Here is the latest memo sent to me by a CNN employee. Jeff Zucker writes: "Most importantly, Covid-19 vaccines will be required to return to the office in the US. You will need to be fully vaccinated upon return to work, which means two weeks past your final shot...You will be required to confirm your vaccination status via Passcard when you enter any of our buildings...So, again, to be absolutely clear: you must be fully vaccinated to come into any CNN workspace, or to work in the field with CNN employees. The vaccine is your ticket to entry."
Here is another clip of my chat with Dr. Robert Malone, focusing on what really happened with the "no" vote related to the FDA and a recommended 3rd booster for Covid. We also discuss vaccine obsession among science and medical professionals to the detriment of early treatment. This talk is being uploaded in chunks because Brandy, the nurse, had significant issues with her wifi and I have had to edit around the breaks. She is not in this but tried to pop in multiple times, unsuccessfully.
A recent internal presentation sent around a Florida hospital system shows that 45% of staff has reported not getting any Covid vaccine. Dr. Robert Malone is the inventor of mRNA vaccine technology. Brandy is a hospice nurse not affiliated with this hospital who is choosing not to get vaccinated for Covid.
I am trying out a new idea: Saturday livestreams to reflect on the week before and discuss the week ahead, and to hear from you about what you would like to see covered. So, bring your ideas and become a member of my editorial board. Also today you get to meet our new puppy!!
Our babysitter took this. Everyone looking good albeit not all at the camera! So far, Zinnia has been a near-angel pup minus chewing the ear piece I use for interviews. 😬 Big thank you to Rescue4All for our new pack member!
Here are the screenshots I shared in my video with Doug McKenty, showing how a VA hospital is telling doctors they’ll be monitored if they prescribe ivermectin. If you haven’t seen that, our entire talk is here on Locals but the clip of this section is now live on YouTube in case you just want to see that part.