Complete 'Rock of Talk' Show from Wednesday, December 16th, 2020 | Journaled and Annotated | Podcast and Video of Show

  
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CORRELATE TIMES BELOW WITH CLOCK BEHIND EDDY

4:07: Eddy opens the show with a lengthy monologue sharing his thoughts about the Rona vaccine -- including the role of luciferase, the concerns of Christiane Northrup, mRNA, “quantum-dot tattoos,”transfection, cycle thresholds, autism, and cryptocurrency

4:27: “We are embarking now on the Second American Revolution.”

4:28: An a-bomb going off inside your body?

4:36: “You need to start having weekly meetings in your home.”

4:41: A caller weighs in on ivermectin

4:45: They want your submission

4:50: Dowd reads some the research he’s found on the “controversial” work of the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance

5:10: The absurdity of MLG’s new fundraising email

5:14: Eddy calls the governor, live and on-air, and her answering machine helpfully provides the number to rat out a business that isn’t complying with her lockdown

5:19: Your texts, including one making a connection between symptoms of the Rona and Legionnaires’ disease

5:26: The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act for Medical Countermeasures Against COVID-19 was updated in April to shield companies “for money damages in court” over vaccine-related injuries

5:35: Your texts on the vaccine, Rush, and the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act

5:42: A caller thinks the true enemy is China, sparking a discussion of the Hong Kong protests

5:47: Eddy’s a big fan of www.liveleak.com

5:50: A caller has ditched the circling-the-drain KKOB (smart move), and one time, he met “cooler than hell” Billy Idol!

5:51: Why Eddy prefers texts to live calls

5:55: Eddy has a lot of respect for Kurt Cobain, but missed his ABQ concert in the fall of 1993

6:10: The Trump campaign’s lawsuit “that primarily targets [New Mexico’s] use of absentee ballot drop boxes”

6:17: Eddy conducts a deep dive into some, er, interesting data about the election

6:22: MLG’s approval rating is below 50 percent -- what’s likely to happen in 2022?

6:26: Yet another “analysis” thinks blue-state tax policy would be good for New Mexico

6:33: Dowd closes out the show with a look at his piece on the data on Rona “deaths”

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