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And now here's your host, Steve Noble. Good afternoon. Welcome back. Thank you for being here. I hope you're doing well despite all the dark and difficult things going on in our nation.

But let's all remember that we hopefully you are the adopted son or daughter of the God of the Bible, the God of hope, the God of promise, the God of a future. And so we struggle through these things going on in our nation and around the world. But remember, hopefully your house is built on the rock and not the sand, which makes these times a little easier to endure as our nation struggles through these issues. And these are important issues when we talk about what's going on in Nashville and some of the other things I'm talking about today. And I would say that we should be involved, not the least of which praying in general for the nation that we live in and I would say are blessed to live in, but to do what we can. In the meantime, at the time that the Lord has given any of us here on earth to be a positive influence, to be salt and light, to work for the good of the city, the land in which you live, as we learn in Ezekiel, salt and light, of course, from the Sermon on the Mount and into disciple and to reach the loss. We have a lot of work to do. And our job is faithfulness. God takes care of fruitfulness.

So but apathy for any of us simply isn't an option to just kind of sit there and bemoan things and complain about things. We have to engage, not the least of which is in prayer, which we did on Monday. And I appreciate those of you that called in.

So I want to go through several things today. But if you would like a chance to call in and just share your reactions, your thoughts, where you're at with respect to our nation and this issue and what happened with the Nashville shooting on Monday. The manifesto hasn't been released yet. I hope it will be. I think that's something that the public and the nation needs to wrestle through to see what kind of thinking was going on in this very darkened, obviously mentally disturbed young girl and who would do this. And I think we need to be come face to face with that. I don't think we need to hide from that.

I don't think that's good for the culture in general. So hopefully that'll come out and we'll have a chance to work through that and talk about it. But if you want to call in and just share your thoughts on it.

I have other stories that I want to talk about. I want to talk about Joe Biden and how he's been handling this the last couple of days. And a little bit about presidential primary politics. Really strongly worded tweet from our friend Steve Dace and some notes on that with respect to Trump and DeSantis. And, you know, we're way early in that.

But this is going to be one of the biggest stories in the next year and a half is the battle for the White House. And so we'll do that and some other things. But if you want to call in and share, if you have something that the Lord's just kind of got on your heart or on your mind with respect in Nashville for Monday. As long as you're respectful and decent about it, you can talk about the transgender movement.

You can talk about the evil and all of that. I just posted a picture on Facebook earlier, not that long ago, on both my personal page and the radio page on Facebook under the Steve Noble Show or just Steve Noble. That picture that they blacked out a little bit of this little girl's face. She's in a doctor's office. This is posted on looks like a tweet or something for parents of transgender kids.

Maybe it's Instagram. Here was the post. Yesterday was a big day for my beautiful daughter, MTF.

What is that? Male to female? She got her hormone blocker.

We are all super stoked. Three exclamation points. And this little kid, which if it's male to female. So this is a little boy and they've grown his hair out. So it's down below his shoulders, mid back and kind of colored pinkish wise and wearing a pink shirt and blue denim shorts.

But sitting next to the table and laying on the table in the doctor's office. And this little boy got a hormone blocker. He looks like he's maybe eight or nine or 10 at the most. Right, Josh, would you say?

I'd say eight or nine. And there's people out there, there's parents out there. This is child abuse. This is demonic.

This is evil. And you shouldn't be afraid to say that publicly. Now, if you're talking to somebody that's got a transgendered son or daughter, they're struggling with that issue. Grandson, granddaughter, anything where it's really personal, then, you know, be gentle and be careful with the words that you choose.

But just in general, talking about this and you see something like this, I showed my friends here on Facebook Live and Rumble the picture. I mean, you should be disgusted. You should be outraged. This is child abuse and it is demonic. OK, and it's the parent taking the you think this eight year old boy knows what he's dealing with here.

He doesn't. Yet this this picture is taken in a place where the doctor, the parents willing to do that to their kids. So they're turning their kid into a lab rat in order to somehow project onto them. They're a screwed up world view in their in their virtue signaling by sticking hormone blockers in their son, who's probably eight or nine. So the parent, you're going to be judged for that. The doctor, you're definitely going to be judged for that. And if you're in a community, in a state that allows that or a nation that allows that, you're going to be judged for that.

This is child abuse and it's demonic and it's evil. And we need to do everything we can to push back against it. Which is one, if you can use the word positive result of what happened on Monday, is that this is forcing more of the conversation.

And that needs to happen because you can't sit idly by while children are being abused by their parents in the medical community. So there's that. But but what about our president?

What about how he's handling it? So we're going to come up on the break here pretty quick. So I'm not going to do this right now.

We'll do it on the other side of the break. I'm going to play a video. He was having an event at the White House on Monday, some small business thing or something. There were some kids there in a large crowd. It looked like it was in the East Room of the White House. So this is going to be his first opportunity to speak publicly about the killing on Monday. This has happened Monday afternoon at the White House. This will be his first opportunity to speak publicly about it. And have you seen this?

Did you see how he handled it? So he comes out to a full room. OK. And I'm going to play for you the video, the audio. If you're just on radio or streaming online, you'll hear it. And I just want you to listen. And then I'll have some comments on that.

And then I think it was yesterday. Outside of the White House, he's heading out to the helicopter instead of going to Nashville to go comfort these grieving families, which I think he should do because the nature of this shooting with these three nine year olds at a small Christian school, any school. I don't think he should be heading to his vacation place to drive his Corvette. I think he should be heading to Nashville, but he's not.

So on the way out to the helicopter, he was asked a question about Nashville. And I want to talk about that as well. I think there's a combination here of him being checked out mentally because I think he's losing his marbles as an old man. And him just being, well, a terrible person.

I think he's just a terrible person and I think he has been for a long time. So we'll talk about that. A couple other stories. I got a lot of other things I want to talk about with respect to the state of our nation and our need to pray, as always. We'll be right back.

Welcome back at Steve Noble, The Steve Noble Show. Great to be with you. Thank you so much for your time to be here for these conversations. Hopefully you're with me most days than not. But if you miss if you miss the show, which is normal, most of us don't live based on live programming anymore.

We get what we want when we want it. Right. So if you want to do the podcast version, you can do that. Basically, all the big podcast platforms, Apple, Google, Spotify, I Heart Radio, you can find us there under The Steve Noble Show. So you can always find the most recent shows and even going back into the archives a bit. Or if you want the video version, which includes on radio and the podcast, there's commercial breaks, but not here on Facebook Live or on Rumble. So during the commercial break, so I continue to have a conversation with my friends there. So if you want to get a little bit more of that, a little bit more of a behind the scenes feel for it. It's a little more personal there because I'm looking in the camera at you and you're here in the studio with me.

So that's just under The Steve Noble Show on Facebook or on Rumble. So you can do it that way as well. OK. You know how I've been reacting to Monday. I'm sure most of you have been reacting in a very similar way.

How has the president of the United States, number one, chosen to react and number two, in many ways, because of his obvious growing senility, incapable of reacting? What I would say is normally. So you got those things in there. So on Monday, just to set this up and then Josh will play this on Monday, it's going to be Monday early afternoon. He's got an event there at the White House pre-planned. There's a lot of people there at the East Room.

It looks like it's totally full. So he's going to come down and speak to these people anyway. But this will be the first time that he has an opportunity that day on the heels of the tragedy in Nashville to say something about it. So how does he handle that when he comes into the room and he's got a big room and there's some kids in there?

So he's got to be, you know, a little sensitive there. But this is going to be his first chance to speak publicly on that tragedy for Monday. And you ready to go, Josh? Here's how our president handled it. OK, let's play this.

So they're they're getting ready for him to come in and this is what happens. Turn it up a little. My name is Joe Biden. I'm Dr. Joe Biden's husband. And I eat Chinese ice cream, chocolate chip. I came down because I heard there was chocolate chip ice cream.

By the way, I have a whole refrigerator full upstairs. I think I'm kidding. I'm not. Ben, how are you, pal? One of the best guys in the United States Congress, Ben Cardin. Folks, welcome to the White House. It's so late to have you all here.

And who are those good looking kids back here? All right. Let's just stop it there. OK, he goes over two minutes. Before he says a word about Nashville. So he. Nashville's all over the news.

The vast majority of Americans by early afternoon on Monday know about this horrific tragedy. It's the president of the United States. It's his first time out in public that day. And he opens with a joke about his wife and Joe Biden and Joe Biden's husband. And then I heard he had ice cream.

Like he goes on for more than two minutes before he gets to his comments about Nashville. All right. So what is that? What is that?

What do you think that is? Like. Seriously, because, you know, he's got this ongoing joke about how much he loves ice cream. And then there's this ongoing joke that, you know, he kind of pumps up his wife, Jill, is like, hey, everybody's here for her, not for me. He cracks those jokes all the time.

But on Monday afternoon and he does that. Like, what is that? I think it's two things.

Number one. I think he's clearly losing his mind. Right. We have a president in the United States that at his advanced age is losing his marbles.

That should be pretty obvious. Is it is it early stages dementia by the way he walks? Some people say yes.

It's definitely not nothing. And that that when the nation, if you study the history of this country like I do, has it has a really interesting relationship with the president at times of any kind of national tragedy that the president, even if you didn't vote for him, even if you can't stand him, if he handles a tragic moment, well, it matters in this country. And so this old fool and I don't mean that in a really. Nasty way, I just think he is an old fool. And he leads with a joke, several jokes. So there's that he's just losing his marbles.

Secondly. I just think I just think he's an insensitive jerk. I think he's been in the public servant game for 50 years. And he doesn't really care about regular people. He plays like he cares about regular people. He talks about Scranton and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. He hasn't been a regular person in five decades. And he has no concept of what regular life is outside of being an elected official in the federal government. And I think he's just a jerk.

And then I think this was yesterday. President Joe Biden is receiving criticism for seemingly joking that he would not consider Monday's Christian school shooting in Nashville, Tennessee, a hate crime. OK, so this is a different thing. The president took questions from the media outside the White House Tuesday. Yesterday, one reporter asked him, do you believe that Christians were targeted in the Nashville school shooting? Biden responded by declaring, I have no idea. OK, that's that's a safe response.

I have no idea. The reporter noted that Josh Hawley, a staunch conservative and prominent critic of the president, believes that Christians were targeted in the shooting. Biden replied, well, I probably don't then. Meaning I probably don't believe Christians were targeted because Josh Hawley says they were.

Well, I probably don't then. And he chuckles. And then he goes, I was only joking.

I have no idea. How tone first of all, how tone deaf do you have to be in general to handle it that way and to allow yourself to laugh and say, I was only joking when you're talking about what at the time was 24 hours old, the cold blooded murder of three nine year old kids and three adults that worked at this private Christian school. You're you're so tone deaf. It's unbelievable. But you go to the level of the president, the United States. Oh, my goodness. That is just that's indefensible and short of the blood of Christ and excusable.

OK, it just is. But that's the president, United States, who is not I think is obviously not in full control of his faculties. And number two, like I said a minute ago, I think he's just a jerk. I think he at some level, he's above everything.

As a father, I'm sure at some level he he experiences heartbreak. I sure hope so. Hope he's not such he's he's not a sociopath.

I hope not. But my goodness, what is that? That's disturbing. It's maddening. It's heartbreaking.

And I'm like, I know. I know, Lord, we need to pray for this guy. And quite honestly, sometimes I'm like, I don't want to pray for this guy. But we have to a second Timothy. Chapter one is not a suggestion to pray for those in authority over us so that we can live quiet and peaceful lives.

No, that's a commandment. And I'm like. I really want to pray for this guy, but obviously he needs our prayers, does he not?

Really remarkable. Hey, Clay, I'm going to get to you after the break. If anybody wants to call in, if you'd like to call in and if you can hold clay, it's fine if you can't understand. But if you want to call in, if you have something you'd like to share about Monday's cold blooded murder of six people and then the shooter, the transgender girl.

Feel fine. That's fine. I'd love to give you the air time to do that. Eight six six three four eight seven eight eight four eight six six three four eight seven eight eight four or eight six six thirty four truth.

And then I've got some other stories I want to dig into as well. This is Steve Noble on The Steve Noble Show. We'll be right back. Welcome back.

It's Steve Noble, The Steve Noble Show. Great to be with you. Want to take a couple of calls right quick for people that wanted to share something about either Monday shooting or perhaps what we were just talking about, which was Sleepy Joe's response to all of this. But let's go to our friend Clay first. Clay, thanks for calling my friend. Go right ahead. Hey, brother.

Well, first, let me start off by saying I would like to say heartfelt thank you, Jesus, for you. I listened to, you know, what you had to say and share yesterday, and I'm a bit astounded that an individual all I could do was think about it when you were sharing what you were sharing about how an individual thought that they could only in a way think of negative things. I've known you for a long time and you're talking about the lady who called into Truth Network and left the message mad at me about the way I handled Trump. Yes.

OK, thanks. And that's really sad because I've known you for quite some time. And I know that you are a godly man. You have a family.

You know, you've been doing the correct thing and the right thing for everything. And it just really saddened me yesterday to have to hear you share that, because I know that people were out there and I was just listen, listening to commercial before you came back on. Says we need to be in prayer. We we all need to be in prayer. It also saddens me that, you know, what you were talking about, the Sleepy Joe. That's my nickname for him because he did not you know, he did not when we had the other situation that happened.

He was somewhere else out of the country when he should have been here in this country. You know that. And then, of course, this thing in Nashville, this really speaks volumes because those people that are, you know, and I like what you also I truly love what you had to say about, you know, seven people, seven people that says something.

Seven people lost their lives because of an individual that had a mental health problem. And that's really neat. We need, we all need to focus on that because each of us has something going on. But you know what, I just want to commend you. I'm seriously, I'm really mean this from my heart. I highly commend you for what you do every day on this radio.

Because it's, you're not going to hear that. And I know you have a godly heart, and I'm so thankful to the Lord for you because of who you are and what you do. And, you know, this, we just all need to be, you know, lift each other up because the Bible says to do that, and I'll go ahead and hang up and everything but I just want to say I'm thankful for you. I love you, brother. And God bless you, man. God bless you for what you're doing. God bless you too. Thanks so much, Clay. God bless you.

Thank you for that. And hey, listen, when I when I get it right, all the glory goes to God. When I get it wrong, all the blame goes to me.

That's the deal. And most of the time I try to do the right thing and I fall short. So believe me, I'm not pontificating down from some lofty perch because I'm some awesome person. The only authority I have is when I'm rightly applying the Word of God. That's it.

Nothing for me personally. The only good I can bring you and the only truth I can speak, it has to go through scripture first. But I certainly appreciate that. Thanks, Clay. Let's go to Michelle who's also calling in from North Carolina. Michelle, thanks for calling.

Go right ahead. Hey, Steve, I just wanted to call and say don't give Joe a pass by saying that he's crazy because, yes, he is crazy. But he is also, as you said, a jerk. And if this had been a predominantly African-American private school or another race, he would have had a totally different reaction. He and his party are not friends of the white community. And I don't know how long it's going to take the white community to realize that the Democratic Party is not a friend to the white community. And they are not going to protect us. And as Christians, we are going to be persecuted by them.

So, you know, it says in the Bible it's going to happen. You know, that party is not our friend. And he would have had a totally different reaction if it had been an African-American church.

Oh, yeah. And if that and this girl is 28, the murderer, if she's wearing a red hat, I couldn't tell what her red hat said. But if she threw the MAGA hat on just because she was so sick and twisted anyway, just to throw a little more gas on the fire, that would have changed everything, too.

He would have been talking about radical MAGA Republicans. And this is what you get. This is what you're happening to your society. And yeah, and believe me, and I appreciate you saying it, Michelle, I'm not laying all the Joe Biden stuff off in his senility. That's a part of it. But the overwhelming part of it is I just think he's a jerk. I think he's at this point in his life, he's a heartless person. He's just a politician. He plays all the games that unfortunately a lot of politicians play. And he's got very little moral character to stand on. Plus, he's losing his marbles.

So that's just it's a train wreck anyway you look at it. Michelle, thanks so much for calling. I appreciate that. Thank you. You're welcome.

God bless you. And that's a hey, the whole thing of the Democrat Party doesn't care about white people. Well, the Democrat Party is made up mostly of white people.

I think I would I would follow up on that one and say the Democrat Party is is is used is is fine and comfortable with resegregating the country because they like to have different classes. They're class warfare people. And so they can play off the victimhood of any one class. And so when it's black on white crime, we're not going to say anything about that. When it's black on black crime, we're not going to say anything about that. But if it's white on black crime. OK. All right.

There you go. Now we got to we got a victim class. They don't see whites as the victim class.

They see white people as the privileged class. And that and they don't ever really come right out senior leadership and say this stuff openly. But you'll know them by their fruit. And you just watch what they do choose to say and what they don't say. And absolutely.

I agree with you, Michelle. If this had been a different situation, he would have been Johnny on the spot. But he knows his people. He knows he knows his base. And he can't come out and be Mr. broken hearted about, even though it's little kids who are not a part of this back and forth conversation on transgenderism. They're not part of that culture war.

Not yet. But but if if the circumstances were different, it would have been I think he would have been totally different. Which means he's a politician and not a good person. He puts politics first.

Really sad and really disgusting. So on that one, Twitter still got problems, folks, just because Elon Musk owns it now. Federalist CEO Sean Davis was locked out of his Twitter account Tuesday night for factually reporting on the trans day of vengeance following the deaths of three kids and adults at the school in Nashville. This is what he tweeted.

The cold blooded mass murder at a Christian school in Nashville by an apparent transgender person came just days before a planned trans day of vengeance organized by the Trans Radical Activist Network. That was in his tweet. According to Twitter, Davis's objectively true tweet violates the app's rules against violent speech. He's reporting accurately because the Trans Radical Activist Network does exist and they do have a trans day of vengeance plan, which is March 31st through April 2nd up in D.C.

So it's this weekend, including a day of vengeance, which they're organizing to be outside of the United States Supreme Court. Plus, part of their thing, if you look it up and look at their website, look at their flyer for it, also talks about firearm training. How do you not report that? I talked about that yesterday. How do you not report that? And then Twitter bans the guy, shuts him down?

Because he put that out there. It also happened to Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene and Daily Wire journalist Luke Roziak. Same reason, because they put up a story about the trans day of vengeance. So we'll see if Elon Musk's Twitter can overcome that ridiculousness.

We'll see. All right, this one and then in the fourth segment, I want to talk about this bombshell vax analysis, which is fascinating and factor that into the Republican primary. But here in North Carolina, this was on Fox News, North Carolina Public School says it's looking to revise campus policies after students straddled by a drag queen.

All right. And you wonder why states like Tennessee are taking action on the whole transgender movement, especially when it comes to minors. North Carolina Public School, it was a community college, says it's exploring ways to revise campus policies after children as young as age 14 were invited to a drag queen show on campus. So all you folks down in Charlotte listening today, Forsyth Technical Community College. Oh, it's in Winston-Salem. Sorry, all our Truth Radio friends in Winston was thrust into the national spotlight Tuesday, I guess, pun intended, after a video published by Libz of TikTok showed a drag queen straddling a young girl during an LGBTQ pride festival at the school. The school confirmed in an earlier statement that students of all ages were allowed to attend and photos posted by the school's official Instagram account showed drag queens posing with young girls.

They're proud of it. Read Romans chapter one. Just go to the end. Just fast forward.

Go to the end of Romans chapter one where they show approval to one another, reprobate minds. Promotional materials for the event, which was held at a restaurant on campus, featured photos of four drag queens and advertised a drag performance and free food, drinks, music and activities. They should have added deeply offensive child abuse and literally the drag queens straddling a 14 year old girl in one of these pictures right here in the Bible Belt there in Winston-Salem. We'll be right back. Welcome back at Steve Noble, The Steve Noble Show.

Thank you for being here today. I want to turn the corner and talk about some politics, specifically Trump and DeSantis and the Republican primary. Before that, I'm heading down to South Carolina in the morning. We got a big homeschool convention down there. So when we officially started Noble U, this is my 11th school year teaching. So I've been teaching locally in person, but wanted to be able to reach outside of that.

This is something the Lord's really burdened me with, and I'm pretty sure I'm pretty good at it. So we expanded and started Noble U last year officially so that I could start trying to expand outside of the Raleigh area with my in-person classes. And this year I have like 30, 35 online students. That's great.

Want to see that continue to grow. And so I'm going to four different homeschool conventions just to go engage and doing some breakout sessions at them. I've got one tomorrow at four o'clock, which is why I won't be on the radio talking about the need for Christian ethics training for young Christian people, specifically high school students, and then and just have a booth set up and talking to folks through the end of the day on Saturday. So I won't be here tomorrow or Friday, God willing. I'll be back on Monday.

But tomorrow, Theology Thursday will go on. Our good friend Renton Rafin, who's really the head of the the Worldview Apologetics Center down at Bob Jones University. He's going to guest host. He's always a great guest. He's a lot of fun. He's brilliant. So he's guest hosting tomorrow.

But he's got an incredible guest with him, Rosaria Butterfield. She's got a book coming out later this year. I think it's her fourth book, Five Lies of Our Anti-Christian Age. She was a uber liberal lesbian professor at Syracuse. And then she met this older Christian couple, much, much older than her. She was living with her girlfriend at the time. And they just loved her well.

It's one of the most amazing testimonies of conversion I've ever heard. So he'll be with Rosaria Butterfield tomorrow. They'll be on Zoom, too.

So they'll be on Facebook Live and Rumble as well. That's tomorrow. And then Friday, our good friend Stu Epperson Jr. from the Truth Radio Network will be back on the show Friday. And for the first half of the show, he's going to talk to my good friend, Pastor Chad Harvey from Cross Assembly Church here in the Raleigh area. Also, you can also hear Chad's preaching on the Truth Radio Network.

He's incredible. And Chad really wants to speak about the situation from Nashville. And so he's going to be on for half the show with Stu on Friday. And then, God willing, like I said, I'll be back on Monday. So a couple of great days while I'm gone.

Excited for that and appreciate everybody helping out with that one. OK. So interesting. Only one in four Democrats actually want Biden to run again. Only 25 percent of Democrats said Biden should seek a second term in the last Monmouth University survey.

OK. But the Democrats are really good once they get going because they they do groupthink really well. Republicans struggle with that. Democrats don't.

They're really good at that. And so now that you've got all the challenges in the Republican Party in the primary, we're in a primary. President Trump is running for the presidency, but he has to win the Republican primary first. And so some of us, I voted for Trump in 2016. I voted for him in 2020. If it comes down to Trump versus Biden, he's going to get my vote again. That's a no brainer to me. But we've got to go through the process first. Mostly, I think I think Donald Trump will struggle to win a general election.

I think Ron DeSantis would have a better opportunity to win a general election against Joe Biden. And so our good friend Steve Dace, his movie Nefarious, which is going to rock your world. It's based on his book, Nefarious Plot. It's about demon possession. And Nefarious Plot was about this demon named Nefarious, who Satan dispatches to destroy America. And it's that story over a couple hundred years. Nefarious Plot is where that information came from in the first place. So it's a demon possession story all set in a jail.

Really an amazing, just kind of rock your world. So that's coming out nationwide April 14th. We're going to have Steve on the show sometime next week.

And you'll start here and I'm going to play some ads for that movie coming out again. That's April 14th. But here's Steve Dace talking about the situation. If the 24 election turns out to be the guy who overturned the greatest evil of the last generation, Roe versus Wade, that he's referencing Trump there, versus a demonic disciple of it, I will ballot harvest for Trump myself. But that election is not today. Today, we're having the election to determine the best champion against the greatest evil of this generation. And that is everything that COVID Operation Warp Speed hath wrought, including bringing us to the brink of utter societal ruin and dangerous cliffs of excess deaths, inhumane tyranny, mental health, economic turmoil, et cetera. And Trump made every wrong decision possible to set it all in motion.

This is an indisputable fact, Steve Dace says. Anything else is gaslighting. His opponent, Ron DeSantis, initially made several of the same mistakes, too. The difference is when confronted with truth that these were mistakes, he turned away from the wrong path he was on, in another context, we would call that repentance, and embarked upon the righteous road. To this day, Trump has done none of that. He has not only admitted no error, but maintained his heinous lockdowns and poison poke saved lives. We must learn now if he has truly learned anything before vesting our power in him again, because the enemy is aware he buckled the last time, and we'll test him accordingly if we do. At least 10,000 small family businesses were erased by his decisions at the time, and they aren't coming back.

Hundreds of thousands have died, hashtag died suddenly, and they aren't coming back either. We have a primary to determine this answer. Some of you don't want to know this truth, but I love you too much to let you live by lies, this is Steve Dace tweeting. So I vow on this third anniversary of the wicked and immoral 30 days to slow the spread calamity, I will tell you the truth during this testing, as I did the whole time Trump was failing us in his test before referencing COVID. And I will use every ounce of the Iowa caucus process I have access to in order to keep that vow. And no complaints or threats from above, below, or either side will deter me. This is my promise to you. Okay?

They're Steve Dace. So it's going to be very interesting to watch how this primary unfolds once DeSantis gets in, because DeSantis will most likely admit, okay, I kind of followed the momentum early on with COVID, but once the facts started to come out, cold hard facts started to come out, then I was no longer going to play the narrative, I was going to do the right thing, as opposed to former President Trump. That's how that's going to go down. And so we're going to, and Trump, because I think he's, I don't, I can't remember a time where he's come out and said, yeah, I was wrong. Okay, if he has, hopefully it's happened, but not on a national level, okay? I don't know that he's capable of taking any blame for anything with respect to COVID.

We got the shots done, Operation Warp Speed, I saved millions of lives. Well, now you got a lot of information coming out on that, okay? But he usually, sometimes he'll use facts and figures if it's going to help him, and then sometimes he will just ignore them, okay, which is not abnormal for politicians. And Trump at some level is a politician, okay? There's no question about that.

He wasn't before, he is now. So I thought this article was fascinating. I saw this yesterday. Bombshell vax analysis finds $147 billion in economic damage, tens of millions injured or disabled, which is what Steve Vase was referencing. A new report estimates that 26.6 million people were injured, 1.36 million people disabled, and 300,000 excess deaths can be attributed to COVID-19 vaccine damages in 2022 alone, which cost the economy nearly $150 billion.

And he's just talking about America here, okay? Now, who came up with this? Who did this research?

Research firm Finance Technologies, with a PH, founded and operated by former BlackRock portfolio manager Ed Dowd, who's not an idiot, Yuri Nunez, a PhD in physics and an MS in mathematics, and Carlos Algeria, a PhD in physics and finance. They split the impact of the vaccine into four broad categories to estimate the human costs associated with the COVID-19 vaccine. No effect or asymptomatic, those who were sustained injuries, mild to moderate, those who became disabled, that's severe, and death, which is extreme. Data on vaccine disabilities and injuries comes directly from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, while excess death figures are derived from official figures on deaths in the U.S. via two different methods. It's important to note that people in one category, injured, for example, can move into later categories of severity, which this analysis does not take into consideration. Quote, we need to remember that not only are these groupings an attempt to characterize different levels of damage from the inoculations, but they are not static and could interact with each other. For instance, there might be an individual who had no visible effects after vaccination but nonetheless could still be impacted.

Individuals with mild injuries from the inoculations could, over time, develop severe injuries to the extent of being disabled or an extreme outcome such as death. And then they looked at estimating the economic cost. In analyzing each of the above categories, finance used absolute excess lost work time, see previous report, to determine that the direct economic cost of vaccine injuries was $79.5 billion in 2022 and $52.2 billion for those with severe disabilities. For deaths, they used the average yearly absolute rise in excess deaths since 2021, which was 0.05%, for the 25 to 64-year-old demographic, which amounted to $5.6 billion in lost productivity. In total, they found a total economic cost of $147.8 billion in 2022 due to the COVID-19 vaccines. As Dowd notes, these figures are just what can be currently measured as things like the knock effects such as lost productivity due to workers being present but working at, say, 50 to 75% of capacity is missed plus burnout from those picking up slack. The multiplier effects are massive. Now imagine, the article concludes, the impact worldwide. Okay, so where did most of these shots come from? That would be us.

That would be the United States of America as a result of Operation Warp Speed, which Trump, you know, owns. And so, here's the problem. Fauci recently was, remember, we played this. He had this interaction with somebody in Washington, D.C., going door-to-door at the mayor. This was summer of 2021, so this guy was way ahead of the curve. And he's like, hey, you know, I'm not going to trust these shots of yours because it's only been around for, you know, a year or so. And Fauci's like, no, no, actually, it's been around for 20 years. What Fauci was referencing was the development of mRNA technology had been going on for 20 years. What this guy's point was, which stands, is that vaccines, mass rollout medications, go through three different clinical trials, Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, which takes 5, 7, 8, 10, sometimes 12 years. Because if you're going to put a product out this widespread, you need to know what's going to happen, you know, a year after you got it, three years after you got it, five years after you got it, because things can happen. They didn't do that.

They started pumping that stuff out there after nine months, nine months' worth of clinical trial data. And Trump's going to have to answer for all that. It's going to be fascinating. May the best man win. We need to pray for all of them and pray to the Lord that we get the best shot at taking Biden out of office. This is Steve Noble on The Steve Noble Show. God willing, I'll talk to you again real soon. And like my dad always used to say, Ever Forward.
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