Worldview Report Transcript For December 9, 2021

Tonight, in our lead story, we ask the question: Is the U.S. healthcare system on the verge of collapse?

Even before the onset of Covid and the firing of qualified, hard-working nurses who refused the jab, many hospitals and clinics were experiencing a critical shortage of nursing staff. Doctors were also in short supply in many rural areas.

But now, hospitals are firing staff for refusing the shots, cause many hospitals to cut back on services and some, such as the Mount Sinai South Nassau hospital on Long Island, have closed down entire trauma units.

Hospitals and nursing homes around the U.S. are now bracing for worsening staff shortages as state deadlines arrive for health care workers to get injected with a so-called "vaccine" against COVID-19.

Even the liberal NPR is reporting that with ultimatums taking effect this week in states including New YorkCalifornia, Rhode Island and Connecticut, the fear is that some employees will quit or let themselves be fired or suspended rather than get the shots.


“How this is going to play out, we don’t know," said California Hospital Association spokeswoman Jan Emerson-Shea, adding that the organization “absolutely” supports the state’s vaccination mandate.


"We are concerned about how it will exacerbate an already quite serious staffing problem," she told NPR.


The New York Times recently reported the story of Cyndy O’Brien, an emergency room nurse at Ocean Springs Hospital on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi.


O'Brien, according to the Times, could not believe her eyes as she arrived for work:


There were people sprawled out in their cars gasping for air as three ambulances with gravely ill patients idled in the parking lot. Just inside the front doors, a crush of anxious people jostled to get the attention of an overwhelmed triage nurse.


“It’s like a war zone,” said O’Brien, the patient care coordinator at Singing River, a small hospital near the Alabama border that includes Ocean Springs. “We are just barraged with patients and have nowhere to put them.”

And yet, the chronic logjams at this hospital have nothing to do with a shortage of beds.

Nearly 30 percent of Singing River’s 500 beds are empty. The problem is that with 169 unfilled nursing positions, the hospital doesn't have enough staff to cover all of the hospital beds.

Hospital administrators who fire nurses and then complain about shortages must be held accountable by the local communities they are supposed to serve.


Our next story illustrates just how far lawmakers are willing to go in certain blue states to restrict the lawful use of a firearm by a law-abiding citizen.

In this case, we're talking about New Jersey and Senate Bill 3757, which is scheduled to be debated in the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee on Thursday, December 9th, at 1 p.m.

According to the pro-Second Amendment website, Ammoland, the so-called gun “safe storage” bill eviscerates the right to self-defense inside the home as explicitly recognized as by the U.S. Supreme Court in the Heller case.

The proposed law would require all legal owners of a firearm to:

  1. store or secure a firearm that is not in use at a premises under the owner’s control, unloaded, in a gun safe or securely locked box or container; and
  2. store ammunition, separately, in a securely locked box or container.

The law does NOT apply to unlawful owners of firearms, specifically prohibited persons, including but not limited to, convicted felons, terrorists, drug dealers, domestic abusers, or those committed for a mental disorder.

The phrase “not in use” is not defined. Unless you are actually shooting a gun, it would arguably not be “in use.” It might potentially be of use at some time in the future, but until you are using it, it’s not “in use” so it has to stay locked up.

All ammunition must be permanently stored in a separate securely locked box or container. There is no “use” exception for ammunition!

So, in an emergency, you will need to:

  • (1) get to your safe or lockbox,
  • (2) unlock it,
  • (3) retrieve your firearm,
  • (4) get to your other separate lockbox,
  • (5) retrieve your ammunition (apparently unlawfully),
  • (6) load your magazine or cylinder.
  • (7) insert your magazine and rack your slide or close the cylinder, and then
  • (8) only you may use your firearm to defend yourself and your family if you are still even alive.

There is no exception for gun shops, gun dealers, gunsmiths, or target ranges to display unloaded firearms. A dealer’s entire inventory must be kept “…unloaded, in a gun safe or securely locked box or container.” 

Displaying a gun for rent or purchase would now be illegal in New Jersey if this bill gets passed.

Not to mention, how could ammunition be purchased, when it too must stay locked up at all times?

Every gun and every round of ammunition at every dealer or range whether for sale or rent must be in a locked container.

Not only are all honest gun owners prohibited from having an accessible self-defense gun readily available, but you cannot even have a loaded gun in a locked box or gun safe. It doesn’t matter if you live alone at home with no children or anyone else in your household.

You are prohibited from having a loaded gun in your home, period!

Loaded guns at one’s place of business, farm, ranch, or any other “premises” under the owner’s control are also strictly prohibited.

If this bill sees the light of day it's going to be lights out for the Second Amendment in New Jersey, and you can bet that other blue state governors and lawmakers will be watching closely to see if they too can get away with negating the right to bear arms.


In breaking news out of Minnesota this evening, a Black Lives Matter activist has been charged with harassing the presiding judge in the high-profile trial of the police officer who shot Daunte Wright.

Kimberly Potter, who was an officer with the police department in Brooklyn Center, Minnestoa, shot Wright to death in April during a traffic stop.

Potter has said she meant to use a Taser on Wright, but instead she fired her service weapon, killing him. She faces charges of first-degree manslaughter and second-degree manslaughter.

According to a report by World Net Daily, Judge Regina Chu initially refused to allow cameras in her courtroom but later changed her mind.

Cortez Rice, 32, was arrested in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and is awaiting extradition to Minnesota to answer for his actions on Nov. 6, according to KSTP-TV. Police took Rice into custody after they realized he had an active warrant during a traffic stop.

On the date, Rice is accused of going to the condo where the judge lived. He can be seen in the below video at the condo bragging about his intimidation tactics. Be forewarned, the video contains profanity.



On December 7th, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case urging the court to reject a smart meter mandate promoted by the state’s Public Utility Commission and a local utility by the name of PECO.

Children's Health Defense filed an amicus brief and was one of 80 organizations, 57 Doctors, and 19 Scientists to weigh in on the side of the freedom to choose whether or not your home gets outfitted with a wireless smart meter.


This case is important not only for Pennsylvania residents, but also because it may have implications on a national scale, states the Children's Health Defense, which is headed by attorney Robert F. Kennedy Jr.


“Smart” utility meters have been deployed in the U.S. for at least the last 10 years, replacing the older analog meters that were used to measure electric use for decades. Smart meters contain transmitting antennas that continuously communicate a household's electric usage to the utility company, via wireless technology.


Since the beginning of their deployment, smart meters have been shown to be a major cause of sickness, and activist groups nationwide have fought their forced installation.


Utility companies and state public utility commissions claim these meters are safe as they comply with federal FCC safety regulations. Nevertheless, some companies allow consumers to opt out of the smart meter technology.

This is definitely a case worth watching.


In overseas news, The National Pulse is reporting that professors at Sweden’s Lund University are facing criminal prosecution from the country’s Ministry of Education for alleged ethics violations.

And exactly what did these professors do wrong?

They made the mistake of publishing illegal research that showed most rapes in Sweden are committed by migrants from the Islamic world.

Professor Kristina Sundquist and her colleagues are under investigation by the Board of Appeal for Ethical Review, a body that reports directly to the Swedish Ministry of Education, over whether or not they had “ethical license” to handle “sensitive data.”

The data in question relates to the identities of rapists in Sweden, which culminated in the paper “Swedish Rape Offenders — A Latent Class Analysis.

The published results reveal that immigrants are disproportionately overrepresented in rape cases and commit the vast majority of sexual violence, though the authors did not originally set out to find a link between migrants and rape.

“Immigrants were just a variable, and it turned out to be quite a remarkable discovery as there were many immigrants and foreign-born people in this group,” said Professor Sundquist.

In light of these findings, the Swedish Ministry of Education launched an investigation into whether or not the professor had “ethical permission” to “test the hypothesis if immigrants are overrepresented in statistics on convicted rapists.”

Professor Ardavan Khoshnood, co-author of the paper, responded by calling the prosecution a “shame,” adding that he and his colleagues – including an immigrant co-author – are accused of “conducting and publishing illegal research.”


According to new U.S. Census figures, the number of U.S. households with the traditional nuclear family of a married couple with children has plummeted to its lowest point in over 50 years. 

The Census Bureau's count showed that only 17.8 percent of America's 130 million households featured married parents with children under the age of 18, the Daily Mail reports.

That's only down from 18.6 percent from last year but down much more significantly from over 40 percent in 1970.

There are currently just 23.1 million American homes with those 'nuclear families,' which is the fewest since 1959, when the U.S. had a much smaller overall population.

The reasons given for the drop include the pandemic delaying marriage and a continued decline in birth rates. 

Lauren Witzke, a podcaster and former 2020 Republican nominee for the US Senate, posted to her Gab account that these shocking numbers would make any communist revolutionary proud.

"The Bolshevik Regime knew that a nation built on the foundation of strong families could not be conquered, that’s why they feminized men, radicalized women, and incentivized the breakdown of the nuclear family, first.



Evidence continues to mount that Australia's new Covid quarantine camps are indeed being run like prisons, not the five-star luxury hotels that the Australian government claims.

An Australian woman who never tested positive for COVID was detained for 14 days in Howard Springs, an Australian quarantine facility.


According to Freddie Sayers, journalist at UnHerd, Australia has become a “case study for what happens when a country will do anything to keep COVID numbers low.”

Sayers interviewed Hayley Hodgson, 26, who was recently released from her detention at Howard Springs.


Hodgson told Sayers that police tracked down everyone who came in contact with a friend of hers who tested positive for COVID. They captured Hodgson’s license plate using traffic cameras, and sent two undercover officers to her door, reports Children's Health Defense.

Police didn’t give Hodgson the option to test for COVID, but instead forced her into the camp under the threat of a $5,000 fine. She ultimately tested negative three times, but was still detained for the 14-day period.


ZeroHedge is reporting that computer giant Apple has signed a secret $275 billion deal with the Chinese communist government.

Investors and journalists have been openly questioning whether Apple CEO Tim Cook, once praised for his deep-rooted connections within the Chinese Communist Party, has allowed his relationships in China to sour as the US has stepped up criticisms over human rights, including the horrific treatment of the Uygher Muslims and threats against Taiwan. These ties have grown intensely controversial, drawing criticism from lawmakers, NBA star Enis Kanter and even the company's own employees.

And just as the SEC prepares to boot dozens of Chinese companies off of US stock exchanges for refusing to comply with US audit standards (something the CCP has expressly forbidden), reporters with the Information have just published a bombshell: At some point in the not-too-distant past, Cook struck a $275 billion deal with the Chinese government while facing pressure from the CCP.

The deal emerged after a series of meetings between Cook and Chinese officials back in 2016.

China is Apple's second-biggest market after the US, and has long been targeted as a critical market for growth. Apple's iPhones have seen growing popularity despite rising tensions with the US. This year, Apple became the second-biggest smartphone maker in China.

The deal, which was forged over the span of years, represents a five-year plan, according to documents from inside Apple that have been seen by the Information. Whether talks on another five-year plan are in the works isn't yet clear.

The fact that Apple never disclosed this deal to the US – it's only just now being publicized – will likely trigger an angry response from lawmakers, who are bound to  question Apple's loyalty to the US, along with whether it prioritized profits and growth over respecting human rights.


We have some good news to report this evening from Congress.

After initially reporting that Congress had achieve "bipartisan support" for including women in any potential military draft, Politico had to report a, quote, "stunning turnaround" on that issue.

Congressional leaders on the House and Senate Armed Services Committees on Monday deleted the controversial provision from the National Defense Authorization Act that would force women to be drafted into the military. The about-face came after extensive pressure from multiple Republican lawmakers.

You can see here how Congressman Chip Roy of Texas felt about forcing people's daughters to serve on the front lines of a war.


Senators Mike Lee of Utah and Josh Hawley of Missouri also went public with their opposition to the measure.



Well, it's never anything but sad to report on someone's death, but at the same time it's difficult to escape the overwhelming sense of irony in the case of Washington Post editorial-page editor Fred Hiatt.

Mr. Hiatt was a vociferous proponent of mandatory Covid vaccines and was fond of mocking and ridiculing anyone who argued that mandated medical treatments of any kind violated the most basic principles of a free society.

We share with you just a few of his many tweets lampooning the likes of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and others who support individual choice, personal autonomy and bodily integrity and stand against totalitarian medical mandates.


Hiatt, who we can only presume followed his own advice and got injected, died Monday of cardiac arrest at the age of 66. We are sad for his family. He should have listened to those whom he chastised. If he had done that, rather than promote the medical tyranny of globalist elites pushing experimental gene therapies as, quote, "life saving vaccines," he would no doubt be alive and with his family today.

May you rest in peace, Fred Hiatt.


Now, another sad story of a super-fit professional athlete dropping dead at a young age. It has not been confirmed that 32-year-old Serbian basketball player Stevan Jelovac was injected with the Covid vaccine, but it is known that in order to play in the European basketball leagues, almost all of the players have been vaccinated.

With that, Jelovac becomes the latest sad statistic.

Sportworld News is reporting that Jelovac passed away December 6 as a result of a stroke he suffered three weeks earlier while training in Greece. The news was officially confirmed by his team, the Athens club, or AEK.


"Our fighter, our brother, Stevan, became an angel. He flew to heaven," reads the Athenian club's website. Jelovac arrived at AEK this summer after a season spent in Japan.

He was not selected in the NBA draft in 2011 but in 2016 he played in the summer league for the Dallas Mavericks. In the 2013-2014 season he played in the Euroleague and then played for three years in Spain.

He made his debut for the Serbian national team at the age of 28 and played a notable role in the team's qualifications for the 2019 World Cup

He suffered the stroke on November 14 while in the treatment room and riding an exercise bike.

Over the last six months, it's been documented that at least 100 young, super-fit athletes have either died or suffered debilitating injuries from strokes and heart attacks, most of them in Europe and North America.

No mainstream media outlet has attempted to connect the dots or get answers as to why these deaths and injuries continue to occur. That's not surprising, since the one common denominator among almost all of these tragic outcomes would almost certainly be that these athletes all received the Covid injection. That would disrupt the mass-media narrative about how "safe and effective" the shots have been.

Until tomorrow, we sign off and say good night, from the Worldview Report with Brannon Howse.


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