Conversations with Dr. Drew and Nino Scalia
Here are a couple recent podcasts I did that may be of interest.
My recent interview with Dr. Drew Pinksy:
And a podcast interview with Antonin “Nino” Scalia of Princeton’s James Madison Program. Here are the links on Apple podcast or Spotify:
Good discussion with Dr. Drew. Unfortunately he is not where he should be regarding these vaccines but it is a start. Eventually, I suspect he will have a clearer picture of the shots. Dr. Drew is the guy who reluctantly advised against the 2nd booster for comedienne, Heather McDonald after she suffered a skull fracture collapsing on stage in a rant about the joys of getting all her injections. (Sickening to watch since it first appears to be a cheap pratfall, but then she doesn't get up.)
Thanks for all your engagement Dr. K.
Thanks, Dr. K. I just finished the Princeton interview. You did well outlining the growing distrust in "public health". I quote it because the term makes me bristle, but I understand that it would be good to have honest, transparent, and well informed doctors and medical staff and proprietors.
I'm a boomer, 4 kids, engineer, Catholic. My distrust for public health stems from what I learned in opposing abortion for the last three decades. You know as well as I that several vaccines are made from growing disease in the flesh of murdered unborn children, e.g., polio and rubella. For those unfamiliar with this - even my saintly mother-in-law rolled her eyes in disbelief - find Aaron Siri's deposition of the father of vaccines, Stanley Plotkin. If you don't feel ill hearing about chopping up ... I'll leave it at that. But just as bad as the original act is the utilitarian mindset that defends and completes the sacrifice by shooting it into all the children.
So, yeah, I have severe "hang-ups" over modern medicine. But fixing the problem is more than a policy decision. It requires conversion of heart. I'm afraid the recent mind-control operation showed us how far folks are removed from a basic understanding of what it means to be a person made in the image and likeness of the Good God. It doesn't trend in the FB sidebar. The longing for virtue is present, but folks are easily misdirected into false manifestations.
So, keep speaking out. Even if it merely causes someone to sit still for 10 minutes to ponder a concept such as informed consent, it begins to crack the media lock.