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NURSES REPEATEDLY TELL PATIENT THAT SHE IS GOING TO DIE!
Patient so Terrified in the Hospital They Will Kill Her that She Fakes Her Breathing Exercises so She Can Go Home
Jane was one of the rare cases that suffered from Covid confusion. One day, backing out of her driveway, she backed into the field behind her. The police came as well as her daughter and they both noticed, Jane was not acting herself. They asked her if she felt all right and Jane was just sort of out of it. Covid was causing not enough oxygen to get to her brain. Jane ended up in the hospital for seven days. Even though she made it truly clear that she was refusing Remdesivir, they gave her five days of the toxic medication anyway.
The nurses would repeatedly tell her she was going to die, and the doctors would walk by and point to their throat as to imply they were going to ventilate her. Jane was terrified in the hospital and all she could think about was getting home. She faked her breathing exercises in front of the nurse to prove that she could leave. It was the hardest thing she has ever done but she knew if she stayed, they would have killed her. She was verbally abused by the nurses and denied water.
Even the ambulance drivers tried to talk Jane out of going to the hospital. One doctor told her that Ivermectin would kill her and Remdesivir would save her, which all the evidence would suggest is an outright lie. A doctor never touched Jane or examined her a single time in seven days. This is not how hospital care used to be in America. They system has taken a dramatic turn for the worse.
Jane to this day is suffering from insomnia, nightmares, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from her hospital experience.
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