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WIFE ASKS, “AM I IN SOMALIA” AS SHE SEES TREATMENT HER HUSBAND RECEIVES IN THE HOSPITAL
Nurse Laughs and Jeers at Woman who Shares Life-Saving Benefits of Ivermectin
After her husband, Jim, was taken to the hospital, she was also sick, but called the hospital for four days trying to locate him. Finally on the fourth day, she called the hospital administrator saying if she didn’t hear from a doctor, she would file suit declaring “Doctor abandonment.” Immediately a very angry doctor returned her call, demanding that her husband was very sick and hung up on her. On the fifth day, she called again, trying to get in to find her husband. She said she would do anything, even wrap herself in saran wrap, to come in, so they allowed her in.
The pulmonologist told her that he was already on a ventilator, and she noticed an IV of Remdesivir hanging beside his bed. She asked why he was on the ventilator and what were they doing for him. He disappeared and came back, explaining that they were doing “everything possible” for him.
She began researching diligently, emailing friends from around the world, and got a response saying to get him Ivermectin. The doctor present with him the next day told her NO, even if they had that medicine in the hospital, he would never prescribe it. He said it was because of his Hippocratic oath, which she challenged, reminding him that she’s Greek and can explain to him that it means, DO NO HARM, and he’s on a respirator, so there’s a definite problem!
The nurses secretly whispered to her to keep pushing for the Ivermectin! Ms. Skinitis called a doctor in Idaho, who called in a prescription for Ivermectin to her local pharmacy. The pharmacist filled it, but advised her that Advent Hospital would never allow it. She went to the hospital the following day, asked the nurses to turn him, and was horrified to see his entire backside was covered in bloody bedsores! She asked, “My God, what are you doing to him?” They answered, “everything possible.”
By now, Dr. Ryan Cole of Idaho was prepared to speak with a team of doctors regarding the administration of Ivermectin and the full dosage for a 6’3″ man of 220 pounds. The hospital agreed to a 1/2 dosage, for three days only, which she questioned, but was glad to get. It took the hospital 20 days to get the medicine in. But by then he was in “covid storm.” The nurse in the room LAUGHED AT HER, while standing over her husband. “It’s a joke,” she jeered, while Ms. Skinitis challenged her with facts of its life-saving benefits all around the world. She gave the doctor the protocol treatment paperwork. The doctor exclaimed that it was a waste of colored ink. After he got his 3-1/2 strength doses, he had improved, and they talked about moving him out to a long-term facility.
She then met Hostile Doctor who threw a piece of paper at her with the number 26 written on it, and demanded she READ IT. Which she did. He told her that her husband had been there 26 days, to which she responded, “and you want his bed.” He left the room and, afraid for Jim’s life, she chased the doctor down the hall, fell to her knees, and begged his forgiveness. She wasn’t trying to be belligerent, but she said, “you must know that there’s something terribly wrong here, there’s something wrong with you!” He refused Jim any more Ivermectin.
She asked what’s wrong with you? Are you sick? I’m trying to save his life! The attorney called the hospital threatening to sue them. They said “OK, You’re in charge! What do you want to do? GIVE HIM FULL PROTOCOL OF IVERMECTIN!” They agree, but by then, Jim had already begun to swell. The doctor refused to look at him for possible blood clots, but said only that he was dehydrating from the inside. They refused to finish his Ivermectin treatment and told her to sign a Do Not Resuscitate (DNR). She says no and wants him to have a fighting chance. She looks at them and says, “I’ve traveled all over this world, and I’ve never seen anything like this. There’s something WRONG here! AM I IN SOMALIA??? IS THIS SOMALIA?”
Never before has she seen such cruel, unforgiving, godless, uncompassionate doctors. She was driven to a point of “madness” thinking maybe she should just try to drag him out! But they would think she was crazy, a lunatic, and trying to do Jim harm. That she couldn’t know about, or stop. She was so afraid for him. The nurses wanted him to have a DNR. And they were not going to do anything for him until they got it. So, Jim would be punished if she did not sign it.
They called her in the middle of the night, said he was coding, and she got right up there. When she entered the room, they were doing electric shock on him; there was blood everywhere, on the walls, on the curtains, on the bed, on Jim’s face. There must have been 10 nurses in there looking at her, when she cried, “stop, stop, stop….you win….stop.”
She says that she cannot come to terms with what they did to him. They led a quiet life, he was healthy, and took no medications. The day she called the hospital is the day that haunts her relentlessly. She will never get over it.
Three grief counselors tell her she’s TOO BROKEN TO FIX…..but she’s going to fight to change this, if it’s the last thing she does. No one else should ever have to experience this horror. Please understand that this is not the exception, but the rule of hospitals across the country, as they “follow protocol” and kill these unsuspecting patients in front of God and family.
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