Dr. Sherri Tenpenny Says No to Vaccines and Tim Russert Heart Attack Prevention on Radio
Posted Jun 14 2008 12:00am
Radio broadcast on Sunday, June 15, 2008 from 1 PM to 3 PM EDT: We obviously have the free will to believe that FDA approved drugs will prevent heart attacks. We also have the free will to die from behavior based upon government-sanctioned beliefs. Tragic as it is, another famous person has died due to an entirely preventable disease. Condolences to the family of Tim Russert. Now where are the newscasters and pundits pointing out the fact that he died of a heart attack despite being on statin drugs? Reporting on the real cause of vascular decline would provide a service greater than that of reminiscing on political pontification. Insensitive? Tell that to all the people who have died from a misplaced trust in those that sell us the fear of cholesterol. A culture of life would demand that the true cause of heart attacks is known by all. Listen to the show to find out what that is...
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Hour Two:Hearts Afire -- How many otherwise healthy people die young from a cardiovascular accident?NBC’s Tim Russert dies of heart attack at 58 . "Russert had earlier been diagnosed with asymptomatic coronary artery disease, but it was well-controlled with medication and exercise..." It does not have to be you. Heart attacks are one of the most easily preventable causes of death. Since it is front and center in the news, we'll cover that which the mainstream media will not regarding the death of Tim Russert and heart disease. What can we learn from a newsman that dies young? Nothing from the mainstream media -- that's why you listen to the Robert Scott Bell Show. Thanks for tuning in where there's more healing in two hours than most shows have in a whole year!Your calls at 1-800-449-8255(Show topics subject to change based on breaking news and the whims of the host.)