3:30 PM ET – John Solomon, Editor in Chief of Just the News, and a Fox News Contributor, brings us a breaking story regarding the deep state. Russia case footnotes will be declassified today, exposing new FBI concerns about the Steele dossier. Passages are expected to confirm the FBI had evidence that a key informant may have been conduit for Russian disinformation.
U.S. intelligence has decided to declassify several redacted footnotes from a recent Justice Department report that will expose more problems with the FBI’s investigation into President Trump’s campaign, including that agents possessed evidence their main informant may have been the victim of Russian disinformation, Just the News has learned.
The previously redacted footnotes are likely to raise new concerns that the FBI ignored flashing red warning signals about the informant Christopher Steele and gave a false picture in briefing materials supplied to Congress.
The declassified sections from Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s December review of FBI FISA abuse could be made available to key Senate and House committees as early as the end of this week, according to people familiar with the effort.
Dr. Oz Answers Your Questions
4:05 PM ET – Dr. Oz, Cardiac Surgeon and Host of The Dr. Oz Show is here for his daily update on COVID-19. Dr. Oz is now providing a COVID-19 daily minute, which you can find on Hannity.com. From today’s announcement:
HOW TO SLEEP BETTER IF CORONAVIRUS ANXIETY IS KEEPING YOU UP AT NIGHT
IF YOU’VE BEEN TOSSING AND TURNING AT NIGHT RECENTLY…YOU’RE NOT ALONE. MANY PEOPLE RIGHT NOW ARE DEALING WITH STRESS FROM CORONAVIRUS, AND IT’S GETTING IN THE WAY OF A GOOD NIGHT’S REST.
SO TODAY, I’M SHARING 3 TIPS TO HELP YOU SLEEP BETTER IF CORONAVIRUS ANXIETY IS KEEPING YOU UP:
FIRST – STICK TO A CONSISTENT SLEEP SCHEDULE: YOUR BODY LIKES HAVING A PREDICTABLE SCHEDULE. MAKE AN EFFORT TO GO TO SLEEP AND WAKE UP AROUND THE SAME TIME EVERY DAY.
SECOND – AVOID THE ELECTRONICS: EXPERTS SUGGEST TURNING OFF YOUR DEVICES AT LEAST ONE HOUR BEFORE BEDTIME. THE BLUE LIGHT THEY EMIT DECREASES YOUR PRODUCTION OF MELATONIN, THE SLEEP HORMONE THAT HELPS YOU FALL ASLEEP QUICKLY.
LASTLY – WRITE DOWN YOUR WORRIES: TRY WRITING DOWN ALL OF YOUR CONCERNS AND THEN PUT THEM IN YOUR BEDSIDE DRAWER. THIS IS MY GO-TO STRESS RELIEVER AS I’M LYING IN BED EACH NIGHT.
SLEEP IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER RIGHT NOW. IT SUPPORTS YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM, HELPING YOU FIGHT OFF VIRUSES AND REDUCING YOUR RISK OF INFECTION. SO AIM FOR AT LEAST 7 TO 9 HOURS EACH NIGHT.
5:05 PM ET – Dr. Art Laffer, Former Reagan economic advisor, founder & chairman of Laffer associates, he is a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Honor. Today he discusses the stimulus package, the effect it is and will continue to have on our economy and next steps. He said this about the economy and it’s future this week:
“It’s so sad that we had this coronavirus thing come in there and take us from about the best economy ever and it did knock us off the block, it did that, but once the coronavirus is gone I fully expect us to come back to our prior high levels because the same policies, the same president, the same team’s in place and I think we’re going to be in fine shape in a while,” he said.
5:30 PM ET – Dr. Thomas Yadegar, Medical Director of ICU, Medical Director of Hospitalist services, command leader for the COVID team at Providence Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and a practicing Pulmonary & Critical Care Doctor for 20 years. He was quoted on Fox and Friends earlier this week:
The new coronavirus is spread by microscopic droplets from coughs or sneezes and causes mild to moderate symptoms in most. For some, especially older adults and the infirm, it can cause pneumonia and lead to death.
Speaking from Los Angeles on Tuesday, Dr. Tom Yadegar, a specialist in critical care medicine who has been treating COVID-19 patients, said he noticed several patients were deteriorating quickly and needed to be put on ventilators. He said he realized that he had to find out why these patients were experiencing sudden deterioration.
“This happened to me just like it’s happened to every other doctor who is taking care of these patients and it was very alarming that I didn’t understand what happened,” said Yadegar, medical director of the intensive care unit at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center.