Foods High in Vitamin D

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Why You Need Vitamin D

It’s important for your bones, blood cells, and immune system — your body’s defense against germs. You get most of your vitamin D from sunlight on your skin. Just a few minutes a day on your hands and face should do the trick. But you can also get it from food. If you’re homebound, sick, or older, you might not get enough vitamin D. Talk to your doctor if you think your levels are low. 

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How Much Do You Need?

Most adults need about 15 micrograms (mcg) a day. This goes down to 10 mcg in infants and up to 20 mcg in adults 71 or older. On labels, you may see vitamin D amounts listed in international units (IU). A single microgram is equal to 40 international units.

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Orange Juice

In this case, it’s better to buy it at the store than to squeeze it yourself. That’s because the vitamin D comes not from the oranges themselves, but from the makers who add it to the juice at the factory. Look for the words “fortified with vitamin D” on the label. You get about 2.5 mcg for each cup.

Enjoy a glass of orange juice, but don’t overdo it. Besides nutrients, it’s also packed with sugar and calories.

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Rainbow Trout

If you’re looking for a healthy main course that comes with a decent amount of vitamin D, try grilling some rainbow trout. It has 16 mcg in a 3-ounce serving. Add a little butter with some lemon and herbs for a tasty meal.

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A 3-ounce serving of salmon can give you 10 to 18 mcg of vitamin D, depending on the type. Wild coho is at the low end with 10 mcg, and canned sockeye salmon is at the top with 18. Other fatty fish like mackerel, herring, and sardines also have a pretty good vitamin D kick.

For an easy-to-prepare meal, try baked fish cakes with salmon from the can.

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Portabella Mushrooms

You can get 8 mcg of vitamin D when you eat 3 ounces of portabella mushrooms. But you might bring them outside to see the sun for a few seconds. That’s because UV light from the sun raises the level of vitamin D in many mushrooms, and particularly in portabellas.

For an alternative to a meat dish, brush portabella mushrooms with olive oil and cook them out on the grill.

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Yogurt makers often add vitamin D to their product. You can typically get 3 mcg in an 8-ounce serving. Choose plain, low-fat yogurt to cut down on sugar, fat, and calories.

For a healthy snack, cover fresh berries with some plain, low-fat yogurt and crushed nuts.

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The humble light tuna in a can packs a fair punch of vitamin D, compared to other foods. You get 6 mcg in a 3-ounce serving.

When you make a sandwich, instead of mayo, try a mixture of Dijon mustard, olive oil, and lemon juice to keep it on the healthier side.

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Whether your milk is whole, chocolate, or low-fat, the producer likely fortified it with about 3 mcg of vitamin D per cup. So if you have a choice, which kind you should probably go for? (Hint: It’s not the chocolate.)

Yup, low-fat is the way to go. Try some in the morning with whole-grain, low-sugar cereal, also often fortified with vitamin D.

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Nondairy Milks

Whether made from soy, almonds, or rice, makers typically fortify these products with 2.5 to 3 mcg of vitamin D per cup. These drinks also sometimes have plenty of fat, sugar, and calories, so check the label carefully.

Add some nondairy creaminess to your post-workout smoothie with a cup of almond milk. 

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Risk Factors for Low Vitamin D

Several things raise your chances of having low levels of vitamin D:

  • Age: Your skin and kidneys don’t make it as easily in your older years.  
  • Darker skin: It doesn’t convert sunlight as well.
  • Digestive problems: Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, and problems with fat digestion can limit your levels.
  • Obesity: Fat traps some vitamin D and stops it from getting into your blood.

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Are You Low on Vitamin D?

Your doctor can test your blood to check your vitamin D levels. Consider getting one if you don’t get outside or have signs of low vitamin D, like osteoporosis or pain in your muscles or bones. A normal amount for adults is anything more than 20 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL). Less than 12 could be a health problem. Supplements might help, but talk to your doctor first and don’t overdo it. Vitamin D levels over 100 ng/mL could be risky.

Healthy Reasons to Slice Into Watermelon

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Loaded With Lycopene

The cheery red color comes from lycopene, an antioxidant. Studies show it may help curb your risk of cancer and diabetes as part of a healthy lifestyle. Watermelon has more of this nutrient than any other fruit or veggie — even tomatoes. To load up on lycopene, choose a melon with bright red flesh rather than yellow or orange. And the riper, the better. Also, seedless melon tends to have more lycopene than those with seeds.

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Sun Benefit?

Some pigments help protect plants from the sun. Oddly enough, just eating them may shield your skin, too — at least a little. The lycopene in watermelon may make it less likely that you get sunburned. But that’s not for sure, so keep using your broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF of 30 or higher every day.

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Healthier Heart

Watermelon is rich in an amino acid called citrulline that may help move blood through your body and can lower your blood pressure. Your heart also enjoys the perks of all the lycopene watermelon contains. Studies show that it may lower your risk of heart attacks. Of course, your whole lifestyle affects your heart health. So make sure you also work out, don’t smoke, limit saturated fat, and keep up with your doctor’s advice.

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Protects Your Joints

Watermelon has a natural pigment called beta-cryptoxanthin that may protect your joints from inflammation. Some studies show that over time, it could make you less likely to get rheumatoid arthritis.

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Easy on Your Eyes

Just one medium slice of watermelon gives you contains 9-11% of the vitamin A you need each day. This nutrient is one of the keys to keeping your eyes healthy. Foods are the best ways to get all the vitamins and minerals that your body needs.

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Naturally Sweet Hydration

Juicy watermelon is 92% water, so it’s a simple way to help stay hydrated. Every cell in your body needs water. Even a small shortage can make you feel sluggish. If you get really dehydrated, it can become serious enough that you need to get fluids by IV.

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Soothes Your Skin

Vitamins A, B6, and C in watermelon help your skin stay soft, smooth, and supple. Because it’s loaded with water, melon also makes a great face mask. Mix 1 tablespoon of watermelon juice with the same amount of Greek yogurt. Spread over your face and leave on for 10 minutes to slough off any dry, dull skin. Rinse and pat dry.

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Satisfies Your Sweet Tooth

A cup of ice cream will set you back around 300 calories. You can enjoy the same amount of watermelon for just 45.6 calories. And unlike many other desserts, it’s fat-free, low in cholesterol, and has no sodium. Plus, the water in it will help you stay fuller longer. To make an easy sorbet, puree some watermelon in your blender, add a squeeze of lime, and pop in the freezer until it hardens.

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Boosts Your Workout

Watermelon’s high water content, antioxidants, and amino acids may make for a better workout. It’s also high in potassium, a mineral that could cut down on cramps at the gym. You can sip watermelon juice after you sweat, too. Doing so could help prevent muscle soreness, as long as you don’t push yourself too hard.

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Won’t Spike Your Blood Sugar

Trying to keep your blood glucose levels steady? You’re in luck. Watermelon has a glycemic index (GI) value of 80, about the same as a bowl of cornflakes. But it’s got few carbs. That means its glycemic load (how quickly it enters your bloodstream and how much glucose it can produce) is a mere 5. Enjoy a slice without guilt!

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Easy to Digest

If you have a digestive condition like Crohn’s or colitis, the list of what not to eat during a flare can be long. You can put watermelon on your “yes” list. Its soft, fleshy fruit is easy for even an inflamed gut to digest. (Just don’t eat the rind or the seeds if you need to limit fiber.)

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What If I Eat a Seed by Accident?

You may have been told as a kid that if you swallow watermelon seeds, they’ll grow in your belly. Not true! After all, your stomach has no sunlight or soil, and a lot of gastric acid. Many melons are seedless these days, but don’t worry if you do swallow a seed. They’re actually full of nutrients!

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Choose a Good One

Pick a melon that’s free of dents, nicks, and bruises. Look for a yellow, not white, spot on the bottom. This signals that it’s ripe. A juicy, ready-to-eat watermelon will feel heavy for its size. When you thump it, it should sound hollow.

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Safely Cut and Store Your Melon

Wash the outside of your melon before you slice into it. You don’t want your knife to transfer any germs to the inside. While melon tastes best right after it’s cut, you can store it in your fridge for up to 5 days. Freezing is an option, too. While the watermelon won’t stay crisp, you can thaw it to use in smoothies.

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Don’t Stop With a Slice

A slice of fresh watermelon tastes great, but you can do more with it. Top a salad with cubed melon and crumbled feta cheese. Make a watermelon pizza by topping wedges with yogurt, mint, slivered almonds, and berries. And save the seeds! Tossed with olive oil and sea salt, they can be roasted for a tasty (and healthy) snack.

I Feel His Love – Laura Hackett

I Feel His Love – Laura Hackett Park – Produced by Ben Shive & Brown Bannister – Album Love Will Have Its Day (2014) 


I Feel His Love

My faith, it lifts the weight of pain
From lonely and mistaken days
Of hiding behind deep dark lies
Of worthlessness and selfish pride
My faith is my belief in truth
That God above loves me and you
And He gave us freedom, He gave us life
To walk in love through Jesus Christ

And I am confident that neither life nor death
Can keep me from the love of Christ
Keep me from the love of Christ
And though I cannot see
Still, my heart believes
And I am filled with joy

I feel His love welling up on the inside of me
All those years bound in shame, He is setting me free
His love goes deeper than the pain that I feel
His love is stronger than depression and fear
I feel His love welling up on the inside of me
All those years bound in shame, He is setting me free
His love goes deeper than the pain that I feel
His love is stronger, I believe that it’s real
It’s greater, it’s stronger

Now love’s a choice, I know it’s true
He never forced my heart to move
But therein lies the mystery
That He reached first in choosing me
And He spoke my name, the sweetest sound
And to this day I still resound
Now death has lost its hold on me
And life springs up abundantly

And I am confident that neither life nor death
Can keep me from the love of Christ
Keep me from the love of Christ
And though I cannot see
Still, my heart believes
And I am filled with joy

I feel His love welling up on the inside of me
All those years bound in shame, He is setting me free
His love goes deeper than the pain that I feel
His love is stronger than depression and fear
I feel His love welling up on the inside of me
All those years bound in shame, He is setting me free
His love goes deeper than the pain that I feel
His love is stronger

And I am confident that neither life nor death
Can keep me from the love of Christ
Keep me from the love of Christ
And though I cannot see
Still, my heart believes
And I am filled with joy

I feel His love welling up on the inside of me
All those years bound in shame, He is setting me free
His love goes deeper than the pain that I feel
His love is stronger than depression and fear
I feel His love welling up on the inside of me
All those years bound in shame, He is setting me free
His love goes deeper than the pain that I feel
His love is stronger, I believe that it’s real
It’s greater, it’s stronger

We Can Learn From The Ant

Proverbs 6: 6-8, 30: 24-25



Solomon was wise. He studied ants and saw that they make great examples of wisdom for men. Only 2 references in the Bible to ants, so they are conspicuous by their limited mention. Did you notice “her” ways, meat food? That’s because all the workers are female. The queen lays eggs and the males are for mating. In studying the ant we observe:

Ants never wander aimlessly through life.

Queens and males leave the nest to mate in trees, high places, or even in grassy areas. Queens bite off wings, nest and lay eggs. Feeds the pupa and larva with sterile eggs for food. When they become adults they begin to forage and hunt for food. They do all this without a guide, overseer, or ruler. When you see them, they are always on the move going to food or going back to the nest.

As Christians, we should have a definite advantage because we have a guide, on overseer and a ruler. Our guide is the Holy Spirit (John 16:13) Howbeit when He, the Spirit of truth, is come, He will guide you into all truth: for He shall not speak of Himself; but whatsoever He shall hear, that shall He speak: and He will show you things to come. Our overseer is our pastor (Acts 20:28) Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Spirit hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which He hath purchased with His own blood.

And our ruler is Jesus Christ Eph 1:20-23 Which He wrought in Christ when He raised Him from the dead and set Him at His own right hand in the heavenly places, Far above all principality, and power, and might, and dominion and every name that is named, not only in this world, but also in that which is to come: And hath put all things under His feet, and gave Him to be the head over all things to the church, Which is His body, the fullness of Him that filleth all in all.

Consequently, we ought to be even more directed in our work for the Lord than an ant is in its work for the colony. The reason more doesn’t get done, according to the text, is that many Christians are sluggards (lazy).

Ants are always sufficiently nourished.

Sweet foods give ants power as sources of energy i.e. “honey”. (Psa 119:103) How sweet are thy words unto my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth! Bugs provide protein to “build up” their bodies “i.e. strong meat.” (Heb 5:12) For when for the time you ought to be teachers, you have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of God, and are become such as have need of milk, and not of strong meat.

Honey pots. Store honey for the colony (honey = Word of God). Memorize scripture.

Nests can go 12-15 feet deep. Grass seeds collected in harvest are stored in the deepest chamber of the nest to supply food for the winter. The text says, “provides her meat in the summer.”

Pheromones (scent trails) point the way to good food – “follow me to church [good food].”

Many Christians are undernourished because they don’t eat the sweet Words of God and strengthen themselves with His strong meat. Furthermore, when some find good food, the rest don’t follow them to the good food source.

Ants always carry their share of the load.

The text says, “a people not strong” – yet they can carry objects 5 times their body weight and can drag 25 times their body weight. Jesus said, “my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

Work together division of labor in the colony, transport food, kill insects – tend eggs, construct, excavate, forage, and hunt. Bible says, “bear you one another burdens.” The reason Christians don’t get more done is that they underestimate their strength in the Lord – you can carry more of a load than you are carrying – and they don’t work efficiently together on a common productive cause.

Ants are never stopped by obstacles.

The text says, “they are little upon the earth. Go around obstacles. Build bridges over rough terrain. Ball up and float downstream in flood. The reason Christians don’t get more done is that they quit too easily. (Gal 6:9) And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap if we faint not. (Test of a man’s character is what it takes to stop him.)

Ants always work diligently in the harvest

Ants teach us to look ahead. “Provides her supplies in the summer, and gathers her food in the harvest” (Prov 6:8). In the summer and in the harvest, food is plentiful. Yet the ant refuses to take her ease, instead working harder, storing up against the coming time of scarcity. “The ants are a people not strong, yet they prepare their food in the summer” (Prov 30:25). One of our great failings is only looking at the few feet in front of our nose—not preparing for the future or considering the consequences of our action—and inaction.

The reason not more done is that Christians don’t see the harvest and the need to work to gather the seed into the garner.

Ants always care for their young.

Crops for carrying food back to the nest to feed workers by “trophallaxis” and to store in reserve in the honey pots. (2 Tim 2:2) And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.

(Eph 4:28) Let him that stole steal no more: but rather let him labor, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have to give to him that needs.

Seeds broke down to a brown crumbly mass so food can be digested – (Neh 8:8) So they read in the book in the law of God distinctly, and gave the sense, and caused them to understand the reading.

Fungus cultivating ants – “prepare” meat in summer.

Many workers care for the young – eggs pupa larva adult. That’s the way the ants grow to become workers.

This is why we must disciple our converts and teach them in Sunday school.

CONCLUSION: We must beware of the propensity we have to be lazy—both physically and spiritually. Go to the ant! “Consider her ways and be wise”! Think on these things!




Ohio Governor DeWine Pushes Back Against Hydroxychloroquine Ban


RUSH: Well, now, look at this, folks. Somebody is getting some pushback out there. Somebody got some pushback out there, and this is kind of a — I don’t know — kind of a big deal. I’ll share the details here just a second.

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Here it is. And I had it in two stages. When I first got it I wasn’t quite sure, you know, it could have been anecdotal email to me. And I had to be able to verify this and back it up. And I’ve since been able to do that. “Ohio Governor Mike DeWine just announced that he is reversing the decision to block hydroxychloroquine prescriptions for treatment of COVID-19 in Ohio.”

You know what this means? It means that he is reversing his ban and now it can be prescribed. The health department banned it, and he is reversing the ban in Ohio, Governor Mike DeWine. This is pushback. I mean, this is the kind of thing that we haven’t been seeing, and here it is. So good for Governor DeWine. He just announced that he is reversing the decision to block hydroxychloroquine prescriptions for treatment of COVID-19 in Ohio.

Here are his tweets. “I agree with the statement from Dr. Steven Hahn, Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, that the decision about prescribing hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 should be between a doctor and a patient.” Hell, yes. It shouldn’t be between Twitter and whoever it is at Twitter is acting like the doctor.

By the way, you know, I made that point for two days. Well, I’m getting ahead of myself. Hang on. Here’s the second tweet from governor DeWine. “Therefore, I am asking the Ohio Board of Pharmacy to halt -” the RX board “– their new rule prohibiting the selling or dispensing of hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19.” It’s up to a doctor. It’s up to the patient. It ain’t up to us.

Now, as you recall, the last couple of days have been highly contentious because here we’ve had the doctors, led by Stella Immanuel, the Nigerian black immigrant female who the left is out there summarily trying to destroy, claiming she has yet to lose a patient, she has been prescribing hydroxychloroquine for a number of cases and causes, including COVID-19 as well as malaria, and she believes that it is a home run.

She believes that we could open the schools, you know the drill. We could open businesses. We could open the economy. We could do whatever because it’s highly effective if used with zinc or azithromycin or the Z-Pak and if it’s used at the right time. And of course everybody, the left came out and destroyed her, Trump retweeted, Donald Trump Jr. retweeted and Twitter took down their tweets and put them in Twitter prison. Leading me to ask a very important question.

So Twitter can ban and bury anybody who retweets something that Twitter thinks is medically wrong or incorrect. Well, who is it at Twitter that is the medical expert here? Who is it at Twitter and at Facebook who are the people at those two social media outlets who know better than a patient and his or her doctor? It’s a very relevant question because this is proving that all of this is politics. All of this is. It’s not about health. It’s not about medicine. It is about making sure that whatever hydroxychloroquine’s positive characteristics are, that nobody hears about them.

There are a lot of people scared to death of hydroxychloroquine, so scared that they are attempting to tell you you will die if you take it. If you have COVID-19 and you take hydroxychloroquine, if you take it as it is recommended to be taken, you will die. Well, there aren’t any supporting case histories that accompany that. Just the claim. Just the allegation. Just the charge.

But, folks, it is a really, really important question because who at Twitter can decide on the spot that Donald Trump Jr. or Donald Trump — they even took down a Madonna tweet. Do you believe this? Madonna tweeted positively about hydroxychloroquine, and they took her tweet down. So who is it? Who are the medical experts at Twitter who know this? There aren’t any medical experts at Twitter. That’s the whole point. It’s a rhetorical question.

So yesterday while feverishly preparing show prep — well, that’s redundant. While feverishly prepping the program for today, I came across a story at American Greatness by Adam Mill. And the headline: “If Social Media Wants to Play Doctor, They Should Prepare To Be Sued for Malpractice – Most people understand that the constitutional guarantee of free speech does not include falsely yelling ‘Fire!’ in a crowded theater. A panicked mob can crush or trample weak and vulnerable people as the instinct to survive overtakes common decency. This maxim came to mind when Breitbart announced that Twitter and Facebook censored a press conference by actual doctors describing their life-saving lessons learned from treating actual COVID-19 patients.”

This is the Dr. Stella Immanuel press conference on the steps of the Supreme Court, and Twitter banned it. They censored it.

“Among the lessons discussed was the prophylactic use of a combination of hydroxychloroquine and other inexpensive therapies that seem to stop the dreaded disease from advancing to its deadly second phase. One doctor said she treated over 300 COVID-19 patients using the therapy. These patients included vulnerable patients with diabetes, heart conditions, and advanced age. She proudly announced she had not lost a single patient with the early intervention of this therapy. Additionally, COVID-19 failed to infect any member of her staff taking the therapy as a prophylactic measure. She warned that the misinformation about these therapies was causing people to die needlessly.” Well, of course this is Stella Immanuel.

“Another doctor spoke to the opening of schools. Young people, he said, are able to tolerate the virus very well. Opening schools poses little or no risk to children when compared to leaving them at home. Children are very unlikely to spread the disease to each other. And, astonishingly, a contract trace study revealed no example of a student infecting a teacher in the entire world.”

Did you know that, by the way? Astonishingly, a contract trace study involved no example of a student infecting a teacher in the entire world. So what Mr. Mill here is getting at, it’s my question, who the hell at Twitter is the medical expert that can contradict an entire gaggle of doctors wearing their official white lab coats on the steps of the Supreme Court, who is it?

“Social media censorship of medical opinions is far more dangerous than the usual censorship of conservative political opinion. By censoring doctors, they’re offering their own medical opinion to the public–that these cures won’t work–and suggesting that it’s ‘dangerous’ to let patients (or other doctors!) hear the advice.”

Censorship of doctors, censorship of medical news, censorship of medical opinion. That’s exactly what this was. But it wasn’t. It was political censorship. Twitter, I think they’ve been caught out. And we’re trying to alert as many people as possible to how this is happening. They censored a medical opinion of a bunch of doctors because they are censoring conservatism, and they figured that this was part of conservatism. Of course, anything that they disagree with is hate speech. Anything they think is hate speech, that’s how they’re able to censor it or suppress it.

Here’s another pull quote. “So not only is Twitter, which is not a medical provider,” by the way. If you contract any kind of disease, you don’t go to Twitter to go to the doctor. You don’t go to Twitter for a medical opinion. Some lunatics might, actually, to stop to think about it. But you shouldn’t. “So not only is Twitter, which is not a medical provider, claiming that these [real] doctors are wrong, Twitter is saying that patients following this advice could be at greater health risk.

“This is medical advice Twitter is offering to the general public.” It is medical advice they are censoring. It is medical advice they are denying the American people a right to see. “And if anyone dies as a result of this censorship, these social media giants will be responsible.” In other words, if Dr. Stella Immanuel and Dr. Risch from Yale (the epidemiologist) and all of the others who believe in hydroxychloroquine…

If Twitter succeeds in burying their medical opinion — and people die because a proper medical opinion was denied them because Twitter censored it — well, that’s big time responsibility. “Social media should not be restricting legitimate medical policy debate on its platforms. It should not be permitting fearmongering while censoring advice from licensed doctors who actually have some demonstrated experience and claim success in fighting the disease.”

Twitter is essentially accusing them of lying, accusing them of being wrong, accusing them of malpractice, because you’re not allowed to see what these particular doctors have to say. Twitter will not permit it. Twitter will censor them — and you, if you attempt to spread it. “A doctor who did this could be sued for malpractice. Why should [Twitter and Facebook] be immune from the same consequences?”

Damn right. Hell, yes. A profoundly important question. Yeah, Madonna was censored by big tech for a post touting pro-hydroxychloroquine doctors. This would be, of course, Dr. Stella Immanuel. I have never seen… I have never seen an African-American immigrant female doctor so mistreated by the American left. I’m sure there are… I mean, Condi Rice, before she got her mind right, she was called an Aunt Jemima and all kinds of stuff.

She was called a Stepin Fetchit for George W. Bush. She was accused of doing all kinds of horrible sexual stuff to get the job from George W. Bush by the American left. But Dr. Stella Immanuel (Immigrant. Checks that box. African-American. Checks that box. Nigerian! Checks that box. Female! Checks that box. Overweight! Checks that box) somehow is a persona non grata. “Yale epidemiologist: Dr. Fauci running ‘misinformation campaign’ against hydroxychloroquine.”

This is Dr. Harvey Risch who we have quoted earlier in the week. “[N]oted Yale epidemiologist has accused White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci of waging a ‘misinformation campaign’ against the drug hydroxychloroquine, claiming the medication has shown consistently encouraging results…”

By the way, speaking of Dr. Fauci, have you heard the latest? Dr. Fauci is now saying (summarized), “Wearing a mask isn’t enough. You gotta wear goggles! You gotta protect your eyes. This virus has an uncanny ability to get in there right through your retina, right through your pupils. You gotta wear goggles now.” I haven’t seen Dr. Fauci wearing goggles.


RUSH: We’ll start with Patricia in Weimar, Texas. Welcome. It’s great to have you here. Hello.

CALLER: Hi, Rush. Thanks for taking my opinion. I’m a retired RN, and when I was in nursing school, they taught us that we were not to diagnose or prescribe medicine or talk about medicine, because we could be charged with practicing medicine. That’s what Facebook is doing when they’re censoring doctors with years of experience. You know, to me, that’s practicing medicine, you know, both Twitter and Facebook —

RUSH: Yeah, they’re not only doing that. They’re causing the websites that host these doctors to drop them!

CALLER: Yes. Yes.

RUSH: But, no, you’re exactly right. An RN, for example, cannot tell a patient, “I think the doctor’s screwing up. I think what you need is this drug. The doctor’s got you on such and such.” That is expressly forbidden. A nurse is not permitted to even go there. A nurse cannot even answer questions about that. The doctor does the prescribing. The nurse does whatever the nurse duties are.

But Twitter is moving in and doing exactly that. They are giving medical advice by denying it, by suppressing it, and I’m still gonna keep asking the question: Who is the medical expert at Twitter? I’m telling you, there isn’t one. Because as far as Twitter’s concerned, it’s a political process they’re engaged in. Same thing at Facebook.