I woke up to this article today about a young girl hospitalized with COVID right here in Appleton, Wisconsin: https://www.theepochtimes.com/graces-last-day-a-father-questions-hospital-protocols-leading-up-to-his-daughters-death
In short, it describes the harrowing experience of a family trying to help their special needs daughter while she was in the local hospital. An international lawyer with Disabled Rights Advocates and legal counsel to the Truth for Health Foundation describes how if a person goes into the hospital with even a broken arm, they will be tested for COVID, which has an extremely high false-positive rate. If they don’t test positive immediately, they keep testing until they do. Then, the patient is admitted, put on an IV bag with a tranquilizer that lowers their oxygen absorption, which then justifies putting the patient into isolation and on the anti-viral remdesivir and then given morphine and fentanyl while being deprived of nutrition.
COVID protocols are passed down hierarchically from the World Health Organization (WHO) to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and National Institute of Health (NIH), arising from the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) and Health and Human Services authorization to release funding for the declared pandemic that sets the protocols in motion.
From there, hospitals that are federally funded through Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) use coding tied to NIH and CDC-written protocols. If hospitals take that funding, they must follow those protocols, starting with ICD-10 codes (International Classification of Diseases).
The CDC and NIH protocols are based on the WHO’s 2005 International Health Regulations that directs each of its 196 signatory countries to cede all sovereign powers to the WHO in the case of a declared health emergency.
The WHO then directs the various state health bodies—in this case, the CDC and NIH—on treatment, which is why every country is responding in the same way at the same time globally.
When these protocols are passed down to the hospitals that take funding, under the emergency declaration, patients’ rights are waived under the CMS COVID waiver program in conjunction with the PREP and CARES Act, giving participating hospitals legal immunity.
This is a perfect moment to insert today’s post from a 3rd year law student’s paper advocating for a “federal” solution to Lyme. I will repeat: putting the power into the hands of the few will follow the ‘law of unintended consequences’ and will hurt patients and doctors in the end. COVID is a PERFECT example. Don’t do it!
Further muddying the swamp, two men are suing the city and state of New York for unconstitutional racial discrimination for directing medical providers to consider race in distributing lifesaving COVID treatments. The plaintiffs are ineligible for treatment because they are non-hispanic whites.
Still want to put all the power into the hands of the WHO and the federal government?
Dr. Peterson Pierre explains the reason hospitals are killing COVID patients. The information is a reiteration of the excellent article written by Dr. Vliet. In short, in vast government overreach, the government is paying hospitals to do the wrong things. The problem is so bad, some physicians have formed a new alliance, called the Pandemic Health Alliance and have drafted a “Physicians Declaration” and released it Sept. 12 at a global Covid summit in Rome, Italy.
Hospitals are using what many are terming “The Fauci Death Protocol,” which is essentially remdesivir, ventilators, and even death.
Recently, a video was put out by an attorney explaining how it is very important to plan for the potential of hospitalization and that having legal documents ahead of time could save you a lot of heart-ache.
Many patients have had to resort to the court of law to obtain life-saving treatment; however, some have failed.
COVID-19 A Second Opinion
On January 24, 2022 Senator Ron Johnson invited a group of world renowned doctors and medical experts to the U.S. Senate to provide a different perspective on the global pandemic response, the current state of knowledge of early and hospital treatment, vaccine efficacy and safety, what went right, what went wrong, what should be done now, and what needs to be addressed long term. This 38 minute video highlights the 5-hour discussion. Click here for the entire event video: https://rumble.com/vt62y6-covid-19-a-…