FAMILY MEMBERS CAN SEE HER ONLY THROUGH A GLASS WALL AND SHE IS IN RESTRAINTS
Woman Given 10 Days of Remdesivir Though Her Family Called Hospital Twice Daily Asking Them to Stop it
Cindy Hesse’s sister was a beautiful woman named Barbara. She had Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from a previous burn injury years ago but was still living her best life. That all ended when the hospital decided they would let her die by not treating her with safe, effective medications. They instead followed their so-called hospital protocol that includes the toxic drug of Remdesivir.
Barbara did not trust the hospitals but went in to get monoclonal antibodies. Her oxygen saturation was good but they admitted her anyway. The hospital staff, of course, immediately asked if she had been vaccinated and when admitting she did not take the experimental jab, things took a drastic change.
She was given ten days of Remdesivir against her wishes and her family called twice a day to tell them to stop that treatment. The doctor replied, “His hands were tied.” She was barely fed and the feeding tube made her nose bleed. Completely isolated from her mom and sister, they looked through a glass wall and saw Barbara’s hands were in restraints.
The family got very little communication from the doctors, none from infectious disease nor from pulmonary. Her mother tried to get her out of that hospital but her request for a transfer was denied. On August 25, Barbara was ventilated and on August 26, they called and told her mom that she coded.
Barbara kept saying before she died that she wanted her freedom. That’s because the hospitals have turned into prison death camps during this pandemic. Her mom said “it was like the prison bars just slammed down behind her.” Her family never even got to see Barbara after she died, never got to identify the body of their loved one. Strange how the hospital listed cause of death as “natural.” Since when is murder considered natural?
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