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WIFE DESCRIBES HUSBAND’S HOSPITAL TREATMENT AS “FDA’S DEATH PROTOCOL”
Doctors Tell Him, “If You Want to Live, You Should Listen to Us and Take the Remdesivir”
Elizabeth and Robert Gunter built a loving happy family in the great state of Georgia. However, the Piedmont Hospital changed their lives forever by choosing to treat Robert’s Covid with the deadly drug Remdesivir. Elizabeth, being a nurse herself, trusted the government agencies that handed down the protocols. Like most everyone else, we are supposed to be able to trust them. She was denied access to her husband to be his advocate. They made clear that they did not consent to Remdesivir. This angered the nurse who was about to put in his IV, which resulted in Robert being denied food.
Elizabeth asked them to consider treating her husband with the Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) protocol. The hospital said they would look at it and get back with her, which they never did.
Robert was feeling better, and his oxygen saturation level got back up to 97% and most likely because he was improving, they illegally started him on Remdesivir, even after they DID NOT consent to receiving it. The doctors told Robert, “If you want to live, you should listen to us and take the Remdesivir.” Additionally, they told Elizabeth, “You don’t have the right to ask that.” Robert texted his wife and told her not to make the doctors mad and to stop pushing them or she was going to get him killed. Why would he think that? What did they say or do to him to make him fearful of his life at the doctor’s hands?
On September 19, they allowed Elizabeth to see her husband. On September 20, they put Robert on a ventilator. Elizabeth could tell her husband felt defeated and hopeless. When his heart started to fail, they asked Elizabeth if she wanted them to resuscitate him, and she replied, “Of course.” The doctor turned to her and said, “You need to let him go.”
Robert Gunter passed away on September 21 from hospital mistreatment and the FDA’s death protocol. Elizabeth wants justice for her husband.
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