Darrell Castle: Free Speech and Dr. Judy Mikovits

Darrell Castle, the 2008 vice presidential nominee and 2016 presidential nominee of the Constitution Party, released his podcast The Castle Report Friday along with a transcript of the show excerpted below: 

Hello this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today is Friday May 8, 2020, the 75th anniversary of VE or Victory in Europe Day.  VE Day is a national holiday in Great Britain as the British people pause for one day to celebrate the defeat of Nazi Germany. Today’s Report, however, will discuss the virus, the invisible enemy against which the whole world makes war, not the visible enemy of WW ll. For the Castle family, this is day 49 or seven weeks of quarantine. Forty-nine days without any other human contact. The family daughter remains safe on a small island at the bottom of the world with no flights in or out of the island for who knows how long.

Last week’s Castle Report provoked one of my faithful listeners to accuse me of hypocrisy in the comment section so I might as well address his inquiry right now. His comment was partially in jest but also serious, He pointed out that I favor reopening the economy for others, but I remain in quarantine. What kind of ex-Marine, Constitution Party member is that he wonders? You tell us to do one thing but do another yourself.

I recognize a certain degree of hypocrisy in my position, but as I pointed out to the gentleman both my wife and I are over 65 and we have a law firm with many employees for whom we feel a certain responsibility. We therefore transferred the employees to work from home status until it is acceptable to reopen according to our local governing authority. In addition, my daughter encourages me each night by video to stay in and stay safe. Finally, I suppose it’s like the Arab proverb, I trust God, but I still tether my camel each night.

Click here to listen to the podcast or read the transcript in full.

One thought on “Darrell Castle: Free Speech and Dr. Judy Mikovits

  1. Justin Apash

    1. I wish he would have run on the Constitution Party ticket. Although I was only registered in the CP (2008-2010), I am saddened that they made a blunder with Don Blankenship. I will be very surprised if Don Blankenship beats Virgil Goode’s total of 120,000 (I would have said the same thing even without the coronavirus which might hamper ballot access). 2. I agree with his assessment of the coronavirus that yes, people who have health vulnerability would be wise in sheltering in place but people who want to roam free so be able to. Here are some reasons, even with highest estimate of death rate it is nowhere near as deadly as the 1918 Spanish flu (not that it would make a difference of whether or not the restrictions are Constitutional or not). The vaccine is likely over a year away. Not sure if sheltering a year would be worth it. Again, if you think it is worth it, you can choose yourself to isolate. A new study showed that 66% of New York hospitalizations came from people who were staying at home. That means that even with isolation in a year’s time, chances are great that you would get it anyways. If the disease is as highly contagious as medical experts say it is then even the wind blowing could affect whether you get it.

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