In the first half, author Jerome Corsi, who received a Ph.D. from Harvard University in Political Science in 1972, shared his analysis of current events, including coronavirus developments and the November election. He stated that the rise in COVID cases reflects increased testing, and that people seem to be getting less sick. The use of hydroxychloroquine and zinc (the Dr. Zelenko protocol), he suggested, is effective in the early stages of COVID-19 or helps prevent it, but this treatment has been unfairly demonized. The medical science on mask-wearing is unclear, he continued, and yet "YouTube and Twitter are banning people because they don't agree with the World Health Organization on social distancing...We're in a world today where the social media are completely dictatorial. They're politically correct, and if you deviate from that, you're banned."
Corsi concurs with Pres. Trump's contention that mail-in balloting is problematic, and cited the recent report of irregularities in a Pennsylvania election. Further, he has concluded that election polling, which shows Joe Biden in the lead, is inaccurate because Democrats are over-sampled. Trump continues to draw enthusiastic and loyal crowds, he pointed out, while he described Biden as a non-charismatic figure who has not excited his base. Corsi also commented on the Middle East situation, noting that Bahrain and UAE's agreement to normalize ties with Israel is historic in nature.
In the latter half, Coast to Coast's investigative reporter Cheryll Jones presented her interview with the policy director for the Center for Food Safety, Jaydee Hanson, about the GMO mosquito release program slated for parts of Florida and Texas, as well as concerning developments in bio-engineered food. The altering of the mosquitoes is a kind of genetic engineered sterilization, he explained, which would keep the females from growing, while still allowing the males to go off and mate with wild females. Hanson expressed dismay that the EPA didn't require intermediate trials for the mosquitoes (as was done with a genetically engineered moth released in stages in New York). The GMO mosquitoes have not been eaten by other animals before, he noted, so we don't know the effects they might have, and there are some 42 endangered species in the Florida Keys.
Scientists took a growth hormone gene from a larger salmon and placed it into a smaller species. This has made the fish grow very fast, yet their muscles are inflamed, their gills don't work well, and they are more susceptible to disease. He compared the process to athletes doping chemicals. Hanson declared these fish aren't going to be as healthy as the wild caught salmon by a long shot. He told Cheryll about a new kind of veggie burger (the Impossible Burger) created with two types of engineered soy, and a synthetic technique to make the burger bleed like meat. He characterized the product as untested and unhealthy.
Bumper music from Thursday September 24, 2020
Midnight Express (The Chase)
Wind Of Change
My Old School
You Keep Me Hangin' On
Principles Of Lust
We Are The Champions
Smell Of Desire
Ashes to Ashes