Interview:  Talia Jackson & GLA CEO Scott Santarella On Fox 5


Actress Talia Jackson shares her personal story of being diagnosed with and living with Lyme disease on Good Day NY, FOX 5. She is joined by GLA CEO Scott Santarella. Talia currently stars in the Netflix show “Family Reunion” and was in New York to attend GLA’s 5th Annual New York Gala on October 10, 2019.

For more of Talia’s story, read her interview with Parade Magazine.



Great interview, but please know some people’s only symptoms are psychological:

Also, Lyme is the famous actor we all know by name. There are many wanna-be’s standing off stage such as: Bartonella, Babesia, Mycoplasma, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, etc. To date there are approximately 20 bacteria and viruses transmitted by ticks:

And while some want to blame “climate change,” current research has proven that to be a red herring:

Independent Canadian Tick researcher, John Scott, states:

“The climate change range expansion model is what the authorities have been using to rationalize how they have done nothing for more than thirty years. It’s a huge cover-up scheme that goes back to the 1980’s. The grandiose scheme was a nefarious plot to let doctors off the hook from having to deal with this debilitating disease. I caught onto it very quickly. Most people have been victims of it ever since.  This climate change ‘theory’ is all part of a well-planned scheme. Even the ticks are smarter than the people who’ve concocted this thing.  Climate change has nothing to do with tick movement. Blacklegged ticks are ecoadaptive, and tolerate wide temperature fluctuations…..It’s all a red herring to divert your attention.”

Recently, Scott wrote a scathing correction on erroneous research done by Ontario public officials on the fake climate change tick connection:

Please understand the DOD, DARPA, & EPA are funding this very “climate change” research.  This is an interesting finding considering the following excerpt from an article written by By Alex Bhattacharji:

Although conspiracy theorists have suggested — falsely — that Lyme disease was created in a U.S. military lab, it is true that in the years following World War II, the U.S. employed top German scientists who explored the tick’s potential in biological warfare for Nazi Germany. The researchers were investigating the tick’s ability to spread pathogens across wide areas with the potential to incapacitate entire populations.

Seventy-five years later, the tick timebomb is detonating on its own. Thanks to climate change, globalization, and other factors, ticks are not only proliferating but also becoming more malignant, more aggressive, and more likely to carry infection. A public health crisis is hiding in plain sight.

Bhattacharji got the “tick timebomb” portion correct but not the climate change non-issue regarding ticks.

I will state once again, ticks will be the last species on earth besides the IRS.