Worldview Report Transcript For December 15, 2021

In our top story tonight, the stage has now been set by the government's top propaganda mouthpiece for coronavirus tyranny that Americans who have already received two shots in compliance with the propaganda narrative, should now reassess their status in light of the constantly moving goalposts.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, appearing on Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos, skillfully planted the psychological seed, saying that said if yearly boosters for the COVID vaccine became necessary, then American's would “just have to deal with it.”

Stephanopoulos set up Fauci with the necessary softball question, asking, “You talked about the advantages of the booster. Should we be thinking three shots now as the standard of care?”

Fauci responded, “For official requirements, it’s still two shots of the mRNA and one shot of the J&J for the official determination of what’s required or not.”

Then Stephanopoulos led him to move the goal posts in what seemed like a rehearsed interview when he said, “Projecting forward, should we be expecting yearly boosters?”

Here's what Fauci had to say.


"If it becomes necessary to get yet another boost..." At this point, are there any critical thinkers left in this country who still doubt there will be "yet another booster" required of people who wish to proudly display their status as "fully vaccinated"?


Now, as more and more hospitals fire their uninjected doctors and nurses, the very same doctors and nurses who just over a year ago were hailed as medical heroes, the shortage in skilled healthcare staff is becoming more acute.

To deal with that growing shortage, caused by their own reckless actions, hospital administrators are clamoring for the government to bail them out.

So, in steps the National Guard to help solve a crisis of their own making.

At least four states have called in the National Guard to help fill in the gaps in medical staffs at major hospitals.

Indiana became the latest state to deploy the National Guard to hospitals. The Indiana Department of Health confirmed to local media that Guard members were sent to 13 hospitals after officials with Indiana University Health, the state’s largest hospital system, made the request.

Indiana University officials said it’s dealing with “all-time highs” of both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients.

What the Indiana University Hospital System won't tell you is that they fired more than 125 healthcare workers earlier this year for not complying with the system’s vaccine mandate

“As COVID cases continue to increase and hospitalization of COVID and non-COVID patients reach all-time highs, the demand and strain on IU Health’s team members, nurses and providers has never been greater,” Indiana University Health said in a statement, adding that it “will leverage all available resources and enlist members of Indiana’s National Guard, in conjunction with the Indiana Department of Health, to assist in areas of critical need.”

In New Hampshire, the Epoch Times reports that authorities confirmed several days ago that about 70 Guard members would be deployed within the coming weeks to provide nonclinical support at medical care facilities.

In Maine, Democrat Gov. Janet Mills said on Dec. 8 that she activated about 75 additional National Guard members. They’ll also be used to provide nonclinical support to health care facilities, coming months after the state issued a vaccine mandate for health workers that several courts refused to block.

Maine’s largest hospital—the Maine Medical Center—”has had no critical care beds available” during the past week, said CEO Joel Botler in a statement, adding that the hospital had to shut down six operating rooms in addition to the six that were previously closed, according to the Epoch Times report.

And in New York, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that the state’s National Guard would conduct a similar mission at state hospitals.

All of these self-induced staffing shortages are being dishonestly blamed in the mainstream media on increased Covid cases "overwhelming" the system.



Now we have another trailblazing study on the efficacy of the drug Ivermectin. This time from the nation of Brazil.

Between July and December of 2020, roughly 220,000 people were offered a dose of roughly 18mg per day for a 200lb person as an optional treatment for 2 days, once every two weeks.

133,051 people took them up on it, while 87,466 did not.

After analyzing the data, a team of researchers spanning several Brazilian institutes, the University of Toronto, and Columbia's EAFIT concluded in a December pre-print study that hospitalization and mortality rates were cut in half over the seven month period among the Ivermectin group.


This analysis contradicts an October report by Business Insider which claimed, based on a Brazilian ICU doctor's anecdotal evidence, that the experiment was a failure.

Yet, the bulk of the medical establishment continues to bully doctors, even firing some of them, for prescribing Ivermectin for their patients.

Dr. John Witcher, an emergency room physician at the Baptist Memorial Hospital in Yazoo City, Mississippi, said he was “told not to come back” after taking several COVID-19 patients off Remdesivir, an experimental drug given emergency use authorization by the FDA, and allowing them to use Ivermectin.

“I was very surprised that I was basically told to not come back at the end of the day,” Witcher said on the Stew Peters podcast.

Baptist Memorial told news released a statement to news outlets saying that it, "follows the standards of care recommended by the scientific community and our medical team in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19” which is focused almost exclusively on Remdesivir and experimental vaccines.


Elon Musk has been named Time Magazine's "Person of the Year" for 2021.

"The richest man in the world does not own a house and has recently been selling off his fortune," Time crows about Musk. The magazine talks about the world's richest man "selling off his fortune" as if he's giving away his money to the homeless, when in fact he's been cashing out of Tesla stock that many analysts say has become bizarrely overpriced.

But the editors at Time are very impressed.

"He tosses satellites into orbit and harnesses the sun; he drives a car he created that uses no gas and barely needs a driver," Time writes.

Time apparently miss those videos of Musk's self-driving cars crashing and burning while on Autopilot. Nor did Time point out to its readers that Tesla is embroiled in a 750,000+ vehicle federal investigation into its flawed Autopilot system. 

Musk also recently predicted that we would all be walking around with computer chips planted in our brains within a few years. Sounds like just the kind of guy we want to place on a pedestal for America's youth to emulate. Thank you Time magazine.


We continue to get reports of young, super-fit athletes across Europe and the United States falling victim to heart and lung problems.

Each new incident is reported as an isolated incident with not possible common connection to anything, such as an experimental vaccine that almost all athletes are being injected with. Most professional leagues are mandating the shots and refuse to investigate why so many athletes are suffering cardiac and respiratory events while extending themselves in the middle of ballgames.

The latest involves a Swedish soccer player Victor Lindelof, a defender for the Manchester United team.

On Saturday, English Premier League fans witnessed Lindelof suffer from chest pains and breathing complications against Norwich.

The Swede was removed from the contest in the 2nd half after the frightening events on the pitch.

On the same weekend, Italy’s Serie A club Napoli reported a “coincidence” from their Sunday contest against Empoli.

At the 19-minute mark, midfielder Piotr Zielinski, a member of the Polish national team, began struggling to breathe.



The wave so-called smash and grab robberies continues to sweep across America, starting in San Francisco and LA and now moving to Chicago.

Smash-and-grab thieves robbed a luxury car dealership that sells Rolls Royces in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood in broad daylight, the Gateway Pundit reports.

According to police, the two thieves entered the Rolls Royce dealership on North Rush near Magnificent Mile just after 12 noon this past Saturday.

But they weren't looking to steal cars.

One man in a mask and hoodie used a hammer to break the glass case and grabbed several luxury watches valued at over $2 million while another man armed with a gun stood by the front door.

Two salesmen ran after the thieves with their own guns drawn, but police say the robbers remain at large, no doubt planning their next attack.


The owner of the car dealership is furious and blasted Mayor Lori Lightfoot and District Attorney Kim Foxx for their failed policies that have led to a rise in crime in Chicago.

“A city that I love and everybody loves to come to is going to be a desert if they don’t stop this. We’re going to have people moving out of this city — they’re moving out now — that want to just be safe,” said owner Joe Perillo. “It’s only a fool who keeps doing things the same way and expects different results. If the Mayor and Kim Foxx don’t do anything to get control of this, it’s not going to get better. It’s going to get worse,” he said.


Democrat Colorado Secretary of State wants to take away the Second Amendment rights of her fellow Coloradans, but we learn tonight that the secretary of state is taking care of her own security needs.

According to a report in Newsweek, Jena Griswold has requested 200,000 be added to her budget to cover the cost of armed security guards.

Griswold has gained notoriety over the past year for publicly refuting claims from Republicans, including former President Donald Trump, that the 2020 presidential election was "stolen," now says she needs the extra money to protect herself and other members of her office.

Griswold's increasingly public profile has drawn an increase in threats levied against her and other members of her office, including death threats and posting of her private information online, her office has said.

Yet, Griswold has suffered no attacks and has not had her home or person violated in any way.

On the Other hand, those who have opposed Griswold's handling of last year's election have had their homes raided by the FBI, their children roughed, and their electronic devices stolen.

One of those people is Tina Peters, who released a statement in response to Griswold's request for beefed up security. That statement reads:

“Jena Griswold doesn’t think you should be able to carry a gun but requests $200,000 for armed security guards herself. Her hypocrisy knows no bounds. She is trying to turn attention away from what she is doing by continuing to attack duly elected county officials investigating election irregularities. The irregularities she helped create through her questionable decisions in the first place.”

The funding would allow for guards to accompany Griswold and some of her staff at public events, as well as hire a third-party vendor to track the threats made at Griswold and her office online.


More evidence is emerging of tampering and cover up in the November 2020 election. The latest comes from Pennsylvania.

A whistleblower video obtained by The Federalist shows Pennsylvania election workers discussing ways to hide derogatory information about the management of the November 2020 election.

The incriminating video comes out of Delaware County, PA.

As sources related to The Federalist's Margot Cleveland report, the recorded video is further evidence of fraud undertaken to conceal the widespread violations of Pennsylvania election law that occurred during last year’s presidential election.

The Federalist posted a snippet of the video footage showing Tom Gallagher, a lawyer for Delaware County, destroying voting-machine tapes in an effort to bypass the state's open records law, which in Pennsylvania is called the Right to Know Act.


The undercover video was recorded by whistleblower Regina Miller while working as a contract employee for the county. She began secretly recording the behind-the-scenes conduct after witnessing questionable behavior by several election officials. A lawsuit was filed last month against county election officials, based in part on the recordings, Miller told The Federalist.


Authorities in South Korea are rolling out an AI-powered facial recognition software program to track people in real time and make sure they are wearing facemasks.


Summit News is reporting that the system will first be tested in Bucheon, on the outskirts of Seoul, in January before being extended to other areas of the country.

The scheme uses artificial intelligence and facial recognition software linked to the city’s 10,820 security cameras “to track the movements of active [Covid] cases and their close contacts, and to determine whether they wore a mask,” reports RT.




One official said the system was needed to reduce the workload on the team tasked with tracking COVID cases in the city by relying on information such as records of card purchases and cellphone location data.


“Using facial recognition technology will enable that analysis in an instant,” said Bucheon Mayor Jang Deog-cheon, adding that it reduces the burden on workers having to spend “hours analyzing a single [segment of] CCTV footage.”



Meanwhile, the world continues to move from "no jab no job" toward "no jab no food."

Several countries throughout Europe are now banning the unvaxxed from not only restaurants but also grocery stores. Other jurisdictions, such as New Brunswick, Canada, and now Queensland, Austrailia, are being sneakier about it. They are not exactly mandating stores and shops to ban the unvaxxed but they are encouraging them to do so.

Queensland Health Minister Yvette D’Ath said in a statement:

“In the coming days, the Government will issue the guidelines required for business and industry as our border reopens."

Effective December 17, citizens will be required to show vaccine passports to enter countless venues, including pubs, restaurants, museums and cinemas.

But that didn’t stop authorities from inviting all businesses to ban the unvaccinated.

Queensland's Small Business Minister Di Farmer, said:

“There will also be a range of other businesses who may make the choice just to only have their vaccinated staff and patrons using their business."

“Any business is able to make that decision," she said, "and a lot of them are actually thinking about that very seriously."

“[When Queensland opens up] you will need to be protected and businesses all over Queensland will be making that decision. If a person decides not to be vaccinated, then those are the things that they will take into consideration,” Farmer added.


The nation of Japan is adding a warning about heart inflammation to its Covid vaccine labels.

Japan health authorities approved a plan to print a list of “serious side effects,” including myocarditis, on COVID-19 vaccine labels. 

The decision was made earlier this month by a panel of experts from the Japanese health ministry and will apply to labels of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines. 

The Japanese health ministry also requires hospitals to carry out a detailed and strict reporting of any adverse events within 28 days following vaccination.  

Concerns have been raised in Japan about the risks of myocarditis in young men following injection with the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines, and experts there have warned that the vaccines pose a 7 times higher risk of death than the virus itself for people in their 20s.


Now, on a somewhat lighter note, this next story comes from Germany, where a court has ruled that a man working from home who slipped and fell while walking from his bed to his desk is entitled to make a worker's compensation accident claim.

The man, who is recuperating from a broken back, was technically "commuting" while traveling from one room to another, The Guardian reports.


Finally tonight, the Christian art world is mourning the loss of world-renowned art director, and designer of the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter, Patrick Marsh.

His organization, Answers in Genesis, announced that Marsh passed away on Dec. 2.

Marsh was the vice president of attractions for Answers in Genesis, the organization responsible for creating and operating the Ark Encounter attraction featuring a life-sized replica of Noah’s Ark, and the Creation Museum in northern Kentucky.

According to the organization, Marsh worked as a designer for more than 50 years with credits that include the field designs for the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, the unveiling of the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor in 1986, as well as both the “Jaws” and “King Kong” attractions at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

For the past 20 years, Marsh worked on the two biblical destination sites for the faith-based organization, the release said.

“Patrick’s fingerprints are all over the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter,” Ken Ham, AiG founder and CEO, said. “I have never worked with a more creative person. Calling him a ‘genius’ is not an overstatement. I will miss him dearly, not only as a colleague but as a friend.”

The organization said he was overseeing a complete redesign of the museum’s Palm Plaza section including a pro-life exhibit, at the time of his death.

Marsh was 77 years old.

From all of us at Worldview Report, good night.


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