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"randy larson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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06:44 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The show with Randy Larson of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security as we talk about the Biden administration vaccine mandates and the Kim and Kalispell Montana calls in. Hello, Kim. The hedge and thank you. So I'm thinking Um, but husband had polio back in the forties, and I remember getting the polio vaccine when I was You know, whatever. And I also know that, too, was Thomas Jefferson, who gives a smart Talk specs. Seen, uh, smallpox vaccines been around affected? The members of the Revolutionary Army had to get the smallpox vaccine. They all did so Here's a question for Randi. Thank you. How can people are so adamant about getting back scene? Or back. Second culture Kim. That's an excellent question. I wish I could. I had a good answer for you. I tell you even back in the even before the Revolutionary War here in the U. S. There were anti-vaxxers in the United Kingdom That didn't want to get the smallpox vaccine that I've got some old cartoons and posters from the anti vax shoes. But you know, long ago uh, when it first got started, uh, but we've had. There's a certain anti backs crowd in the US that doesn't want to take any kind of vaccines or they don't want their Children to take them. And you know, there's about a dozen vaccines that we give Children and I heard the governor of my background TV Sunday said. Now he's not going to allow any mandatory vaccines. In the state of Nebraska, and I go well, there's about a dozen or mandatory before any of your school Children can start school. And now that visor is actually FDA approved, and I think within a few weeks, Moderna will be FDA fruit. I'm not sure what the governor is there. I understand the constitutional issue about the president mandating them. But I am somewhat concerned. I mean, vaccines have saved millions and millions of lives. So candidates are we have the impression that measles are we have the impression that measles and mumps and smallpox and diphtheria and chickenpox disappeared because of a magic wand. No, it disappeared because they were vaccines that were produced. I mean, we we sometimes I think, Take our position, uh, rather lightly in this country. I mean, there used to be many ravages that tore this country apart and kill people and they don't do so anymore. There's only one reason why that's because of vaccinations. As for the answer to Kim's question, Everything has been politicized in this country. Now where you eat fast food has been politicized. And and and now apparently, this notion has been politicized and frankly, Uh, as as one who is of conservative persuasion. I refused to buy the notion that being elected so they became a conservative value. Todd in Los Vegas. Good evening. Agreement. Thanks for taking my call. Um, I got a couple of comments one of them. I want to get too, because I'm calling from Las Vegas, where the Raiders by playing their first home game tonight in front of fans, and they're requiring vaccine passports to get in there. But first, you know, just to comment, and what I've been hearing in the last few minutes before the break. There was some statistics thrown out about One in 5000 and one in 10,000 are these vaccinated who are getting, um covid again? And, you know, I question that my mom is in a nursing home where almost the entire facility was vaccinated. And just in the last week, um five Have come down just very rapidly. They do a great job there. It's very, very guarded. Very safeguarded with following safety guidelines. Hmm. Five people actually did have come down with it recently. So questions statistics question that data data and I think most Americans Like me or questioning things these as you call them, Anti-vaxxers, which is a very you know, derogatory well, it is a derogatory term and it should be No, you're marginalizing sizing, and I'm definitely marginalizing and ostracized people who are just against the concept of vaccines. Absolutely. And defiantly. So, yes, Todd marginalizing very much so I mean, my God, We've got two centuries plus three centuries. Pretty much of proof that the vaccines work and, uh, yeah, very much marginalizing it. Yes, Yes. No, I agree with you, but we're talking about institutions who have lost trust of people. And here's why these are institutions who over prescribed antibiotics to a point where they are almost useless right over the same institutions over prescribed opioids to the point that millions of lives have been destroyed. Why should we trust these institutions? Okay. Why? Why should we trust anybody anymore? Except, of course, if you could Google and go online and you become an instant health expert, Randy Yes. Well, Todd. Yeah, I have problem with people are particularly don't like childhood vaccines. But I got to agree with what you say about the antibiotics. We have over prescribed antibiotics and we are in the post antibiotic era. It is scary. How many people get hospital acquired infections and we don't have antibiotics to treat them anymore. And Todd, I also agree with you about the abuse. Of opioids, and that's a national tragedy. But I thought I got to disagree with you. And just one example. That's a tragedy where your mother is. My mom was in a nursing home just 20 years ago before we lost her, But that's a tragedy. What's going on in your mom nursing home there, But, you know, I'm looking at bladder for the entire United States. It's collected by County Agency state agencies and that one in 5000 and one in 10,000 for breakthrough infections. That's pretty reliable. Now there will be exceptions, and it sounds like you got one there in Las Vegas and sorry to hear about that's going on there for your mom. But I'll tell you what I'm with Jimbo Vaccines, one of the greatest inventions the human race period. More to come back in a moment. If you're living with diabetes and using insulin, you know the pain of pricking your fingers over and over again by.

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"randy larson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Got back sin ated and just came down with Covid for the second time, along with influenza, A Yeah, I can't really respond to the influenza. Say I influence that. That's completely separate thing. Uh, however, you can't get it a second time quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens has had it twice. Uh, covid back of infection. Now we do have something Lisa called breakthrough. And so people who are fully backs and made it like Jimbo and I Probably not Jimbo, now that he's had the third one, But for me who's just had to I could still get a mild case of Covid. We call it a breakthrough now in places where it's not really a serious outbreak. Right now. It's about one in 5000. Okay, that are getting that in places where it's really kind of mild outbreak right now, in certain parts of us, it's only one in 10,000 who have been vaccinated that get this. The main thing is that it's a very mild case. If you get one of these breakthrough cases, in most cases, there's always a few exceptions, but All of what I am Glad to hear that President Biden is trying to push through is all health care workers should be vaccinated. I can't believe that people want to work in the healthcare industry or in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. They really need to be vaccinated to protect the people. They're caring for, whether they're picking their food or caring for the people. So I really hope and I'm shocked about how many health care workers today are not vaccinated. I actually find that kind of shocking. It is rather bizarre. 18665 Jimbo 1866554626 more calls for Randy Larson from the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in just a moment..

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"randy larson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Was building a line and we have designed and it was only about a year and didn't do all that. Well, so I sent him one day I said, Hey, we need to discontinue this And this is what I want you to build and he's like, no, no. How about we just tweet? This. I'm like, no, no, We're gonna discontinue that He's like, but it's so easy to build. I'm like it doesn't matter. It has to be the right look, and that takes a lot. They're gonna have jags they got you know it takes a lot to come out with a new look right? But that's been a number one seller for a long time. And I even joked with him about that today. When I bring out new items to him. He listens better knowledge he ever used to. Which is good, But yeah, you have to be on top of that style. You have to be willing to matter how much it hurts If something isn't the right, look, you've got to move on from that. You've got to have the right. Look, you've got to be up to date fresh and on top of it. Penny mustard dot com and I got covid diagnosed today. Me and four people in my house. My eight year old grandson, daughter, son in law. Um, So should I. After I get it all would have called. Which should I go get that third shot. I guess I don't know if he has that. Well, obviously your doctor will be a prime on the list of advisers. But go ahead, Randy. Yeah, I would, uh, suggest you talk to your position. If it were me. I've had to Moderna shots that I got. If I got infected, I'm pretty sure I would go get that third one. And you know one thing I sent to you earlier today, Jimbo Jeff Bridges, most of us familiar with the great actor. You know, he November, He got diagnosed with lymphoma, and he's now the good news is he is in remission from that. And then he he and his wife, folks that covid and I got to give you a quote. About why I think it's a good idea to get the vaccine. That's what Jeff Bridges said. Covid about made cancer fight look like a piece of cake. Close quote. Uh, now I want to tell you, Jeff Bridges said after he and his wife recovered, They went back and got the vaccine. So Uh, he kind of wishes Peter Garrett beforehand. But now I would say, Mark, go talk to your physician. And, uh, sorry to hear about everybody in the household there, but Um, why you got the shot, so hopefully I haven't very mild case. Indeed, indeed. Good luck to you. Mark Michael in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Uh, thank you, Jim. Good evening, Randy Larson. Randy, I have a question and a preliminary question. Um, you had a long military career, So I assume you are growing retirement pay from the knowledge That's correct. Okay, So we know 32 years and after beauty? Yep. Right. So before I go to my question, we know that you are innocent under the thumb of the Biden administration. No way. Yeah, well, you can let me ask you, Randy. Point Blank has has Has the government threatened to take away your pension? As if if they could do that, unless you toe the line. I think the only way they can do it if I were convicted of a felony, right exactly So regarding saying what I want to say, nobody tells me what to say, and that includes Johns Hopkins University or the National Defense University. I worked for anybody else except my wife. She still has some guidance on what I say, but certainly not to military. So now that we've determined that Randy is not a paid stooge. Do you have a serious question, Michael? Yes, I do. Here's the question because we had the top man in the Pentagon on this show. Uh, Robert, Uh Spalding, who was in charge of watching A virus is coming out of China. He was the top man he reported directly to the chairman of the joint case of staff. We can't find them with a search warrant now, But here's my question. Well, first of all that, that individual I don't remember ever talking with anybody by that name, but anyway, yeah. Eventually we're going to get to your second question Fact it can be real fast. Okay, okay. Uh, so talking about watching viruses coming out of China? Do you know that we have sufficient security to say that these variants Are not being, uh, gain function engineered ad infinitum to keep us dependent on the pharmaceutical industry for back, Okay. All right. Is there any indication that India the variants are being engineered Randy Now the mother nature is done. Unfortunately, a really great job with which is what mother nature does every virus variants. That's why every year you have to get a new flu shot. That's what virus. Yeah, that's true. That's true. Now there's still a great question about where the whole thing began. And a good friend of mine is the finishing up a report for the Senate Intelligence Committee. Hopefully, by the end of September, that's taken a real hard look at where this whole thing began. Because I'm not convinced. We know the answer to that yet, but regarding Michael's question of the variant, No, that's mother nature doing that. Yeah, And yes, And there are a lot of questions, of course, as to where this came from. Absolutely and very good questions, which have so far had no answers. Lisa and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Good evening. Good evening. My question is If you've heard of this, I work at a facility. Thought what we work with a lot of the elderly, one of the cooks there. Came down with Covid..

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"randy larson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Welcome back to Jim Bohannon showed 18665 Jimbo 1866554626. We're talking about the Biden administration vaccine mandate. And we've been talking with the sewage thinks of Pennsylvania and Randy Larson of the John Topkin Center for Health Security had almost finished his look at the various treatments out there, Randy Well, No, I just heard Well, I got head in there for the commercial. But with Sue, you know, anytime there's any therapeutic for anything, There's always some sort of risk. Of course, the best way to avoid that is to get the vaccines and Then there's very limited possibility. You would have to go in and get one of those. But the monoclonal antibodies are pretty safe and effective. I'm not familiar with the one that she mentioned. It wasn't for general. All right, um, Mark in the Charleston, South Carolina. Good evening, Agent. Thanks. Taking my call. Uh, I gotta quit. I had the I got both of shots. There. Are you February marks both five there. And I got covid diagnosed today. Four people in my house. My eight year old friend, son, daughter, son in law. Um, So should I. After I get it all would have car which should I go Get that third shot. I guess I don't know if you haven't heard of that. Well, obviously your doctor will be a prime on the list of advisers, but go ahead, Randy. Yeah, I would, uh, suggest you talk to your position. If it were me. I've had to Moderna shots. That's why I got if I got infected, I pretty sure I would go get that third one and You know one thing I sent to you earlier today, Jimbo. Jeff Bridges, most of us familiar with the great actor. Uh, you know, he November, He got to diagnosed with lymphoma and he's now the good news is he is in remission from that. And then he and his wife got covid and I got to give you a quote. About why I think it's a good idea to get the vaccine. That's why Jeff Bridges said. Covid about made cancer fight look like a piece of cake. Close quote. Um, now I want to tell you, Jeff Bridges said after he and his wife recovered, They went back and and, uh, Captain vaccine. So, uh, he kind of wishes he got it beforehand. But now I would say, Mark, go talk to your position. And, uh, sorry to hear about everybody in the household. They're big. Um, why have you got the shot, so hopefully you haven't very mild case. Indeed, indeed, Good luck to you. Mark Michael in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Thank you, Jim. Good evening, Randy Larson. Randy, I have a question and a preliminary question. Um, you had a long military career, So I assume you are growing retirement pay based on the knowledge any That's correct. Okay, so we know 32 years on active duty. Yep. Right. So before I go to my question We know that you are innocence under the thumb of the Biden administration. Oh, wait. Uh, well, let me ask you, Randy Point Blank has has Has the government threatened to take away your pension? As if they could do that, unless you toe the line. I think the only way they can do it if I were convicted of a felony, right exactly So regarding saying what I want to say, nobody tells me what to say, and that includes Johns Hopkins University or the National Defense University that I worked for anybody else except my wife. She still has some games over what I say, but certainly not the military. So now that we've determined that Randy is not a paid stooge, Do you have a serious question, Michael? Yes, I do. Here's the question because we had the top man in the Pentagon on this show. Uh, Robert, Uh Spalding, uh, who was in charge of watching? Of viruses coming out of China. He was the top man he reported directly to the Kim. Another joint case of staff. We can't find him with a search warrant now, but here's my question. The first one that that individual I don't remember ever talking with anybody by that name, but anyway, yeah. Eventually we're going to get to your second question. Fact company real fast. Okay, okay. Uh, so talking about watching viruses coming out of China? Do you know that we have sufficient security to say that these variants Are not being, uh, gained its function engineered ad infinitum to keep us dependent on the pharmaceutical industry for back, Okay. All right. Is there any indication that India the variants are being engineered Randy Yeah, The mother nature is done. Unfortunately, a really great job with which is what mother nature does with every virus variants. That's why every year you have to get a new flu shot. That's what viruses Yeah, that's true. That's true. Now there's still a great question about where the whole thing began. And a good friend of mine is the finishing up a report for the Senate Intelligence Committee. Hopefully, by the end of September, that's taken a real hard look at where this whole thing began. Because I'm not convinced. We know the answer to that yet, but regarding Michael's question of the variant. Nope. That's Mother nature doing that. Yeah, And yes, And there are a lot of questions, of course, as to where this this came from? Absolutely. And, uh, very good questions, which have so far had no answers. Lisa in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Good evening. Good evening. Um my question is If you've heard of this, I work in a facility. Where we work with a lot of the elderly, one of the cooks there. Came down with Covid. Recovered, Got back sin ated and just came down and covered for the second time, along with influenza, A Yeah, I can't really respond to the influenza saying influence they that that's completely separate thing. Um However, you can't get it a second time Quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens has had it twice. Uh, the polka dots of infection. Now we do have something, Uh, Lisa called breakthrough, and so People who are fully vaccinated like Jimbo and I, uh, probably not Jimbo, now that he's had the third one, But for me who's just had to I could still get a mild case of Covid. We call it a breakthrough now in places where it's not really a serious outbreak. Right now. It's about one in 5000. Okay, that are getting that in places where it's really kind of mild outbreak right now, in certain parts of the U. S. It's only one in 10,000 who have been vaccinated that get this. The main thing is that it's a very mild case. If you get one of these breakthrough cases, in most cases, there's always a few exceptions, but All of what I am Glad to hear that President Biden is trying to push through is all health care workers should be vaccinated. I can't breathe, but people want to work in the healthcare industry or in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. They really need to be vaccinated to protect the people. They're caring for, whether they're picking their food or caring for the people. So I really hope and I'm shocked about how many health care workers today are not vaccinated. Um I actually find that kind of shocking..

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"randy larson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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06:50 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Jimbo 1866554626. We're talking about the Biden administration vaccine mandate. And we've been talking with the sewage thinks ill of Pennsylvania and Randy Larson of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security had almost finished his look at the various treatments out there, Randy Well, No, I just entered we'll head in there for the commercial. But with Sue, you know, anytime there's any therapeutic for anything, There's always some sort of risk. Of course, the best way to avoid that is to get the vaccines and Then there's very limited possibility. You would have to go in and get one of those. But the monoclonal antibodies are pretty safe and effective. I'm not familiar with the one that she mentioned. It wasn't for general. All right, um, mark in the Charleston, South Carolina. Good evening. Agent. Thanks taking my call. Uh, I gotta quit. I had the I got both of shots already in February, March, both fives there and I got covid diagnosed today. Me if four people in my house my eight year old grandson, daughter, son in law. Um, So should I. After I get you know, with this car, which should I go get that third shot. I guess I don't know if he has an answer for that. Well, obviously your doctor will be a prime on the list of advisers, but go ahead, Randy. Yeah, I would, uh, suggest you talk to your position. If it were me. I've had to Moderna shots if I got If I got infected, I'm pretty sure I would go get that third one. And you know one thing I sent to your earlier today, Jimbo. Jeff Bridges, most of us familiar with the great actor. You know he in November, he got to diagnosed with lymphoma. And he's now the good news is he is in remission from that. And then he and his wife got covid and I got to give you a quote. About why I think it's a good idea to get the vaccine. That's what Jeff Bridges said. Covid about made cancer by look like a piece of cake, close quote. Um, now I want to tell you, Jeff Bridges said after he and his wife recovered, They went back and and, uh, Captain vaccine. So, uh, he kind of wishes he got it beforehand, but No, I would say, Mark, Go talk to your position. And, uh, sorry to hear about everybody in the household there, but yet, uh, why you got the shots, so hopefully you have a very mild case. Indeed, indeed, Good luck to you. Mark Michael in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Thank you, Jim. Good evening, Randy Larson. Randy, I have a question and a preliminary question. Um, you had a long military career, so I assume you are growing retirement paste on the military. That's correct. Okay, so we know 32 years on active duty. Yep. Right. So before I got to my question We know that you are innocence under the thumb of the Biden administration way. Uh, Well, let me ask you, Randy Point Blank has has Has the government threatened to take away your pension as if they could do that? Unless you toe the line. I think the only way they can do it if I were convicted of a felony, right exactly So regarding saying what I want to say, nobody tells me what to say, and that includes Johns Hopkins University or the National Defense University that I worked for anybody else except my wife. She still has some guidance of what I say, but certainly not the military. So now that we've determined that Randy is not a paid stooge, Do you have a serious question, Michael? Yes, I do. Here's the question because we had, uh, the top men in the Pentagon on this show. Uh, Robert, Uh, Spalding, uh, who was in charge of watching? A virus is coming out of China. He was the top man he reported directly to the chairman of the going cases. Staff. We can't find him with a search warrant now, But here's my question. First of all that, that individual I don't remember ever talking with anybody by that name, but anyway, yeah. Eventually we're going to get to your second question Fact it can be real fast. Okay. Okay. Uh, So you're talking about watching viruses coming out of China? You you know that we have sufficient security to say that these variants Are not being, uh, gained its function engineered ad infinitum to keep us dependent on the pharmaceutical industry for back, Okay. All right. Is there any indication that India the variants are being engineered Randy Now the mother nature is done. Unfortunately, a really great job with which is what mother nature does with every virus variants, But that's why every year you have to get a new flu shot. That's what viruses Yeah, that's true. That's true. Now there's still a great question about where the whole thing began. And a good friend of mine is the finishing up a report for the Senate Intelligence Committee. Hopefully, by the end of September, that's taken a real hard look at where this whole thing began. Because I'm not convinced. We know the answer to that yet, but regarding Michael's question and the variant, No, that's mother nature doing that. Yeah, And yes, And there are a lot of questions, of course, as to where this this came from? Absolutely. And, uh, very good questions, which have so far had no answers. Lisa in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Good evening. Good evening. Um my question is If you've heard of this, I work at a facility. Where we work with a lot of the elderly, one of the cooks there. Came down with Covid. Recovered, got back so nated and just came down and covered for the second time, along with influenza, A Yeah, I can't really respond to the influenza, saying I influence a that That's completely separate thing. Um However, you can't get it a second time Quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens has had it twice. Uh, the polka dots of infection..

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"randy larson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Welcome back to the gym. Bohannan show 18665 Jimbo are number 1866554 66 as we delve into the Mandates that have been put forward by President Biden. And they switch in the opinion of many would have to have some changes in the law, courtesy of Congress before they would probably stand up to Constitutional scrutiny, and it's expected that within a month the Supreme Court will have a preliminary say so in all of this, Randy Larson our guest again as we turn to mark and LaGrande, Oregon. Good evening, Mark. It is Mark. Yes, sir. Yeah. And what's on your mind tonight? Mark? Well, wanted to ask, you know your guess as well. You know, when it comes to natural immunity, you know what Covid being healthy and everything. If there's a case for national immunity against vaccinations and mandates and everything, and also like you said constitutional law and how it's going to affect come down line Supreme Court So wanted to hear your thoughts on that again. Well, personally, I'm protected as well. So I said, I guess from Texas. I guess I somehow through through all of that. I didn't quite get the thrust of exactly what you wanted us to to address Mark. Other than everything we've talked about, Jimbo, the constitutional law issue we ask about I believe alright. Well, alright. Again as I'll repeat what what Alan Dershowitz is offering as a thought. He says that, uh, the courts will likely agree that the Uncle Sam has the power to enforce vaccine mandates. But the rules And the punishments the or else clause will have to come from Congress and not from the president. And I would note, of course, by the way that several weeks ago there was skepticism about the constitutionality of this from none other than Joe Biden. So, Randy Yeah, Yeah, well, so first of all, A lot of people refer to a Supreme Court case called Jacobson vs Massachusetts. From 19 Oh, five it had to do with smallpox vaccines, and the Supreme Court upheld that state of Massachusetts could mandate smallpox vaccine. But that was stated authority and it had been a law passed by the state legislature. Now this is completely different than using for the apartment of Labour's under OSHA, the occupational of whatever that stands for the hazards business. Um, no, that that that's probably not going to hold up. I mean, Alan Dershowitz don't need doesn't need me to agree with him. But he's absolutely right. There's been about six times that OSHA has Their federal government straight to use OSHA enforce something five times The Supreme Court overturned it and said, if you want to do that get Congress to pass along. Now there's still as calendar, Schwitz says there still be a debate if even the U. S. Congress Passed a law mandating vaccines because what the Supreme Court has upheld since 19 Oh, five is that state Have the authority to mandate something like a vaccine. And that's what governor Abbott has been arguing here in Texas that you know if the Texas Legislature passed a law says everybody's got to get, you know a covid vaccine, and that was the law in Texas. That would probably stand up the courts. But I think it's highly unlikely that using the Department of Labor and OSHA It's probably not going to get through the Supreme Court. My opinion. Sewage shrinks. Ville, Pennsylvania Good evening. Good evening. Uh, I'm glad you have this guest done tonight. Um, great, interesting topic to all of us, Of course. And my question has to do with. Well one of the things you just said already that where he is, you can go and get a script for Regeneron. And you're good to go. Basically, you go get your infusion and you go home. And Trump was treated with that, and that was well before he was ever vaccinated. And my question is so I'm in Pennsylvania and you know when you go to the hospital Let's just say you get covid and you need to be hospitalized. You don't have a lot of choice, do you? I mean, they have protocols that they're using. And from what I understand, you know, Remdesivir is very hard on the kidneys and is responsible for kidney failure. And a lot of multiple organ failures. And so if you as a patient, um you know, or purchaser of health care if you will, you know, tell the doctors, okay? I don't want to have this drug. I want to have that drugs. How likely are you to have a choice in the matter? Well, uh, the one that I mentioned the monoclonal antibody is the brand name is Regeneron and right buddy, who is the infectious disease? Doc there at Pittsburgh works out of several different hospitals up there. He and he's the expert, not me and this thing, he said. He really likes it, and he thinks it's safe and it's very effective. And so I, I would, uh I would rely on doctors. But Dr Methodology says on that, and, uh he is the real spokesperson on that. So what you can actually ask of your doctor. I know there's certain people going into doctors to say I want, you know, I remember the most or some of these other things that really have no validity from any sort of tests that FDA or other organizations have done. Um, I don't think too many doctors would go along with that. But I think in any type, you're getting medical treatment. I alright? Well, well, sure if you're going to make it, But Randy will finish those thoughts when we come back on the Bohannan show in just a moment. A.

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WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Eco Power on and on. Welcome back to the chip Bohannan show. 18665 Oh, Jimbo are number 1866554 66 as we delve into the Mandates that have been put forward by President Biden mandates which in the opinion of many would have to have some changes in the law of courtesy of Congress before they would probably stand up to Constitutional scrutiny, and it's expected that within a month the Supreme Court will have a preliminary say so in all of this, Randy Larson our guest again as we turn to mark and LaGrande, Oregon. Good evening, Mark. It isn't Mark. Yes, sir. Yeah. And what's on your mind tonight? Mark Mark. Well, I wanted to ask, you know your guess as well. You know when it comes to natural immunity You know, with Covid being healthy and everything if there's a case for national immunity against vaccinations and mandates and everything, and also like you said, prostitution law and how it's going to affect come down line Supreme Court. So wanted to hear your thoughts on that again. Well, firstly, I'm protected as well. So I 70 guests from Texas. I guess I somehow through through all of that. I didn't quite get the thrust of exactly what you wanted us to to address Mark. Other than everything we've talked about, Jimbo Constitutional law issue we ask about I believe alright. Well, alright. Again as I'll repeat what what Alan Dershowitz is offering as a thought. He says that, uh, the courts will likely agree that the Uncle Sam has the power to enforce vaccine mandates. But the rules And the punishments the or else clause will have to come from Congress and not from the president. And I would note, of course, by the way that several weeks ago there was skepticism about the constitutionality of this from none other than Joe Biden. So, Randy Yeah, Yeah, well, so first of all, A lot of people refer to a Supreme Court case called Jacobson vs Massachusetts. From 19 Oh, five it had to do with smallpox vaccines, and the Supreme Court upheld that state of Massachusetts could mandate smallpox vaccine. But that was stated authority and it had been a law passed by the state legislature. Now this is completely different than using the Department of labors under OSHA, the occupational of whatever that stands for the hazards business. Um, no, that that that's probably not going to hold up. I mean, Alan Dershowitz don't need doesn't need me to agree with him, but he's absolutely right. There's been about six times, but OSHA has Their federal governments try to use OSHA enforce something five times The Supreme Court has overturned it and said, if you want to do that get Congress to pass along. Now there's still as calendar, Schwitz says there still be a debate if even the U. S. Congress Passed a law mandating vaccines because what the Supreme Court has upheld since 19 Oh, five is that state Have the authority to mandate something like a vaccine. And that's what governor Abbott has been arguing here in Texas that you know if it's Texas Legislature passed a law says Everybody's got to get, you know, Covid vaccine and that was the law in Texas. That would probably stand up the courts. But I think it's highly unlikely that using the Department of Labor in OSHA It's probably not going to get through the Supreme Court. My opinion. Sewage shrinks. Ville, Pennsylvania Good evening. Good evening. Uh, I'm glad you have this guest done tonight. Um, great, interesting topic to all of us, of course, And my question has to do with Well, one of the things your guests that already that where he is, you can go and get a script for Regeneron. And you're good to go. Basically, you go get your infusion and you go home. And Trump was treated with that, and that was well before he was ever vaccinated. And my question is so I'm in Pennsylvania and you know when you go to the hospital Let's just say you get covid and you need to be hospitalized. You don't have a lot of choice, do you? I mean, they have protocols that they're using. And from what I understand, you know, Remdesivir is very hard on the kidneys and is responsible for kidney failure. And a lot of multiple organ failures. And so if you as a patient, um you know, or purchaser of health care if you will, you know, tell the doctors, okay? I don't want to have this drug. I want to have that drugs. How likely are you to have a choice in the matter? Well, the one that I mentioned the monoclonal antibody is the brand name is Regeneron and right buddy, who is the infectious disease doctor there at Pittsburgh works out of several different hospitals up there. He and he's the expert, not me and this, he said. He really likes it and he thinks it's safe and it's very effective. And so I, I would, uh, I would rely on Dr what Dr Methodology says on that. And, uh, he he's the real spokesperson on that. So what? You can actually asking your doctor. I know there's certain people going into doctors that say I want, you know, I've met going or some of these other things that really have no validity from any sort of tests that FDA or other organizations have done. Um, I don't think too many doctors would go along with that, but I think in any type here getting medical treatment I alright? Well, well, sure if you're going to make it, But Randy will finish those thoughts when we come back on the Bohannan show in just a moment. You're locked into the flag. Am 1192.3. Did you miss the recent Trump rally? Every major cable.

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"randy larson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Not only will you have immunity, but this thing that some people are kind of. It's not a great scientific term, but they're kind of thrown around this. Super immunity idea that, um, but I think the main thing we're trying to get across here is just because you think you had covid infection. Or maybe you've had it laboratory confirmed. That doesn't mean you still shouldn't get the vaccine. Now some scientists and physicians and this is the kind of discussion you have with your personal position, not me. But talk to your personal position. Some are saying Maybe you shouldn't if you've had a laboratory confirmed infection. And then you get the first vaccine. You might not get the second one because you may have a little bit stronger Reaction to that, Uh, but that's a discussion for you and your position, but certainly get the first one. All right now, then, uh, boosters we've heard, Of course, the boosters were available. And that, uh, that, uh, I've heard various things about about their recommendation as to whether or not that is a good idea or not. I have to do a personally have a somewhat compromised immune system, so I've not had to wait. I've gotten a third of the Moderna series, which I was informed by the way as I got it is. In fact, it was the second shot all over again. But another dosage. So tell us more about these boosters and where that discussion stands. I will. But first I'm going to ask you a question. What kind of reaction that you had to have booster. I've never had any reaction to any of these shots whatsoever. I mean, even even the arm wasn't sore. I mean, I suppose if I punched my arm that it would have been a little sore, But I mean nothing. Zero Nada. That's great, and you're kind of the majority. You know, my arm was a little bit sore after my first game, but you know nothing to write home about. But okay the boosters, and it's interesting that two of the very senior people that these vaccines approved as quickly as they did in everything they have decided it's time to retire from FDA. They just had an article published today. In the land set, which is kind of like the journal American Medical Association, except the United Kingdom, and they're saying the general public should not be getting boosters now clearly for You know people like France, you and I, You know they're older and over 70 and the mean compromise or whatever that it's a good idea, but both saying and this is still open for debate. And about about the boosters. Now, they it hasn't yet be a has made a final ruling on this. I think President Biden got just a little bit over out in front of the Steve there. When the announcements about two weeks ago, the room gonna have boosters. Uh, they're producing them and we got lots of vaccines. And so that's good. There's plenty of it available, but I don't think we're quite there yet in getting the approval except For people that are particularly people over 70. I've even heard some people say over 60 and particularly with immune compromise. Now that means like people who've had solid organ transplants, a good head cancer. Therapy and certain other conditions. Were there pretty severely immune compromise, and those boosters could be the difference between life and death. So for them, it's a great thing, and I think we'll get the final word probably in early October, about Who else should be getting all right More to come with Randy Larson. He is again National security advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. 18665. Oh, Jimbo are number 1866554626 back with some calls. In just a moment. Are.

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"randy larson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"So just so we're conversant with the term to what Precisely does super immunity refer. Well, actually, not a very scientific term, but I'm surprised how many, uh, fighters. I'm here kind of using that term now, and there's no really hard definition for it. But I read a paper today that said you would likely be immune from SARS. Kobe won't That's it terrible disease we had back in 2000 and three that had like a 40% Haliti rate. And so in all the variables, and so not only will you have immunity, but this thing that some people are kind of. It's not a great scientific term, but they're kind of thrown around this. Super immunity idea that, uh, but I think the main thing we're trying to get across here is just because you think you've had covid infection. Or maybe you had a laboratory confirmed. That doesn't mean you still shouldn't get the vaccine. Now some scientists and physicians and this is the kind of discussion you have with your personal position, not me. But talk to your personal position. Some are saying Maybe you shouldn't if you've had a laboratory confirmed infection. And then you get the first vaccine. You might not get the second one because you may have a little bit stronger Reaction to that, Uh, but that's a discussion for you and your position, but certainly get the first one. All right now, then, uh, boosters we have heard, Of course, the boosters were available. And that uh, that, uh, I've heard various things about about their recommendation as to whether or not that is a good idea or not. I have to do a personally have a somewhat compromised immune system. So I've not had to wait. I've gotten a third of the Moderna series, which I was informed by the way as I got it. Is. In fact, it was the second shot all over again. But another dosage. So tell us more about these boosters and where that discussion stands. I will. But first I'm going to ask you a question. What kind of reaction that you had to that booster? I've never had any reaction to any of these shots whatsoever. I mean, even even the arm wasn't sore. I mean, I suppose if I had punched my arm that it would have been a little sore, But I mean nothing. Zero. Nada. Well, that's great, and you're kind of the majority. You know, my arm was a little bit so long after my first date, but You know nothing to write home about. But okay, the boosters, and it's interesting that two of the very senior people that got these vaccines approved as quickly as they did in everything. They have decided it's time to retire from FDA. They just had an article published today in the Land set, which is kind of like the journal American Medical Association except the United Kingdom. And they're saying the general public should not be getting boosters now clearly for you know, people like perhaps you and I, You know they're older and over 70 and immune compromised or whatever. That it's a good idea, but they're saying and this is still open for debate and about about the boosters. Now, they it hasn't the FDA has made a final ruling on this. I think President Biden got just a little bit over. Out in front of the skis there when they announced this about two weeks ago, the room gonna have boosters. Uh, they're producing them and we got lots of vaccines. And so that's good. There's plenty of it available, but I don't think we're quite You there yet in getting the approval, except for people that are particularly people over 70. I've even heard some people say over 60 and particularly with immune compromised Now that means like people who've had solid organ transplants. Good had cancer. Therapy and certain other conditions. Were there pretty severely immune compromise, and those boosters could be the difference between life and death. So for them, it's a great thing, and I think we'll get the final words, probably in early October, about Who else should be getting useless? All right, more to come with Randy Larson. He is again National security advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. 18665. Oh, Jimbo are number 1866554626 back with some calls in just a moment. Is your bathroom, looking old and worn out. Want to update.

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"randy larson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Bugatti updates us on the status of the mandates to get vaccinated. The president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And the refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S. Sees a sharp rise in cases about 300% more each day. But at this time last year Saga Megane at the White House. And there are a lot of questions, of course, to be addressed by this, including the notion of constitutionality for the record by the way, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz says that the courts Will lighten the Supreme Court, by the way, should probably get a preliminary ruling out within a month or so. The courts will likely agree that the federal government has the power to enforce vaccine mandates, but they will say that the rules and the punishment will have to come from Congress. And not from the president. So that on the legal front from other fronts, of course, will be taking your calls at 18665. Oh, Jimbo 186650546 to sixth. And with our guest repeat guest Randy Larson, National security advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health, Security. And a Good Evening, Randi. Good evening, Jimbo. Glad to be back with you. Glad to have you on the program tonight as we look at a variety of questions that are coming down the pike out there. Uh, one question that has occurred to some, I suppose, would be the question of whether vaccines are still as effective. As they were back in January. We, of course, have have heard all about the 90 plus effective rate of these vaccines. And these are that's far and excessive, most any other vaccine in history, But Is that still the case? Well, First of all, just one thing I should say, and I'll get to the specific numbers, but we need to understand how a back scene work vaccines teach your body how to fight off infection. It's not like guarantee that it prevents you from being beckoned. It teaches your body now back in January, when we didn't have this Delta variant, which is very contagious and very kind of a nasty variants is the worst barrier we know out there right now of Tobin. But back in January. It was about 93% effective in having your body fight off the infection, so you wouldn't even really know it unless she wasn't gonna test However, because it is Delta variant. Now that, uh, completely fighting it off his only about 66% effective. However, the two numbers I'm most interested in or the two facts are keeping me out of the hospital or keeping me from dying, and those two figures are still Above 90%, and I think that's what probably most of your listeners are interested in. We don't want to go to the hospital if we get covid, and we don't want to die now. You may get that mild case of flu. I've heard Governor Abbott talk about it, Uh, he after he had his second backseat. He got positive on the test, said he felt like he had a mild case of Uh, blue and he took. We can talk more about this. Later, He took the current Regeneron, which is the monoclonal antibody, and he recovered in four days. But the key is is that he was vaccinated. Which is why he had such a mild case in the first place. So to answer your question. Get the shots. Get the vaccines and you're still 90% chance. You'll stay out of the hospital and you won't die. Let me ask you about these alternative treatments that are being offered not to preventative but treatments which, of course, have received a great deal of, uh of anecdotal support in this area of social media almost immediately And yet, I have heard nothing in the way of clinical trials to test these these various treatments. I know that it's not a simple task to undertake. But given that this is the era of social media, and the news of such of such products travels rapidly, we need to reallocate our resources and to determine if, in fact Uh, these are good. If, in fact they are, in which case they should be available to everybody. Or if they're not, Then they should be, uh, denounced as, uh, essentially hocus pocus and ignored, But but we shouldn't just be relying only on anecdotal evidence we should know one way or the other. Absolutely. I agree, and I assume you're talking about. I met him in some of these other that remedies that you can read about online, and that's not where I like to get my medical advice now as far as therapeutics One. That's very good is the one that, uh, President trump dot Governor Abbott got monoclonal antibody or Regeneron was specific one that they got, and as one of the problems we had when I talk to you about this time last year, I got a good buddy of mine whose infectious disease stock in the Pittsburgh area and if you catch it early Uh, look, this covid infection and you get this monoclonal antibody. Um, your great shape. It's really effective and keeping your case very mild. His problem was that this is an infusion. You got to go like to hurt people go get Treatment for cancer, you know, and and so you've got to go and they're hooked up to the ID, and you may be on there for an hour or so well, he couldn't send those people infected with covid down to the same facility that's treating cancer patients so he wasn't able to use it as much as he wanted. Well, what we have here in Texas. We got all these mobile facilities and they're free if you get a positive past, But you can do is get a doctor to say Hey, you need to get a monoclonal antibody. You can go to one of these mobile facilities. We have all over the state. It's free. You get your infusion, and then you go home. And that is the one If I were to get sick, That's the one I want. That's one. I'll tell my family to get All right, well, 8665 Oh, Jimbo 18665054626. Also, there's much talk of natural immunity that is to say people have been previously infected. I have heard that even for people who have been previously infected that the vaccine increases by many fold, maybe as much as tenfold their immunity Well and absolutely And it's so some people say, Well, you know, I think I was infected six months ago or last year, so I don't need to get the vaccine. Well, that's really gambling. And I'm I'm a bit of a gamble. I love to play poker. But, Jimbo, I like it when the odds are really in my favorite and the best way to get the odds in your favor If you have been infected, and I'm talking about Laboratory confirmed infections and you get one dose of either Pfizer or Moderna. You're getting the four people are referring to it as super immunity. I mean, you're good for all the different variance and variance that may yet to come. That is really the best kind of position. You could be in now. One of my friends for immunologist I was talking to today she goes now Don't try this at home. I'm not saying go out and get infected because and then you get one shot your super good. You were really safe. If you just get the vaccines like we're trying to get everybody to do, But for those who have been infected, um one dose of the either Pfizer Moderna or just a single dose of J and J and you are really Safe. So just so we're conversing with the term. Uh, to what Precisely does super immunity refer? Well, actually, not a very scientific term, but I'm surprised how many, uh, fighters. I'm here kind of using that term now, and there's no really hard definition for it. But I read a paper today that said you would likely be immune from SARS. Kobe won't That's that terrible disease we had back in 2000 and three that had like a 40% Haliti rate and so and all the variables and so.

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"randy larson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Saagar began a updates this on the status of the mandates to get vaccinated. The president says most Americans have done the right thing by getting vaccinated. He and they are frustrated by the 80 million who have not been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. Any refusal has cost all of us. Among other steps. He's rolling out sweeping federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans, including mandating that all employers with more than 100 workers require vaccinations or weekly tests. The moves come as the U. S. Sees a sharp rise in cases about 300% more each day. But at this time last year Saga Megane at the White House. And there are a lot of questions, of course, to be addressed by this, including the notion of constitutionality for the record by the way, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz says that the courts Will lighten the Supreme Court, by the way, should probably get a preliminary ruling out within a month or so. The courts will likely agree that the federal government has the power to enforce vaccine mandates, but they will say that the rules and the punishment will have to come from Congress. And not from the president. So that on the legal front from other fronts, of course, will be taking your calls at 18665. Oh, Jimbo 1866554626. And with our guest repeat guest Randy Larson, National security advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health, Security. And a Good Evening, Randi. The reigning Jimbo. Glad to be back with you. Glad to have you on the program tonight as we look at a variety of questions that are coming down the pike out there. Uh, one question that has occurred to some, I suppose, would be the question of whether vaccines are still as effective. As they were back in January. We, of course, have have heard all about the 90 plus effective rate of these vaccines. And these are that's far and excessive, most any other vaccine in history, But Is that still the case? Well, First of all, just one thing I should say, and I'll get to the specific numbers, but we need to understand how a back scene work vaccines teach your body how to fight off and infection. It's not like guarantee that it prevents you from being beckoned. It teaches your body now back in January, when we didn't have this Delta variant, which is very contagious and Very kind of a nasty variants is the worst barrier we know out there right now of Tobin. But back in January, it was about 93% effective in having your body fight off the infection. So you and even really know it unless you wouldn't go to task. However, because it is Delta variant now that completely fighting it off his only about 66% effective. However, the two numbers I'm most interested in or the two facts are keeping me out of the hospital or keeping me from dying, and those two figures are still Above 90%, and I think that's what probably most of your listeners are interested in. We don't want to go to the hospital if we get covid, and we don't want to die now. You may get that mild case of flu. I've heard Governor Abbott talk about it, Uh, he after he had his second backseat. He got positive on the test, said he felt like he had a mild case of Uh, blue and he took. We can talk more about this. Later, He took parent Regeneron, which is the monoclonal antibody, and he recovered in four days. But the key is is that he was vaccinated. Which is why he had such a mild case in the first place. So to answer your question. Get the shots. Get the vaccines and you're still 90% chance. You'll stay out of the hospital and you won't die. Let me ask you about these alternative treatments that are being offered not to preventative but treatments which, of course, have received a great deal of, uh of anecdotal support in this era of social media almost immediately And yet, I have heard nothing in the way of clinical trials to test these these various treatments. I know that it's not a simple task to undertake. But given that this is the era of social media, and the news of such of such products travels rapidly, we need to reallocate our resources and to determine if, in fact Uh, these are good. If, in fact they are, in which case they should be available to everybody. Or if they're not, Then they should be, uh, denounced as, uh, essentially hocus pocus and ignored, But but we shouldn't just be relying only on anecdotal evidence we should know one way or the other. Absolutely. I agree. And I assume you're talking about I ever met him in some of these other remedies that you can read about online, and that's not where I like to get my medical advice now as far as therapeutics One. That's very good is the one that, uh, President trump dot Governor Abbott got monoclonal antibody or Regeneron was specific one that they got and one of the problems we had when I talk to you about this time last year, I got a good buddy of mine whose infectious disease stock in the Pittsburgh area and if you catch it early Look, this covid infection and you get this monoclonal antibody. Um, your great shape. It's really effective and keeping your case very mild. His problem was that this is an infusion. You got to go like to hurt people don't get Treatment for cancer, you know, and and so you've got to go and they're hooked up to the ID, and you may be on there for an hour or so well, he couldn't send those people infected with covid down to the same facility that's treating cancer patients so he wasn't able to use it as much as he wanted. Well, what we have here in Texas. We got all these mobile facilities and they're free. If you get a positive test you can do is get a doctor to say, Hey, you need to get a monoclonal antibody. You can go to one of these mobile facilities. We have all over the state. It's free. You get your infusion, and then you go home, and that is the one. If I were to get sick, That's the one I want, and that's one. I'll tell my family to get All right, Well, 8665 Oh, Jimbo, when 866554626. Also there's much talk of natural immunity that is to say people have been previously infected. I have heard that even for people who have been previously infected that the vaccine increases by many fold, maybe as much as tenfold their their immunity. Oh, absolutely. And so some people say, Well, you know, I think I was infected six months ago or last year, so I don't need to get the vaccine. Well, that's really gambling. And I'm on a bit of a gamble. I love to play poker. But I, Jimbo, I like it when the odds are really in my favorite and the best way to get the odds in your favor If you have been infected, and I'm talking about Laboratory confirmed infections and you get one dose of either Pfizer or Moderna. You're getting the before people are referring to it as super immunity. I mean, you're good for all the different variance and variance that may yet to come. That is really doesn't the best kind of position you could be in now. One of my friends with immunologist I was talking to today she goes now Don't try this at home. I'm not saying go out and get infected because and then you get one shot your super good. You were really safe. If you just get the back scenes like we're trying to get everybody to do, But for those who have been infected Um one dose of the either Pfizer Moderna or just the single dose of J and J and you are really safe..

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"randy larson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"randy larson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A huge That's you. That's you, The men that they're sitting about in the jingle. It's me, It's me. Not only do we have the jingle we have the man in the jingle the man in the jingle right here and let me be the first to say or the second to say. Right on, baby and and also let me add 24 skidoo after inflation, Right? Uh, quite welcome. Well, that's that's our okay. Coming up tonight on the Jimbo had a show on this very same station at one A.m. Colonel Randy Larson. He is With the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security will look at the Biden administration vaccine order. And then it at two AM Bruce Jones, who is an expert on navies, and he's written to rule the waves, how control of the world's ocean shapes, the fate of the superpowers and so well Talk of naval maneuvers which don't involve a grass skirt. You know, uh, that was the way it was in ancient times to whoever whoever ruled the ocean ruled the world. That's true. And he argues that despite the missiles and despite, uh airplanes and satellites, and all of that, and the Internet, that it's still true today, but that that young man playing in the bathtub there with the toy boats, he could be a future, admiral, Uh or not or or it could just be landed her on Saturday night. I mean, I prefer the term Captain Jim. I knew there was a camera bathroom. Alright. Uh, Jim Bohannon coming up later. Tonight and tomorrow morning, So be sure to listen in all right. Much of the same station. Yes, that's right. You know, I need a couple of things given to me now and You're good. You're.

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"randy larson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"randy larson" Discussed on KOMO

"Hopkins University says the U. S death toll from the pandemic has now eclipsed 400,000. And here's The Associated Press correspondent Shelly Adler. It absolutely didn't have to be that way. Dr Mark Roberts of the University of Pittsburgh graduate School of Public Health, We are per population and absolutely the worst developed nation in handling the covert crisis. But Roberts is optimistic with a new administration coming in, especially when it comes to getting vaccines into the arms of Americans. Biden plan to hire 100,000 Public health workers Is, you know, 30 40 years too late, but it's the right director. It's the right thing to do. The nation reached the 400,000 milestone in just under a year. The first No deaths from the virus in the U. S were in early February of last year. I'm showing antler. And let's talk about that tonight with a repeat guest. Always welcome back on Retired Air Force Colonel Randy Larson. He is co founder and editor of a good war blogged and podcast, which, of course, refers to this war on this coronavirus. He is also national security advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, which he's held now. For the past 16 years, Randy. Thank you for being with us. Thank you, Jimbo. Always a pleasure to be with you. Thank you, sir. Now let's start off. I guess with what we would call the headline 400,000 deaths. Are we in fact? Fighting this virus to be deadlier than it necessarily had to be. Oh, absolutely. You're Person was quoted in that AP story. You know, it's really a tragedy, you know? Um on January 14th we had 3915 covert deaths in America. With the entire pandemic now of a year, South Korea has had 1300 deaths now. They're 52 million people. So you know, not a small country. Um, 1300 deaths and we had, you know, three times that many on January 14th. We've done a terrible job in this country. I mean, I don't know how else to put it. It's uh, it's tragedy. What in particular, have we done? If you could go down the litany of things that we've done wrong? Uh, I will. I will give you. Yeah. My little great card that I have here, uh, have been working on today. But and one other thing when you know we just passed 400,000, you know? We're really closing in on how many U. S military people were killed and work forward to is about 405,000. And we're 400,000. Now in less than a year, And this, uh, this pandemic? It's disgraceful. Um, so, Yeah, I have some grades here. Um and I have been known to be a tough grader. I don't grade on a curve and One of the F grades that we have for the U. S response to this pandemic goes to CDC for their delays and developing Coben test early in a pandemic. I think there's untold numbers of deaths that didn't need to happen, but it was a total failure in developing these tests because, you know, it's like Jimbo on the battlefield. If you don't know what's going on. How can you be making decisions and we were blind for the first two months? Who in the United States? Um, last year, another F grade just found out about this two days ago. You know the P P P program this thing the help everybody out, and there's certainly some good elements of that. But somebody in that program gave $850,000 to several anti vaccine organizations. What? What a disgrace. I mean the vaccines of the things that can really get this under control. Um, Also, I got a d grade, Um, for money of the state's not all we'll talk about this later. There's some that's actually doing a pretty decent job, but about a ministry in the back seats what we say in the field of public health. If it Vaccines don't save lives. Vaccinations do so, having you know Vaccines. Vials of vaccine sitting in polled. Story doesn't do anything to stop this. You gotta get in people's arms, and many states are really failing on that we can get in more detail about that later. Also a deed for federal, state and local governments communicating the public. I mean, you know, I spent most of my days looking at this reading reports trying to figure out what's going on. And there's so many areas that I'm confused about because it's just not clear and we're certainly not Communicating that federal, state and local government. Hopefully we can improve on that. But I got one a grade and that's for government and industry who were part of work speed. Now, some of my colleagues, Jimbo might disagree with me because of this disaster. Once he gets to the state level and getting in people's arms, But the federal government's real job in this was developing this vaccine and absolute record time normally takes eight years to come up with a new vaccine. These folks just just amazing that they came up with this in about 10 months, and we need to talk more about this about how good these two vaccines really are a lot of people. So, Yeah, I was just gonna say a lot of people were worried that that involved cutting corners No. Now that's a very good question that it's important that we address we did things that have never been done before. But it was because it would make no economic sense that if you want to come out with the new vaccine for something new polio vaccine or something, you would not do it the way we did this because we started.

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"Five. Thank you. Well, I'm going. I wasn't healthcare filled by most being a air working a long term care facility. I have been reading a lot online about Health care, A lot of health care workers, nurses Age, and all of them aren't up to getting the shot. They don't want to get the shot. But then I'm pending in the background. You hear that? There might be something past forest. If you want to continue to work in the health care field, you have to have your syriza covert shots or you're not going to be able to Do not go ahead. Ready? Carefully. Excellent question. And, um, maybe a little bit different in each state. But I'm pretty sure about this because these two vaccines now we're talking about Visor and Moderna have not been licensed by the Food and Drug Administration. They have what's called an emergency use authorization. No, I do not believe anyone can be forced to take a vaccine to keep their job Now. I do know that many hospitals say if you don't want to get a flu vaccine, you can't come to work and we can't pay you. They can make you do that. In many states, and I know that some doctors in particular, pediatricians say if you don't want to get your Children, childhood vaccines, that's your decision, but you can't come to my practice and potentially infect my other patients. I don't. I think it's really important clearly when you look at how many people die, the percentage of them in nursing homes. That's the majority of the people who died at Copan are in that age group and in those facilities, so I hope that we can convince those people to be taking the vaccine. But I don't think they can force you to do it. As long as it's an emergency use, and Jimbo, I would like to make one more comment about New Jersey since I gave a pretty good hit about smoking thing, which I still think is the dumbest thing. I've heard upped, but there are 3000 counties in the U. S. I think actually about 3007, but I think one of the best counties that is dealing with getting vaccine and people's arms is Ethics County, New Jersey, third largest county in New Jersey, 800,000 residents And On the weekly basis. They're getting 100% of the vaccines they received from the federal government into people's arms. And I think the and you know what the difference is there, it's called leadership. Leadership in that county, both political leadership in the public health leadership. They got this figured out, and I wish I almost lived in that county. I like Texas. But I'll tell you what Essex County, New Jersey. They definitely deserve credit for what they've been doing up there, all right to Arthur in ST Robert's Missouri. Hello, Arthur. Jim. Thank you for taking my call, sir. Yes, sir. For Mr Lawson Lawson. Yes, sir. We'll talk about this vaccine, and now we got Madonna and five grand on day one of the company now are they all using? First question or they all using this strange ingredients to make up the next vaccine. And number two is that all of all of them have the same pharmaceutical quality. In the front. Of course in how come from a son love it needs to be killed, frozen. And some of it does not. Arthur. Look you, Arthur. Those are excellent questions, and I will tell you that Visor and Moderna are what we call am are in a vaccine and these are new. We've never used these before, And that's why we've been able to produce him so quickly. They are very similar and how they're made. And there's really not that many. Things and as far as ingredients, you can go on the CDC website, and you can see what's actually in there that says we not many things in there, but now some of the new ones that air coming that'll be single shot, or, like noble backs, and Johnson Johnson, they're more traditional. Vaccines and I can't really tell you about. You know what's in that I don't have that readily available, but once again as we went back to when we talked about You know one point million Fizer vaccinations given there in that third week in December, and on Lee really 17 cases of people having a response to it. I mean, you know, we probably get more people get bad responses from eating cheeseburgers. You know, if 1.8 million people had those so Thies air, really, really. Safe vaccines. And, you know, I tell everybody my family to go get him And I wouldn't do that if I didn't believe they were completely safe to Christine in Northern California. Good evening. Good afternoon and thank you. And I hope you don't be so rude and cut me off like he did the first guy who called 1st 1st guy. I'll put it this way. The first guy the notion that all vaccines are evil, and the federal government could do absolutely nothing, right. I've heard enough of that for one lifetime. Thank you. I said, Please give me a cancer. I saw some documentation that Bill Gates built one minute. Linda Gates Foundation funded John Hopkins 650 John Hopkins. University, where Mr Randy Larson's from funding them with $658 million and donations. So why should we believe him? When Bill Gates owns all the vaccines comes they He funds the vaccine company. But Bear Corporation owns half.

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"I don't think so. Why we let them make all of our pharmaceuticals. Because it's cheaper. I'll tell you exactly why it's back to the old axiom of Vladimir Lenin. And that is a voice when it comes time to hang. All the capitalist say shall be found bidding on the rope. We can be cheap beyond belief in this country. And it's a national security threat and sing it couldn't agree more Alright, more to come. 186650 Jimbo 18665054626 hour update on just where we stand with this pandemic, I cannot thinking back. At the last say, June. We were all looking forward Labor day when this will be behind us. Okay. Which is one more question before the break, I guess. Is there any point of which we can look ahead and be glad when this is quote behind us? What about this coming Labor day, Randy? I'm hoping we can see a major improvement. There's gonna be plenty of vaccine by this summer, and that's the only way we're going to get this under control. We still got to do the mask and the social distancing and whatever. It would really be nice. Next fall off. We could go to a football stadium with 100,000 people. There are a rock concert with 50,000 people, but it's 9 10. Months away, I'm afraid Right more to come with our guest, Randy Larson. He is again with Johns Hopkins University National Security advisor at their center for Health Security. 186650, Jimbo, our number 18665054626 and we'll be back. In just a moment. If you're very quiet, you can.

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"Hopkins University, says the U. S. Death toll from the pandemic has now eclipsed 400,000 and here's Associated Press correspondent Shelly Adler. It absolutely didn't have to be that way. Dr Mark Roberts of the University of Pittsburgh graduate School of Public Health, We are per population and absolutely the worst developed nation in handling the covert crisis. But Roberts is optimistic with the new administration coming in, especially when it comes to getting vaccines into the arms of Americans. Biden's plan to hire 100,000 public health workers Is, you know, 30 40 years too late, But it's the right direct. It's the right thing to do. The nation reached the 400,000 milestone in just under a year. The first no deaths from the virus in the U. S were in early February of last year. I'm surely antler. And let's talk about that tonight with a repeat guest. Always welcome back on Retired Air Force Colonel Randy Larson. He is co founder and editor of a good war blogged and podcast, which, of course, refers to this war on this coronavirus. He is also national security advisor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, which he's held now. For the past 16 years, Randy. Thank you for being with us. Thank you, Jimbo. Always a pleasure to be with you. Thank you, sir. Now let's start off. I guess with what we would call the headline 400,000 deaths. Are we in fact? Fighting this virus to be deadlier than it necessarily had to be. Absolutely. You're Person was quoted in that AP story. You know, it's really a tragedy, you know? Um on January 14th we had 3915 covert deaths in America. With the entire pandemic now of a year, South Korea has had 1300 deaths now. They're 52 million people. So you know, not a small country. Um, 1300 deaths and we had, you know, three times that many on January 14th. We've done a terrible job in this country. I mean, I don't know how else to put it. It's uh, it's tragic. What in particular, have we done? If you could go down the litany of things that we've done wrong? Uh oh. I will. I will give you Yeah. My little great card that I have here, uh, have been working on the day. But one other thing when you know we just passed 400,000, you know? We're really closing in on how many U. S military people were killed and work forward to about 405,000. And we're 400,000. Now in less than a year in this, uh, this pandemic is this. Disgraceful. Um, so, Yeah, I have some grades here. Um and I have been known to be a tough grader. I don't grade on a curve. And one of the F grades that we have for the U. S response to this pandemic goes to CDC for their delays and developing Coben test early in a pandemic. I think there's untold numbers of deaths that didn't need to happen, but it was a total failure in developing these tests because, you know, it's like Jimbo on the battlefield. If you don't know what's going on. How can you be making decisions and we were blind for the first two months? Who in the United States? Um, last year on another F grade, just found out about this two days ago. You know the Tpp program this thing the help everybody out, and there's certainly some good elements of that. But somebody in that program gave $850,000 to several anti vaccine organizations. What? What a disgrace. I mean the vaccines of the things that can really get this under control. Um, Also, I got a d grade, Um, for money of the state's not all we'll talk about this later. There's some that's actually doing a pretty decent job, but about a ministering the vaccines what we say in the field of public health. If it vaccines don't save lives. Vaccinations do so having you know back scenes vials of that scene sitting in polled stories doesn't do anything to stop this. You gotta get in people's arms, and many states are really failing on that we can get him more detail about that later. Also a deed for federal, state and local governments communicating the public. I mean, you know, I spent most of my days looking at this reading reports trying to figure out what's going on. And there's so many areas that I'm confused about because it's just not clear and we're certainly not Communicating that federal, state and local government. Hopefully we can improve on that. But I got one a grade and that's for government and industry who were part of work speed. Now, some of my colleagues suitable might disagree with me because of this disaster. Once he gets to the state level and getting in people's arms, But the federal government's real job in this was developing this vaccine and absolute record time normally takes eight years to come up with a new vaccine. These folks just amazing that they came up with us in about 10 months, and we need to talk more about this about how good these two vaccines really are a lot of people. So, Yeah, I was just gonna say a lot of people were worried that that involved cutting corners No. Now that's a very good question that it's important that we address we did things that had never been done before. But it was because it would make no economic sense that if you want to come out with the new vaccine for something new polio vaccine or something, you would not do it the way we did this because we started building Production facilities for Madonna and Preiser vaccines before we ever knew whether they were going to be effective now, it turns out that the face three trials. Turns out 95%. Plus, but and here's a number You've not heard on your show before. In the face three trials for Madonna and fight the two vaccines for being used right now, 32,000 people got both shots in that 32,000 people. Out of both 32,000 people. One person got a severe case. One of the 32,000. I'm not much of a mathematician Jimbo. That's a pretty small percentage of people. This vaccine works. Both of them on the states. So this is we can really turn this around. If we can get these vaccines and people times Something else that I've been wondering about. And that is that our capacity to develop and produce vaccines. Now, I guess now thanks to warp speed, we have quite a bit of one where we not Before heavily dependent on overseas sources, which to me is the equivalent of of subcontracting farming out. Let's say the construction of M one tanks or after 35 fighters know you. I don't care what the economics are. There are some things that have to be a domestic capability. I completely agree with that. I was shocked. It was about five years. Six years ago when I found out like 95% of our antibiotics are produced overseas. Now, let me be a little bit more technical there. It's called active pharmaceutical ingredients. FBI's Okay, um, that those were all produced overseas, virtually all my 95%, and they come here in the United States and actually get put into the pills, But We're so dependent on China and India, mainly for antibiotics, and for 90% of the prescription drugs we take every day in this country. And in 2009, the H one n one clue we had here in the United States. We have bid contracts with Australian candidate the providers vaccine. Well, it turned out to be a pretty nasty strain of flu, and Canada and Australia came back. That's inside. Yeah, we'll meet those contracts, but first we gotta make sure we vaccinate everybody in our country's first. That's a national security issue to me, and it's like you said Would we left China build our next generation fighter, Jeff?.

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