Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio who compared the militarization of the U.S. government in response to COVID-19 vaccine mandates to Hitler’s Nazi Germany.
Leahy: Here with Chrome Carmichael, the original All-Star panelist. You were talking a little bit about the Biden administration. The Maladministration, I call it, and what they’re doing to America. It’s very troublesome.
Carmichael: They’re trying to militarize the government, and this is what I’m saying. This is why they want to get rid of people who might gather information about West Point and the Naval Academy.
I think they’re trying to appoint people to those academies who essentially are like, I hate to use this term, but essentially Nazis.
Carmichael: Brownshirts who want to turn our military into an institution that can be used against citizens with whom the Democrat administration disagrees. And somebody says, well, that’s just ridiculous. And I say well, then tell me what they are doing that would cause you to believe otherwise?
In every way when you look at the COVID, and by the way, everything we’re talking about right now also is a smokescreen for this, I’m going to call it this $3.5 trillion dollar spending bill, but that’s really not what’s the most troublesome about it.
It’s all the regulations and powers that it gives to bureaucrats and regulators in Washington, D.C., to essentially run the American economy. And we know that when central planners run any economy, the only place they run it is into the ground.
But they’re passing laws within this piece of regulation, which I want to get to in a little bit. But let’s just look at the way that COVID is being handled.
Anthony Fauci was asked, if a person who has already had COVID, are there antibodies sufficient and greater than are needed to have a vaccine? He said I can’t give you a firm answer. What does that mean? That means well, I know the answer, but I can tell you.
Leahy: But I can’t tell you.
Carmichael: I can’t tell you the answer, because the fact of the matter is that if you’ve had the vaccine and you have anybody, you are in a better position, both for yourself and for others than if you also take the vaccine. Fauci is bending the knee. And he always has.
He is bending the knee to the Democratic Communist Party in Washington. And I’m going to start using these nasty words because it’s how they are acting.
If we don’t push back before they get the complete power that they want, I’ve read a number of books in the last few years about Nazi Germany. And Hitler became the Chancellor 15 minutes after he learned that he was going to become it. It was kind of a negotiation.
Leahy: A fluke. And yet once given the opportunity, he basically did a smash and grab.
Carmichael: He then called an election. They rigged the election. We’ve heard that before. They rigged the election. And then once he had that power, then he literally murdered over six million Germans. Most of them were Jews.
But there were over a million Germans who were not Jews that simply disagreed with Hitler. And they were also gassed. It wasn’t exclusive, he targeted any Jew. And it’s a lot like the way that Mohammed treated any Christian or any Jew in Arabia.
Leahy: Let me follow up with this authoritarian attempt at the vaccine mandate. Here’s a great story by Greg Piper at Just the News. He’s been doing great work on the COVID story. Let me just read the beginning here and get your reaction.
President Biden’s sweeping new COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates on 100 million American workers don’t just violate his post-election promise not to impose such mandates or recent assurances from White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and CDC Director Rochelle Walenski.
They contradict the recent legal reasoning of his Justice Department and review of research by the CDC. Coming so soon after the Supreme Court struck down the CDC’s COVID-based eviction moratorium on the ground that Congress didn’t authorize it. The new orders seemed likely to head into a legal buzzsaw before the New year. Yes.
Carmichael: He doesn’t care.
Leahy: Yes, that is the point.
Carmichael: He doesn’t care. Now, let me give you another story. This is from The Epoch Times.
Leahy: The Epoch Times, in which we are now witnesses.
Carmichael: I asked Roger Simon that question. He said, well, you can pronounce it that way. He was trying to be nice to me.
Carmichael: Here’s a story. And it said the headline is: Teenage Boys More Likely to Suffer Heart Inflammation From Vaccines Than COVID-19 Hospitalization: Study. And then they cite the study and they gave all the details in the study.
Leahy: When was this published? How recent is this story? I saw that story a while back.
Carmichael: In the corner, it says 9-12. Oh, no, no. This is a story that I printed just over the weekend. So I found it over the weekend. It’s a new story that they put out.
But the two main COVID-19 vaccines is used in the United States are more likely to land teenage boys in the hospital than COVID-19 itself.
And then it goes on to cite all the studies and all the information. And it’s not by just a margin of two percent or three percent. It is substantial data.
Leahy: This is a point of fact that’s presented in this Epoch Times article.
Leahy: And by the way, so you look at this, all of these mandates that are going in…
Carmichael: And by the way, the CDC data is part of this article.
Leahy: They forgot to mention that, the CDC did.
Carmichael: I’ll just read part of this article. ‘The search parameters expanded on those used by the CDC to identify probable cardiac adverse event cases.
And they’re called CAEs by including the symptom of chest pain, which resulted in post-vaccination rates of events being two point five times higher among boys 12 to 15, than those reported by the CDC.
What they’re doing is they’re taking science and they’re taking medical data. And once again, I’ve had the vaccine. So I’m not an anti-vaccine.
Leahy: Same here.
Carmichael: But I do think there are some people where the vaccine is potentially risky.
Leahy: We’ll be back after the news.
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