Five nurses speak out about what is really going on in hospitals
If you think our healthcare system is well run and there is no corruption, you are in for a big surprise. A very open and honest conversation with 5 nurses.
The nurses are from America’s Frontline Nurses.
Hear first hand about the death threats, job dismissals, break ins, and shoddy treatment by the local police department. You’ll hear about how in the hospital patients were not fed for 9 days. You’ll learn why if you want to give a patient ivermectin it requires a court order. Is there a hospital where you can get decent care? Yes, they know of one hospital in Utah. Why can’t we create a hospital that puts patients first? Can you negotiate the outrageous hospital bills? (turns out you might be able to but I can’t).
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You all have my deep gratitude; the bravery to speak out in truth at risk of your own safety and livelihoods. I am so sorry for the horrors you have to witness and these perilous times worldwide.
As a nurse for over 35 yrs I am proud of these women. This is the absolute role of a nurse. Patient advocate!!
Fantastic interview! Among the best that I have ever seen. Thank you!
Oh gee aside from the medical side, the stuff about their messages being scrubbed, intercepted, etc. That is terrifying.
Note: Not all 5 are technically nurses. 3 are.
Is this their website?
On one of Steve's substacks, someone wrote in to alert people to that Mercy Hospital/Allina in Coons MN was planning to remove the ventilator from Steve Quiner against his wife Anne's wishes. She had called into the Stew Peters show about it. Apparently the hospital was flooded with over 300,000 calls which saved her husband's life and she got him transferred to Texas:
The article includes two recorded conversations with doctors and hospital personnel.
"On Jan. 15, Scott was transferred out of Mercy Hospital and taken to an undisclosed hospital in Texas, where Holsten [attorney] said the doctors have reported Scott to be malnourished, having lost 30 pounds underweight, and dehydrated.
Both Holsten and Quiner said doctors in Texas were “horrified” by Scott’s condition when he arrived.
“One doctor said he didn’t know how Scott made it out of that hospital alive,” Quiner said. “He looked at his chart and said, ‘I can’t believe the heavy, sedating drugs they put him on.’”
The hospital was following a rigid late-treatment COVID protocol that has “very likely killed many people,” Holsten said."
Thank you to everyone who called. This case is helping to alert the public to the death traps that hospitals are becoming. Anne stood up for her husband's rights admirably and wasn't going to be cowed by "white coats." The doctor who blamed the lack of a a covid shot for her husband's condition is as laughably ignorant as Justice Sotomayor. A crying shame when a doctor is unable to think outside the box.
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