RRNews 344: Parasites and Black Holes

Producers of RRNews 344:

Intro Song courtesy of Witness the Light Music

Danny – Medford, OR
Marja – Parts Unknown
Robert – Parts Unknown
Hugh – Parts Unknown
Khyle – Newton, MA
Autumn – Snoqualmie, WA
Bill – Sandpoint, ID
Daphne – Parts Unknown
Daphne – Parts Unknown
Penny – Mesa, AZ
Luke – Nevada, IA
Krissy – Manchester, NH
Nicholas – Grand Haven, MI


RRNews Telegram Group

They want to censor you so you have no free speech at all

One chemo alternative?

Our letter to the WEF:

Why Landing on the Moon is hard now

I opened up the can of worms (pun intended).

A fuel leak forces a US company to abandon its moon landing attempt

More delays for NASA’s astronaut moonshots, with crew landing off until 2026

Ray Epps, a target of Jan. 6 conspiracy theories, gets a year of probation for his Capitol riot role

Multiple Myeloma due to Camp LeJeune Water Contamination

JJ Couey’s Scathing Analysis of Bret Weinstein’s Trade Show Pitch of mRNA “Beautiful Technology”

In The Name Of Science: Nobel Prize Winning “Quantum Dots” Cause Irreversible Organ Toxicity To Living Organisms

what’s something that used to be awesome but now is terrible? i’ll start: portland, oregon

U.S. Attorney Suggests DOJ Will Expand Prosecution of J6 Protesters Who Did Not Enter Capitol

Scientists Destroy 99% of Cancer Cells in The Lab Using Vibrating Molecules


0:03:10 Cold Weather Chatter and Chiefs Game
0:06:43 Transitioning from 1099 to W2 Employment
0:10:16 Dr. Lee Merritt’s Advice on Parasite Elimination
0:19:00 Exploring a potential alternative treatment for cancer
0:22:41 Speculating on the hidden cure for cancer
0:27:34 Delivered package mishap and gratitude for help with gift
0:30:44 Theme of Davos: Rebuilding trust and lack of trust
0:33:51 Progression of vaccine skepticism and distrust
0:37:40 Unveiling the Sun’s Galactic Birthday
0:37:59 The Age of the Sun: A Fascinating Discovery
0:39:23 The Science Behind Black Holes
0:40:57 A Letter to the New World Order
0:44:51 The unsettling truth about selling your soul to commerce
0:48:15 Trump’s compromise: Letting the January 6th people rot in prison
0:51:55 The next wave of arrests for simply being present on January 6th
0:56:55 Discussion on Luke Rudkowski and Jason Bermas’s Journey
1:02:37 NASA’s mission to retrieve asteroid material and the involvement of Lockheed Martin
1:05:45 The challenges of landing on the moon today compared to the past
1:11:32 Protecting Kids from Inappropriate Content on YouTube
1:15:10 Controversy Surrounding Moonlander Launch with Human Remains
1:16:40 Adam Curry’s View on the Space Scam
1:18:13 The Paper Straw Debate in the Northwest
1:23:04 Anecdote: Contamination and Vaccines
1:27:22 Introduction to the issue of nanoplastics and their effects
1:30:58 Thanking donors and discussing podcast recognition
1:35:25 Reflecting on the podcast’s reach and street credibility
1:40:07 Donation Mix-Up and Special Number 451
1:43:42 Finally Found the Missing Email
1:45:42 The Challenge of Covering News During an Election Year
1:47:12 Polishing up Jimmy Dora’s routine on doing your own research
1:49:10 Big Pharma Propaganda and Anti-Intellectualism

AI Generated Show Notes:

In this part of the conversation, we delve into the potential drawbacks of paper straws, once hailed as an eco-friendly alternative to plastic straws. Recent research reveals that these seemingly sustainable options not only deteriorate quickly but also contain low levels of forever chemicals, known as PFAS, which take centuries to break down and contribute to pollution. It’s surprising to note that PFAS was found in almost all tested straw materials, with the exception of stainless steel. This discovery raises concerns about the environmental impact and potential health risks associated with these supposedly eco-friendly alternatives. We also touch upon Microsoft’s failed attempt to introduce biodegradable utensils, which disintegrated while eating soup, serving as a reminder to be skeptical about products labeled as “green.”

Shifting gears, we address a recent article discussing the amount of plastic ingested when consuming water from plastic bottles. New research suggests that previous estimates, which indicated ingesting the equivalent of a credit card’s worth of microscopic plastic particles each week, might have underestimated the actual extent. We explore the concerns surrounding nanoplastics infiltrating our bloodstream, as well as our food and waterway systems, carrying harmful toxins that pose health risks.

Expressing our gratitude, we acknowledge and thank listeners who have generously contributed to our podcast. We share a heartwarming anecdote about someone inquiring about our show and express our awe at how it has expanded into our own friend circle. Additionally, we reflect on our experiences as guests on other podcasts and fondly remember a late friend who affectionately referred to us by a different name on-air, cherishing his memory as a kind individual.

Moving forward, we highlight Santa Monica Bay’s scenic beauty while playfully remarking on its liberal population. We express gratitude towards donors such as Daphne, Robert, Hugh, Kyle, Autumn, Penny, and Chrissy, while giving special mention to Dave for his generous $451 donation. Apologizing for an oversight in addressing an email about censorship, we explain that we were unable to locate any other relevant emails from the last show apart from a donation from Marja. Furthermore, we acknowledge a movie recommendation from Caleb and apologize for not responding promptly.

Expressing heartfelt appreciation, we acknowledge the donation of bendazol from my wife and share a lighthearted fact about the spelling differences between boys and girls. Wishing everyone a fantastic year ahead, we express the challenges of producing a news-focused show during an election year and acknowledge the continued reliance on chemotherapy despite an intriguing story about cancer cell destruction utilizing near infrared light.

Shifting gears, we touch upon peculiar occurrences during COVID where people were discouraged from asking questions, emphasizing the importance of conducting research and staying informed. We transition the conversation to comedians, shining a spotlight on Jimmy Dory and discussing their artistic development, talent, reliance on timing, and revisiting of material in their acts. Informing our listeners that there won’t be a show next week, but possibly one in either January or February, we briefly mention travel plans and flight delays, sending well wishes to those affected by an ice storm while weaving in humorous remarks about parasites. We share an intriguing story about chickens evolving into a gateway for conspiracy theories and express our sincere appreciation to the listeners, promising to strive for greater consistency with the show. As we conclude, we offer a prayer and extend our deepest gratitude to the audience for tuning in.

RRNews 337: MRNA RIP

Pants as payment, strange audio issues, and is Alex Jones the next Taylor Swift? No one wants the MRNA “Vaccines” but not because they are chocked full of foreign DNA. And Andrew Returns as the internet’s #1 Copper Man!!!

Producers of RRNews 337:

Intro Song courtesy of Witness the Light Music

Danny – Medford, OR
Matty B – Australia
Reno – Texas


Nobody – but nobody – wants mRNA jabs anymore

@SenSchumer yesterday about the importance of getting vaccinated!

RFK Jr. comes out in favor of reparations, carving out lane to Biden’s left

‘Was Israel’s Military Ordered to ‘Stand Down’ Amid Hamas Attack? Charlie Kirk, Others Question Mainstream Narrative’ (American Faith News); if so, this has serious implications

Free Reiner Fuellmich!

The “died suddenly” vax vs. unvaxxed statistics tell you everything you need to know

MRNA is on a Major Losing Streak

ummm……. why are my tax dollars going towards bombing Christian hospitals in the middle east?

Dr. Peter Hotez Receives Inaugural IDSA Anthony Fauci Courage in Leadership Award | Texas Children’s Hospital


Yesterday I announced my exit from the Democratic Party to run as an independent candidate for President. Here is what that means:


0:03:55 A Canceled Water System and an Apology
0:05:07 Sizing confusion and shopping spree
0:07:19 A Surprising Encounter with a Generous Stranger
0:08:43 A Hot Room and the Need for Fresh Air
0:12:27 Clean Feed and Skype – Different Platforms for Podcasting
0:16:04 Comparing Postmodern Entertainment with Burmese Renditions
0:23:47 Speculation about hidden knowledge at the CIA
0:27:05 Decline in demand for mRNA vaccines and financial impact
0:28:50 Travis Kelsey’s questionable actions and vaccine endorsement
0:31:53 Questioning the need for flu shots
0:35:52 Anthrax vaccine licensing and requirements for deployment
0:39:11 Arrest and Confinement of the Scientist
0:42:48 Mysterious Deaths and Vaccine Statistics
0:46:15 Strange DNA in Vaccines and Genetic Manipulation Concerns
0:51:39 Concerns over Border Security and Potential Terrorist Threats
1:00:09 Introducing a new girl to family; military memories shared.
1:00:42 Introduction to Charlie Kirk’s Conspiracy Theories
1:04:17 Speculations and Forbes Article on Conspiracy Theories
1:07:13 The Israel 9-11 Conspiracy Theory
1:10:01 Daniel or Ganser: Exposing the American Empire
1:14:04 Thanking People and Playing a Random Twitter Health Video
1:19:28 Appreciating the Generous Donors

AI Generated Show Notes:

In this episode, my co-host Andrew Hoffman and I cover a wide range of topics. We begin by discussing the Oklahoma weather and share an amusing story about Andrew receiving payment in the form of pants. A kind customer gave Andrew two pairs of high-quality khaki pants, two dress shirts, and a sweater, which leads us to talk about the brand Bill’s Khakis and its unique material.

We then address some audio issues raised by our listeners and speculate on the potential causes, such as computer updates and software infiltration. We also compare our experiences with those of other podcasters who have faced similar challenges. As a lighthearted aside, we joke about James Corbett using Skype for his podcast.

Shifting gears, we bring up a popular YouTube channel featuring Alex Jones singing various songs, including a Taylor Swift track. While we acknowledge it as a postmodern form of entertainment, we both agree that previous renditions were better. We have a playful moment when Andrew admits to being unfamiliar with the song, and I confess my inability to name six words from a Taylor Swift track.

Next, we delve into recent developments surrounding mRNA vaccines and the declining demand for boosters. We mention an accidental tweet by Mandy Cohen, the director of the CDC, revealing the low uptake of the mRNA Omicron booster. This, in turn, leads to a decrease in demand and financial consequences for Pfizer. We express skepticism about the potentially misleading nature of clinical trial results and the decreasing effectiveness of vaccine commercials.

From there, we venture into a discussion about the presence of foreign DNA in some vaccine vials and the potential health implications. This segues into a conversation about transgender individuals and the injection of DNA from someone of the opposite sex.

Our skepticism extends to the medical community’s understanding of genetic manipulation and the potential risks involved. We touch on the waning popularity of mRNA vaccines and speculate that other events like a nuclear incident or a large bomb detonation may overshadow the ongoing COVID pandemic.

The topic then shifts to the border situation, where we entertain the idea of deception leading to a terror attack. We question the legitimacy of an individual’s arrest regarding financial fraud and ponder possible ulterior motives. We also mention the shutdown of platforms such as Neva and the reorganization of articles in Instapaper.

Moving on, we discuss the tension in Israel and the conspiracy theories surrounding the knowledge of coordinated attacks by the Israeli government. We note Charlie Kirk’s role in spreading these theories and Forbes’ response to a YouTube podcast on the matter.

Throughout the episode, we touch on various subjects, including Tsarnaev, John Hinckley, and James Corbett. We also share podcasts we’ve been listening to, exchange music preferences, and briefly touch on the topic of the Earth’s shape. We play a clip about the thyroid and express our gratitude to our listeners and donors.

Furthermore, we delve into the lesser-known fact about the thyroid gland and challenge the diagnosis of hypothyroidism when the thyroid only produces 20% of a specific hormone called T3. We highlight the importance of B vitamins in supporting the conversion of T4 to T3 and the restoration of thyroid function. Additionally, we briefly mention the significance of B12 and niacin and share views from a copper advocate on B vitamins.

In closing, we express our gratitude to our listeners and send well wishes. We end the episode with a verse of the day and discuss the practice of starting the day on our knees. I extend my thanks to Andrew for joining me, and we both express our appreciation to everyone who has tuned in.

RRNews 333: Disaster Prepping with Free Refills ($4)

How did Maui Police Chief John Pelletier, become the Chief in the first place? Inflation continues to ravage the middle class. And the media is after Russell Brand, Tim Ballard and Dave Portnoy, but why?

Producers of RRNews 333:

Intro Song courtesy of Witness the Light Music

Show Artwork: Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Danny – Medford, OR
Reno – TX
Anonymous – Parts Unknown
Luke – Nevada, IA


RRNews Telegram Group

OnThePrairieCrochet – Etsy

How I survived a year of SHTF in 90s Bosnia

Joe Allen: Dark Aeon, Transhumanism, & Idiocracy Run by Algorithms!

How Sam Bankman-Fried’s Elite Parents Enabled His Crypto Empire

Baby Who Died 34 Hours After Vaccines Had Toxic Level of Aluminum in His Blood, Report Confirms

Local man describes F-35 crash.

Biden’s team tells nervous Dems: Just chill

Scientist That ‘Lived On Mars’ For A Year Shares The Obstacle NASA Hasn’t Considered

Space drugs factory denied reentry to Earth

AI Generated Show Notes:

In this part of the conversation, we discuss the recent controversy surrounding the pay raise given to Maui Police Chief John Pelletier. We express our support for community members and organizations who have raised concerns about the pay raise and question the decision-making process of the Maui Police Commission. We highlight the impact of the controversy on the morale of police officers and emphasize the need to prioritize cultural harmony within the department. We call on the Commission to reconsider the pay raise in light of these issues and express our disbelief at the actions taken.

Moving on, we delve into the recent amendment made to a statute in order to bring in a new co-captain deputy chief. We analyze the sudden death of a highly respected member of our department and raise suspicions about the circumstances surrounding it. We express concern over the selection of an outsider for a higher position and question their qualifications and impact on morale. We mention a recent episode from another podcast that sheds light on similar cases of injustice and emphasize the importance of relying on support systems.

Transitioning, we take a moment to thank our listeners for their continuous support. We mention various ways they can contribute to the show, including sharing episodes with friends and family, leaving reviews, and engaging with us on social media. We also take the opportunity to promote the host’s wife’s Etsy store as a way to support the podcast.

Shifting gears, we discuss a clip featuring Dave Portnoy, the founder of Barstool Sports, and his confrontation with a journalist from The Washington Post. We analyze the journalist’s approach and express frustration with their negative portrayal of Portnoy. We highlight the need for fair and unbiased reporting.

Finally, we express our gratitude to the donors and supporters of the show, mentioning their names and contributions. We acknowledge their role in helping us continue to deliver quality content.

RRNews 331: Happy Labor Day Comrade!

How much power and accountability do the 545 leaders in our country have? Would the general population act differently in their positions? Psychopathy rules Washington DC. They found a mass on the moon! Detroit has a crumbling infrastructure, but so does the entire airline industry. Lastly let’s walk in a manner that pleases God.

Producers of RRNews 331:

Danny – Medford, OR
Brian – Parts Unknown
Robert – Parts Unknown
Suzanne – Southern CA The Armpit of the West
Khyle – Newton, MA
Autumn – Snoqualmie, WA
Anonymous – Parts Unknown
Krissy – Manchester, NH
David – Calgary Alberta


RRNews Telegram Group

Some Pfizer Vaccines Were Contaminated — What Does That Mean for Millions Who Got the Jab?

‘A Fauci Clone’: New NIAID Director Oversaw Remdesivir Trials, Has Ties to Biosafety Lab Research

Meat Allergies: Yes, It’s Ticks

Moderna has a new product!

Bud Light Welcomes New Investor Bill Gates With Limited Edition Jeffrey Epstein Cans

Edmond doctors noticing more ‘back to school bugs’ than normal

Powell’s employees go on labor strike for first time in 20 years

The Giant Science Lie that Underpins the Entire Collectivist Net Zero Political Project – The Daily Sceptic

40% of Apparent Global Warming Since 1850 is Due to Urban Heat Corruptions, Major Study Finds – The Daily Sceptic

The lasting damage ‘forever chemicals’ could do to American companies

Invisible danger: TV6 Investigates looks at dangerous ‘forever chemicals’ in cities water supplies

Astronomers discover “deep structure” under Moon’s largest crater


Vaccine Thought Process
Teaching Kids Why
Greg Reese DEWs
545 People
1 Thessalonians 4
Moderna has a new product!

AI Generated Show Notes:

In this part of the conversation, we delve into a discussion about the power and accountability of the 545 individuals who have the responsibility to lead the country. We express frustration with how these decision-makers impact the lives of millions of people. Debating whether the general population would act differently if placed in the same position, we share differing viewpoints. I suggest that those in power may possess a higher tendency towards psychopathy. We both agree that a system of random selection for leaders could be more favorable for the country. Furthermore, we acknowledge the influence of other powerful individuals, such as billionaires, who may not be part of the 545. Reflecting on the flaws of hierarchical political systems, our conversation shifts to a discussion about the apostles’ expectations of political power during Jesus’ time. I draw parallels between their desire for a literal return to power and the present-day political landscape. This leads us to mention Peter’s involvement in a group with aggressive beliefs and his subsequent denial of Jesus, prompting a comparison to a recent Chris White podcast.

As we reach the midpoint of our 18-minute podcast episode (contrary to our initial belief of it being 20 minutes), we focus on the topic for this episode – David Burkhart and his books. My co-host shares having read several of his books and offers to lend them to interested listeners. We highlight the importance of studying the beliefs of early Christians and its relevance to modern-day Christianity. Expressing criticism towards the merging of Catholicism and New Age practices within the emergent church movement, we transition to the donation segment. Taking a moment to acknowledge our listeners in Australia and the growing number of people joining our Telegram group, we express gratitude to our friends Matty B and Will for their contributions. Lightening the mood, we mention some inside jokes and tease the second half of the show, where we plan to share travel stories.

Discussing the listener-supported nature of our show, we outline various ways that listeners can contribute either financially or through volunteering. Expressing appreciation for recent donations, we individually thank the contributors. We ponder the possibility of adding Venmo as a donation option, recognizing that even though we occasionally request donations, we can’t criticize others who do the same. We dabble in the trend of people asking for Venmo donations on their birthdays and amusingly highlight different approaches in soliciting money. Casually, we make a joke about creating a financing option for individuals to borrow and give money to us, though we concede such an endeavor would be more suited for a main job than a side hustle.

Moving on to our travel stories, I recount my experience of attempting to return home during a storm and encountering flooding at the airport. Determined, I recount traversing the flooded tunnel at the airport despite the risks and eventually making it to my flight. My co-host then shares their own travel woes, leading us to discuss the frustrations passengers face in the airline industry. We touch on the irrational anger directed towards airline employees and the detrimental effects of social media addiction on professional athletes. Briefly mentioning the Bible verse of the day, we encourage listeners to walk in a manner that pleases God. As we wrap up the episode, we reflect on biblical teachings of brotherly love and the significance of working diligently. Considering whether to conclude the show or discuss an unrelated topic, we express gratitude to our listeners for tuning in.

RRNews 329: Rich Men and Their DEWs

In this episode, we discuss the intriguing factors at play in Hawaii, including billionaire interest in real estate, resistance from locals, green energy initiatives, Tesla’s involvement, 99-year leases, conspiracy theories, and the power of social media propaganda. We also touch on gun ownership, different cities, and personal experiences. As we wrap up, we share gratitude for our donors and well wishes for our listeners.

Producers of RRNews 329:

Intro Song courtesy of Witness the Light Music

Danny – Medford, OR
Bill – Parts Unknown
Suzanne – Southern CA The Armpit of the West
Anonymous – Parts Unknown


RRNews Telegram Group

Oliver Anthony – Rich Men North Of Richmond

All suspicions have been confirmed about Maui. They did this on purpose.

Shelby Thomson Interview – Locals Convinced Maui Fires Not Accident As Evidence Suggests Foul Play

Were Directed Energy Weapons Used In Maui? Let’s Look At What We Can Prove…

Biden, on the second anniversary of his botched Afghanistan withdrawal: “Name me a single objective we’ve ever set out to accomplish that we’ve failed on! Name me one!”

23 | Book of Isaiah | Read by Alexander Scourby

Country song ‘Rich Men North of Richmond’ bashing DC elites becomes overnight sensation

Alabama high school basketball star Caleb White dies at 17 following medical emergency during workout

AI Generated Show Notes:

In this episode, we delve into the intriguing factors at play in Hawaii that might shed light on the current situation. We touch on the undeniable interest of billionaires in acquiring prime real estate, which is met with obstacles due to historic landmarks and resistance from locals. It raises suspicions when real estate agents approach those who have lost their houses in the fire. Moreover, Hawaii’s governor has embraced a stance opposite to Donald Trump, emphasizing green energy and proudly declaring the state as the greenest. We also bring Tesla into the mix, given their involvement in ambitious large-scale battery projects on the island.

But there’s more to the story. The existence of 99-year leases on properties in Maui comes into focus as a contributing factor to the situation. This rule applies even to the military, suggesting a long history of significant control and influence in the Hawaiian islands, although the exact timeline of Hawaii becoming a state and the establishment of military bases remains uncertain.

Moving on, our discussion takes an introspective turn as we express our affection for a cherished place impacted by the growing presence of luxury stores and rising living costs. We dive into a conspiracy theory alleging that prominent figures like Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg are snatching up properties while pondering the possibility of directed energy weapons being used to spark the fires in the area. Negligence and intentional actions during emergencies, as well as the behavior of first responders, come under scrutiny.

The power of propaganda and disinformation on social media cannot be ignored, a subject that resonates strongly in today’s age. We take a moment to thank our generous podcast donors and share heartwarming emails from our listeners. To add another layer to the conversation, we feature a compelling clip from Jimmy Dore discussing the challenge some individuals face in processing new information in the face of public opinion.

Our dialogue spans wide-ranging topics, including gun ownership, different cities, and personal experiences. As we approach the end of our segment, we pause to send prayers and well wishes to our listeners, while also expressing our hopes for the continued success of the show.