Millennial Millie Show With Millie Weaver - 05-24-2022


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Millie Weaver: I'm Millie Weaver, and you're watching the Millennial Millie show. Babies are being hospitalized in Milwaukee, a U.S. city, due to malnutrition due to the baby formula shortage. We're not talking about a third-world country here. We're talking about U.S. cities having such shortage problems that babies are now being malnourished and hospitalized due to the complications of malnutrition. Some parents are panicking and going out and just buying up tons of formula off the shelves, which has led to grocery stores putting a limit on the number of cans of baby formula you can purchase. 

Millie Weaver: But some parents are not so lucky, and they haven't gotten in and stocked up on baby formula. So they're resorting to watering down their baby formula, which can lead to brain swelling and organ damage. And some people have even tried creating their own homemade baby formulas. And doctors are warning against this, saying that it can cause liver damage and kidney damage and could even cause an imbalance in your baby. So these are very serious situations here where people are panicking about how they're going to feed their babies. So what is causing the baby formula shortages? Is it all just inflation? Well, no, not exactly.

Millie Weaver: Although the shutdowns because of COVID are having a long-lasting effect, and we're seeing that ripple out into the economy today. There's also another issue at hand here, a baby formula factory that produces about 40% of all the baby formula in the U.S., Abbott, had a recall, so they had to shut down production of baby formula, and they had to do this recall because in a couple of cases they found that there were some infants who came up with horrible bacterial infections that were eating their baby formula, so they had to shut down the factories. Is there anything being done to address the baby formula shortages? You could be looking for baby formula from other nations. Other factories step up people in government because we cannot allow babies in America to go without formula.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): The first shipment of baby formula from Europe arrived in the U.S. today, a sign that relief could soon come to the thousands of families being impacted by the nationwide shortage. Now, this shipment is going to essentially get off this cargo plane, then the Federal Express folks are going to take it from there. They're going to deliver it to a distribution center that the Nestlé Gerber folks have here in Indiana. And then it's going to go on trucks, and it's going to be delivered in hospitals and home health care clinics all across the country.

Millie Weaver: I know some moms have stepped up to the plate online, and they've started donating their breast milk. Some others are able to produce tons and tons of milk. Typically, when women produce extra breast milk and donate it to preemies, typically, the women are screened. They pasteurize it, and there's a level of safety that goes into it. But desperate times call for desperate measures. And I do not knock any of the moms that are doing this right now out of desperation to feed their children. Meanwhile, what is Biden doing to address any of this? It seems that Biden cares more about pronouns and making sure that women have the right to kill their unborn babies than actually doing something to address this crisis in America right now.

President Joe Biden (Video Clip): This is about a lot more than abortion. What happens if you have the state change the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can't be in classrooms with other children.

Millie Weaver: Hey, you know, giving billions of dollars of aid to Ukraine while American babies are being malnourished due to formula shortages.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): In today's headlines, President Biden has signed the latest aid package for Ukraine. The package provides a massive $40 billion in the military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine. And the aid comes at a critical time.

Millie Weaver: It kind of seems like someone doesn't have their priorities straight.

Millie Weaver: Babies suffering from malnutrition are a third-world problem, not a first-world problem. And we're in America. We're supposed to be the first world. Well, that was until the Democrats took power. And hey, I guess Trump was right when he said that as soon as the Democrats come into power, into a city and, in this case, a nation, the whole thing turns into a-.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): Hole, bullet hole, bleep hole, ass hole. Any sort of hole begins with a word, a bad word, and then ends up with the hole.

Millie Weaver: Joe Biden has been president for 488 days. And since then, the economy has been suffering. Gas prices are at a record high. Inflation is at a high. Food prices are high. Baby food shortages are rampant. The Taliban has $80 billion of weapons, U.S. weapons, mind you. And we've had a couple of World War Three scares, you know, Ukraine and whatnot. Now, the latest World War Three scare, which is starting to brew up some alleged secret audio recordings from inside a top-secret Communist Party meeting where the officials were discussing their plans for invading Taiwan or essentially engaging in a global war, was leaked. 

Millie Weaver: The Times of India Reports Explosive Audio Leak Details. China's plan to invade Taiwan. An unprecedented and explosive audio leak of a top-secret meeting of the People's Liberation Army has revealed China's detailed plan to attack Taiwan. Experts say that the audio clip posted on the YouTube channel of lewd media appears to be authentic. This will be the first time since the formation of the People's Republic of China in 1949 that a recording of a top-secret meeting of a military command has been leaked. Are we possibly on the verge of a war with China? Joe Biden went out in a press conference and said that if China goes into Taiwan and tries to invade Taiwan, the U.S. is going to intervene militarily.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): You didn't want to get involved in the Ukraine conflict militarily for obvious reasons. Are you willing to get involved militarily to defend Taiwan if it comes to that?

President Joe Biden (Video Clip): Yes.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): You are.

President Joe Biden (Video Clip): That's a commitment we made.

Millie Weaver: This has definitely sparked a lot of interest across the globe, obviously, because you do not want to see any type of war of escalation between the U.S. And China. But it almost seems as though because Joe Biden is such a weak leader and perceived so globally, many of the other world powers, such as Russia, and China, have seen this as a green light to essentially evade, invade their neighboring countries, and do whatever they want to, because we've got dementia ridden Alzheimer's patient literally in the White House and who knows who's pulling the puppet strings. So that's not very intimidating, is it? The other option is that possibly the Bidens and their criminal doings have been bought and owned by China and these other nations due to the criminal activities and the blackmail that could be held over them for those criminal activities. It's almost as though he was inserted and put in place. I mean, most of the people in his administration arguably are comrades and members of the communist ideology. So it wouldn't be so far-fetched to believe that they could also buy into the Communist Party, like in China. Right. So buckle up, folks. It's only going to get bumpier. We still have 973 days left of Joe Biden.

President Joe Biden (Video Clip): Look. Maybe I'm kidding myself.

Millie Weaver: That is if we don't use the 25th Amendment. But if we do, we get Kamala.

Kamala Harris: When we talk about the children of the community, they are the children of the community. Space is exciting. It spurs our imaginations, and it forces us to ask big questions. Space. It affects us all. And it connects us all.

Millie Weaver: So I don't know if it's that much better.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): His poll numbers are the lowest of his presidency. As we hear, gas prices could hit $6 a gallon by this summer.

Millie Weaver: So it looks like the Democrat idea to just keep everything locked down forever and just pay everyone with stimulus checks is having some pretty bad consequences.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): It comes as the country hit four-decade high inflation. Gas prices on the rise could be six bucks a gallon by summer. To top that, the country now faces a sudden baby formula shortage.

Millie Weaver: Also, if China's economy fails, that could still even have a big impact on the U.S. economy. So what is going on in China anyway? We've seen China lock down entire cities. Shanghai and Beijing, which is China's economic strongholds for their cities, have been entirely just locked down. That's 180 million people in China that have been affected by the recent COVID lockdowns. These lockdowns are having a lasting impact on their economy, and China is having a hard time bouncing back after COVID because while they're still dealing with something down there, or at least their government is letting them believe that they are. Why is this all happening right now at a recent online gathering of top Chinese economists? There was a sense of urgency that filled their meeting. They pointed out that China's economy is deteriorating, and the idea was to do whatever it takes to get it back up and running.

Millie Weaver: Today, the US-China trade relationship actually supports roughly 2.6 million jobs in the United States across a range of industries, including jobs that Chinese companies have created in America. China has become an integral part of the global manufacturing supply chain. Much of its exports are comprised of foreign-produced components delivered for final assembly in China. And what will the impact be on the U.S. economy? We know that the U.S. makes a lot of trade with China. In fact, many U.S. jobs are reliant on China, and the inflation in the U.S. is buffered by the lower prices of products that come from China. So if we were to get into a war situation with China and trade ceased between China and the U.S. or was greatly halted, what would happen? How would that further hurt and impact the U.S. economy?

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): Taiwanese military forces conducted certain military drills, imitating a scenario of a possible invasion, and they were trying to get themselves ready, combat-ready, that is, to stave off any ground invasion in the event it happens.

Millie Weaver: And is this why China is acting aggressively towards Taiwan? Because China has a very dependent relationship with Taiwan when it comes to trade.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): A few days ago, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen warned China against any kind of military misadventures in the region. If China has issued a counter warning to Taiwan against crossing the red line, that would lead to a profound catastrophe. China continues to maintain that Taiwan is a part of its sovereign territory.

Millie Weaver: Foreign policy reports that Taiwan and China are locked in economic co-dependence. Both sides have leverage but have been reluctant to use it. So could China possibly be fearful that the U.S. or the West is going to do the same thing in Ukraine, in Taiwan, essentially, and they're just jumping out ahead of it to go and plan to do an action and essentially take over Taiwan, which China believes Taiwan is theirs and their land, and Taiwan obviously believes otherwise? Are we going to see the same thing play out between China and Taiwan as we're now seeing with Russia and Ukraine? So what does all this mean? It basically means that if China's economy collapses or crashes, the U.S. will feel it as well. And given that the current state of the U.S. economy is not doing too well, this could be bad, and it could actually be kind of disastrous.

Millie Weaver: And if we see escalations between China and the U.S. because Biden is horrible at diplomacy, then that could be bad as well too. I mean, we're already seeing what's been happening with Russia sanctions. Many U.S. companies have all but left Russia. Starbucks actually closed up all of its stores in Russia and has just left the country. Russia has banned U.S. representatives and politicians from even entering into their country. So things aren't doing too well. I would say that diplomacy is not Joe Biden's strong suit. Even Noam Chomsky, who's the left academia Democrat darling in a recent interview, said that such. Surely Donald Trump was the only solution to this problem. Take a look.

Noam Chomsky: Well, there is, fortunately, one statesman in the United States and Europe who has laid out a person of a high political figure, who has made a very sensible statement about how you can solve the crisis, namely by facilitating negotiations instead of undermining them and moving towards establishing some kind of accommodation in Europe, maybe along the way in which there are no military alliances but just mutual accommodation. He didn't say it, but it's something like what George H.W. Bush, the first Bush, not the second, proposed in the early nineties in his win after the collapse of the Soviet Union, proposed what they called a partnership for peace, which would be open for Europeans, generally, Eurasians as well. It wouldn't eliminate NATO, but he would live up to the promise that NATO would not expand to the East Firm. Promise to Gorbachev to keep to that little NATO there, but kind of deemphasize it so other countries could join, including Russia for that matter, join the Partnership for Priests. Tajikistan joined, for example, not NATO and moved towards a world, a Europe, Eurasia, with no military alliances. Actually, the goal had a similar vision. Emmanuel Macron, in his initiative trying to contact Putin, suggested something similar. So going back to the one Western statesman, he didn't mention all of this, but he suggested something similar to move towards negotiations and diplomacy instead of escalating the war. Try to see if he can bring about accommodation, which would be roughly along these lines. His name is Donald J. Trump. Donald J. Trump.

Millie Weaver: So now let's talk about the monkeypox. We heard about COVID-19, and we had to shut down and stop the economy, which we all warned would cause global food shortages, supply chain disruptions, and massive economic problems. Now, here we are today in 2022, and all hell is breaking loose. So now the elite didn't get enough. They want more. They're talking about monkeypox. Some are predicting that we could end up seeing more shutdowns because of monkeypox. I'm not so sure if that's the case, but we'll see.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): Mr. President, quick question. What have your health advisers told you? Your level of concern should be about monkeypox and the cases that are in the United States and around the world?

President Joe Biden (Video Clip): Well, they haven't told me the level of exposure yet, but it is something that everybody should be concerned about. We're working on it. Hard to figure out what we do and what vaccine may be available for it, but it is a concern.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): The numbers keep rising, but not necessarily for COVID-19. We're talking about the number of monkeypox cases in the U.S. and abroad, and abroad. It's growing. And now the C.D.C. is taking notice. Today, it announced areas of concern and even a vaccination plan.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): Now, the C.D.C. is in the process of releasing a monkeypox vaccine from its national stockpile to help treat it. The World Health Organization says the smallpox vaccine also helps protect against it. Health officials also say contact tracing and surveillance should help contain the disease.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): An adviser to the W.H.O. told the Associated Press the leading theory to explain the current spread of the disease appears to be transmission among gay and bisexual men at two raves held in Spain and Belgium.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): The government of Belgium has announced they will establish a mandatory 21-day quarantine for people showing symptoms of monkeypox. The nation becomes the first country to establish health restrictions for this disease.

Millie Weaver: Bill Gates sure is frothing at the mouth over this. In a recent tweet, Bill Gates says movies like Outbreak nailed it when they imagined a global disease-fighting team who is ready to respond to a crisis at a moment's notice. Now we need to make it a reality. So if you don't know the plot of this movie Outbreak, it's a monkey essentially that gets into the U.S. and spreads this disease where it almost looks like they have pox or sores all over their faces and bodies and people just start dying rapidly. Collapsing all across the country. And it's a massive contagion outbreak scenario. Well, when he says that the U.S. should have a task force that essentially acts as they did in this Hollywood movie. But if you've seen the movie, you realize how ludicrous it is and essentially doesn't acknowledge Americans having any rights whatsoever. Take a look at this scene where the military in their attack helicopters chases down some people trying to get away from a quarantine zone or lockdown zone. Take a look at this government response. This is what Bill Gates thinks that we should handle diseases with, militarily speaking.

"Outbreak" Movie Clip: My God, I've got to go right now. Come on, let me see your hand.

"Outbreak" Movie Clip: All right, let it go.

Millie Weaver: Come on. Or how about this? When they decide to just drop a bomb on an entire village because of a disease outbreak.

"Outbreak" Movie Clip: It's even worse than I thought. Get the plane here by 1900 hours. Well, shouldn't we have the plane, Billy?

Millie Weaver: This takes emergency orders and martial law to a whole new level. And obviously, Bill Gates is an authoritarian, and this is exactly the way he would handle it if he were in charge. So, let me guess, Bill Gates, where they're having lockdowns in China, those entire condominiums, would you just send in a missile and blow them up? I mean, would you drone strike an apartment complex that's been shut down in quarantine because they have a disease? So here are some symptoms to look out for in regards to monkeypox: fever, headache, muscle aches, backache, swollen lymph nodes, chills and exhaustion, and some kind of like pustule dots or marks on your body. But don't worry. See, they already have 100 million vaccines lined up that are similar enough to monkeypox, a type of smallpox vaccine, so they're all ready to go and start distributing it to people across the U.S. So get in line because Big Pharma has some more money to make.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): We have in many countries stocks of smallpox vaccine. Now they're not in huge quantities. I think they would have to be more manufactured if this were a global scale issue.

Unidentified Individual (Video Clip): This version circulating around is not as deadly as, say, the version found in the Congo in Africa.

Millie Weaver: Let's just all continue to take advice on pandemics and virus situations from the guy Bill Gates, who developed a computer system that's vulnerable to viruses. So then you can be forced to buy the Norton antivirus software to put on your computer. Otherwise, your computer would get viruses. It's like it's a moneymaking scheme, isn't it? So insert viral pathogen into the population. Oh, something that was just kind of made up in a lab. And then here comes Big Pharma with the vaccine. Oh, we have the cure. What do you know?

Millie Weaver: And the more you take of their vaccines, the more your immune system becomes limited in its capacity to naturally handle viruses. And therefore, you're continually more and more dependent on big pharma is not nice. Whereas if we were to be healthier in America, eat healthier, not eat the standard American diet, a.k.a sad where most Americans are suffering from obesity and other chronic health conditions. We would have stronger immune systems, and we would be able to better respond naturally with our own immune response when any type of disease or pathogen comes our way. But hey, no, we shouldn't ban the harmful carcinogens that we eat in our food supply. We should continue to eat the poisons, the fluoride in the drinking water, all the toxins, and then just be completely dependent on Big Pharma and the American Medical Association. That sounds like a great idea because they profit off of sickness rather than profiting off of healthy people. Because how are they going to do that? How are they going to profit off of healthy people? Haven't thought that one through, have you? Well, that's all for today, folks.

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