Be thankful you live in the U.S. where you have constitutional rights, says Bill O’Reilly.
Dana talks about the CDC removal of PCR testing from laboratories because the examination can not distinguish between coronavirus or flu.
The U.S. saw a drop in average life expectancy of 1.5 years in 2020 but the virus only makes up two-thirds of that, says Tiana Lowe.
Senator Rand Paul is now seeking a criminal referral against Dr. Fauci for lying to Congress, reports Morgan Zegers.
As the Canadian borders are finally opening back up, we delve into the COVID craziness going on in Canada. COVID patients being treated with morphine, no proof on the transmission of COVID, and that Canadians only have to believe the doctors and those in charge. Andrew Chapados gives us the scoop on it all.
Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie joins Dana to share bringing the H.R. 3860 into legislation, Biden administration censoring misinformation on social media platforms, which proves the point of Section 230, and U.S. Army plans to force soldiers to get the vaccine as early as September 1st. The Department of Army Headquarters sent an order notifying everyone that a deadline is pending on the vaccine requirement. Rep Thomas Massie is among the House co-sponsors of the bill to prohibit these types of requirements for the military.
The media is highlighting the dueling philosophies of Hannity & Tucker on “the vax.”
Rumor has it that Japan is considering canceling the Olympics due to a Covid outbreak, says Bill O’Reilly.
Dana talks about CDC Director Dr. Walensky’s quote on “the pandemic of the unvaccinated” and highlights the absence of data and truth between vaccination mandate and government entities.
Dana talks about the new Facebook policy that eliminates freedom of speech by categorizing it as “misinformation” and questions why the FDA has not yet fully approved the coronavirus vaccine.
The Democrats are using Covid to silence their opposition, says Bill O’Reilly.
The mainstream media has ignored this story for obvious reasons, says Bill O’Reilly.