31 episodes

What happens when the information you are given ISN’T the whole story? What happens when discussing a complex issue, you are the ONLY one going against the pack? My goal is to bring thoughtful and in-depth discussion to the table, both with interviews and my own commentary. ❤️ Open minds necessary, critical thinkers welcome. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/melissa-floyd/support

What They AREN’T Telling You Melissa Floyd

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.9 • 1.6K Ratings

What happens when the information you are given ISN’T the whole story? What happens when discussing a complex issue, you are the ONLY one going against the pack? My goal is to bring thoughtful and in-depth discussion to the table, both with interviews and my own commentary. ❤️ Open minds necessary, critical thinkers welcome. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/melissa-floyd/support

    Episode 30: New Face Mask Study & Discussion on ACTUAL Health

    Episode 30: New Face Mask Study & Discussion on ACTUAL Health

    "All of the things that we've done and we're no better off -- a year later -- regarding health."

    Today I discuss a new face mask study, breaking down the flimsiness of the "data". Later I talk about how the medical interventions we've been advised to do over this last year have done thing to improve the health of the people, thus limiting our true protection from illness.


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    • 30 min
    Episode 29: A Different Approach to Healing - Interview with Dr. Tommy John

    Episode 29: A Different Approach to Healing - Interview with Dr. Tommy John

    Today I interview chiropractor Dr. Tommy John discussing how his own sports history led him to become a practitioner and why chiropractors get a bad rap in the mainstream medical community. We also talk about fear, the state of the world during this pandemic, and the important role the mind plays on our physiology, our ability to heal, and our ability to stay healthy. 

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 28: "There Is Only One Solution and It's a Political Change - Interview w/ Florida State Rep Anthony Sabatini

    Episode 28: "There Is Only One Solution and It's a Political Change - Interview w/ Florida State Rep Anthony Sabatini

    "I think people who love freedom and love liberty ascribe to basically two general principles which are: one, nobody should really cause harm to anybody else and number two, that people should be responsible for their own lives.  When the government plays a big role in their lives, it actually prohibits them from asserting control and autonomy over their own life." 🗣Today I speak with Anthony Sabatini, attorney and government representative for the state of Florida. He breaks down the true principles of libertarianism, discusses the dangers of big government, and points out how the pandemic simply revealed the true (dependent and fearful) nature of our citizens. He also shares his legal expertise on what types of lawsuits he feels will be successful regarding the overreaching mitigation policies across the country. This is a very informative episode, you won't want to miss it!

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    • 48 min
    Episode 27: "Even Without the Gratitude, I Would Still Get Up Every Day and Put on That Uniform" - Interview w/ Anonymous Female Cop

    Episode 27: "Even Without the Gratitude, I Would Still Get Up Every Day and Put on That Uniform" - Interview w/ Anonymous Female Cop

    "As a mom, I tend to compartmentalize; and when I'm at work, my kids are not in my head. I cannot think about where they are, what they're doing, or how their day is going. I have to be focused on being able to be home for them when my shift is over. I need to be able to go home at night. We say it all the time. At the beginning of the shift, we do our little briefing and the next words out of everybody's mouths are, 'We go home tonight.' " 🗣 Today I speak with another female cop who helps us understand a little more about life as a law enforcement officer in the US today dealing with fight or flight, fear, the defund the police movement, corruption, and being misunderstood. One of the most important topics we cover is the huge influx of individuals with special needs in the community and how that can lead to problems with how officers respond to them during calls or disturbances. She explains the importance of communication and understanding and reveals how this issue hits particularly close to home for her because of her own family members struggling with autism.
    *Note: this interview was recorded June, 2020.

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    • 49 min
    Episode 26: Crying in the Post Office

    Episode 26: Crying in the Post Office

    "I am extremely healthy. So I am consistently improving the health of the community around me. And I'm doing the same for my children who are also very healthy and have never had doctors' visits, and have never been on antibiotics. They are not the sick kids getting everybody else sick. I am not a sick adult getting everybody else sick. But somehow all that effort, all that work, all that time I put into it doesn't count for anything. No matter how hard you try to be a good person in society, if you do not follow the narrative, it doesn't matter. And it is so difficult to be on the receiving end of this vitriol when you know you have worked so hard to be a good member of society. It is really difficult to tolerate and accept that level of discrimination and hate." 🗣 Today I give an exciting update on how you will be able to stay in touch with me and receive exclusive content from me in the near future. I also share a post I wrote recently that checks in on the current state of divisiveness on the mask issue and public compliance.

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    • 41 min
    Episode 25: "How Many People Are Expendable in the Name of the Greater Good?" - Interview w/ Barbara Loe Fisher

    Episode 25: "How Many People Are Expendable in the Name of the Greater Good?" - Interview w/ Barbara Loe Fisher

    "If the government can force you to put something into your body and the body of your child without your voluntary informed consent, there will be no limit on which individual freedoms they can take away. This is about autonomy and protection of bodily integrity, and protection of autonomy is the first human right. So this is a very critical time. Everyone is going to have to make a choice: are you going to bow down or are you going to stand up and fight for your freedom?"  🗣 📣 You do NOT want to miss this episode. I guarantee you will find value in every single sentence this amazing woman speaks. I rarely gush on people—you know I have very high expectations and standards 😉—but I could listen to Barbara for hours on any topic she weighs in on! I promise this episode will be worth your time. ❤️

    Episode 25: "How Many People Are Expendable in the Name of the Greater Good?" - Interview w/ Barbara Loe Fisher

    “If the government can force you to put something into your body and the body of your child without your voluntary informed consent, there will be no limit on which individual freedoms they can take away. This is about autonomy and protection of bodily integrity, and protection of autonomy is the first human right. So this is a very critical time. Everyone is going to have to make a choice: are you going to bow down or are you going to stand up and fight for your freedom?" 🗣 Today I talk with Barbara Loe Fisher, creator of the international organization NVIC  — and let me tell you, she is someone I respect very much. There are times when every single thing someone says is necessary, intelligent, and important, and this is one of those times. Barbara shares with us what she thinks about holding the "unpopular" opinion, how the pursuit of truth and justice is ultimately led by our conscience, and discusses what we need to do to preserve our freedoms as the world enters a tumultuous and critical time. There are times when every single thing someone says is necessary, intelligent, and important, and this is one of those times. Barbara shares with us what she thinks about holding the "unpopular" opinion, how the pursuit of truth and justice is ultimately led by our conscience, and discusses what we need to do to preserve our freedoms as the world enters a tumultuous and critical time. 

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    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
1.6K Ratings

1.6K Ratings

alwaysinwonder ,

Informative and honest

Really enjoy the host and the guests on this podcast. I am thankful for people who are willing to research and share the truth instead of not even questioning the loes we’re constantly being fed by corrupt politicians and corrupt media.

nerghoul ,

Excellent analysis

You nailed it on the mask fiasco. People would rather wear a useless mask than live a healthy immune system boosting lifestyle.

maddiex012 ,

Factual, Accurate Info

I love everything about this podcast. Melissa is not here to judge anyone’s decisions. She is here to provide information that should be provided to everyone. I love how she takes a study abs breaks it down into easy, understandable language. Could not recommend listening to this prod cast enough!

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