HER SISTER, CONFIDANTE, FRIEND AND MOTHER OF FOUR INCREDIBLE CHILDREN LEFT THIS WORLD
Patient Informs Sister, “They Told Me I’m Going to Die Because I’m Not Vaccinated"
On September 24, 2021, my sister, Margaret, was admitted into Pottstown Hospital with double pneumonia, tested positive for Covid. Monoclonal antibodies were NOT offered; instead, she was given oxygen, Remdesivir and essentially left to lay in a bed for the next 16 (HORRIFIC), days.
My active, healthy 48-year-old sister was not vaccinated and treated like a criminal instead of a patient. The respiratory specialist asked her if she had a “death wish” and “what kind of mother are you?”
My sister walked into the hospital and 16 days later, left in a body bag. Early on they did not encourage her to get up and move around and she was quickly becoming critical. On October 6 at around 4:00 A.M., I received the first call from hospital doctors asking me to come into the hospital. On arrival, Margaret was in critical condition and had been moved to the Intensive Care Unit. She could not breathe on her own, could barely move and her vitals were not stable. She woke up and looked at me and said, “Denise, they have treated me horribly; they told me I’m going to die because I’m not vaccinated.” She asked, “am I going to die?”
I couldn’t believe the condition of my sister. The doctors wanted to ventilate her that day, but I refused. The next few days were the worst days of my life. On Friday (October 8) I was called into the hospital again. Margaret’s oxygen levels were at 80% with oxygen support. They wanted to turn her onto her belly. She agreed to try and turn but it was a disaster. She began to panic and her oxygen level crashed into the 60’s. Then they told me that she had to be vented; 16 hours later there was a “complication” and my sister began dying.
My sister has four children and they each visited their mom for the last time. Their last memory of their mother was a vision that no child should have to witness. Their beautiful, doting mother, lay attached to machines and bags of medicines, unresponsive and helpless. On Sunday, October 10, at 9:50 A.M., Margaret’s heart stopped beating. I died with her that day.
My sister, confidante, friend, and mother of four incredible children left this world. Our lives have not been the same. We will never be the same.
I do not trust the medical community. I hold so much guilt. The loss is indescribable. How has this been allowed? So many unanswered questions. My sister was the most attentive, present mother. She lived for her children. The void is deafening. We are all in therapy. Will we ever heal? It has been one year and seven months of reckoning.
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Reading this brought tears to my eyes but validation that what my daughter experienced wasn't unique. I'm so sorry for your loss and especially for those children who will have to grow up with only memories of their mother. That would have been the case with my grandson if I hadn't realized what was happening and got my daughter out of there before they could murder her. Justice has to be done eventually or this will keep happening. The more stories like this, the less they can hide their evil.
To the person who posted this: my very deepest condolences. May your sister rest in peace, and may those medical personnel who so mistreated her be held accountable before the law, that they may not do such a thing to anyone else ever again.
To all readers here: Please know that I started transcribing in September 2021 when I came upon veteran pulmonary nurse Albert Spence's testimony before the South Carolina State Senate. It's heartfelt, articulate, expert testimony and well worth taking the time to listen to:
(The original was removed from YouTube.)
For those who don't do video, here is my transcript:
Basically, what Spence saying was that, with the new and strange covid protocols, the hospitals were NOT treating lung patients the way they always had-- and the way they always had was almost almost successful. Long story short, they were killing patients. I have since come upon an avalanche of testimonies, from doctors, nurses, patients and patients families, that confrm this.