An Alarming Message About Healthcare and COVID-19 in New York City…

Anticipating a rather controversial response to this message – Original Here – the alert has been copied to retain distribution.  The EAM is provided by a nurse practitioner to notify a larger audience. Prayerfully and hopefully, the outlined issues are isolated.  Message relay presented without commentary:

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404 Responses to An Alarming Message About Healthcare and COVID-19 in New York City…

  1. ltravisjr says:

    I saw a tweet and can’t verify what out said was true, but it said Tokyo, with no lockdown, has had only 300 Covid deaths compared to NYC’s 11,000 or whatever it is now. Makes you think.

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    • TMonroe says:

      And many live in amazingly close quarters

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      • Don McAro says:

        My take on this….Look up Hantavirus….its a virus that comes from field mice droppings and urine. You catch it from breathing in the particles when the urine and dropping dry up and are disturbed..it becomes air borne…sort of like asbestos..It has the same characteristics as Wuhan on the body…..

        Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome is an infectious disease characterized by flu-like symptoms that can progress rapidly to potentially life-threatening breathing problems.

        Several types of hantaviruses can cause hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. They are carried by several types of rodents, particularly the deer mouse. You become infected primarily by breathing air infected with hantaviruses that are shed in rodent urine and droppings.

        Because treatment options are limited, the best protection against hantavirus pulmonary syndrome is to avoid rodents and their habitats. or wearing a mask when doing work… or spraying down areas with bleach.

        Symptoms

        Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome advances through two distinct stages. In the first stage, you may experience flu-like signs and symptoms that may include:

        Fever and chills
        Headaches and muscle aches
        Vomiting, diarrhea or abdominal pain
        In its early stages, hantavirus infection is difficult to distinguish from influenza, pneumonia or other viral conditions. After four to 10 days, more-serious signs and symptoms begin. They typically include:

        A cough that produces secretions
        Shortness of breath
        Fluid accumulating within the lungs
        Low blood pressure
        Reduced heart efficiency

        All the cities that allow people to use the streets and subways as a bathroom have a serious problem… NYC most notably. North Jersey is having a problem because a good percentage of these people work in NYC. Here is the problem with NYC. The subways produce a lot of air volume when the trains go through the tunnels. the air is vented out of grates into the streets and up the subway stairs.
        Also people stepping in urine and human waste…dragging into offices, restaurants, cabs, busses and taxies…
        I’m am sure this practice is concentrating the virus much more then person to person contact in the NYC area (west cost included) .

        Call me crazy…I had Hantavirus when I was younger… it came from doing demo work on a house… i got pretty dam sick…

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    • Cuomo and/or DeBlaso were sending Virus patients to rehab centers, actually known in common terminology as nursing homes to recoup prior to going home.
      Hmmm wonder why so many deaths in NY now??? Then one has to remember that NY gets paid more money for a virus death, so 90% of All deaths were recorded as virus, even when the person that died was not tested

      Andrew Cuomo’s coronavirus nursing home policy proves tragic: Goodwin
      https://nypost.com/2020/04/21/cuomo-coronavirus-nursing-home-policy-proves-tragic-goodwin/

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    • rondonmonson says:

      We have to watch for the LEFT putting out false flags, they do it all the time. This could very well be a placed false flag. If this was a real Nurse {and it may be} why wouldn’t she darken her face etc. etc. We shall see, but the left are evil people, just like they send out people with Nazi signs to our events, they could very well pull something like this off, then announce shes a Librarian 3 weeks later. Its part of their M.O.

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      • wanthetruth says:

        She’s a nurse practitioner NOT on the frontlines. Did you listen to it?

        A nurse that is her friend went to New York to help out – THAT nurse is the one that asked this person in the video to get the word out.

        Everything she says in the video, tracks with the what has been being reported by Drs that have noticed the problem is blood not BEING ABLE to carry oxygen as opposed to the lungs not being able to oxygenate the blood. Problem is with the blood – not the lungs. It’s why the high PEEP ventilation is destroying the lungs. That’s part of what is killing the ventilated patients.

        What I would add, is that if you say the medicine you want to be given in the hospital has been being given at home, you’ll have to know the dosage info, etc. you want given to the patient, and be able to inform hospital of that at the same time they go in.

        It’s all so terrible, horrifying, and sad! Evil people. Terrifying helplessness in these situations regarding Covid19.

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        • rondonmonson says:

          SHE SAYS………..I am telling you, the left plants FALSE FLAGS, we have to be very careful. No saying it is not true, I am saying be wary. They are evil personified. Satan lies also, they rem ind me of Satan. They have no morals and thus anything goes.

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        • Kureelpa says:

          Don’t forget that Hospitals get $39000 if a patient goes on a ventilator & more if they die – follow the money. I’d like to know if the patients who have Supplemental Insurance, as well as Medicare get ‘better’ care than the Medicare patients?
          The reason that I am asking that is because last year, right before she was to leave hospital, my 90 y/o MiL had a Tracheostomy performed at Tufts in MA, because they couldn’t get a breathing tube down her because she had a ‘growth’ in her throat. Well the ‘growth’ turned out to be a lump of mucus, but it took her 6 months to heal from the unnecessary Tracheostomy & quite a bit of that time was spent in Tufts. This was of course nothing to do with Covid19 – just an ordinary day at this hospital.
          She has very good Insurance & Doctors are always over-servicing her IMO.
          As for the Dosage of the Hydroxychloroquine, etc Dr Vladimir Zelenko put that out on the net some time ago.

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    • Heine Ootenvault says:

      I just looked up Tokyo. 106 deaths, 372 in the entire country. Tokyo has a population of 37 million.

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    • MrBlue says:

      Some of it It comes down to the attack rate. If Cuomo’s numbers are to be believed in his press conference today, roughly 1/4 of NYC (and almost 15% of NY state) residents could have antibodies to the WuFlu. That’s likely well over 1m people, perhaps over 2m for 12k deaths.

      The disease is more contagious than the seasonal flu and more deadly and we are a generally more obese and sick population vs other parts of the world = high risk for WuFlu hospitalization on infection.

      If you’ve spent any time in places like Japan prior to the pandemic, you see their population wears masks quite frequently, esp during the winter season.

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      • ltravisjr says:

        I appreciate the comments. I want the truth whatever it is. Why is 50K for Covid19 more deadly than 80K for seasonal flu? Given the Japan example would we be fine to just use masks and have no lockdown? Would that work next fall? Finally, Sweden has no lockdown, North Dakota doesn’t, and that Navy ship obviously didn’t but none had mortality spikes beyond what we have seen in the lockdown locales. Do we have good explanations for those?

        I will be honest, I am anti lockdown but am open to other info in the pursuit of the truth.

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        • David A says:

          Why is 50K for Covid19 more deadly than 80K for seasonal flu?

          My understanding is Flu and penumonia deaths dropped like a rock after the lockdowns. This makes perfect sense. A disease that spreads via close physical contact cannot spread if there is no close physical contact. ( Not disputable)

          Sure, you can discuss how effective the lockdown was, indeed it is possible that the lockdown was much more effective than they thought it would be. Also every word the above nurse relayed from her friend about New York in politics and their care of covid-19 patients is very likely true.

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          • ltravisjr says:

            oh I see the point – thanks. I had assumed the lower flu number deaths were because they are writing off a lot of them as Covid19 deaths instead. Maybe I am wrong, or maybe it’s a little of both. Thanks though, I hadn’t realized that perspective.

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  2. Bossman says:

    Need her name, hospital to boost credibility. Otherwise… ignored.

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    • Lev25v10 says:

      And the nurse at minimum gets fired… if not Jeffrey Epstein’d.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      Sorry but this account sounds entirely legitimate—especially the comment about NY hospitals and physicians not using hydroxychloroquine. Her account supports the emerging idea that medical care during the Wuhan virus has been politicized. If that’s the only value of her account that’s good enough. Besides, this is the internet. People say all sorts of things here—even you.

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      • bertdilbert says:

        Sounds like they are running a vent mill. You get paid 30k per vent from the government. You get what you pay for. Probably the same hospital where they ordered 300k masks.

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      • Kirsty I says:

        Is it just because I’m a nurse or am I an eejit?
        This woman is a nurse, she knows what she’s talking about with her intubation knowledge and closed air systems in ventilators.
        She knows Plaquenil, Zinc and Zpaks work like magic.
        We know that prisoners who are NOT social distancing have a 95% rate of carrying the antibodies. In other words they’ve had it and they didn’t even know it.
        The problem is with old people, with pre-existing conditions and reusing intubation tubes and not checking the patient at the bed side, but at the door!
        I’m freaking.
        This is ritual murder!
        If she is lying she wouldn’t just lose her license she’d go to jail.
        Check her facebook page.
        Please, somebody take this seriously.
        A nurse, just one nurse.

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      • Terry says:

        Review this protocol

        Click to access EVMS_Critical_Care_COVID-19_Protocol.pdf

        Page 9,10 explains what is happening in NYC
        This is why I want to know how I should be treated

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      • Kureelpa says:

        I agree too & she did state that she didn’t think it was all Hospitals – some Hospitals are hopeless, I particularly think some in the NE are & I have told my husband to never ever put me in one in MA, after I have seen outcomes of Family who have gone in there & that was before Covid 19.
        Different States have vastly different levels of Medical Care throughout the US, you can probably find a list online, they are graded.
        There are 250000 deaths from Medical errors per year – Covid 19 deaths kind of pale by comparison – to that.

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      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        I don’t understand some folks. A lot of us have been saying that this whole thing is being politicized for the express purpose of defeating the President. We all know that big fredo lied. He lied about needing more hospitals. He lied about needing ventilators. He lied about PPEs. He lied and lied and LIED. Here we have credible evidence that something really IS rotting in New York. Now the call is for this woman to willfully endanger her source just so people can satisfy themselves that they are so much smarter than everyone else.

        I saw the video the ICU doctor made. He was one of the first to sound the alarm about ventilators. I’m not surprised youtube removed it. The left is pure, undiluted evil and NOTHING will stop their pursuit of power. They do not care. The more people die the better their propaganda.

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    • sundance says:

      She is identified and cited in the introduction.

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      • tacocat43 says:

        The identification sounded blurred out. I believe this woman. I don’t think an actress could pull this one off. Those with knowledge of ventilators know that is an end game. There are amny things not adding up with this virus.

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      • Terry says:

        Sundance
        Back in March my Dr read to me on a telemed appointment the EVMS prevent. Did not know where it came from then. When I tracked it down and understood the implications I have been tring to spead wide and far. Not sure how successfull. I sent you a general email about this. This video goes right to the heart of why I what to know the best protocol when, not if I get exposed.

        PLEASE, please do a full article on the EVMS protocol

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      • Terry says:

        Facebook censored already

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    • drg13miami says:

      I agree. She says she is NOT from NY. She will be tracked down wherever she’s from.

      She seems to be conversant with ventilators, so I believe she’s experienced in nursing and respiratory stuff.

      My choice is to believe her, especially knowing that Dr. Kyle-Slidel voiced similar feelings in his video about two weeks ago. And a day or two ago, those two well-spoken doctors from Cali basically disagreed that hospitals were killing patients whether knowingly or not.

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  3. vicarioushikermom says:

    I am not surprised. My husband was killed in the hospital after coming in with severe nausea and no other symptoms, EKG fine, bp fine, etc. The doc sent him for a ct scan and the injected dye killed him. He TOLD them he’d been dianosed with asthma and the ct dye is NOT to be given to asthmatics. Before telling me he’d died, the doc was careful to call the medical examiner so he could report to me that it was my husband’s fault for not having seen a doctor in a year. That was the worst day of my life, but before that both my husband and I have had bad experiences with medical ‘professionals’ as had my mother before she died. I really don’t think most of them know what they are doing at all.

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    • TMonroe says:

      Sorry to hear that. The coverup makes it even worse.

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    • Bill says:

      That is why they are calling their “profession” a practice.
      Always practicing on the next victim, err I mean patient.

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      • suburbanwoman says:

        Agree. Years ago I worked microfilming records for state professional boards. Had to microfilm the Board of Healing Arts records. While I know there are plenty of good Drs and I have had good Drs for the most part myself, I was absolutely blown away how many Drs barely passed by the hair of their chinny chin chin and received that professional reassuring certificate that hangs on their office wall. That was the point in my life the realization sunk in that they are human, they are not God.

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      • Kirsty I says:

        Actually, there’s a big difference between an R.N. a B.Sc.N and a N.P.
        A nurse practicioner can act as a medic if there isn’t one around. She can prescribe meds and do minor surgeries.
        There is a BIG difference between an R.N. and a N.P.
        Huge!
        It’s not something you would throw away just to start a rumour.
        She’d be in jail on multiple counts if she’s lying.

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        • MustangBlues says:

          OK.Kristy you say so but:::

          How about spelling it out?? What are the differences?-education, certifications, specialties, experience levels??? What difference does it make???

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          • Kirsty I says:

            To become a registered nurse you would go to a college or nursing school, hosted within a teaching hospital. You would spend your first year doing entirely academics: anatomy and physiology, you would understand the organs systems and the lymphatic systems. The main vessels, which would be incorporated into the A&P.
            You don’t do much head and neck, very general. Not much neurological, sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.
            You would spend a lot of time on the ward, you would learn aseptic technique, putting in IVs, moving patients, knowing the right meds, how to chart, etc.
            The course is usually two years long.

            A nurse practitioner on the other hand would be looking deeper than the organs, she would have a much greater understanding at the cellular level. She would have to have a much greater understanding of medication interactions, etc. She would know how to do minor surgeries. Removal of lipomas, foreign objects, suturing wounds, intubating patients and it would take a four year course in University with a one year residency.
            In some Hospitals, teaching hospitals for example, she would act very much like a hospitalist.
            A hospitalist is a physician who takes care of patients whose physicians don’t have privileges in that hospital and would oversee the primary care of the physician. They are often partnered with a N.P. who could step in if necessary.

            A Nurse Practitioner could work in out of the way places, like the North or small villages without primary care physicians. They would be able to take medical care of the patients to a degree no RN would be allowed to. The training of an RN is more specific in the observations of the patients but they can’t interfere in diagnosis or write Rx’s.
            Obviously there’s much more to it but that’s the gist.

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        • eclecticmn says:

          NPs are taking over for MDs to save money. I had a gallbladder removed a year ago. They infected my liver during the process. NP put in the PICC line. Infectious disease specialist is NP. I wanted hacking checked and pulmonary specialist is NP. Liver person is NP. This is at big hospital in Minneapolis. Also hospitalists often serve night duty as the specialist MD is not needed for most common problems that arise at night.

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        • Kureelpa says:

          A NP can act as a Doctor, NPs take patients – just like MDs, or DOs do – my MiL has been seeing an NP for more than a Decade in NH.

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    • Georgia says:

      People don’t know what happened to Medicine– that the Rockefellers got into it at every level and changed it from healing to Pills and Radical Surgery profit making– and destroyed anyone who opposed them — the truth is in the historical record nearly no one knows about. All should know, because the Rockefellers and their allies (Gates et al) are responsible for what is happening right now also– it’s all connected: https://www.corbettreport.com/episode-286-rockefeller-medicine/

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      • jmilamdeal says:

        Georgia, You are absolutely correct! Rockefeller got involved shortly after 1900 and financed medical schools, got into drugs, and made the medical schools teach what he wanted them to teach in order to get his financing. They taught giving drugs and cutting things out, began the medical societies, and claimed that anyone doing anything different, like the herbalists, and any other medial people were quacks! These days there are doctors that realize some of what they are taught is wrong, but if they don’t abide by what their medical society says, they will lose their license! One of the worse things about that whole system is how many people that have high blood pressure or diabetes ever get healed? practically none, the drugs simply mask the symptoms, when in reality a healthy diet and regular exercise, along with some supplements, they can be cured, but the doctors have less than a week in med school about nutrition, so they do not realize that! Did you know that an oil made from the marijuana plant will cure cancer? You see the drug companies make billions from cancer treatments, so they don’t want that information out there! And vaccines, don’t get me started! Bill Gates and Dr. Fauci are all about vaccines, even to the point of mandating people get them! The CDC owns a number of patents on vaccines, so does Bill Gates! Have you noticed the uptake of kids with autism and other health problems since they started giving them so many vaccines? My wife has a friend who had a little girl, and after her vaccinations developed diabetes at 18 months, then when she got in school, a few of her classmates had it too! I’d better stop now, I’m sure if you’d like to know that information it’s on the web, except anything against vaccines has been mostly censored recently!

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      • botchedcasuality says:

        It continues today more snd more mandatory vaccines and repression and ridicule of alternate holistic care.

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      • Do not omit the Rothschilds. They’ve been in this longer than even Soros

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      • TJ says:

        Selling snake oil is a Rockefeller family tradition.

        “The image of the traveling snake oil salesman of 19th century America is by now a familiar trope
        [..]
        “In these respects, William Levingston was your average snake oil salesman.
        [..]
        “There was one thing that set him apart however.
        [..]
        His actual name was William Avery Rockefeller, and he was the father of John D. Rockefeller, founder of the infamous Rockefeller dynasty.
        https://www.corbettreport.com/meet-william-rockefeller-snake-oil-salesman/

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    • jersey814 says:

      The old saying ” Doctors bury their mistakes “.

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    • Pokey says:

      Government has taken over the healthcare system and they always use a one size fits all solution to every problem. This bureaucratic method is why government is totally unsuited to run our healthcare industry. We haven’t even accepted the Obamacare nationalization and the medical industry is now controlled by the Communist Globalists. This crap will get a lot worse, I believe. People always want everything to be cheaper and the only entity that can provide cheaper is government and they provide crap for a cheaper rate.
      I am pre-diabetic, according to my doctor and I can’t even get a routine checkup because my Doctor has been ordered not to treat anything except potential Corolla virus cases, and even those cases are immediately sent to the hospitals. The most alarming thing to me is that Medicare will pay hospitals and extra 15% for each patient they had to treat and who died. So, our corrupted hospitals seem to be paying attention to their revenue streams all right.
      As to your situation, I am in sympathy with you because I am seeing a lot of people coming out of the hospitals in bad shape these days. Maybe it is because I am old, but the stories some of the survivors tell are terrible.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Government has taken over the healthcare system and they always use a one size fits all solution to every problem. This bureaucratic method is why government is totally unsuited to run our healthcare industry.”

        According to Mark Levin on his FNC show several weeks ago, 36 states, along with D.C., have “Certificate Of Need” laws which hospitals have to justify just about everything they do or want to do.

        When Andrew Cuomo decided to force the closure of many smaller community hospitals several years ago, his justification was that technology would make up the difference. I don’t know why he decided not to invest in the ~15,000 or so ventilators that his own Health Dept. recommended he stockpile.

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        • …because that money went to graft, cartels and unnecessary purchases.

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        • drg13miami says:

          Methinks cuomo speaks with forked tongue. He will say whatever he thinks he needs to to get more and more money for his profligate spending. He’s strictly a showboater cut from the same cloth as little brother chris.

          I’m not going to declare myself prescient. But when I was about to enter medical practice in 1973, I saw how crowded and impersonal ny was even then. I had nice offers to stick around, e.g., New Rochelle, White Plains, Scarsdale, parts of NJ.

          But I said to myself, “Self, why do I want to stay in this crappy climate? I’ve already eaten in most of nyc’s “finest” restaurants. I have two kids, with four on the way. Let me out of here.” And I still love Miami in spite of whatever “bad” things might be said about it.

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      • cattastrophe says:

        Actually I’ve seen just the opposite as far as surgeries and care but all of the good outcomes were because of the doctor they had. The treatments and protocols for surgery were the same but it was the doctor who used it that made the difference. This of course is about the smallest sample of what’s happening overall but I still wanted to share.

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    • carac100 says:

      I’m so sorry for your loss. The doctor behaved terribly. What does not having seen a doctor in a year have to do with being injected with CT scan dye when he never should have been? What a nightmare. A hospital almost killed my mother with CT scan dye, and her doctor also denied that her obvious extreme reaction immediately after being injected with the dye had anything to do with the dye. He claimed she’d had a panic attack, though she had been perfectly calm before being injected and had no history of panic attacks. Our medical system is highly dysfunctional, and what’s going on in New York City right now sounds truly criminal.

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      • Country_Kat says:

        I had a similar experience being told I was having ‘panic attacks’ when it turned out I was having partial seizures. I actually diagnosed my own problem is the really sad part.

        I had these ‘episodes’ (only thing I knew to call them at the time) for over a year and during my 3rd pregnancy. Then finally one day I had a full blown grand-mal seizure, they decided to induce me thinking it was stress from the pregnancy. Seizures didn’t stop.

        Before the grand-mal seizure, I had started doing research like crazy searching for symptoms I was having in the only words I knew how to describe it such as “deja vu” and finally stumbled across symptoms for Jacksonian seizures (partial seizures). Even told my doctor that my symptoms aligned perfectly and she just blew them off and increased my Zoloft again.

        Had an appointment with a neurologist, handed him a printed out paper where I’d highlighted all of the symptoms I’d been having for over a year that my doctor kept saying were anxiety attacks. Neurologist shook his head and asked if the highlights were what I was experiencing which I confirmed. He flat out said some doctors should never have been licensed and that I had more sense than the doctor I was seeing being I had figured it out before I’d had the full blown seizure.

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        • CountryClassVulgarian says:

          That is why the “health care professionals” love to tell us “don’t believe anything you read on the internet”. They very well know that knowledge is power and as long as they can wow us with their “knowledge” they have power over us, our well being and the well being of our loved ones.
          They will continue to insist that anything we read on the internet is “wrong” and “unproven” and “untested” because heaven forbid we get ourselves informed and take proactive action for our own good.
          Notice too they always laugh and mock doctors who recommend natural, non-pharmaceutical methods of healing as “quacks”. Can’t have that. They lose money and they lose control over our lives when we stop listening to them.

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          • Country_Kat says:

            100% truth in your comment. Needless to say it didn’t take me long to find another PCP. The 2nd PCP, he was good in the sense that he listened and was willing to try the things that you wanted to try but he was so darned scatter brained all the time. I’ve often wondered if he was self medicating. I actually had to inform him when he was going to give me a script for T-3’s for this non-stop headache I’ve had since I was like 16, that Acetaminophen combined with one of my seizure meds was a huge no-no. It increased the liver damage caused by both meds, he was like oh, I didn’t know that. 🤦‍♀️

            The doctor I see now is a good fellow, truly cares. I don’t go to the doctor’s office anymore than I have to and I have to be half dead before I set up an appointment. This doctor doesn’t even accept insurance (I haven’t had insurance in years), he charges $50 a month and you have unlimited access to him through appointments, email and even his personal cell phone. I’m perfectly happy seeing a doctor once a year to keep things ‘lawful’ for them to continue my seizure meds but this guy, he won’t let me do that even though he gets nothing extra. He figured out quickly that if I had enough refills, I’d cancel my regular 3 month check-ins. So now he will only give me 3 months of refills at a time so I don’t have a choice but to at least check in with him. He supports me in using an all natural ‘ground tea leaf’ called Kratom, the only thing that knocks a dent in my headache and knows I prefer natural remedies if there are any so he put me on simple fish oil to help bring my cholesterol down and it’s working (it isn’t too high but most doctors would have just simply put me on a script for it). He spends at least a half an hour with each patient he sees, it’s not just a hi here’s your script now get lost appointment. I like this guy good enough that I took my 11 year old out of the pediatric’s clinic that she’s seen since birth and she now sees the same doctor as me and he only charges me an extra $10 a month for her and our oldest daughter (19).

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            • CountryClassVulgarian says:

              Wow!!! Hope you come back to check this message. You should check out Antartic Krill oil – it’s much better than regular fish oil. I have been using it for some time now.

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              • Country_Kat says:

                Thank you for that tip! Is there a certain brand or anything specific that I should look out for? I’d never heard of it so don’t know anything to be aware of. Like with the fish oil, I knew to make sure it was enteric coated so that it doesn’t make you burp fish oil all day.

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    • Kureelpa says:

      Yes, 2 people in my husband’s family have had terrible outcomes at both Mass General & Tufts University Hospital, in the last year.
      I stay as far away from Doctors as I can – 5 years before the last time I went & I only went then because my Health Insurance required it – I’m close to 70.
      I don’t take meds, so I don’t have them with a Colonoscopy & no Doctor has ever badgered me about it before, but during the one I had in a Doctor’s office last year the Doctor kept asking me if I wanted anything during the procedure.
      I finally figured out that If I didn’t have anything – his offsider anesthesiologist didn’t get paid by my Insurance, then I figured out that his equipment was large, old & outdated – so I won’t be going back there. Worst Colonoscopy I’ve ever had.
      On Long Island there seem to be some older Doctors, who are close to retirement, who still want to practice, but haven’t bothered to spend the money to upgrade their offices & equipment, for decades.

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      • drg13miami says:

        I think you have a valid point. I believe that for colonoscopy, each of us should seek out a busy doctor(s) that does many of them. Nowadays, as far as I know, they all require a visit prior to the colonoscopy.

        We each need to specifically inquire about anesthesia and who will do it, and their experience.

        I used to opt for no anesthesia, including when my doc found my Stage 4 colon cancer. Actually I saw the cancer on the monitor a split second before he did. Obviously it was never a pleasant procedure.

        That was in 1997. Since then I’ve always opted to be put out by a dose of Propofol. It’s still never pleasant re the prep but it’s a lot better than being awake and aware.

        Clearly, these days each of us has the ability to check others’ experiences with all sorts of procedures. We ought to do that.

        Had I listened to my specialists through the years, I’d have not survived more than 25 surgeries; myriad chemos; and enough radiation to light a city. And, no, I don’t have an easy solution to give anybody.

        We certainly should try to seek out more than one MD’s opinion. And by no means would I demean nurses, PAs, other types of physician assistants, but most think they are actually trained physicians, and they obviously aren’t.

        My bottom line is to still go with my gut. At this moment, almost 23 years after being diagnosed with colon cancer (later spread 4 times to my liver), I still go with my gut.

        So I am an anesthesia advocate, to be sure. The way I figure, in essence, is that if it’s my time to die, then I want to be asleep.

        Currently hoping that Covid doesn’t get me. Praying.

        Yes, I know I’ve rambled a bit. Sorry about that.

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        • Kureelpa says:

          Drg13 – I’m sure it won’t- just think positive, take your Multivitamins, B Complex, (Stress), Fish Oil & some Olive Leaf – if you need it. 😉
          My maternal side of the family has a horrendous HX of Colorectal Cancer, so I’ve been going for a Colonoscopy & having Polyps removed since I was 42. I changed my diet, introduced more grains, seeds, vegetables & fruit & I had no Polyps last year, after a 5 year break. Prior to that I had 2 removed every few years. I also have a Diverticulosis, that occasionally causes me problems, but I just go onto a clear fluid diet for a few days & the inflammation subsides. I have a theory that you can eat as much roughage as you like – so long as you drink plenty of water. I’ve had some bad reactions to meds & anesthesia in the past, so I never have them if I can help it. Lumpectomies done with locals – even axillary lumps – on the upside you can see & hear what is going on. A young Doctor injured my Lower Brachial Plexus during a lumpectomy – crippled my left arm I felt the electric shock – I just didn’t know what happened. The injury was bad, I couldn’t work, but the denial from the Doctors was soul destroying, they even tried to give me Valium & tell me that I was a malingerer. There I was having a full blown cuss session when they pulled that stunt.
          I went from being a very fit, healthy, body builder who worked out 1.5 hrs a day x 5 days a week, ran & biked on weekends, who competed, to having a crippled left arm, with a numb hand that was like a claw. I was also a Phlebotomist, but I couldn’t even justify asking to do light duties in our very busy Clinic. I didn’t feel that I was earning my pay, so I took time off.
          Anyway, I stay away from Doctors, I’m not interested in taking their Meds – I’ve yet to hear one say if you lose 5lb, cut down on your salt, spice & Alcohol intake for a few months, maybe you won’t need a medication to lower your BP, or maybe if you cut down on fats, eat Original Rolled Oats & Oat Bran & walk a couple of miles 5 days a week, you won’t need a Statin – NOPE – it’s just – “we’re got this great pill for you, it has some side effects, including Anal Leakage, but take it anyway – you’ll be fine”.
          🙂 Doing my own lil ramble here.

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    • Your Royal Highness says:

      My stepdad who had dementia but stayed status quo until an aide gave him a cold. Long story short an ER “doctor” gave him albuterol for a cold. Never told me he was and I was his healthcare proxy. They will ignore you and just do what they want as if you aren’t even there. All of a sudden he had congestive heart failure. He had no problems with his heart up until that point. Looking up the drug the AHA lists the drug as one that can cause or exacerbate heart failure. They in essence killed him. He went downhill quickly after that. He lived with me, it was very hard to watch him suffer day in and day out.
      He used to always say to me “doctor’s will kill you”. He was so right! This was a man who never had an immunization and took no prescription drugs and served in the US Navy during WWII. I really miss him.
      Now imagine what goes on when there is NO ONE to ask any questions. They probably have many dementia patients who can’t make any medical decisions more than likely agreeing to whatever the “doctor” says.

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    • Norma Jean says:

      Totally agree, My mom was being treated for bronchitis and asthma. The drs suggested we take her north to see if her breathing got better. Day one she was admitted into the hospital and placed on 9 ltr oxygen. She was diagnosed with forth stage congestive heart failure. She died… it was too late. I’m so sorry for your loss hikermom… I often think by the time I get to that age, perhaps our losses will lead us with knowledge. Something good has to come from such ineptness. I truly believe there is special place for these people.. they will be held accountable.

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  4. furtive says:

    Do you really think these lunatics wouldn’t inflate the mortality rates by underreporting the infection rates in an attempt to steal the election?

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    • California Joe says:

      Exactly! Democrat mayors like Deblasio control municipal hospital systems like the one in New York City. The most famous New York City hospital is Bellview. Multiply New York City by Chicago where Michelle Obama was paid $800,000 to be on the board of the Chicago Hospital System and all the city and county hospitals in Blue States like New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, California, Oregon and Washington State and you can see the opportunity for the Democrats to control the Coronavirus death and hospitalization statistics. Add in the complicity of the CDC and NIH to turn a blind eye or even pad the numbers and, well, you can imagine the rest.

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      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Would be interesting to look into John Hopkins
        and Cummings and Mayor Katherine Kiddie Books,
        also.

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      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        Jason Goodman – CrowdSource The Truth – did a video of Bellevue are the new york times claimed there were make shift morgues outside the hospital because they were “overwhelmed” by the enormous number of deaths. He saw no make shift morgues, no constant movement of dead bodies from the hospital to the non existent make shift morgues. The EMT people were sitting/standing around the ambulances calmly taking to each other. There was no sense of urgency or fear or of being overwhelmed. One of them did say they were seeing an increase in calls but he did not know if the patients were all Wuhan virus. None of them knew anything about make shift morgues.

        This is a pure political move. These demonrat governors and mayors are deliberately padding the numbers for money and power. They are deliberately trying to cause maximum economic distress. Big fredo wants to keep New York locked down for eighteen months. Now the racist governor of Virginia has to top that. He is claiming the state may have to stay in lock down for two years. They will not stop. Power at any cost.

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    • Exactly. The benefit of the doubt has been forfeited by these sociopaths.

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  5. I found her completely unbelievable, untrustworthy. I watched the first 6 minutes; I have dialup internet, very slow. No hesitance, no awkwardness, no stopping to think of even a word, much less the next point to make; it’s just an ever-rising sales pitch, one incendiary claim after another (she has to be reading from a script), by a trained actress, and perfectly made up face and hair, too (so is the minimalist background). I wouldn’t put out this video without at least 2 or 3 independent confirmations of both the woman and her points.

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    • theasdgamer says:

      Since Sundance has access to facebook, he can go to her page. Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell made some of the same points as the nurse about doctors killing people with high PEEP vent settings. The New Orleans ER doc who posted about covid warned that high PEEP settings shouldn’t be used.

      I rate Dr. Kyle-Sidell high on the accuracy meter.

      The nurse’s delivery had many hesitations, although she likely practiced her rant. Her claims about hospital/medical mismanagement ring true, but can only be accepted provisionally without independent confirmation.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “The nurse’s delivery had many hesitations, although she likely practiced”.

        I have practiced before some of my public speaking engagements in years past, because I do not do it on a regular basis.

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      • drg13miami says:

        Sure, I’d like proof. But until what she says is quashed, I believe her. Better to allow the affected to make perhaps a “better” somewhat informed decision.

        About a week or two ago, I happened to see Dr. Kyle-Slidell’s video about the high pressure vent settings. I youtubed it again this evening, and he is convincing.

        For me, what he said corresponds to what the girl said.

        The girl was extremely nervous; that was the cause of any hesitation. I didn’t perceive she was reading or prompted or particularly made-up for this role.

        If you’re able, you should get some HCQ, azithromycin, and zinc if you can. Find the dosages online. Frankly, I have enough for me and my Beautiful Wife right at hand.

        And the doctor was obviously smart and well-trained.

        I will continue to pray that nobody I know gets this plague. The fact is, however, I have a second cousin (whom I didn’t know) who died from this, according to family.

        I won’t dismiss what either said, albeit I’m somewhat incredulous, in general, in my senescence.

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        • Kimmy K says:

          I heard on the radio recently that you can no longer buy zinc off the shelf in MI, Witchmer had it removed.

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          • cattastrophe says:

            Removed or bought up. In the case of Vitamin C even Online the supply of Vitamin C on some sites (those I’ve used for years) isn’t available in the cheaper larger sizes. I think people are ordering these vitamins themselves since most doctors no long encourage the use of vitamins for anything.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “I wouldn’t put out this video without at least 2 or 3 independent confirmations of both the woman and her points.”

      I am glad your not in charge of these things.
      It is obvious that you do not know our Governor.

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      • Kimmy K says:

        This^^^ Deplorable Infidel

        Also, apparently not aware of Event 201, ID2020, Gates and his ties to Fauxi and Birx, etc

        These people are EVIL.

        If you make a list at all the things “they” can push with this pandemic, it’s a demoncrats dream.

        Try to stop reelection of PDJT
        Crash economy
        Limit freedoms
        Force vaccines
        Force ID for work, etc
        End cash
        Mail in voting and much more

        C-certificate
        O-of
        V-vaccination
        ID-identification

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    • republicanvet91 says:

      So, you would consider her account…anecdotal?

      Similar to so many medical politicians who think the Hydro/Zpac treatment is…anecdotal?

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    • Over the years, I’ve been acquainted with more than a few well-educated extroverts who just naturally speak so fluidly and “on point” that it sounds like they’re reading from a script . . . except they weren’t because they were right in front of me in a diner, coffeehouse, or bar talking about revolution or whatever topic we happened to be mulling at the moment.

      The nurse in this video is a gorgeous woman that is used to holding forth among other smart people and thrives on communication. If we draw a venn diagram, the circle of that personality type is much larger than the circle of paid actresses. You could be right, but the odds are very against your theory.

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    • Aisheschayal says:

      Why is everyone here missing a vital point she makes right off the bat, she is reporting what another nurse is telling her. Of course her reaction and behavior will be different than if she was the actual nurse that was involved on the frontline. I am a nurse, I think I understand what she is saying. She is young and probably not hardened to the fact that most of us who have done critical care know, empathy and compassion play second fiddle in the ICU and ER. I believe them, but I think it’s not the whole story and may be coming from nurses not so experienced in critical care.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        The mention of long IV lines so that the pole and pumps could be positioned outside the room gave me a visual. Add on a few tubing extensions, close the tubing in the glass door, and let the “weather stripping” hold the tubing in place without crimping it off. Keep an eye on your patient through the glass, take vital signs off the monitor, but try to consolidate incursions into the room. The nurse would still have to go to the bedside every hour or two. It is probably the mid-levels and MD (including residents) who never go to the bedside to assess the patients. Sounds real.

        It was the parts about skipping from nasal cannula straight to intubation, no HCQ+Zn (even though it is cheap and has a good safety profile), and especially the part about people not showing up for codes that raised my hackles.

        Glad to be retired.

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    • tacocat43 says:

      you are soooo wrong. She had to think at times for what she wanted to get across and aslo to make the next point. She looked right at the camera. People who lie won’t look at you. Rapid blinks are another indication of lying. Mothers can spot a liar a mile away.

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    • … too much out there corroborates her and unless YOU have ever been right in the thick of a horrific incident with the media putting out wrong information and people dying…I don’t think your opinion about how she should act is relevant.

      And since NOBODY in the world alive has ever been in this situation before I really think your skepticism is…easily dismissed

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  6. kleen says:

    Cameron Kyle Sidell’s videos are good. I watched them and shared them.

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  7. kleen says:

    I hate the NYT, but this video goes in line with what she is saying. Worth watching even if we have to give this hateful media NYT clicks. Worth it.

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    • mike says:

      Numerous biochemical problems are common. Hypoascorbemia. Hypokalemia. Hypomagnesemia, Zinc deficiency and lack of natural ionophores. Vitamin D deificiencies. But Big Medicine centers can’t be bothered to even check, much less re-load.

      Take care of the “little stuff: and often the big ones disappear.

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      • jus wundrin says:

        Good point. Ive read articles, and have seen docs where fixing the persons biochemistry helps the body cure the bigger problem. A simple blood/urine test can point out those deficiencies. Doctors egos can also be an issue.

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  8. kleen says:

    “What disease are we treating?”: Why the coronavirus is harming many doctors
    By Robin Stein and Ainara Tiefenthäler • April 14, 2020
    Doctors say the coronavirus is challenging basic medical principles, leading some to abandon long-established ventilation protocols for certain patients. But other doctors warn that this can be dangerous.

    Luciano Gattinoni, one of the world’s leading researchers on ARDS, says there are good reasons for the confusion.

    Gattinoni wrote an editorial examining 150 covid19 patients in Italy and found 2 distinct groups

    L and H

    You cannot do the same protocol for everyone
    If they come and you have no idea if the patient is type H or L
    you probably cause a disaster in 50% of patients

    20 to 30% of patients fits ARDS profile.
    50% don’t

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  9. republicanvet91 says:

    I am not at all surprised to see this having gone to several VA hospitals since 1991. I just wonder where the concern was when veterans were dying right and left because of the same pathetic care? It’s my belief that at some point when problems like the VA are not addressed, or problems in nursing homes as we hear more and more, it is only a matter of time before that sloppy level of care gets into the private sector.

    Am I surprised she does not want to name her friend or hospitals? Absolutely not. Look at the whistle blower situation with the VA where they will fire any whistle blower in a heartbeat, and Congress stays silent. Veterans cost too much and their job is done, so why bother.

    I could imagine all kinds of frivolous complaints being submitted to their state licensing board if they don’t just shut up and do as they’re told.

    Just today, I read an article about quite a number of veterans in a home in PA are dying, and family members can’t get answers.

    https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/it-s-a-sinking-ship-covid-19-deaths-triple-at-state-run-vets-nursing-home-as-families-clamor-for-information-1.627356

    A veteran is beaten to death by a VA staffer in Louisiana, everyone looked the other way until a local coroner forced the issue. It took almost 4 more years before the VA staffer was held accountable. Nobody in any authority in any health care system did that. It was the local coroner.
    A veteran cannot get care in NJ, so he goes outside, pours gasoline over himself and lights himself on fire. Nobody is held accountable.
    Many veterans dying at a vets home in Illinois from Legionnaires, yet nothing is done to clean the place up. Excuses are made.
    A veteran in Iowa is killed after his fourth brain surgery in a month by a quack VA doctor. It turns out the doctor lost his license for malpractice in 2 states, yet the VA hired him anyway. Oh, the doctor was fired, but nobody else was held accountable.
    Numerous other veterans have committed suicide outside VA hospitals over the past several years, but nobody was held accountable.

    My own small VA hospital has roughly 14 doctors and nurses on staff who have been sued at least once for malpractice, with 4 of them being sued twice, yet they are still employed.

    Many VA’s are affiliated with medical schools at universities throughout the country because the schools provide cheap care for veterans by doctors and nurses in training. I can certainly see how a cold, uncaring attitude can be picked up working in the bureaucratic culture of the VA.

    In my opinion, Obamacare did incredibly serious damage to the medical system in this country, including devolving to a level that attracts the kind of people whose concern for proper health care is far below on their list of other things they care more about.

    The VA should have been a warning.

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  10. Georgia says:

    Seems Ventilators, as she notes, are actually killing people and not “helping”: https://apnews.com/8ccd325c2be9bf454c2128dcb7bd616d

    80% Dying once put on them in NYC: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-8201783/Some-doctors-moving-away-ventilators-virus-patients.html — Why then are they still doing this?

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  11. kleen says:

    Sorry the link that displays the whole page… sorry!

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  12. Stoneman says:

    I am on the front lines in NYC. I have to disagree with the information presented here. Our COVID floor is 100% proven COVID so no problem using same ppe to round on all patients. NO ONE goes from nasal cannula to intubation with oerhaps the rare patient who is actively crashing. Sequence is nasal cannula, non rebreather mask, and then if available (supply is outstripped by demand) high flow nasal cannula or bipap. Only then if the patient is failing are they intubated. It is true only the “more robust” patients are sent to icu where those with less chance stay intubated on floors. Mortality is horrific regardless- 100% on floor on vent and over 80% on vent in icu. I am of the opinion some patients do better on less PEEP. This medical issue is nicely reviewed on Medcram by Dr Seuheldt ? (spelling) a pulmonologist on front lines. It is also true hydroxychloroquine is no longer being used as standard of care but is being insisted on use only thru randomized iclinical trials. The data increasingly show it not effective in the latter stages of covid but probably is effective early on. But still no well done clinical trials. Those that will definitively answer the question will only report out in July and Aug 2020. Unfortunately that’s still a long way away. In any case take zinc, vit c and D. They likely help and can’t hurt.

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    • HCQ is helpful early on–but is not being given early on? Because hospitalized cases are already more advanced? But it’s not allowed outside of hospitals?

      If so, that is a killer Catch-22.

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    • sDee says:

      What climate scam did to public trust of research scientists, corona scam has done to the reputation of doctors. They have been silent too long. .

      We have seen too much. We know to much. Obamacare sealed the fate of healthcare in America. The corona scam has shown us first hand the fascist designs of a healthcare system controlled by a regulatory framework – one designed and wielded by government bureaucrats, politicians, insurance and healthcare corporations.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “It is also true hydroxychloroquine is no longer being used as standard of care but is being insisted on use only thru randomized iclinical trials.”

      It is my understanding that sometimes these random trials are cut short when there is such a profound instance of one form of treatment producing such outstanding results that it would be considered unethical not to treat everyone with that protocol.

      It is my understanding that the Philosophy courses in Ethics that people used to be taught are woefully inadequate from what was the norm several decades ago (*)

      (*) Dr. Dennis Bonnette, Lewiston, NY

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    • T2020 says:

      One doctor (Dr Green in NY?) said now is the time to do “proper perspective controlled trials” which are real-time, not the case study randomized trials you mention. Takes too long and people being treated early with HCQ+Z+Z are able to be kept off ventilators, which is what you want, correct?

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    • Kimmy K says:

      Sorry for the double post…
      Also, sorry, but I can’t seem to post just the clip with Dr Z, the whole show posts. Again sorry.
      See clip at link:

      https://www.citizenfreepress.com/breaking/new-interview-with-dr-zelenko-dismantling-hcq-critics/

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    • Ted says:

      Stoneman: “I have to disagree…” To the contrary, it appears you agree strongly. 100% mortality on the floor and 80% icu highly corroborates her point.

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    • Betty says:

      I know a traveling nurse who is in Brooklyn. The videos she posts tell a complete different story than what is reported here. Everything humanly possible is being done for the patients in this particular hospital. Some of these nurses are working 12-15 hours per day, and are literally wiped out. One patient coded 6 times, and every time, everyone available came running to help. Patients are getting all the meds you mentioned, and are being treated with care and compassion. This being a 700 bed hospital, they are at 200% capacity. All patients are Corona Virus patients. Nurses are assigned 10 patients each, most times with no aides. They are literally running themselves ragged. Many have spouses and/or family members there as patients. They are doing their best, despite the circumstances. My friend is assigned to a different floor and wing daily, and her live chats daily, boast of the hard working nurses. So, if what is reported here has truth in it, please believe that it is NOT the norm of what is happening. And there are still 2 refrigerated trucks being used as makeshift morgues because the city morgues are full. There are also stacks and stacks of deceased patients belongings, waiting for families to retrieve them. My friends hotel is 5 miles from the hospital she is working at, forcing her and other nurses to use Uber etc…. she says that on a daily basis, her rides are cancelled when the drivers find out that she is working at a hospital with Covid 19 patients.
      Please have some compassion and empathy for the front liners. This is something new for them also. They push themselves to the point of becoming ill from being run down, to provide care to the sick. My friend describes this as “wartime” nursing. Something none of them were prepared for, and never thought they would see in their careers.

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      • theasdgamer says:

        Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell resigned from his hospital because he couldn’t practice in the hospital any longer because of their intubate-on-hypoxia protocols. The problem may be more widespread than you think. NYC has an extraordinarily high mortality rate.

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    • theasdgamer says:

      If the cytokine storm is treated properly with IL-6 inhibitors (and if the patient is at risk for stroke, give heparin), then the zinc / HC may still help. Probably won’t hurt. Vitamin C & D, too.

      Docs are still trying to figure out covid manifestation. It seems to be incubation => upper respiratory symptoms & fever => mild hypoxia => ARDS…four stages with the possibility of stroke as a bonus. And renal damage. And neurological damage. And heart damage. P

      Quercetin is the poor man’s HC for prophylaxis (as a zinc ionophore).

      And I’m still not a physician.

      Fauci’s CDC limitation of use of HC for hospitalized patients will have the outcome of less effectiveness and benefit to the patients. And Fauci shows no indication of the role of zinc in Zelenko’s regimen. Either Fauci is incompetent or he is malicious. In either case, he should be removed, no matter his approval rating in early April.

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  13. Child of Morning says:

    I can’t say whether her account is credible. But I did not need this account to tell me that the tube is death. An 80% to 90% death rate is not medicine.

    Our doctors and nurses are not heroes. They are just people doing a job – like everyone else. I hope the callous disregard for life that this person is reporting is not true.

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  14. sDee says:

    I first watched this The Story of Your Enslavement years ago and it stuck in the back of my mind. Now I re-watch a couple of times a year, as the herd tracks closer.

    The Corpna-scam has the freemen and natural slaves squaring off.

    “We can only be kept in the cages we refuse to see. Wake up. To see the farm is to leave it.”

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  15. Kimmy K says:

    Georgia says “Why then are they still doing this?”

    Because HCQ, zpack and zinc are CHEAP and save lives…can’t have that when you have Gates and co pushing mandatory vaccines$ and ID chips$, etc.

    Dr Zelenko treated 1450 patients with cov-ID, only lost 2 with HCQ, zpack and zinc.

    Dr Zelenko interview

    Please sign, over 442k!
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/we-call-investigations-bill-melinda-gates-foundation-medical-malpractice-crimes-against-humanity

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  16. Michelle says:

    Her comment about health care practitioners being too scared to get close to patients and therefore not treating patients adequately definitely rings true/makes sense to me. Several hospitals in the city were already giving inadequate care before coronavirus hit. It would be impossible that all of a sudden patients got excellent care when the caretakers are overwhelmed and scared. There is definitely something going on in NY that is some form of gross negligence.

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    • steph_gray says:

      One wonders how many of those front-line caregivers are and were relentlessly brainwashed by yellowstream media day in and day out their entire NYC lives, so that they believe its lies 100%

      And now, despite medical evidence, many could now believe, if only subconsciously, the current tsunami of brainwashing that the Wuhan Virus kills everyone including their healthy younger selves.

      Therefore, they balk at and avoid direct contact with the patients.

      Propaganda is evil.

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  17. prtomr says:

    They are taking out the older conservative voters.

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  18. Scott Lagenfelder says:

    Had my Respiratory Therapist wife and RN daughter view this with me to explain it to me and to get their take if it felt janky. They both said that the speaker was very credible and her description and phrasing reveals she is definitely in the Nursing world and a level above an RN as a nurse practitioner.

    Two problems were brought out – one being the push from a 6 liter/min nasal cannula directly to a vent. Both said that is a huge error and every hospital they have ever worked for would not allow that without going the CPAP or BIPAP route first. The standard protocols both know intimately would be completely bypassed to do that. If what she says is true then that alone would cause those people doing the prescription of a vent to be charged with malpractice

    On the second issue – where someone coding is not also run through the standard code protocols that too would be mind boggling as it is what ER folks do day in and out. That too has to be documented so if true the families can sue and whom ever is calling the code to an essentially “do not resuscitate” then they too are subject to huge litigation. The speaker passed muster with my two experts and both were stunned to hear the warnings.

    My 2 cents worth

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      As far as I know in NYS, if your not a patient you are not getting anywhere near a hospital.

      NO VISITORS/RELATIVES/PATIENT ADVOCATES.

      Your own your own. If you don’t make it out alive, apparently there is only one story – the hospitals.
      Want to argue? Wait to see what happens when your license comes up for renewal in Albany.

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    • lmk408 says:

      Thank you for your post.

      My 2 cents worth: these crimes cannot be ignored.

      We must contact our representatives; I pray President Trump speaks about this and helps us with this horrific situation.

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    • mericn says:

      That was the whole point of the video – normal proper procedures are not being followed, out of fear that normal proper procedures will spread the virus. So they’re doing things differently, to the detriment of the patients.

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  19. Yahoo says:

    This nurse states that Dr. Cameron Kyle-Sidell’s videos were removed from youtube. They are not. Just watched one on “ Could COVID-19 be causing DIFFUSION hypoxemia??”. Just sayin.

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    • Marc says:

      He may have appealed the pull down of his videos and Youtube restored his channel after a week(usually). This happens a lot with those on the right and those that say things not in the interest of big pharma/tech/gay/medicine/edu/etc. This doesn’t take away from her position.

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  20. I’m a newbie and you guys have no reason to take my word for the story I’m about to share, My wife, early 50’s, well controlled asthmatic with a 4 cigarette per day habit got a bad cold in late October, 2019.
    Works in healthcare but not direct care of sick patients. Her cold got worse and worse over about 10 days and then the gastro symptoms kicked in.
    Severe abdominal pain, inability to keep but the blandest of foods down, Not able to ever be more than a few steps from the restroom facilities.
    Referred to gastroenterologist who did scope down her throat, ultrasounds, MRI, more blood work, and 2 colonoscopies, There was nothing remarkable about any of those tests except liver enzymes that were just outside the upped boundary of normal range.
    Diagnosis was general gastritis of unknown origin and acid blockers gave her some relief. Her GP, in the mean time, did chest xrays that showed very slight bilateral pneumonia. Antibiotics and an additional inhaler were prescribed. 2 rounds of 10 days each.
    By Christmas.she turned the corner and by the end of January she was pretty much back to herself except 25 pounds lighter and no more nicotine habit.
    I had a chest cold with pretty minor symptoms in November that took way longer than usual to get over.
    I can’t help wonder if she (and maybe I) didn’t have this COVID thing before it was a thing.

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    • konradwp1 says:

      Maybe, but remember most with WuFlu report mild gastro symptoms before respiratory symptoms.

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      • I totally understand that she didn’t present what we now consider “classic” symptoms in the generally accepted order of occurrence. But gastro symptoms are just now being acknowledged as even being part of the process for some patients and not all that common. Those that report them say they are generally mild and hers were anything but. All I know is her GP tested for influenza A and B and both were negative. The GP’s ultimate diagnosis was “something viral but we can’t tell what”. The recommendation was rest, fluids, take the antibiotics from the gastro and come see us if you get worse. Seems like they prescribed a Z pack but I may have dreamed that. I was worried enough about her that my memory could have some gaps.

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      • theasdgamer says:

        Only 20% in my county report gastric/bowel issues.

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    • T2020 says:

      We who work in NYC have been thinking the same thing.

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    • Mad Mike says:

      Hey Ron! Welcome to the Treehouse!

      I believe and agree with you. Many here have similar stories. myself included. My experiences came during and after December… but I’m not in the most well-traveled of areas either (rural southeast US).

      What part of the country are you in?

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      • ron (@longway2go66) says:

        Total; flyover country in deep Southern IL. Strange thing is within 50 miles of me now there are maybe a hundred cases and 10-12 deaths. But, when the wife was so ill, there were clusters of vaping deaths not too far away. (Remember those?)

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        • littlequilterkitty says:

          Just a thought. Could vaping products have been used to spread this virus by the Globalist? Never been a smoker, so not sure about vaping products, but aren’t they some type of battery powered device that uses some type of oil?

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    • Mary Ann says:

      Ron, I am happy you and the wife are feeling better..
      It is terrible she had to go through so much probing..
      Your curiosity could be true.. since they have discovered the first Covid death in the u.S. was much earlier than recorded.. An antibody test may give you and the wife a better answer..

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  21. VoteAllIncumbantsOut says:

    Amen.

    To the prayer below the video.

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  22. Apr. 17: REPORTER: “I wanted to ask Dr. Fauci. Can you address the suggestions or concerns that this virus was somehow manmade, possibly came out of a laboratory in China? Have you studied this virus? What are the prospects of that?

    DR. ANTHONY FAUCI, DIRECTOR, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE: There was a study, recently, that we could make available to you where a group of highly qualified evolutionary virologists looked at the sequences there and sequences in bats as they evolve, and the mutations that it took to get to the point where it is now is totally consistent with the genome of the species from an animal to a human. So, I mean, the paper will be available. I don’t have the authors right now. But we can make that available to you.”

    I want that paper.
    When was it done? Just before the Pandemic?
    Where was it done? In Wuhan?
    Who are these virologists? Americans? Chinese?
    Who paid it? You, Dr. Fauci?
    Your damn right I want to see this paper.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      I have only be been watching a few of the Press Conferences, most of the time not in their entirety. I have managed to see some of the “best” ones, though.

      I remember seeing seeing this one, now that you posted the transcript.
      I bet a lot of people would like to see that study paper.
      As well as a few sending it off to be reviewed by some experts we know and trust.

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      • NIH, Apr. 4, 2018: “The study investigators identified SADS-CoV on four pig farms in China’s Guangdong Province. The work was a collaboration among scientists from EcoHealth Alliance, Duke-NUS Medical School, Wuhan Institute of Virology and other organizations, and was funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases [Anthony Fauci, Dir.], part of the National Institutes of Health. The research is published in the journal Nature.”

        https://www.niaid.nih.gov/news-events/new-coronavirus-emerges-bats-china-devastates-young-swine
        https://www.romancatholicimperialist.com/2020/04/dr-fauci-convinced-obama-administration.html

        Monkey Business Insider: “He underscored in his remarks that studies of the virus’ genome have strongly indicated that it was transmitted from an animal to a human rather than created or enhanced in a laboratory setting, as a review in a scientific journal found.

        “We do not believe that any type of laboratory-based scenario is plausible,” an analysis published in Nature Medicine in mid-March said. The study, led by computational biologist Kristian Andersen of the Scripps Research Institute in California, compared COVID-19 to the six other coronaviruses known to infect humans. The analysis explicitly states that the evidence shows SARS-CoV-2 “is not a purposefully manipulated virus.””

        I don’t know if he was referring to this study or studies, but I do know he hid his involvement with Wuhan funding. Guiliani says Obama banned the funding but Fauci did it anyway. He sure was in a hurry to give them an alibi. And he has not come clean with the public yet.

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    • TJ says:

      I searched for it at the time Fauci said, “I can provide it”, I didn’t find it, maybe he’s busy producing it now. lol

      Recently, when searching NIH, I’m finding links are moved, removed, given new titles, etc. Make sure if you do find it, copy the whole thing into a text file.

      The WHO does it too. Selective bias, unethical data collection, suppression of information, delaying information, and feigning ignorance when accused.

      -Global health experts accuse WHO of ‘egregious failure’ on Ebola
      -November 2015

      “The most egregious failure was by WHO in the delay in sounding the alarm,” said Ashish K. Jha, HGHI’s director and a leading member of the panel. “People at WHO were aware that there was an Ebola outbreak that was getting out of control by spring, and yet it took until August to declare a public health emergency.”
      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-ebola-response/global-health-experts-accuse-who-of-egregious-failure-on-ebola-idUSKBN0TB10K20151122

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    • drg13miami says:

      Fauxi always seems to be dissembling. He fails here to answer the question properly.

      I believe Birx sometimes, but rarely find fauxi credible.

      And, frankly, fauxi looks sick…as in cachexic. I hope he’s okay even though he’s a putz.

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  23. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    For those of you who doubt Covid-19 whistle-blowers and who scoff at the expression, “Hell On Earth”…
    here’s one explanation for your reaction:

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    • F.D.R. in Hell says:

      Please don’t take the expression “Hell On Earth” lightly.
      Trust me, it is just getting started.

      HT: CartoonsByJosh (dot) co (dot) uk

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  24. Junglee69 says:

    Facebook link in Sundance’s post already taken down.

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    • noswamp says:

      Geez, that was quick.

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    • lmk408 says:

      Thank you for your post.

      What do ‘they’ expect us to think when ‘they’ pick off truthful covid-19 posts/links and conservative points of view one by one with increasing regularity?

      ‘They’ are a threat to our civil rights – to our way of life.

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  25. joeknuckles says:

    If this is true and these hospitals are getting paid to kill people, they are, in essence, contract killers.

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    • John Obidienzo says:

      In that regard, the cry for more ventilators was really a cry for more body bags. The circle of death begins with ‘the loss of freedom,’ as the ‘isolated from family’ victims of Covid are then cycled through the hospital/nursing home mill with the ventilator being the vehicle of execution.

      She may be a ‘hearsay’ whistleblower, but she is no Ciaramella or Vindman. The hospital/nursing home death mill and ventilator misuse are facts. She places an eyewitness tell right in the middle of it–making it believable.

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  26. Magabear says:

    So in our efforts to defeat the greatest plague man has ever known (🙄), we hatched a plan that would cause thousands of healthcare workers to get furloughed, not allow family to be with loved ones while they’re in their last days, not allow people to get needed surgeries, leave entire hospital wings empty of patients and produce thousands of ventilators that nobody needed. Heck, we even spent millions of dollars outfitting navy ships to serve as empty hospitals. And as an added bonus, we destroyed the great economy that was making improved healthcare possible.

    Hard to think of a worse way to have dealt with this.

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  27. mericn says:

    aaaaaaaaaaaand her Facebook page is already gone (or at least not loading/available at this time)

    Not surprising, considering how quickly the UV light videos and the Larry King video got memory holed

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  28. AndrewJackson says:

    For those who are calling BS, I would appeal to you to give us an answer as to way the reported case fatality rate for 75+ (ie confirmed deaths / confirmed cases) is 33%? These numbers are jokingly high. I do think they are attributing to many deaths to covid in New York but the excess death happening at frightening levels is real. My only guess is that this virus has put the communist deathcare of NYC into hyperdrive. What is strange is no one is investigating why the case fatality rates are so bad in NYC. The hospitals are not overwhelmed so what gives?

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  29. Kimmy K says:

    Has anyone seen the 2 California ER Dr’s who say it’s time to end the quarantine?

    May God bless and protect both of them.

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      Have the gestapo arrested those doctors as yet?

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    • StanH says:

      You better be careful Kimmy, you will be called ridiculous. That these doctors are making no sense and spreading lies. You know typical liberal hysterics.

      Brilliant and important video and should be viewed by everyone.

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  30. Theckman says:

    I personally know of multiple hospitals in Michigan and one of the largest in Tennessee that went over protocol with the hospital staff before pandemic was even an issue. They were told not to treat elderly patients with extreme measures since the equipment and resources were needed for the younger patients that were expected.
    That it was not first come first serve was a callous decision given some area hospitals did not even end up getting overrun.
    From the beginning of this pandemic everything seemed organized on the state level to have as many fatalities as possible at least in the hospitals where I know staff. Their statements were consistent. Many were very uncomfortable with the protocol. They were told they could save lives if they focused on the younger patients since they would recover faster.
    It’s horrible that nursing homes let patients die. Hospitals would not admit them not because they didn’t have a bed but because they may need that bed before that elderly patient recovered or died.
    That’s playing God literally. By setting those restrictions before they even knew how many would need hospital care many people died that would not have.
    Many of the elderly have worked hard, contributed to their communities and have loved ones that are mourning their loss.
    Bottom line why isn’t there more of a uproar for our elderly!? My three grandmothers were a huge part of myself and siblings upbringing. They passed away but a day doesn’t go by that I don’t think about them.
    I believe this is a bio weapon unleashed on the USA by China once they got the go ahead from the globalists.
    I know it sounds like A conspiracy theory but I started to put the pieces together when it was reported children were thankfully not vulnerable to this for the most part.
    Globalists know most of the population doesn’t care about the elderly. They can get rid of people with health issues on top of the nursing home population and even throw in the prison population for another group no one cares about.
    No one can visit their loved ones in any of these places so who knows what is really going on. These people that are being infected and not treated are not credible so good luck telling your story.
    MSM won’t be interested anyway.
    Way too convenient the timing of all this.
    I believe the virus is real but if Hillary had won the virus would be in that lab in Wuhan, along with all kinds of other ones that may come our way if the Obama faction doesn’t think this one will sink Trump

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  31. distracted2 says:

    It is widely known that 88% of the people who are put on ventilators do not make it. The fact they would do this so lightly is criminal.

    Makes you wonder if this is the hospital where the medical personnel is uploading dancing videos to TikTok.

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  32. Countrywatch says:

    An absolutely shocking video. All I can say is that there are other doctors speaking out such as Dr Rashid Buttar and Dr Shiva Ayyadurai who have made their findings public. This interview with Dr Buttar, which youtube has already banned on the original link, can now be found at

    URGENT: For Immediate Release… Very Powerful. •Apr 22, 2020

    It concerns the disease control policy for COViD-19 and the roles of Fauci, Gates, WHO, Big Pharma and others. He speaks passionately about what he has found out over the years, and urges others to speak out. Perhaps the nurse referred to in your video, Sundance, may be able to contact Dr Buttar, or Dr Shiva (as he is often referred to).

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  33. Angus D says:

    NY apparently murdered lots of the elderly and then blamed Covid-19. Guido Cuomo sure has a nice smile tho

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  34. GREENMIRROR says:

    Listen to the words this nurse tells you “At home Meds”, treatment limitations…find another doctor FAST

    Emcrit youtube Dr. Cameron Kyle Sidell

    Dr. Valdimir Zev Zelenko

    You must pay attention to poor breathing, catch symptom EARLY and apply meds. Most people have no problem if young and healthy.

    Rapid Result Tests very big deal.

    State Governors, Judges, and Police are blocking HCQ with orders that it cannot be given without a POSITIVE test result…the tests have been and many still do take several days for results!

    State Governors, Judges, and Police are enforcing quarantines you will be fined-jailed if caught moving to find another doctor…in my opinion this is one reason why the option of TELE-health has been highlighted at briefings.

    If you do not use the lawyer phrase “clinical suspicion” and treat promptly you will lose the critical widow to stop damage and death.

    There is no right to health care you must figure it out yourself.

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  35. Bulldog84 says:

    “Some of these hospitals are probably crappy on a good day.”

    That’s true. A close family member of mine is a healthcare consultant who has been in many of the NYC metro area hospitals and some are “absolute sh*tholes” according to the family member, who will not name the facilities.

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  36. Due Gonzalez says:

    Based on data coming from NYC where their deaths are out of line globally, not just nationally, it is way past time for the federal government to take over NYC hospitals. Military takeover of hospital care coupled with seizing of all records and correspondence and phone calls, communication related to Covid 19 in NYC. Legal search warrants.

    This video and it’s the implicating charges should be a part of this review. These cockroaches cannot be left to hide. They need to be prosecuted if negligence, and outright murder is happening. At the very least, common sense tells you based on their out of line numbers, they ain’t doing a good job taking care of their patients. Time for the big boys and girls to take over.

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  37. KBR says:

    People who believe that COVID19 is deliberate, that people are being maltreated and murdered for political reasons:

    Why do you then believe the antibody testing itself is all good?

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  38. Cruz says:

    https://time.com/5818968/tokyo-coronavirus-lockdown/
    In the middle of February, the government asked the citizens of Tokyo “to voluntarily” avoid unnecessary outings and to initiate social distancing. They complied. April 9th, the governor of Tokyo closed non-essential businesses. Tokyo has 102 deaths as of April 9th. Japan has 372 deaths.

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    • cattastrophe says:

      The difference is in the mentality of the Japanese and S. Koreans (who also have low numbers of COVID compared to population). When the Japanese government suggests something everyone complies it’s a societal norm. If you look at pictures of crowds from Japan or S. Korea everyone is wearing a mask…….everyone.

      When something like this is suggested as voluntary to Americans we think about it, wonder if it’s necessary and decide if it is by our own experience of what’s happening around us…….UNTIL the situation becomes acute.Then we comply. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing but it is how Americans, in general, view things.

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  39. Sparty says:

    I totally believe her. She hammered home points I’ve triangulated with 4 different docs I’ve known for a long time that have no problem telling me unvarnished truth. Intubation 90% of the time is death but sure pays well. If this was a lefty plant she would NEVER call out the pathetic yet effective ( with sheep ) “hero” labeling, especially how these hack nurses in NYC have labeled themselves heroes just for showing up, which in their minds justifies their horrible actions. Calling them cowards? Plants don’t do that. Analyzing video quality and nervousness? Stop and Listen.

    She has everything to lose and zero to gain. Zero. She did not state every hospital is like this. And.. not a single veiled political reference, or breadcrumb trail to Trump. So what is end game of a plant rattling off a bunch of facts that sure sound difficult to combat and debunk. Bet you won’t see anyone attempt it. Just remove the video.

    No voice no media coverage: ~13,000 furloughed or permanently laid off healthcare workers YTD in my state of MI. 4 systems alone comprise 10,000 layoffs so my 13k is probably light.

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    • Jeffrey Coley says:

      I had a close relative who was on a ventilator for months before finally passing due to cardiac issues. Everything she said sounds 100% authentic: This isn’t some yahoo pretending to be a nurse practitioner on a prank video.

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  40. Jeffrey Coley says:

    The fake news loves to cry about how President Trump has “blood on his hands” due to COVID-19 but if anyone does, it’s Mayor DiBlasio and (to a lesser extent) Gov. Cuomo. The NYC response to COVID-19 (not shutting down the subways?!!) is a crime in itself; and assuming this anecdotal evidence is representative of hospital care in NYC no wonder 10% of the global reported COVID-19 deaths are in New York/New Jersey.

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  41. Carly says:

    Pray God exposes this, which is no different than how NY officials feel about the unborn.

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  42. StanH says:

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/johngoodman/2014/09/03/the-doctors-union/#165703714339

    American Medical Association (Union) The entire machine are in lock step. You wonder why HCQ and Z-Pac are being squashed. It’s because of NIH, WHO, AMA have us all by the short hair while they dance for Big-Pharma. Always follow the money.

    The NP is telling us what is happening. Many are so cowed, that “Cower in Place will become their new way of life.

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  43. sunnydaze says:

    FB has removed that vid. anybody got a YT that can be shared?

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  44. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    VIDEO REPOSTED HERE:

    For those who missed it before YouTube took down her video that sundance posted last Sunday, Sara NP is back up here:

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/political-theatre/hospitals-murdering-patients-via-protocol-nyc-nurse-whistleblower/

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  45. xcontra says:

    Sorry. She is reading from a script, off to her left. I consider that fake.

    Yes, I know there are big problems in NYC. The place has become a charnel house. Cuomo, Warren De Blasio et al. have made some monumental policy blunders. Those two ought to face a firing squad. But murder in the open? And how come the ICUs of New York never hit max capacity? They had the Javits Center and the USN hospital ship, but they were barely used.

    But this Sara P. video is fake, my opinion.

    What I cannot savvy is how a fake video of this kind would benefit anybody, other than an AE anti-everything who like to spread chaos.

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