G. Edward Griffin. The man, the teacher, the legend- joined Michelle and I in an interview this week; an that has been on the top of our list for many years. Some of you may know him as the “hell-hound of the Federal Reserve” through his best selling book The Creature From Jekyll Island or the cascading amount of spell bounding documentaries that have been produced as a result of his work throughout the years. That’s certainly how we came to know and love the man I am officially crowning The Father of the Red Pill Movement.
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Our first interview with Dr. has been seen by hundreds of thousands of people around the globe as he shared a protocol to help detox from viral loads and side effects from the vaccine. We were able to meet back up with him at BardsFEST for an EPIC encore of another amazing and enlightening conversation you DON’T want to miss!!!
While many of you know Dr. Sherri Tenpenny as the women who warns against the adverse effects of vaccines, you may not know that she is a woman of divers talents. Sherri grew up on a horse farm, where her father was a horse trainer and she would often ride horses bareback. In college, she studied piano (we were first introduced to this when she wowed the crowd by playing Amazing Grace on stage at Bards Fest with Brian and Jill Kahanek Friday evening) and Sherri says that the biggest highlight of her entire life was partaking in a perfect piano recital. She played a Rachmaninoff duet on piano in D minor with her classmate Betsy and tells us the moment at the end has continued to be her crescendo and crowning moment in life! As a renaissance woman she picked up several instruments, was an avid choreographer, but eventually settled on medicine for her career- which as we now know, was a divine calling. She has helped countless patients over the years, and countless more people through her speeches and interviews.