were just a guess, they're lying. You're probably going to stay alive. That's all I'm saying. That if you're a bad man, you should vet everything the government says twice in three times because I don't trust anything that comes to these people, whether it's Matt Hancock, the UK health minister we talked about in the beginning of the show. Anthony Fauci, who worked at the NIH or any any liberal outs even outside of government, almost everything they tell you is a lie. This goes to my Ivan Drago theory. I'm going to introduce today. Kills Apollo creed in a ring. Drago is really badass. Dolph Lundgren with the flat top. So he's boxing Apollo created an exhibition match kills him, and you know what's strange about that movie? Apollo creed is in the ring dying. If not dead already. And the people are interviewing Drago in a ring like nothing's happening. Like, dude, Apollo's dying right there. Maybe two CPR. Right Jim, you ever see him. The wife's holding his head or rocky's all the whatever it is. And nobody's doing anything. They're talking to Drago. It's like, bro, Apollo's dying. Someone can someone get an EMT in here? And the rate of your driver, like nothing's happening. It's going to fight. It's so crazy. But Drago says as Apollo creed's dying. This is my Ivan Drago theory of liberalism. He says
Jennifer Horn and Sebastian Unpack the Wuhan Lab Leak
"Doctor Michael farzan from Scripps and doctor Robert Gary from tulane told Doctor Fauci on his emergency call in January of 2020 when he was scrambling soon after learning that the NIH was funding the lab, they both said that it was likely from the lab. Both scientists changed their tunes days later in the media and then both scientists received $9 million subsequent and funding from the NIH. It's a no brainer that it came from the lab. I mean, at this point, it's impossible to acquire any more information. And if you did, it would only be affirmative. Even if you take politics out of it, Jen. This is such a sea change because usually and I've been there. I've testified multiple times before Congress on ISIS and jihadism. In the past, it's just been, you know, they come in, they prance for the cameras so they can tell their constituents at home. They ask the question of somebody from The White House. This time, this was actually meaningful. This is a congressional hearing that was substantive Jan. It was, and we've learned so much. And how many people, I was reminded about Jon Stewart, some of the other comedians who found themselves canceled president Trump, who was called a racist, a xenophobe for calling out the fact that the lab leak carried the lab leak is the working theory here that this is what we've known all along and stunning to me that now people are actually asking questions. So what happens? Do we get a refund from the government? Do we get our Twitter accounts back? Do we get our lives back? Do we get our kids education back? Because it seems that we received a lot of bad information and it's all what they wanted to tell us. It almost, I hate to be conspiratorial, but felt like a test run in some respects for how much government control we could possibly take, especially in big blue states and big blue cities like the one I live in. And now for all of this real information to come out, it's great that it's here, but how much pain punishment, how much did we lose because of all of this?
Natalie Winters Shares Her Thoughts on the Detestable Anthony Fauci
"Of the research you've done, I mean, are we really saying is Fauci is NIH, a CDC is the U.S. government really saying, oh, oh, but the scientists and communist China are so much more advanced than, oh, I don't know Palo Alto. What is the logic? Have you worked that out? Well, this is what I think about in my free time. And the best answer that I've been able to come to, I think if you base it off the evidence. So for example, Anthony Fauci, someone who you and I surely detest, he in the early days of the COVID pandemic, the NIAID funded a study, it wasn't like a scientific research study. It was just a longer form research paper and among the researchers on it, where people from the Wuhan institute of virology. So ostensibly, Chinese Communist Party linked to scientific researchers. And a few Americans from some different institutions. And the thesis of the paper was based and this was right when we were deliberating whether or not to shut off travel from China. And the thesis of the paper was that international collaboration is imperative. It's important between China and the United States. So that's sort of the narrative that I think these people see the realm of scientific collaboration through. It sort of aligns with I would argue their globalist worldview in the sense that they don't look at China and see the Chinese Communist Party. They look at China and see a country that has a lot of money has considerably more lax scientific regulation than you have here in the United States, particularly when it comes to gain of function research. And the timeline that we're talking about, but the fundamental issue, Anthony Fauci, joked the Atlantic ideas fest a few years ago that he was trying to hire researchers from China, and that is such a bizarrely naive comment to make,
Why America Was Funding the Wuhan Lab With Natalie Winters
"Take this hour as a deep dive, but begin with the one O one. Let's talk about the obvious things that really aren't covered at all by the mainstream media, but are essential. First things first, NIH, CDC, the organization that Fauci helmed for more than 30 years, can you tell us why they were giving money to Wuhan, what is the Wuhan lab, and most especially what is this thing the eco alliance? Sure, so there is so much to unpack here. There's so many Chinese Communist Party entities and organizations involved and I think it kind of begs the question why the United States is even tangled up within this very intricate story to begin with, but I think in order to understand how the Chinese Communist Party really has embedded itself within so much of the United States you can kind of take COVID as a case study. So I will get into the weeds because that's what I love to do. So there was a grant that started in 2014 coming from the national Institutes of health, particularly the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which is the agency that was led formerly led until retiring in December of last year by Anthony Fauci. And under this broader grant, several projects, primarily focusing on the emergence of that coronaviruses, were funded to the tune of millions of dollars in U.S. taxpayer dollars at that. Now, this money went at least according to the grant database to eco health alliance. Now this is New York based nonprofit, really I think sort of the golden child for the idea, the concept of pandemic prevention, right? By having boots on the ground and developing countries, you could hypothetically prevent spillover events of pandemics, but evidently, even if you buy the natural origins theory, which even our own government now admits they don't. They weren't very good at their jobs.
The Government Is the Only Truth?
"All those many scientists and doctors who have told you for the last two and a half years about the dangers of lockdowns keeping kids out of school masking children and vaccinating young people. They don't know what the hell they're talking about because the only truth is the NIH truth or the CBC truth. Or even more obvious The New York Times and the Democratic Party's truth. Isn't that something? That's the only truth. There is no other truth. Well, people have come to believe that.
Rich Zeoli: No Health Agency Should Get More Funding
"I would argue that not a single health agency in this country should get another penny And so we get a full accounting of all the gain of function research money that doctor Anthony Fauci and Francis Collins at the NIH and all these guys Sent to China for all their little experiments in the Wuhan institute of virology The only silver lining in this bill there's not many but one of them is they did cut off gain of function research And they said no more funding for the Wuhan institute of virology That's good news Because I'm still convinced this virus came from that lab And you're never going to convince me otherwise And certainly there is never been anything Anything that's ever been documented to make anyone who believes that it came from a lab think twice about that They've never produced any evidence of that And early on we learned that these guys in the very earliest days of COVID were dismissing the idea that this came from a lab even though they had zero evidence to prove it came from nature a natural spillover They had no evidence of that But it didn't matter They were set hell bent on covering their tracks and all the funding from the NIH and funding from the national centers for infectious diseases that Fauci was in charge of and I went right to eco health alliance and right to Wuhan and right to that lab and right to all the little tinkering they did but this gain of function nonsense and playing little games with back coronaviruses and injecting them into mice and making them very very sick That's why the world is still dealing with this right now
Sen. Rand Paul: Fauci Lied About Funding Gain of Function Research
"Is watching his exchange with you You presented him with some very viable legitimate questions about this pandemic that killed so many people in a professional manner You weren't screaming in his face or anything like that You don't have a reputation for that And he responded back and I mean he got so emotional and personal about it It just says to me be in a former investigator This is a guy with something to hide Who gets emotional about if you didn't fund it he didn't fund it Thank you senator for the question I'm sorry but that's not correct But he got so emotional about it's like he's invested in this I mean I don't know maybe I'm reading that wrong Realize that we have him repeatedly saying unequivocally that he never funded gain of function research in China And then we have a letter from the acting director of the NIH a guy named kabara who says in his letter yes we fund a gain of function research in China and yet nobody's putting two to two together to say that the NIH has actually thrown Fauci under the bus and admitted that this was gain of function research but Fauci somehow blithely gets away with this because the mainstream media is covering up for him But it's been a cover up from the beginning because both Fauci and Francis Collins decided this that the public couldn't handle the truth and it would damage the business of science if they were to reveal that this came from a lab it would dry up research but it also would point fingers and culpability to the person who made the bad judgment call to send this money to Wuhan And to this day money flows to Wuhan And not only do we want to the civilian research we now know it is going to military research The guys that work in the military institute are called general colonel lieutenant colonel they're active members of the military and they're actively working on bioterrorism
Dr. Fauci's Net Worth Increased by $5 Million During Pandemic
"Fauci's wife Christine Grady is also a National Institute of health NIH employee Serving as chief at the NIH clinical centers department of bioethics You may remember the controversy of her bioethics or get back to that in a moment The Fauci household disclosed that their total net worth increased by roughly $7.6 million from January 1st of 2019 pandemic start To over $12.6 million by December the 31st of 2021 None of this is counting what he's made since the end of 2021 So if you look at those numbers it represents a nearly 70% increase in their net wealth from January the first 2019 to December the 31st 2021 So while everybody else was losing their jobs was losing their businesses were losing their restaurants this dude and his wife working for the quote government got in 70% increase in not just their salary and their total net worth Not a bad gig for a public servant right You want to know why so hell bent on forcing you to get the jab or forcing you to sit in a room with a mask on or forcing you to believe that the pandemic is not over Maybe it's because if you're making literally millions off of it there's a pretty good chance you don't want it to end Documents also reveal that Fauci continues to be the top paid federal employee You want to know what this dude earns here to salary of 456,000 in 2021 this year he got a raise to 480,000 for the year the fiscal year 2022
"nih" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"China's top leaders are warning against questioning the country's COVID zero strategy at Baxter has more from the Bloomberg newsroom in San Francisco Eddie Yeah exactly right This has a pressure and discontent grow and more and more pressure is put on the economic growth that has been long a source of strength in the Communist Party Bloomberg Stephen engels says a new warning has been put out Calling on the nation to fight against any speech that distorts questions or rejects our COVID control policies says China has made progress towards overcoming the worst outbreak since the first wave of course hit Wuhan two years ago He says our policy can stand the test of history and our measures are scientific and effective Now she's here in ping's government as reiterated time and again it will stick to COVID zero as a lockdowns in Shanghai and parts of Beijing continue today Meanwhile outside of China criticism from U.S. NIH director Anthony Fauci who says COVID zero does not work without proper mitigation The reason to lock down is first to realize that's a temporary measure to give you enough time to properly vaccinate the overwhelming proportion of your population with a good vaccine particularly the vulnerables such as the elderly China apparently did not do that And he says the vaccines that were administered are inferior to other parts of the world as well Hong Kong is seeing the fastest influx of people in more than two years many fleeing the harsh containment measures we've been talking about The first three days let's see these numbers First three days of May 5234 and that border crossings compared to 191 for the whole month of May Now if that pace continues to be the biggest monthly net inflow of people since March of 2020 by the way there was a net outflow of more than 10,000 people in March Wow Meanwhile new WHO report out of COVID says that true global death toll from the pandemic is about 15 million rather than the 6 million that governments have been reporting New York Times reported out today that with U.S. intelligence Ukrainians have killed approximately 12 generals Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the U.S. is not providing specific Intel to Ukraine like that We do not provide intelligence on the location of senior military leaders on the battlefield or participate in the targeting decisions of the Ukrainian military Ukrainians have quite frankly a lot more information than we do Meanwhile on the ground the battle for the Donbass region is fierce Former CIA director and White House chief of staff Leon Panetta on Bloomberg says a very critical time Right now we're.
"nih" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"I mean many persons like myself colorado to reach Dr back charter from the administration. A lot of people have been pilloried and smeared and slandered by media and Just speaking out and trying to inform the public. And that's what we are we're prognosticators we We are providing trying to provide a science to get people to think unto properly informed. Because they're not getting one side of the narrative constantly and is even incorrect and an accurate so people are actually being misled. I think to be quite honest with you. As time has gone by an old people have all these different theories of what's happening but i think it has a lot to do with money to and big money and power and I'll give you an example. The nih funds a lot of the academic institutions in the united states all of the university hospitals and as a consequence all of the the researchers in them some of the clinicians. Many clinicians also have little on the side radio during the award independent research academic researchers etc and when research is coming from the top of the nih which is the nasd also and you go against the narrative you will not be funded and i have many many colleagues who were see at high levels at the nih and a different universities across america. I didn't canada. Who has told me that. Paul what you guys are saying. You know we. We applaud you. We stand behind you but we cannot say anything because we are scared to lose. Our grant funding our positions would be would be threatened. We'd be fights and they are right. Many doctors in america who have been brought up in front. It's different boards for the licenses being threatened some of suspended in climate because they're pushed Early early treatment. The question the the The efficiency and safety vaccine particularly for children. So they're the the deports and stuff going after in their livelihood so they're pummeled into silence. I it takes up a brave to to be to be willing to stand up and say you know you know what i think. I have to inform. Share the information in as unbiased we as possible and Some of us are trying very very vicious because you get attacked and stuff but but but the reality is you have to share the information because you want people to understand what the what is presently on top. so if the doesn't only fund universities and research it funds other funding agencies. So i've been told by some that you know. I even went to the other funding agency. Nih rejected my grunt. Because i was raising some health and the other funding agency told me they rejected. And i was on the inside. That is because they were told if these this group comes to. You denied funding so. It's a very incestuous very terrible situation right now that this silence to silence is not because people agree with what is happening to silences because they feel lost their caress their job. They're going to be smeared in the media etc. It's devastating situation feast. But it's a it's a freight train. It's like a freight train of communism that nobody can stop the reality about. It is under the sds own rules and again i'm speaking as academic scientists here under the fda his own ruth's They should just two meals. I look back now..
"nih" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"I think chinese national chinese-american. He'd exchanged but whatever but they said. Let us study. we wanna studied the stars pirates. Way back this is let us say the stars by so we can figure out that if there's another sars outbreak the problem with that is that the nih grants gives you a bunch of grants to st- has is in collusion with the wuhan lab. That studies viruses. And it's like well. Let's study this virus so so the next time it comes out we can treat it the problem with making corologis that that success that powerful is that that is when you get game can't function research that is when you get now you take now you've got a bunch of bats you capture a bunch of bats you give them a fucking cough and shoot you and you try to you. Try to make the virus more deadly more transmissible to humans. So you can study it. Yeah that would be gain of function. I'm not a scientist but this is the idea. But the problem is you gotta be really fucking careful with what happens because all science has an agenda if scientists say global warming. Isn't that much of a threat to save. You said that. Yeah it's not that much of a threat or maybe maybe we can innovate our way out of this without legislating our way out of this. And here's why you would get exactly zero dollars for your grandkids. What happens is climate scientists. Or whatever you are you say. I want lending and i got. I got my team. I need funding. now now. Listen so you go. It's not that bad of sudden okay. You don't need funding now. What all the other scientists the groups that are actually looking to grant to study climate change etc. Okay i'm not saying. I'm not saying climate change doesn't exist. I'm saying what happens if you're when all the other scientists realized that this other groups to sing It's not that big a threat or maybe it's not a thing. Whatever it is. We have evidence that it's it's not what we said it was that is a threat in many ways to the other groups of scientists that are looking to get grants so everything is political. Everything's you just gotta look. I'm not. I don't know the answer but he was explaining bucking the look at the bigger picture board. I just bored up story..
"nih" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Ninety to ninety nine percent of individuals who have been infected have detectable. antibodies remember. That's regardless of whether it is severe regardless of disease severity so if not up to ninety nine percent of people regardless about severe to have these antibodies and nature tells you they can last the rest of your life right and this most recent peer reviewed study tells you that it is durable robust. This is huge. July twenty sixth on top of that. Here's one from march fifteen. It adds something even more important regardless of any what we just told you. A majority of uninfected adults people that have been affected with code nineteen shop pre existing antibody. Reactivity there's no misunderstanding this and it comes from the lancet comes from. Nih comes from nature of who comes from a peer reviewed research scientific research. I mean it just gets absurd that the pretending was isn't there great clip makes you check out instagram. And everything else soon to be censored on talk now. This is very clear and i. I show the clip decided to go with another forty five minutes going through all those studies again. But that's important to remember right this ads on top of all of that and they look at our definitive. This statement is on top of all that science from nature from. Who from from the lancet. And it's clearly telling you the same thing natural immunity confers longer-lasting stronger protection against infection. Disease hospitals asian. It's just plainly obvious. Now here is the conversation saying massive numbers of new covert nineteen infections. Not vaccines are the main driver of new corona experience. Now the reason that's important is because yet again. Guess what they're forgetting or rather completely choosing to omit actual immunity. It says the emergence of a new of new more contagious variance like delta is being driven by uncontrolled transmission. Not vaccines okay. Well uncontrolled transmission. I would agree is largely happening right now but if we just showed you have of this country if not far more based on the increase since they've made that estimate do not have the ability to if they have t cell memory antibodies even whether on infected by the way that's the point half the country's already been infected and have all those things and uninfected controls and from both other study and the uninfected one from just showed you uninfected. People already showed reactivity before.
"nih" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Kind of scheme to nullify. The constitution of the united states is one that all americans whatever their politics or party should fear if it prevails. It may become a model for action in other areas by other states and with respect to other constitutional rights and judicial precedents nor need one thing long are hard to realize the damage that would be done to our society if states were allowed to implement laws and empower any private individual to infringe on another's constitutionally protected rights in this way that was the attorney general. The united states merrick garland earlier today announcing that he is throwing the full force of the department of justice at the state of texas. Suing them over there near abortion ban. Now this comes just over a week. After supreme court refused to block the blatantly unconstitutional law in a five four decision issued in the dead of night pushed through by five conservative justices including three trump appointees. Melissa marie is a professor of constitutional law new york university school law. She clerked for justice. Sonia sorta my aura. When she was on the second circuit she. Now co host. The strict scrutiny podcasts. Along with full disclosure my wife kate shah as well as the allotment and she joins me now. Melissa i want to get into the substance here but i was so struck by the wording. Their race's this is an effort to nullify federal law. I mean nullification has a particularly sharp residents in constitutional history. There was a nullification crisis in the eighteen twenties. That was the precursor to the civil war. It was a very very strongly worded statement from garland today. It was a strongly-worded statement. And i'm not sure that it was entirely directed exclusively at the public. I think ultimately attorney general garland recognizes that. This lawsuit is in some way bound for the supreme court. And so the idea. That constitutional law may be nullified. They protections of the constitution may be nullified by state. I think he's trying to implore the members of the court remember that. This doesn't just end with abortion that this can go even further to the point where the constitution is nothing more than paper. The department of justice is seeking an injunction and. I just want to read from the suit here. The united states also seeks an order. Preliminarily purnell joining the state of texas including its officers employees and agents including private parties. Who bring suit under the law from implementing or enforcing sba. This seems they're just going straight at the kind of argument that the five justices use. Well there's one to join here and just saying like enjoying it all no. It's a very novel approach again. I i think that's warranted. But texas is john is surely unorthodox in this perhaps is the best way to meet it on the united states. Government has the authority to sue states. Texas doesn't have sovereign immunity against a sued from the united states. But the question here is whether in including as agents of texas even those private hardee's were authorized under the law to enforce sba whether they're still the question. We don't know who exactly to enjoying if we actually do issue injunction blocking this law. It's all well and good to say we're blocking texas but the real issue is how to stop those private parties from enforcing this law right and it does seem to me that there's a very high likelihood of us getting a five four decision from the same set of justices basically rejecting this one in the morning but at some level. It's like you kinda gotta throw everything you have it legally. If you're the united states department of justice i think texas definitely pushed the envelope in promulgating the statute which is one that we've never seen the likes of before and i think the department of justice is similarly pushing the envelope in trying to enforce it and i think again i'm speaking to all of those people who last week have been imploring the by administration to do something to step in and intervene to protect constitutional rights in texas. Other things department of justice could do to your mind while the of justice has some limited jurisdiction. Here i mean. They're certainly the prospect that they've floated earlier about enforcing more robustly. The face act freedom to access clinic. Entrances act at but that release the issue here on the issue is not getting into clinics. It's getting into clinics getting the services that you require on. it's also possible for the federal government to withhold federal funding from states that infringe upon constitutional rights. So that is one avenue. But we've seen this kind of thing before in our history. It reminds me a great deal of the situation. After nineteen fifty four's brown versus board of education where the southern states drag their heels about enforcing the integration mandate and eventually the united states supreme court stepped in in a case called cooper versus errand to say that when the when the court enforces the constitution and interprets the constitution those decisions on the force of constitutional law. And you don't just get to ignore them. Or defy them. They have to be obeyed than it was then left to the administration. John f kennedy's administration rather eisenhower's administration to step in and send the national guard into little rock. To enforce that mandate right. The problem here though is the court is saying nor our own precedent. I mean you've got the court basically saying like Yeah it's all constitutional we can't figure it out and basically throw it on the scrap heap themselves. Well then i think is the subtext of the attorney. General's stop afternoon press conference. I think he's talking to public shortly. But i think he's also trying to impress upon the judiciary that where does this end if we allow the judiciary l. philip facilitate states waiting their constitutional duties. Where does it add. It doesn't end well. I think he was underscoring that.
"nih" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"The act is clearly unconstitutional. Under longstanding supreme court precedent this kind of scheme to nullify. The constitution of the united states is one that all americans whatever their politics or party should fear in two days. America marks the twentieth anniversary of the worst attack on american soil. President joe biden will commemorate the solemn occasion by paying tribute to those. We lost at all three of the attack sites on saturday. While president barack obama plans to visit the nine eleven memorial in new york. City for president. George w bush. We'll address families the victims of flight. Ninety three memorial there in pennsylvania for president donald trump will be the casino in florida with don jr. spending the twentieth anniversary of the attacks. Doing live commentary for a heavyweight boxing match. Now this is Well it feels like parody of the kind of thing that donald trump would do but it's of course perfectly fitting for this disgraced ex-president essentially exiled from polite society you spend this solemn occasion. Doing boxing commentary on pay per view. Frankly everyone who is a part of trump's administration which stumbled through year this pandemic no regard. The human cost should never be welcome in polite society ever again particularly kellyanne conway kellyanne conway. Who really deserves to be. Well shunned for her years of brazen dishonesty and obsequiousness and service of trump. like what she christened. The new trump administration by coining turn alternative facts in defensive alive about the crowd. Size the inauguration or when she criticized for president obama this is one of my favorite moments for leading the quote. Bowling green massacre happened under his watch which was news to people in bowling green because no such event ever took place or when she misled the country about the alleged criminal conspiracy surrounding then president. Even that was not her most dangerous and destructive lie the. Hhs secretary said this morning. That.
"nih" Discussed on 600 WREC
"This is fuck. And we are still going strong here with a lot more to get to. I mean, Clay and I at this point of the show. Usually we have this fast and furious cutting room floor situations. Okay, we got we got Four stories left two segments What we always have more to get to which is also why we encourage you to listen to the podcast in case you missed anything today because we cover a lot of ground here we cover hopefully with enough depth, but also we move through it pretty quickly. Um, two things I want to get you. One is the teachers unions straight up, bullying the White House in the C D. C on Mask policy in schools, which I'm just going to say not surprising at all, but we've got the documents. We got receipts, as the kids say of what actually happened here. It's not about the science. It's about politics. We'll get to that. But first there was a Back and forth. You know, Clay and I have been asking the question today in the show the beginning of the show. How can found she still have a job? I mean, think about what a disaster. All the covid response has been. And even if you think it's not, Fauci is fault if you want to be a Fauci defender, Fine. Well, not fine, but that's a whole other conversation. Shouldn't we at least bring in some fresh thinking? Shouldn't we bring in somebody else to be the the voice and the face of the mitigation movement, so to speak Well You add that to the 900 pages of documents that the intercept got that say that there was, in fact U. S funding from a carve our cut out from Fauci at the NIH in essence. Using Peter dot Jacques and Eco Health Alliance Money went to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to do Gain a function Research. U. S Taxpayer dollars. Peter Doocy, who has the great job of being one of the only people who gets to ask or will ask and get to ask real questions in the White House press corps. Had quite an exchange with Jen Psaki today on this one. And you can just see that They're all Fauci ICTs in this White house. You said from that.
"nih" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Here to resolve money court with kevin o'leary new series wednesdays ten eastern on. Cnbc tv. Welcome back to swat this. Beloved television quiz show is decades deep and now host. Louis answer what is jeopardy. The syndicated game show is searching still for a new full-time host. Following a series of celebrity guest hosts and much discussed search process jeopardy executive producer. Mike richards have been announced as the replacement for the late. Alex back who had helmed jeopardy since nineteen eighty-four twenty years into its run and nine days after richard's announcement in a dramatic twist. He was out when controversial statements. He made on an old podcast series. Resurfaced the richards announcement. The boss essentially choosing himself or plum gig had already deigned the shininess jeopardy brand and its enviable legacy and entertainment. People love this show. It's been on for years. Reminding us of earlier eras in popular culture deep in the nineties. I took the test for the teen tournament in mid western hotel ballroom and yes. I still remember a key question that i missed jeopardy at sibling in syndication wheel of fortune earn about one hundred twenty five million dollars. In annual profit for parent company. Sony viewers watch it live when it is broadcast on hundreds of local stations across the country. Lost the pandemic. How many more people were home in the evening and able to keep an appointment with jeopardy so once axed and other lineup of tryout hosts. Cnbc's david faber got a shock earlier this month. Here's kelly evans to ring by the way. And i'm i'm conflicted because i want him desperately to do a job but then he would not be able to be here with us. Which would be a huge loss anyway. Joining us now to discuss what happens next. Cynthia littleton is co editor in chief of variety. Cynthia i think there's potentially big ramifications here. You could say for the parent. Company in terms of the cash flows if we sort assume or or speculate the viewers can really tune out ellison like there's implications for linear. Tv given that this is one of the last sort of scheduled tv events my own family. My grandfather my dad. Everybody they sit together in front of the tv. They watch this. And who knows what happens after patent vienna you know if they end up handing over the reins as well and you have this. This major transitions something. Think a risk here. Think very much so this whole drama that nobody could have predicted around jeopardy has certainly been. It's been a black guy for sony. Pictures producer do eleanor primary owner of jeopardy but it has also in another way it has reinforced how much america and the world loves. This show feels invested in this show and felt invested as if it as if the fans should and will have a say in a final search for the final permanent host in this situation. It's really an extraordinary outpouring. The camera just reflects all of the cross currents in media right now. What happens if just ten or twenty percent of viewers. That have been tuning into these series. Go away. I mean talk goes through the implications well as you mentioned. I mean jeopardy and wheel of fortune are one of the few existing. The transcendent tv shows at this point. They're kind of institutions. They're part of the fabric of tv or one of the few monday through friday shows there reliably draw millions and millions of viewers particularly lie yours which in a world of fragmented viewing and on demand streaming something that draws a big crowd on a regular basis has real value to advertisers. So there's significant riskier for sony pictures and cbs which also owns or shouldn't yeah as a colleague of ours. I was talking to the other day. Said you know this just gives me an excuse not to watch so from their point of view. What's the best way to kind of smoothly deal with the situation and and make sure that you're not permanently alienating. A whole generation perhaps viewers. It's tricky it's absolutely tricky. In in the end this whole process shown how hard it is to pass the baton from a beloved host. Like alex travek. I think they'd go back to the drawing board on some level. They had a long run of guests. Starting in january including cnbc's day favorite who did rate fairly very highly on many of the fans surveys on. I think they go back to. They have a pool of people that have had on air additions. I do think they cast a wider net this time and look look outside of that pool guest host but it is no question. A lot of scrutiny on this process even more so than the first time around. And that definitely has to raise the stakes and attention relive people. That are only shots. Yeah i can't imagine it even these cashless. Don't really move the needle for sony or do they know as sony corporation as a company has an has been battling way bigger. Challenges jeopardy is a reliable cash engine or the company it's so entrenched and i suspect the jeopardy in its format all of this. I think has proven in strong enough to endure this small period of controversy and if anything in some way emerges even stronger well this has been the sub theme importance of hosts cynthia. We again really appreciate having here this morning. Thank you thank you. There was a time when Art fleming was not going to be able to be replaced. You have no idea what i'm talking about. Art fleming was the first host jeopardy. When i was a kid. Just to watch it when i went home for With a tray table one of those tray tables we have lunch. It was on during the audit like new people..
"nih" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"But read tensely interested. I was excited. Heavy you on all the work you did on on the human genome project and one of the reasons is a tried to clear up some things for me when things are presented a factually and they say that this is this is true and then it. I'm not really sure. But there was an article written by a couple of scientists in the journal wall street journal couple months ago about something called a double. Cg g nucleotides sequence that. I know about that doesn't occur in nature and there would have been thirty five other ways for the virus cofer. Argentinian arseny and. I know we're getting too in the weeds here but it would not have occurred. Naturally it indicated to these guys that it was spliced in to the wuhan virus genome are. They was that totally jus- crap their way outside the data here yeah. I love getting into these weeds. Joe so there are various ways that you can code for an arginine amino acid and cg happens to be one of them. That isn't used as often but it is. You like it never but never happened in corona virus before that these guys said the double that two of them together would be. I don't know what the odds are for picking that way out of thirty five to do it. Twice the odds would be very high. I don't agree. I actually think they did. Some math. There that was a little bit fanciful and if you talk to every virologist except those folks i have talked to about this they think finding those don's is nothing about david baltimore and he was one of my professors and he actually looked like he looked like he was leaning towards possibly that escape and then it looked like he sort of moderated his viewpoint i think he had an immediate knee jerk reaction about. Oh well that's interesting. And then he backed off and said you know that is not that big a deal to draw such a sweeping conclusion about this. Having been lab engineered the vast evidence from other perspective says no this was a naturally occurring virus. Not to say that it could not have been under study secretly at the wuhan institute of our the and got out of there. We don't know about that. But the virus itself does not have the earmarks of having been created intentionally by human work. I have one more question at the semantic question about gain of function. So i'm trying to figure out if you're studying a bat genome and you're studying it to find out how would jump to humans. Wouldn't you by definition be looking at the way it would gain that function to go to human so to say that we're funding this research in wuhan. That's looking at bat. Gino's why is that not gain of function if that's what they're actually looking for to see. How wouldn't there be some research being done on the spike protein or on the way that detach us to to bat cells versus human cells is an semantics to say. It wasn't gain of function research. Dr so joey get into all kinds of issues you're about terms and definitions and terms of art gain of function you just reported in pfizer's bought trillium What does trillium do. It does gain of function research to try to treat cancer. That's a very broad approach to lots of things. The kind of gain of function reserves. It's under very careful. Scrutiny is when you take a pathogen for humans and you do something with that would enhance. Its variance its transmissibility. They were not studying a pathogen. That was a pathogen for humans. These rabat viruses so by the strict definition and this was looked at wizardly carefully. By all the reviewers of that research anticipation that this might come up was that this did not meet the official Description of what's called gain of function resurged requires that oversight. I know this has gotten a lot of attention. Weird though because if it's not a naturally occurring human pathogen but it becomes a human pathogen based on research being done. I don't see how that that's a good enough delineation. Not call it gain of function joe. It did not become a human pathogen based on this business of shifting spike proteins from one for a backbone to another was interesting work to try to understand something about that family of bat viruses if if it was spliced in if cg cg was spliced in that would have been gain of function research right. I mean if they actually tried to get that to to see if they can get it to infect humans. It would have to be that. This was a human pathogen which was altered in a way to enhance its transmissibility. Or it's very ons and again that's pretty fanciful I think joe those. Cg's need to be kinda set. Aside is an indication of any particular malfeasance. That looks very much to the rest of his life. Is there anything. Is there anything left in china. That will tell us once and for all what happened. Dr it yeah. Wouldn't it be good if they'd actually open up a lab books and let us know what they were actually doing. We may never know more about those cases of people who got sick november twenty nine thousand nine which in the lab. We'll never know. Do you think they've they've already. They've mopped up in gotten rid of the stuff and we're done. We're never going to know. I don't know i'm going to be really interested to see. The intelligence community has been able to snoop out some information about those things. well edge. You are how excited are you. About messenger are anna in the application and even therapeutics. It's going to be a great. We have a great dude. Don't we we may. We may be talking about one hundred years dr you maybe we may be talking to one hundred years. I look forward to it dr. This might do for cancer vaccine citing. It's great okay. i'd have more to say i do. I would like to talk more about. I can't come back okay. Still to come on squad pod jeopardy in jeopardy. The saga for alex trebek's successor. Variety co editor in chief cynthia little ten joins us has also reinforced touch america and the world mugs. This show beatles invested in this show and felt bested as if the fans should and will have a say. We'll be right back each number. Kevin o'leary here money court is all about dispute resolution businesses have problems and i'm.
"nih" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"600 KOGO live local breaking and that's what Lou was just talking about. Cal OSHA has been hearing public testimony all day on proposed rules for the workplace. After the state reopens June 15th. I'm Marilyn Hider in the Cocoa News Center. They want to remove barriers in the workplace. And there are some businesses which will require people to wear masks such as an N 95 until July. 31st if they're not fully vaccinated, this woman and her public testimony says it doesn't make sense to her In my environmental career. I had to be regularly fit tested to safely where my respirator and I also had to see a doctor regularly. Celeste operator Youth approval. But now the trip forces all workers to wear respirators, regardless of whether they fit properly or whether the use of a respirators safe for that individual employees. This is shocking to me. She and others say if it doesn't fit properly, they won't be protected. It will be expensive for businesses and those kinds of face covering should be reserved for health care workers or first responders. And the Sacramento Bee surveyed 150 essential employees last week and found 52% said they approve ending the mass mandate. 44% said it's too early to stop wearing face coverings. Those opposed note. They fear for the health of their Children who are too young to get vaccinated. Those in favor say they see vaccination rates rising and with it. Society returning to pre pandemic normalcy. Even when the mask mandates in June 15th each county can still update and enforce its own rules. The National Institutes of Health is reviewing a promising new oral antiviral drug to treat Covid 19. The drug called Temple impairs an enzyme the virus needs to make copies of itself once inside human cells. Dr Diana Bianchi with the NIH says an oral antiviral drug would be an important tool in reducing severity of the disease. The only drug that has received full approval from the FDA is delayed Sciences remdesivir, but it must be administered in a hospital. The state will continue to let restaurants have outdoor dining expansions through the end of the year. Postmaster General Louis Dejoy is the subject of a federal investigation centering around campaign fundraising activities related to his former business, A spokesman for Joy told The Washington Post. The investigation is about campaign contributions his employees made when he was still in the private sector. Florida congressman Matt Gates is being investigated for possible obstruction of justice. NBC News confirms The FBI investigation is related to a phone call gate sad with the witness tied to an ongoing investigation into the Republicans alleged sexual relationship with a minor. The witnesses, one of several women linked to Gates and former Florida tax collector Joel Greenberg. And if you read Patricia Cornwell books I do you'll be happy to hear Detective Kay Scarpetta is making the leap from the page to TV. Patricia Cornwell's Kay Scarpetta novels are heading to the small screen with Blumhouse television and Jamie Lee Curtis's comment pictures, grabbing the TV rights to the author's best selling series of novels. The Potential series will revolve around Scarpetta, the forensic pathologist at the center of Cornwell's novels. Autopsy. The 25th book in the series is During the fall. So far, there are no plans for courage to have an onscreen role in the series. Cornwell has penned 29 New York Times bestsellers and sold more than 120 million books. In a statement, the author said, Blumhouse is a creative force of nature, and I'm confident that Scarpa is going to make it to the screen in a fantastic way. That's Michele Pelino. Now let's check co goes real time traffic..
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"In your in your twitching. That's all normal because the new set so we won't take you to the hospital and then he died later. That keeps happening the kind of thing you had to sweat it out for a couple days. That's what they thought this was. They were totally okay with that. Just keep letting it happen. It says cassidy got a second shot on monday february first while she was in bed all day tuesday wednesday. It wasn't until thursday morning that she knew something was wrong. She got the shot immediately in bed right and it led to her dying. But let's pretend like that. Was something else that happened right. She woke up early got ready and asked her dad to drive her to the hospital. Locally are where they arrived by seven seven. Am i just want to point out. I shouldn't because i just pointed out typos on my own tweets. But you'll take note if you ever see a typo on my website in whitney's articles and something that i write which i don't do very often anymore. Please tell me because it rarely happens. But i just think it's funny. The astor dad to drive her to mainstream making typos but it says as soon as they walk in the door cassidy was throwing up minutes later. Questions were raised about what her what was making her so sick. So this is a really important part. She walks in the hospital vomiting. And they're like what's going on. What is wrong with her. You must know what what does she have the flu. What is this right. Her dad recalls doctors asking questions after after question. Is there any explanation. That means something. The fact that you don't know is relevant and the fact that which it just came out of nowhere is relevant but not in covert nineteen world right. No it's got to be something else because we know something maxene that's rare the fact that you just all of a sudden just suddenly start break like that. That's why they're asking like that. There's no explanation. So there's something different going on at least not normal his answer saying well she just had the shot. They did a blood test and immediately came back and said that she was very very sick..
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"Headline. You can see it right here. New data hence right. I mean this is an nih. Study that saying well. We see it. And i'll just read you what it says next. The researchers found durable immune responses in the majority of people studied antibodies against the spike protein of sar. Sylvia to which the virus used to get inside. Cells were found in ninety eight percent of participants. One month after system symptom onset so they found the durable immune responses in the majority of people. Durable lasts right but so they're going to report is we don't know for sure do that with any other protocol with they. Don't wanna i mean the the idea that we can have that that obvious and say you don't know for sure because of what one percent you don't know you. They will argue completely abstract broad things. About how good these vaccines are anything to back it up. Because that's just what they want you to think but we can have a study that says that they found durable responses in the majority of people ninety eight percent of them had a spike proteins and the immunity once later and it's just promisingly their levels remain fairly stable over time and yet will new study hints at the thing. We've always known right this is. This is an intentional misrepresentation. I just find that ridiculous now and then it goes honestly declining only modestly. Meaning not not entirely at six to eight months so almost a year later. They're telling you that it doesn't go away. It only declined only modestly maintaining because they durable immune response. But we don't know for sure. Get the vaccine though guys. That's the point. That's why it took twenty days for them to talk about it. That's why nobody's talking about it now. Oh and that was the other point as you go further down. that's it. that's it after that. These ones aren't even the same discussion. How long does muny last after the vaccine or does that is actually the co That's actually the right discussion. But it's more recent than it's not about that study. How long does it mean last after recovery. None of these are about the same study. They're not and guess what you'll notice a glaring absence of what fox news. Cnn abc msnbc nothing cbs. Wouldn't you think they would be jumping to go. Hey great news guys. You're probably safe. Nope they don't care unless they're fearmongering for the vaccine right well on top of that new. Cdc guidelines that we've already talked about fully vaccinated. People should continue wearing masks practicing distancing and washing..
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"This is the new thing. they're building. Find the courage to say no now. Meanwhile when victoria daniel andrews says there's only nineteen active cases as were forcefully arresting pastors. For being being outside but quote we must assume assume that there are further cases in the community. Okay so now there's only nineteen which by the way it should be enough to go back to normal but now we just now we're just gonna assume there might be more danger. Did i not tell you this would happen. Whatever they can do. They're going to keep this going quote. It's moving at velocity. That has not been seen anywhere. You the thing. They're assuming is there. That's really intelligent. And our country over the course of the last twelve months says the uk is a huge concern variant. The even though we don't have a lot of cases and we haven't seen this. We're gonna sue probably there until we noticed something and then we'll justify the fact that we never ended the thing we shouldn't be doing in first place and as derek points out grocery stores with long lines as people are star are freezing to death in places like poor. Shouldn't you know. I'm being facetious but horrible way. I'm sure people probably are literally in what's going on out there but people are freezing. People can't feed their families because of what's going on in portland in texas and what we're seeing is police guarding garbage cans to stop people who can't feed their families for taking food that was thrown away just below this. You could see star wilson one of the modern the jets seeing right here that she's on day five or no power it's just this is sickening and going back to the point. Remember that this is something that the government failed you on. They failed they did not do. This is texas alone but realized there did not do what they should have done to. Make sure that this didn't become the problem that it clearly became because they failed to do what they're supposed to do. Wild screening up masks and focusing on the things that gave them power and resources and funding and happily taking your tax dollars to not do what they were supposed to lost my place..
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"That's great i mean. It's just fantastic. But this this is who we're listening to today as they point out as well see a ceo v. to thrives in cold humid conditions. So if you live in an area with already high humidity according to what what. They're claiming here. Northern europe december january wearing a mask may actually increase the half-life of the virus. But who cares about that. Right where you're soggy mass because 'boudzhi told you to and as i said kind of bring us back to the original point have look at the actual science like the real science and the real information all source to exactly the people they tell us we should be listening to all the sources included and recognized. How absurd and incredibly dangerous. Post is from the national post. This is actually what medical misinformation looks like as they censor us for showing you studies from the very people. They're telling you to listen to. But here is rio de janeiro. Brazil no masks lockdowns and clearly people dropping dead everywhere because nobody's fallen the rules right. I mean this is the insulting part about this is. They're freaking out. I actually saw this video. Somebody posted. i didn't want to get into today where people walking into stores with crowds of people not wearing masks. They just lose their minds and they get so petty about it. You know instead of just letting people go. And they're even trying to pay and they wouldn't let them take their foods. They're throwing money on the counter walking out with the goods. I love it. I love it because what they're doing is wrong and as a matter. What you think what you're doing is wrong. You don't know what they got a medical exemption. You're simply choosing to enforce what you want to force despite whether they have a medical reason not to spite whether those things actually do anything like you think they do as white the fact that they may actually be hurting you and your children but who cares about any of that. We're going to take the food from your hand and throw it on the ground. Which by the way means that nobody gets divide. So who's benefiting in that situation. It's childish but the reality is law out there showing you that this is this. I mean they showed you all these people flipping out about this one store but then in florida. Here's entire restaurants stores without people wearing masks and they can't handle it because you know why it shows you that their narrative is not sound because if that can exist this is not real at least not the way they're telling you. There's no way to misunderstand. That if sweden has been doing this from the beginning and they're not in their have their death overall death which they just stopped talking about now is no more than the previous years than what are we talking about. It's about mindless mindless acquiescence. That's all they want from. You do what you're told..
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"Sounds gross but a moist mask is good for you. Can you imagine anybody at any point in time. The only time. I've ever heard of breathing through anything. Wet was good for you is when you're in a fire putting some wet rag your mouse. You don't breathe in the smoke other than that. Any idea of re breathing in your own air and not not only that but that is moist is an absolute guaranteed to make yourself sick but according to the nih it hydrates your lungs and boost your immune system. When's the last time anybody heard about making sure your lungs were hydrated or the idea that you needed liquid in your lungs is as a new study from the nih. Of course of course is suggesting that the important part here so this is suggesting that it could do this. And it's already being spread around as c. As usual even though we have random controlled trials that are absolutely finding certainties. No no no. We wanna could do this and may happen if we do that. And that's that sound as everything but you're fake news. A new study from the nih suggesting yet another reason yet. Another reason. Why wearing masks works. And this is how these articles tend to go is. They'll they will absolutely just assume right with their writing well because mass work so and so but that's clearly not the case and this is the idea that the science and i'll go over a little bit begin shows you exactly that is not only are face coverings effective in preventing the spread of covid nineteen. Even though they're not but masks may also lower the severity of the virus. There is nothing anywhere that suggests that that wearing a face covering prevents the spread of any kind of viral transmission every single random controlled trial in regard to that exact topic has found that there is no statistically significant reduction in transmission across the board. The only ones you're going to see that they're pointing out. The something else will be a computer. Model will be an observational study. Done rafter all of this. Even the meta analysis of all the information which is what we show you. The cdc literally did in may during this found that that's the case they do not work the way that they're claiming they do now but of course we'll just stated us back because they because that's what we're told because this writer nick berry and this website called helping dot ca whatever that even a word of course they will just regurgitate it..