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"university iowa" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"My next guest is Dr Jane Use, who's a very dear friend and someone who is on the front line of health care delivery and also someone who was one of the best health care policy analysts in our country. Jane and I recently did an interview on our Insider insight show last week, actually And the subscribers were It started immediately contacted me after they viewed it and said, This is such important information that you and Dr Hughes discuss that. The lame stream media refuses to touch. Um please make it available to the public. So we did. So what Nick and our I team did is they put it up and dave jandola dot com It's in a yellow box about a quarter of the way down the page and you'll see James picture and just hit that and that will take you to the links so you can view and listen. To our interview where we discuss what we don't know. What? The blood off lame stream fake media. What? The FAO cheese of the world. The NIH the C D. C. What? What they don't want us to know about. And therefore what we really don't know. It's a very important interview. And I encourage you to not only watch it, but I encourage you to take the next step. And that is to network it to anyone and everyone you know and love. Because the information Dr Hughes and I discuss Is not presented. And the blood off lame stream fake media and this is about your health and your welfare. Dr. Jane Hughes is a board certified ophthalmologist, an optimal logic surgeon and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. She graduated from the university, Iowa with a B a degree and received her medical degree from the Great University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. In addition to her private practice, she is a clinical professor in the Department of Ophthalmology. And in addition to all of that, she founded a great organization. American Doctors for Truth, So you find it by going to American doctors. Number four. Don't write out for number four. Truth dot org. It's my honor to welcome back, my friend and your friend, Dr Jane Hughes. Jane, welcome back to the Operation Freedom Platform. Well, Good afternoon, Dave. It's a pleasure to be with you again. So, Jane a number of months ago, when you're on our platform, we spoke about the jab and we spoke about the fact that we felt That informed consent. Uh Educating patients to make an informed decision was woefully lacking, not just in our country but around the world. I still believe that's the case. Are you in agreement with that? Yes, I am in agreement with that and individuals who are interested in adverse events so that they can make a conscious decision about the vaccine. You and I both know that the CDC posts all of the reported side effects and, unfortunately deaths on the vaccine adverse event reporting side of bears. So that information is available, but it is not widespread knowledge that you yourself can access that going to the CDC site. And the latest I have the latest data they posted on Fridays. Um, and it's always a week delayed that they posted on Fridays. As of, uh, August 6th. And this is, uh, all the serious injuries related to the Covid jab from December 14 2020 through July 30th. 2021 reports have been filed. For 545,338 reports of adverse events from all age groups following the covid vaccine related to the Covid vaccine. Including 12,366 deaths and 70,105 serious injuries, necessitating either hospitalization or medical intervention. You know, Jane, I'm old. I go back to 1976 with the administration of the swine flu vaccine after it was After it was approved by the government and networked to the public within. I believe eight months there were 53 Americans who had died. Over 500 Americans who had contracted a neurologic disorder named Dion Beret syndrome, and the government at that point, pulled the vaccine. Off the shelf off the market. Jane 53 deaths And 500 cases of a neurologic disorder. That's far less than the numbers. I just brought forward from the their system from this past Friday. Well, it's obviously very alarming that we're continuing to promote the vaccine, since we now know by the CDC zone admission that the vaccine doesn't necessarily prevent you from getting covid. In the last statement I saw was an interview, and I believe it was on CNN with the head of the CDC. Or maybe it was NIH. I forget, but at any rate that now they're saying that well, it's not going to prevent you from getting covid. It's just that it's going to You know, decrease your odds of dying from Covid. But let's face it if you are 50 and under and healthy your odds of dying of covid are extremely small. Anyway. I think the recovery in that age group is like 99.98% recovery, so a 0.2% risk of death. So it's very confusing. I think it's convenient, confusing for physicians what to advise our patients because this is an emergency used the authorization, so we're learning about it. As we go. The unfortunate thing is that we have lost trust in the C, D. C and the Fauci because their recommendations have been all over the place, and this is With these vaccines. There are many people who have been coerced into taking the vaccines against their individual, better judgment at the risk of not being able to return to college, for example, at the risk of getting fired from their job. Who's going to be responsible for the adversary fete events that happened. Well and and Jane. A number of months ago we spoke about on the radio that of what the FDA head on its own website that there was no approved vaccination. FDA approved vaccination For Covid 19. And the fact it says on the FDA website that these vaccinations if that's what you want to call them, and many people call them something different experimental genetic agents, for example, they truly don't fit the classic definition of a vaccination, according to the CDC is on site. But on the FDA website, it says these vaccinations Will not prevent Covid will not prevent the transmission of covid. It may underline the word bank may reduce the severity. It may reduce the duration of symptoms now, Jane when you and I spoke about that We recalled conspiracy theorists for saying that and and and gene, so that was months ago. Now I'm gonna put you mentioned Wolinsky, the director of the CDC, If that's what you want to call it the, uh but but she was on with Wolf Blitzer that great medical mind last night. And I want to play a brief clip. And remember when Jane and I spoke about this months ago, we were quote conspiracy theorists for saying that these jabs will not prevent covid or transmit covid and only may only may reduce the severity and duration of symptoms. Derek play this clip of what Wolinsky, who was one of the people saying that Oh, these vaccinations are needed. It will prevent you from getting covid. They'll prevent you from transmitting. They owe everybody has to listen to what is she now says last night, Derek hit it..
"university iowa" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"You know how bad it is out there. How? How bad is it? There's a strip club in Memphis called Perfect tens and they're hiring H. Oh, God. No, I know Now that is just wrong. Well, it's hard out there. You know, it's hard. The labor shortage. It's out of control. Guys with the perfect tens is the ones that's getting paid to stay home. Is that right? The servants, the eight they've got to go out and work that ass off seven's got to do all the heavy lifting. That's right. That's right. Well, if you're a seven or an eight, you know, ladies, we appreciate you. We really do. You are. You're beautiful to us. You're beautiful. I don't know nothing but tends to be honest with you. Me too. I've never met a woman. That's not a 10. That was good. I have to give you credit. That was good. You said there was a straight face. We have noticed. You know, that's a rule about the 10% of that we often forget. We always talk about what are the 10% of the 10% of the people that acknowledged that the world's imperfect but they have a sense of humor about it. The 10 percenters are the kind of guys who love the second Amendment but lost all their guns in a boating accident. It's tragic. You know those guys but but also 10 percenters are I've Yeah. And all the 10 percenters have only met times in there. Exactly Every woman if you're a 10% or eur, 10, I mean, that's given right now you're listening to this show. You're smoking hot Fox. I won't have anybody say otherwise. You you say otherwise. I'll do three months in Huntsville just to prove a point. The kind of guy I am I tell you what bad mouth the ladies of the talk about heaven Bad mouth 10%, You know 43% of millionaires. Don't believe Millennials. Excuse me. It's very different 43% of millennials. I don't think God exists that right? Almost half of them while they are in for a surprise, Don't you think you should believe in God? Just in case just in case Is that a threat? We'll think about the opposite of that, right. If you don't believe in God and you turn out to be wrong, you're screwed. Right. If you did believe in God, and you're wrong. Let's just say for you know, just for argument's a U turn. Very well. So what? Yeah. Shouldn't hurt. Yeah. So you lived a life less fearful of, you know of death, that sort of thing. Yeah, Yeah. You're a little less sad when your body dies because of the thought of maybe getting to see him one more time someday, you know is that so bad You're nice to everybody, just because as it Is it really so bad to believe in? Uh, I don't know. This isn't a religious show. Most of our stations play heavy metal thunder we play. You know what Some of our radio stations play a song called Hell's Bells. So we're not going to start preaching to you about religion, But, you know, what did you think you just believe in it? Just in case just be on the safe side. Like some wonder what? What would it hurt? 43% is so high because I don't have to give 10% of my money to something, you know? Some man who says he's going to pass it on to God for me. You know what that really tells me. 43% of millennials think they know everything? Because there are some things they've never seen. They assume they just don't exist. There you go. Like, you know, I've never seen Titanic but I'm pretty sure it exists at the bottom of the ocean Now or the movie for that matter. I've never watched it. You know, I can tell you the movie exists. Yeah, well, and I consider it a great triumph in my life that I've never watched it. Yeah, Good for me. Go County. Have you all heard about Mollie Tibbetts? Don't know her. We talked about her, but we haven't talked about her. In almost three years. She's the woman I think was in Iowa was murdered by an illegal alien and now the trial for the accused killer Christian Bahana Riviera. Is beginning in Scott County, Iowa. Now that's not the one that was killed on a pier in San Francisco. That was a different one. Uh, this was the university, Iowa student. I hear it happens more often than we like a lot more often. Yeah, but what? What? What Joe Biden gonna do about it? Okay, so I'd like it to happen, Not at all, but it happens somewhat often. And that was before Joe, Uh, just waved the green flag and invited everybody else who hadn't already come to get to America as quick as possible. That's true. And that raises another interesting question. If you're an illegal immigrant But the president allows you to be here then. Are you an illegal immigrant? C? Well, did they undo the law? Or did Joe Biden just say Ignore that law. Exactly. They just pick and choose Which ones they like. Maybe it was a homo. Everyone take down a homo. Now we're all home Owes Homo SAPIENs, Walton and Johnson. Pretzels. Mark What chips? Look Who's the new guy? Santa? I think he's looking at me Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty.
"university iowa" Discussed on Defocus Media
"And it really isn't easy read It's kind of tough to get over the hump of like you really want me to sit down and read an entire on peremptory and the answer is actually yes as actually way easier and more digestible than you think it would be. So i'd say reading material affected peremptory. I think from a just overall conference of stuff. Ghani me dot org I think is a really awesome thing. That walsall word is put together. He's also put together the iowa Glaucoma curriculum which is on University iowa algae's website There's i got coma And that's by constance okay. Who is out of virginia consultants. One of my friends used to work with her. And she's awesome. It's a youtube channel So all these things that they they help again. I know i'm redundant here on the occasion. But they help you feel more comfortable with how they present the materials and it's not over the laborious or time consuming to john jesse's things and i think they're really good for empowerment and then lastly just a plug from consulting for tele site which is a new peer to peer Model and essentially. You could send us you know glaucoma information. We could talk real time consulting But you're going to have to do that. Just you can seek out information from your peers. I think the bottom line is that we have to own glaucoma and optometry. And we're more than capable of owning dot com. We just have to do it. We're still at the point where we're ten percent of. Od's are writing ninety percent.