The Danger of a Traceable and Programmable Digital Dollar: Worldview Report Transcript For March 30, 2022

Good evening and welcome to the Worldview Report.

We lead off tonight with a new study showing that heart abnormalities were detected in some adolescents months after COVID-19 vaccination, and the FDA approved the injections anyway.

The Epoch Times reports that researchers at Seattle Children’s Hospital reviewed the cases of patients under age 18 who went to the hospital with chest pain and elevated serum troponin levels, two key markers of heart inflammation, within a week of getting a second dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.

While 35 patients fit the criteria, 19 were excluded for various reasons, including receiving care in another state after the initial visit. Cardiac imaging of the remaining 16 patients, performed three to eight months after they were first examined, showed 11 had persistent late gadolinium enhancement, a heart abnormality, though at lower levels than months earlier.

The follow-up imaging also revealed an abnormal global longitudinal strain, which is a measure of heart function, in three-quarters of the patients, among other abnormalities.

Researchers said the study showed a “persistence of abnormal findings,” noting that late gadolinium enhancement is known as an indicator of heart injury and is associated with a worse prognosis in patients with typical myocarditis.

The findings “raise concerns for potential longer-term effects,” they wrote, adding that they plan to repeat imaging at one year after the vaccine to assess whether problems are still present.

The findings were published following peer review in The Journal of Pediatrics. The researchers said no funding was received for the paper, which is telling in itself.


Meanwhile, the young, super-fit athletes just keep falling over for unknown reasons.

The latest is a world-class water polo player, just 23 years old.

Andrei Drăghici, a member of the Romanian team Dinamo Bucharest, died over the weekend during a game against Rapid Bucharest. He felt sudden chest pain during the second quarter of a match.

According to the available information, after his team’s attack he could not swim back to play defense. He stayed close to Rapid’s goal. A goalkeeper of the home team and other players helped him swim to the edge of the pool. Players of both teams and medical staff tried for an hour to resuscitate him, but to no avail.


The young polo player had trained in sports for more than 15 years and had no known health problems.

He becomes the latest statistic, with hundreds of young athletes having died or suffered major heart damage since the roll out of the experimental Covid injections. We have shared many of their stories with you on this broadcast, even as the mainstream media and our government continues to call the injections safe and effective.


Joe Biden is proposing a minimum 20 percent tax on American households worth more than $100 million that would target their “full income,” including standard taxable income as well as unrealized income like gains from stocks. The budget also includes a corporate tax rate hike from 21 percent to 28 percent.

Take a look.

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Good luck with that plan, since billionaires rarely pay taxes; they just hire more accountants and lawyers to find new loopholes and pass those costs on to their customers.


Is Joe Biden’s White House Office of Science and Technology owned by a former Google executive?

According to a new report by Politico, that’s exactly the case, with former Google CEO and billionaire Eric Schmidt stacking the office with his former staffers at a time when Biden has granted his science office unprecedented access and power.

According to Politico, a foundation controlled by Schmidt has quietly reshaped the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy over the past year.

More than a dozen officials in the 140-person office have been associates of Schmidt’s, including some current and former Schmidt employees, according to interviews with current and former staff members and internal emails obtained by POLITICO.

Schmidt maintained a close relationship with the president’s former science adviser, Eric Lander, and other Biden appointees. And his charity arm, Schmidt Futures, indirectly paid the salaries of two science-office employees. The chief innovation officer at Schmidt Futures, Tom Kalil, also remained on Schmidt’s payroll while working as an unpaid consultant at the science office for four months last year until he left the post following ethics complaints.


According to this next report, Russian spies are “everywhere” inside the United States.

Jack Barsky worked for years as a KGB double agent on behalf of Moscow before defecting to the United States. Although they aren’t as highly trained as the spies of yesteryear, Barsky says it became much easier to be a spy in America after the Cold War ended in the early 1990s, and there is now a “small army” of such agents working inside our country.

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Interesting perspective there from a former KGB agent.


An op-ed in The Hill warns that Joe Biden is planning a new digital currency and the fact that the media has reported very little about it, is one reason why you should be worried.

Whenever the White House says it is working on a plan that would transform a vital part of the U.S. economy, and that the administration is doing so with the “highest urgency,” it should go without saying that the press should pay close attention to what’s going on, writes Justin Haskins.

He says the long-term effects of the media’s negligence by not informing Americans about Biden’s planned cashless society will likely reverberate for decades to come.

Justin Haskins writes:

On March 9, the Biden administration released an executive order (EO) instructing a list of federal agencies to study digital assets and to propose numerous reports about their use and proposals to regulate them. Much of the executive order is focused on cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and ethereum, which run on blockchain technology and have become increasingly popular among many investors and consumers in recent years. 

But there is an even more important part of the Executive Order:  Biden has instructed the federal government and the privately-owned Federal Reserve system to lay the groundwork for a potential new U.S. currency, a digital dollar.

If the United States were to adopt a digital currency like the one discussed in Biden’s executive order, it would be one of the most dramatic expansions of federal power ever made, one that could put individuals and businesses in grave danger of losing their social and economic freedoms.

A digital dollar would not merely be a digital version of the existing U.S. dollar, but rather an entirely new currency that would, at least at first, exist alongside today’s currency. Similar to cash, the CBDC would be used to pay for goods and services and would likely be managed by the Federal Reserve. 

Unlike the current dollar, however, a central bank digital currency would not exist in physical form, meaning you wouldn’t be able to go to a bank or ATM and withdraw it.

Nor would the digital dollar be similar to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. Cryptocurrencies operate on blockchain technology, which is decentralized by design. No group or individual can truly control cryptocurrencies once they are launched.

Contrast that with government-controlled digital dollars, which would be traceable and programmable. The Federal Reserve, or some other designated entity, would have the ability to create more digital dollars whenever it sees fit, and, depending on how the legislation is written, the dollars could be formulated to have various rules and restrictions built into their design. 

For example, a digital dollar could be crafted to restrict fossil-fuel use, to give bonuses to people for spending at particular businesses, to enact de facto price controls by banning users from spending too much on particular products. The possibilities for power-hungry government bureaucrats are endless, but don’t expect to see any of those downsides to a digital money system included in Biden’s report.


The Oklahoma House of Representatives passed a bill last week that would ban nearly all abortions via an enforcement mechanism similar to that of the influential Texas Heartbeat Act.

House Bill 4327 states:

“A physician may not knowingly perform or induce an abortion on a pregnant woman, unless such abortion is performed to save the life of the mother” or if a pregnancy “is the result of rape, sexual assault, or incest that has been reported to law enforcement.” 

The bill “shall be enforced exclusively through private civil actions,” against anyone that “aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion, including paying for or reimbursing the costs of an abortion through insurance or otherwise.” 

It sets a minimum amount of damages at $10,000, and lawsuits can be brought for up to four years after the abortion, against anyone “who aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion.”

Rapists who impregnate a woman seeking abortion cannot bring suits, and the mother of the baby who aborts cannot be sued.

The bill passed the state House 78-19. Republican state Rep. Wendi Stearman, the bill’s lead sponsor, said that it “would protect the life of the unborn.”


These are exactly the kinds of bills, any bill actually that restricts abortions no matter how mildly, that the World Health Organization is trying to stop.

The WHO has come out with new guidelines that some pro-life groups say read like they were written by the abortion industry.

LifeSite News reports that the guidelines call for an end to “criminalization” and for a ban on any laws that restrict abortion, opening the door to sex-selective abortion and abortion up to birth.

Released on March 9, the new 170-page handbook from the WHO is entitled “Abortion care guideline.” Drawn up “in a bid to protect the health of women and girls and help prevent over 25 million unsafe abortions that currently occur each year,” the guidelines call for the widespread removal of numerous safeguards that prevent abortion.

The WHO describes the safeguards as “medically unnecessary policy barriers to safe abortion,” and recommends removing “criminalization, mandatory waiting times, the requirement that approval must be given by other people (such as partners or family members) or institutions, and limits on when during pregnancy an abortion can take place.”

These are “barriers,” the WHO wrote, that “can lead to critical delays in accessing treatment and put women and girls at greater risk of unsafe abortion, stigmatization, and health complications, while increasing disruptions to education and their ability to work.”

The WHO declared that all such restrictions would be “forms of gender-based violence” that “may amount to torture, cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment.” 

The WHO also demonstrated its allegiance to LGBT ideology, referring often to a “woman, girl or other pregnant person.” 


There are signs that the American consumer has reached their limit on how many more price increases they can absorb.

Take for example this quote from the mainstream Bloomberg Business News:

“Signs are emerging that the resilience of American consumers is rapidly waning, potentially undermining one of the few remaining pillars supporting the bull market in equities. U.S. households have until recently mostly absorbed higher prices on everything from coffee to chicken to clothes, helping companies maintain fat profit margins despite higher input. But that doesn’t mean consumers were happy about paying more for the same goods, which is why the University of Michigan’s sentiment index has steadily deteriorated to the lowest since 2011.”


But the latest surge in inflation rates, including rising energy prices, has pushed many households to the breaking point. Energy prices have surged about 26% over the past year while food costs have jumped 8% in the largest increase since 1981, according to Joseph Lavorgna, the chief economist at Natixis North America LLC.

At the same time, housing affordability has dropped to its lowest point since 2007.


The International Energy Agency has a plan for you and your driving habits.

The global agency which advises governments on energy policy, suggests you park your car on Sundays, ride your bicycle or walk more often, ride public transit, and if you must ride in a vehicle, make it an electric one. Governments should also subsidize public transit more than they already are, the agency says.

Take a look at this plan, as laid out by this graphic. This is what sustainability looks like from a policy point of view.


So, whenever you hear that word sustainable, be aware, it involves radical changes to the way you live, work and move about in society. This is only one aspect of it. Combine the decline in private automobile ownership with other changes being pushed by the same crowd, digital money and a digital ID masquerading as a vaccine passport, along with surveillance cameras on every corner and what do you get? You get technocratic dictatorship based on the Chinese model.


The Daily Mail reported that emails recovered from Hunter Biden’s laptop show he helped an infectious disease research company pursue projects in Ukraine. Those emails confirm portions of charges Russia made the previous day that an investment group run by the now-president’s son had funded a company conducting research at biolabs in Ukraine.

Now the Federalist is asking questions about those emails that every American should want answers to.

While these developments add another layer to the long list of Biden family scandals, the more urgent concern for the country should be the continuing threat to our national security posed by a compromised President Biden and the possibility that Russia has access to the catalog of compromising material contained on his son’s laptop.

Mere weeks before then-President Donald Trump and Joe Biden faced off in the November 2020 presidential election, The New York Post published emails obtained from a laptop Hunter Biden had abandoned at a repair shop in Delaware. Those emails revealed that during the elder Biden’s time as Barack Obama’s vice president, his son Hunter engaged in a pay-to-play scandal, trading off his father’s position to strike deals with players in Ukraine and China. The venture was a family one, with Joe “the Big Guy” Biden listed in one email as set to receive a 10 percent cut of one pending deal and Hunter telling his daughter in another message that “pop” took half of his earnings.

Even after a former business partner of Hunter Biden’s confirmed the authenticity of the emails, the supposed standard-bearers of journalism buried the scandal and social media outlets censored both the story and The New York Post. Worse still, as the Federalist notes, “more than 50 former senior intelligence officials” signed a letter framing the Hunter Biden emails as Russian disinformation.

Among others, former CIA directors or acting directors John Brennan, Leon Panetta, Gen. Michael Hayden, John McLaughlin, and Michael Morell signed the letter. In doing so they gave then-candidate Joe Biden cover to lie to the American public, which he did when Trump confronted him about the scandal during a presidential debate.

Are you saying the “laptop is now another Russia, Russia, Russia hoax?” Trump asked Biden at that nationally televised debate.

Biden responded saying, “That’s exactly what I was told. There are 50 former national intelligence folks who said that what he’s accusing me of is a Russian plant.”

Shame on those 50 former intelligence folks. They were lying and they knew it.


Our commentary tonight will be short and sweet.

At the Oscars on Sunday night, Hollywood celebrities thought they’d mock the parental rights bill that Governor Ron DeSantis is championing to keep inappropriate LGBT discussions out of the classroom for children in the lower elementary grades.

Amy Schumer, Regina Hall and Wanda Sykes decided to say the word ‘gay’ a bunch of times in succession:

Take a look.


On Monday morning, Governor DeSantis had something to say about those haughty Hollywood types and their progressive filth.


DeSantis made those comments at a signing ceremony where he signed the Florida Parental rights bill into law.

This is why people love DeSantis. He’s not afraid to own his policies in the culture wars. He’s not afraid of being mocked or being called names. And he will fight back. Could you imagine Governor Brian Kemp doing that in Georgia? Not only pushing a bill like that through and signing it, but throwing it right back in the faces of the sickos in Hollywood? Kemp would be afraid of offending Hollywood, to which Kemp hands millions in tax subsidies and other incentives to shoot films in his state.

All we can say is, touche’ Governor DeSantis.

Thanks for tuning in to the Worldview Report. We look forward to bringing you another edition tomorrow. From everyone here at the Worldview Report news desk, good night, and take care.


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