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[000:00:00;00] ah ah, with today's news views one congressman is daring to hold a public panel on an issue which has become extremely taboo to talk about the effects of the vaccine have become so hush hush. i've every one from music artist i can you can the not to athletes. i carry irby are being given much heat and extreme
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pressure for just questioning the effects of the vaccine and f questions have justified congressman ron johnson. actually holding an emotional hearing on capitol hill with some of those who have separate effects from the vaccine and at their elements are being justifiably indiscriminate. after months of isolation, aggressive suppression, we began to connect with others compassionate and concerned citizens. academics, positions. well, we're going to bring you some of the top testimonies from the hearing as well as what could actually come out of today's here. and our corporations being honest about what is going on within the workplace regarding staffing issues. why not just tell the truth and what it actually set them? free airlines health care emergency services, all are getting reasons why they are having logistical staffing issues. but are they're being honest. and if the american people actually believing their story,
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we will discuss about the long term effects and the as well. the limb is being raised and the post pandemic era. and education should be non partisan. but is it really? and it's being woke actually woken, a sleeping giant as a one state has just decided to make their school board raises partisan all in response to the wave of dissatisfied parents, the school board meetings. is this a good thing? and are there more states to follow in their footsteps? i'm going to use and we're going to give you the 360 view of these stories and more on today's news refuse right here on our t america. ah . so today on the hill center, ron johnson held a round table on vaccine mandates and the injuries which individuals say they have suffered as
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a result of receiving the vaccine. we're just everyday americans. we are republicans for a democrat libertarians, independence for us. this is not political, we are not opposed to vaccines. we rather we oppose their mandated use. we are citizens who have done our civic duty, but when we experience serious adverse effects will a tie and dry by f d. a cdc, the n i h and medical professionals, we got devised reg, see, because i thought it was to protect you. i thought it was the right thing to do, were unnecessarily traumatized to do. our cases being overlooked, mis diagnosed and hidden. we are being believed in our faith and media and the government is faltering. i deserve to be heard, entreated with compassion. but in that i have been called a liar in a fake. and i have even been told by the doctor that this is all in my head, and that there is nothing medically wrong with me. joining me now discuss the
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various testimonies. the next for comments is michael bigsby, attorney at love and have been tiny rafferty law firm. thanks for joining me, michael. thanks for having me. okay, so let's just start on and the obvious was ron johnson actually wrong and holding this program in his round table. and do you feel like the public is being given all of the honest facts regarding the vaccines and any negative side effects? yeah, i don't necessarily think it is wrong to have this type of round table. i'm not going to necessarily endorse everything that mr. johnson might think about it or all of his positions might be. but this is, this is information. this is additional discussion about what's happening and there's additional research to support some of these things i think. and i think that's realistic, inappropriate to have a discussion with medical experts who are actually backing things up with research . and that's the important distinction i will make, because you see a lot of claims being made and thrown around by people. mean,
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if you're on the internet, everybody's in expert in everybody's in a p d, me, ologist. but when you actually have science to back things up in medical professionals, we're studying these things. looking at some of the effects of that, the vaccine might have the correlations that might actually exist. for instance, there's a recent mayo clinic study that came out looking at some of the side effects of the j and j vaccine. and i think there's important discussions to be had, and there can be real side effects that does not necessarily serve as an indictment of the vaccines as a whole. that doesn't have to be anti vaccine to have an open and honest discussion as long as that's what's happening. i think that's actually quite an important thing, because in the public can way people can make an informed decision, having all the facts available. and so discussions that are actually aim towards being factually base, being science base, which can look at some negative adverse aspects and consequences, i think are entirely appropriate,
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as long as they have actual balance in are grounded in facts. you know what, michael, i could not agree with you more on that is just about having the conversation and yet we're seeing. so people like i mentioned in my intro, it majored celebrities being actually censored and told they can't actually question. they're not anti vax. they're just questioning the effects of it because they're seeing it within their own eyes, within their own families. do you think this dismissal that we are seeing on the public eye of information, or even talking about it, is what could be leading to even more mis trust in the vaccine? sure, sure. i think i think that there's a legitimate aspect of that when you have people who are being told, there's only one way of looking at it. i think it's over simplification. and there might be well intentioned people who are trying to oversimplify it. but i think that is it, it feels to many people like some things being hidden from them because you don't have an open, honest, frank discussion of weighing the factors. and like you said, i don't think this is a anti i'm vaccinated,
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i'm fully vaccinated. so it's not like this idea is, is only coming from something it's entirely fringe. i think this is important to have an open and honest discussion. they can recognize there can be some risk from this and you balance the risk reward. i personally for me, i think the risk reward propositions still make sense, especially the older you get. i think it makes sense for a lot of people to do and, and is logical. but when you have a suppression of, of a question, when you have suppression of actual medical research to me, it's no wonder that when you're suppressing that people have more questions and start to question the very basis of maybe something that is scientifically valid. that is, well, did i think it's just a negative thing for health care, more openness, more transparency is better. that's going to generate more trust from the american public. and then of course, american people do remember. and then because we're familiar here at r t, america with your law firm, i do know that your,
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your firm does handle cases against johnson johnson. and you do constantly are having to look at some of these companies. and they're actually problems that arise from using their products. so there's doubt from history now coming to this point. but when they said the pharmaceutical companies would not be held liable for their vaccine or any problems that it could cause. do you think that was a smart move if you were going to do the trust factor, did that actually make it enable these companies to have no sort of accountability? sure die. that's exactly what it does. it takes away basically any accountability, any ability. if someone is harm the only option, it's not even there. sort of a normal vaccine. you have vaccine court for the coven, 19 vaccines. you have that c i c p which is another even more limited program that's been basically described as a black hole that offers nothing to people who are injured by it. i actually argue that that's a negative thing, because if you have openness and you're asking people to have buy in to say we want you,
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there are benefits to the vaccines. to know that if there's something that happens, if there is a potential risk or something that's linked and actually causes harm for someone, i think that it will be better to have openness about it that those people would be able to be compensated. and i think that's something when you're saying there's nothing you can do about it, no matter what, even if later on, it turns out that they did know something, or there was some sort of a connection that someone harmed in a serious, significant way. the answer right now, as the law stands today, is basically a tough walk answer, and you're stuck with it. but i've only got it. i've got a quick minute with you and i want to get to this question is very important. yes, we can't hold the pharmaceutical companies accountable. can't even hold the government accountable for. so we're seeing these mandates that are coming in and like you mentioned that mayo clinic said that just came out. this said, you are actually 3 times more likely to get a blood clot in your brain from the johnson johnson vaccine. is there for these
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companies that are coming in and mandating vaccines. could the company in the future be held liable if they have forced their, their employees to get the vaccine and they have one of these types of offset based on the way the law is right now. i think the answer that question is extremely unlikely that even a company mandating it and other individual mandating it would be responsible under, under the laws. it stands today. and i think, you know, you do raises concerns and i think the relative risk you have to go in and look at the mayo clinic study and understand it to understand what is the relative risk compared to the risk of what you're preventing, of course. but at the end of the day, when you look at the laws, it stands, i think people are pretty much going to be stuck with it. and i don't think there's much redressed for those people, whether it's from the pharmaceutical companies or people issuing them. the mandates themselves or you're just stuck with it. i'm like you, i'm fully vaccine it, but that doesn't mean that i don't have questions and in that sense, my eye witness views of what does happen to people around me that raises those
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questions. that for some reason can't get answer and that's what scares me for the future. michael, great to chat with you. thank you for him. 0 me or the other by geo is enforcing a vaccine mandate to city workers. chaos the routing and the big apple. well, more than normal was started out as a peaceful protest to turn into half a dozen firefighters getting suspended without pay for their actions. and this all comes as a 1000 flights are being canceled throughout the country. on the hills of the busiest travel season. our teaching tasha suite has more on the vaccine mandates and how some workers are fighting back you, firefighters in new york, or on and paid leave after driving the truck interstate. senators office protesting the vaccine mandate, and while they're facing backlash, some say they're simply fed up with the draconian measures. i think we are now
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united with the vaccine mandate enforced by new york city. mirabelle diblasio has now gone into effect, but some aren't just taking the job to keep their jobs. o. m also, and his protest on staten island, new york began peaceful sunday one day before the mandate went into effect. not all protests were as come on friday, 6 new york city firefighters drove their truck into a state senators office, members of latter 113 in the cities, brooklyn burrow, or on duty during the incident. and now the fire commissioner is saying these firefighters have blood on their hands, firefighters, police officers and other city workers we placed on leave without pay until they show proof of vaccination. as the mandate went into effect this week, more than 2000 fire fighters have called in sick. and now over 2 dozen new york fire houses have been shut down over the staffing shortages. but the discontentment isn't just home to the big apple. not all chicago firefighters and paramedics
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believe they should have to comply with vaccine mandate 28 and vaccinated. first responders in the windy city are reportedly on unpaid leave. as some firefighters are being moved into the role of paramedics to help with staffing shortages, the city will face to lawsuits one by a chicago police union and the other from firefighters. with a lot of problems with via phone my daughter who had to walk away from a teaching career. 6 is not going to knock away my mom. and i last time i checked with brave and i'm not so sure what teachers nurses, an airline crew members are also fighting a mandate. my daughter was at pac at midnight and found out that our flight was canceled. we've got a text on sunday alone, american airlines cancelled more than 1000 flights, while some cited the weather as a reason for delaying. others said, stopping shortages had the biggest impact. this all comes as pilots. unions are
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awaiting airline management to come to the table with a plan. the taxpayer, all of us are that invested billions of dollars in the airlines to not have this happen over $12000000000.00 and p. s p for american airlines. we're grateful for that. but how dare management not be ready for this recovery? we're ready. our flight attendants are ready and certainly the passengers are. but as some employees from southwestern american called in sick as a result of a vaccine mandate, both airlines have rescinded their demands. you no longer have to get the shot before thanksgiving. this is all unfolding just before the busiest travel season of the year. no, some firefighters say that they've already had cope it and shouldn't have to get the shot if they already had the antibodies. and some even argue that it's not a vaccine that it's more of a gene therapy since people who are getting it are still getting infected with coded that mirabelle de blasio says that he's still standing. his ground reporting for news is hughes and harsh. a sweet or t discuss to bringing economists to professor richard. well,
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thanks for joining me. richard is good to talk to you about this. and this isn't as much about the vaccine. it's more about corporations right now and truth and honesty in how they are being with the public in this petition, in this particular subject, you think corporations are being honest with the public about why their business or standard of care is being disrupted. no, to simple honest answer is they're not being honest, they're telling us stories, american airlines, it was all the weather, a mayor diblasio, it's some kind of brain supposed, if he knows exactly what vaccines do and don't do, i think what you're seeing here is an effort by corporations to recover the profits they didn't make during the pan demik like the airlines, they wanna recoup some of those. they want to make up for it. and they're not there for spending the money to plan on people coming back. they don't want to spend the money doing for their workers,
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what really they ought to have done anyway. and they're not gonna tell us any of that. corporations never do. they pay a lot of money to pay off firms to blame everybody else. even the weather in order to get away from their own profit driven determination to do what it takes to make their profits, even if it does come fix the public and it hurts the workers. and then all of this stuff about vaccine is a nice other story to kind of bring in as if we're struggling over that. the vast majority of public employees. busy airline employees have been vaccinated for a long time. there are some who object, they, they should have their time in court, but no one should be full. corporations didn't want to spend the money to plan for what happens after the pandemic. and now we're all paying the cost of their unwillingness to really do what they should have done. ok, well i understand my corporations and i say, by the way,
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we just want to make more money. that's why we're being cheap and dealing with you, i guess that would be a really interesting p r. move to make. but the truth is, if they really want to stand behind their decisions, like, you know, whether it be a mandate for a vaccine or mandate for using sick days, etc. just be honest, say, listen, here's my problem with this is you know what? we believe that all of our employees should be back stated if they're going to interact with you and just be honest, i don't blame it on things like the weather or anything else. how do you think that actually will affect the trust moving forward? i mean, america already has a distrust with, in the press and distress to the government now or in distress corporations even more on future issues. yeah, it seems their understanding of your point that it might be in the short run, the clever thing to blame somebody else in the long run. there's lack of trust. this refusal to see any honesty in these corporations is gonna come back and hurt
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those cooperation. still, it's already doing that. you know, the history of the pharmaceuticals in this country is not a happy picture. that's why a lot of people are suspicious about the vaccine. their refusal to be honest, as you put it in the past, is now coming back on them and the us. but i think we live in a system where the corporations look at the almighty dollar and the profit. that's what judges them. that's how they judge themselves. and so they put it 1st and we now have to live with the consequences. and that's a serious problem in a society that has the problems we do, and you add in their supply chain issues, unloading issues. the other sort of regulation is being put on by the government and you literally have the perfect storm that it's not just going to take a few days, few months, or even possibly a few years to try to get it back somewhere and to a place of normalcy, whatever that might be, always great to talk with you. richard. thank you. now when we return,
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why one decision of my a state legislature has the teachers association absolutely furious. we will have a panel discussion about the effect of the candidate for school board having to put in our id or an i by their name on the ballot. only return the british and american governments have often been accused of destroying lives in their own interests. while you see in this, these techniques is to stay devising methods to essentially destroy the personality of an individual. by scientific means, this is how one doctors, theories were allegedly used in psychological warfare against prisoners deemed a danger to the state. that was the foundation for the method of psychological interrogation, psychological torture, disseminated within the u. s. intelligence community and worldwide among allies for
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the next 30 years. then down the victim say they still live with the consequences today. ah anything lawmakers called a special session addressing cove at 19. now, amongst the multiple bills which were past one, made school board race is partisan with candidates having to declare either republican, democrat or even a dependent on the election ballot. but what does parson politics have to do with your child's education? what help us the 360 of you we bring in ladon jones from georgia state lawmaker and laurie credenza, more founder and president for claiming justice to the nation. thank you so much for joining me. women, mothers, people who absolutely. i know, love your children, love your community,
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and that's why i thought we had this topic. i wanted to have the 2 of you on for this specifically because i know how much you guys are engaged in your children's education. and laura, you can tell you to be even after years have graduated on thursday, laurie, this is your say, your home state. so why does school board races even needed to be declared a political race? and why is this happening to feel like at this time? well, i think it was a brilliant move by the state legislature because this battle with the school boards has been going on for over a decade. we brought a textbook to the school board asking them to remove the book because it was anti semitic. it was anti american, anti judeo christian, and it had content that parents and citizens did not approve of. we went before the board, the school board asked for them to remove the book. and unfortunately, they didn't think the book was worth removing. so there are time and time again, we hear of stories across this country. and of course,
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as i said this has been going on for decade. but parents now are finally seeing because of coasted because parents have their kids have come home. they've had to home school, they looked at the, the content that their children are being taught. they're being told they have to sign waivers. they can't sit in their child's virtual classroom. and we wonder why . and of course, what's happened is the school board members have made this issue or these races political. they are not concerned about making sure that our children can read, can write, can add and subtract. no, they're pushing their cultural agenda against the wishes of the parents and the parents who said enough is enough. these are my kids. we saw what mccall it did last week when he made his comment, that parents shouldn't be involved in their children's education. the lead on out of regular in on this i followed you during cove it with your children and you were
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literally could have to pay, gotten rid of the law degree, had to think of a full blown teacher. you were incredible. i gotta give you some major kudos on how you had your kids discipline. i set up my own basically a lot based off of what you did that being so did anything surprise you have already mentioned parents all of a sudden and you are probably hands on, you know, beforehand did anything surprise you about what your children were learning and now that you sure that this part an issue is happening, do you think that's a good thing or do you think it actually could create more issues? you know, i didn't find anything surprising throughout history. i have been aware to watch certain topics that are top to my children, georgia history, some of the american history things i always disagree with and always provide my children with other points of view. but this happened during the legislative session, a special session that is supposed to be at home. the 19th is highly disappointing . we don't meet partisanship in our school. and this is an attempt to try to protect a losing a republican party. they need to know who the republicans are,
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particularly when we start talking about re districting. they can make sure that they keep control and power. just as a guest has mentioned is a way to say we want you to believe the way we believe in this is how will control the schools and it's kind of sad that they are playing with our children's lives using politics. ok, so i want to get your response to that. and like i said, ga, tennessee, not much difference, politically. they kind of have some of the same kind of balances. but to that point though, you know, age, there wasn't much of a change that was going on until now. is this just a way of controlling the parents feel like though, you know, we need to put the political party that we've elected also matching and our school board? no, absolutely not. the parents were outraged about what was happening and parents were repeatedly going before the school board, asking them to correct the issues. and they finally got fed up. we need to see where these people stay and politically because if the school board members,
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when they run for office, if they've got a cultural agenda that they're pushing, than you know what we want to know about it. and i don't care if they're a republican or democrat, or an independent if they have values that are not espoused in tennessee, there's a law that requires all textbooks and instructional materials to be accurate, unbiased, and reflect the values of the community. well, i can assure you, the content being peddled to our children, at least, to williamson county. i'm not in her county in georgia, but in williamson county and across the state of tennessee. no, we've got pornography. we've got antisemitic content, even in our elementary school libraries. and when parents bring these issues to the school board members, do you think they get the time of day? absolutely not. and our kids still can't read. they, they still can't write, they still can't add and subtract it is horrific. and yeah, you know what? we need to start holding these elected officials accountable. but that's my question to you. it on this kind of work i do see could happen at these community
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become more base community base which we all like me base education. but there still lose that overall thing. what agenda, where do you think the role of public schools are today freshly moving forward? should it be more community base to be a reflection of what that community believes in? or should there be more of a general agenda that the students learn from the curriculum is built out of i definitely think schools need to be update, right. we don't live or necessarily work directly in our communities anymore, right? we're far more mobile. many of us are working from home is so we do need to why they should only have to go to the school that is in your community, but maybe in your county or for the areas it will help us to get updated. but that makes the political issue much worse, because you should have to pay taxes by the schools that you're charging, that you should have a state and to get to make that decision. so while we do need to modernize using the control of the state legislature, the control local issues ironic that the some of the issues that they're trying to wrong are the federal mandates. that's why in america we believe in local control.
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and so it to a boy, the federal government overreach, the state in tennessee is overreaching on the local politics. and this is really sad and doesn't help us come to the type of inclusion we need light coming up with competence waste and our children to different. well, we're don laurie to mom that i appreciate so much and respect all that you're doing for your children by my children are being raised with yours. thank you so much for joining us. that's offered a show. and meantime, follow me on twitter at godaddy and you do the hash tag team and the agent is shown more down on the portal that the app for your apple or android device. let's continue the conversation and like always thank you for watching a show this class of car was discontinued more than 20 years ago. even though say more than
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