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Tuesday 6-20-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 Brandon J. Weichert , author of Biohacked: China’s Race to Control Life 

With the embarrassing display of Secretary of State Antony Blinken in China over the weekend, it is obvious that US-China relations are at their lowest in decades. The Chinese, believing Biden to be frail and feckless, seek to maximize their advantages in this moment of American weakness before a stronger leader can replace Biden in Washington. 

Geopolitical analyst and author of the bestselling new release BIOHACKED: CHINA’S RACE TO CONTROL LIFE (Encounter Books), Brandon J. Weichert, believes that war with China may be imminent. He has a set of simple solutions that could easily be adapted by Washington to avert a catastrophic war and ensure America’s supremacy immediately. 

  Biohacked: China’s Race to Control Life


BIO: Brandon J. Weichert, author of Biohacked: China’s Race to Control Life is a geopolitical analyst and author of Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower and The Shadow War: Iran’s Quest for Supremacy





7:10 State Representative Kim Wallan has the latest update from the legislative session, including what real changes were made to HB2002.

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger talks the end of walkout, the controversy over the hiring of a new emergency manager and IT director.


Monday 6-19-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 Oregon Firearms Federation’s Kevin Starrett talking the end of the quorum walkout and what it means to 2nd Amendment rights.

7:10 Naomi Wolf, author of The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, Covid-19 and the War Against the Human. Wolf is co-founder and CEO of, a successful civic tech company.



Dr. Naomi Wolf Uncovers Pfizer’s Depopulation Agenda, as Evidenced by Its Own Documents; “This is a mystery novel in which the question is, how do we stop women from having healthy babies?”


“There’s a section of the Pfizer documents in which Pfizer breaks down the adverse events and concludes that women sustain 72% of them,” she continued. “And of those — and these are Pfizer’s words — 16% are quote-unquote “reproductive disorders” compared to 0.49% for men. So they’re very focused on reproduction, on female reproduction.”


“It’s my belief that they were trying to disrupt especially female reproduction,” Dr. Wolf determined. “And the question is, how do I know that? And the answer is from the structure of what they looked at. Again, I’m a literary critic, but this is a mystery novel in which the question is, how do we stop women from having healthy babies? That’s the story of the Pfizer documents.”


“And you don’t need to be a rocket scientist” to figure out that Pfizer’s mRNA injections would cause fertility issues, emphasized Dr. Wolf.


“You need 8th-grade math to guess that if women are having horrible menstrual problems in 2021, there are going to be fertility problems in 2023, right?”


“So now it’s 2023,” mourned Dr. Wolf, as those fertility problems have come to fruition. “Igor Chudov compared databases in countries around the world. There are a million missing babies in Europe. They never got born. [There are] double the number of miscarriages and spontaneous abortions in Scotland [and a] 13% to 20% drop in live births around the world. [There are] two or three times the number of spontaneous abortions and miscarriages in Tel Aviv as before. And so on around the world. And now we know why. Now we know the mechanism.”


“So it is an attack not just on humanity; it’s an attack on our future,” determined Dr. Wolf.


“It’s not just an attack on us. It’s not just a mass murder, which is the language that Ofcom objected to, but it’s an existential attack. And think about it chronologically. I’m very worried that a source in Britain said that they wanted to embargo this information for 20 years. Because I’m like, what do they expect to have happened in 20 years?”


“I think this is the tip of the iceberg,” she continued. “We’ve [DailyClout/War Room Volunteers] got a report on turbo cancers, we’ve got a report on strokes, we’ve got a report on liver damage, kidney damage.”


“I don’t want to depress you, but all around you are people who are suffering from illnesses,” mourned Dr. Wolf. “None of their doctors are telling them that these illnesses are in the Pfizer documents as side effects and that we now understand the mechanisms of them.”

“And if you want to know what’s happening to your loved ones, please, read the reports on,” urged Dr. Wolf.


“They’re free. Or order the book, please. It has all of it [the evidence] right there. But all around you, all around me, are people suffering and dying from side effects that are in these documents that they knew about.”


7:35 State Senator Dennis Linthicum on Skype digs into the quorum betrayal and what’s next.

8:15 Dr. Dennis Powers, “Where Past Meets Present”

Brandon Drury: Baseball Standout

By Dennis Powers


Born in 1992, Brandon Drury lived in the Rogue Valley and went to Grants Pass High School. He played shortstop for the Grants Pass Cavemen and became a first-team, all-state selection in his senior year (2010). The Atlanta Braves pursued him that year—and drafted him straight out of high school in the 13th round. Drury needed to decide whether to play baseball for the perennial nationally-ranked Oregon State baseball team, or to go with the Atlanta Braves. He chose Atlanta. 

His professional debut was with the Gulf Coast Braves, but needed to adjust in playing pro-ball as a teenager; Drury batted .198 in 192 at bats. The following year (2011), he played in the Appalachian League (for rookies), hitting .347 with 265 at-bats—and was named the league’s MVP. While playing for the Rome Braves of the Class A South Atlantic League, however, he hit only .229 in 445 at-bats (an off-year, when he adjusted his batting style) in 2012.


Drury headed to Arizona in 2013 in a blockbuster trade involving different players and three-time All-Star outfielder Justin Upton (to Atlanta). He played his first season with the South Bend Silver Hawks in the Diamondbacks organization, hitting .302 in 134 games with 15 home runs. The 2014 season was at the Visalia Rawhide (Class A), being promoted in August to the Mobile Bay Bears of the Class AA Southern League. He had a .299 batting average, 23 home runs, and 95 RBI.  

During these years,


Drury was on different minor-league all-star teams and in 2011, 2013, and 2015 was an all-star on MLB.COM’s list. In 2015, the Diamondbacks invited Drury to spring training and assigned him to Mobile to start the season. In June, he was promoted to the Reno Aces of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League, his seventh minor league team in five years. The Diamondbacks called Drury up to the major leagues on September 1, 2015, and he made his debut that day for the remaining short season. 


In the following year, the Diamondbacks occasionally started Drury in the outfield as well as second and third base to keep his bat in the lineup. He hit for a .282 average with 16 home runs in 134 games. Drury then hit .267 with 13 home runs and 63 RBIs in 135 games in 2017.

Arizona sent Drury to the New York Yankees in a three-team trade in February 2018 that included five players (plus two to be named later). This year was inauspicious as due to injuries, he played for the Yankees, Toronto Blue Jays, and a minor league rehab team after suffering a broken left hand. Playing a number of positions, he struggled offensively with the Blue Jays, hitting .219 (2019) with 15 home runs in 120 games. The struggle continued, as he played in 2021 for the NY Mets, a minor league team, and then elected free agency.


In 2022, he played for the Cincinnati Reds (having signed a minor-league contract) and making the team as the starting third-baseman, then was traded to the San Diego Padres later in the year, hitting overall .268 with 28 home runs in 138 games (his fifth MLB club in five years). Next, he was traded to the Los Angeles Angels where he signed a two-year, $17-million contract. In 2023, he has played second base for the Angels as a starter and after a very slow start is currently batting near .250 (his career average) with power. (He has been in the top 10 NBL season statistics at different years for doubles and slugging percentage.)


A journeyman baseball player, Drury shows grit, talent, and perseverance. 

Sources: “Wikipedia: Brandon Drury” at Drury Biography; Mail Tribune, “Grants Pass’ Drury traded to Yankees,” February 20, 2018; Brandon Drury, Baseball at Statistics.