Hospitals have historically been the place we could count on to act in our best interest. If we were sick and needed care, the hospital was our trusted partner to help us get better.
But something dark and insidious occurred in early 2020 when C19 was labeled a “global pandemic.” Cvd signaled a new era of medical tyranny as Big Pharma, Big Tech, and Fake News Media teamed up to become our fourth and most powerful branch of government.
In early 2020, trillions of dollars in Cvd relief funds began pouring into states through the Cvirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act (1) and American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act (2).
$178 billion in relief funds via the CARES Act immediately went to healthcare providers. Another $8.5 billion went to rural providers via the ARP Act.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) distributed this first phase of emergency funding to hospitals, $30 billion of which was distributed, surprisingly, based on Medicare revenue rather than number of Cvd cases in each state.
Some states received as little as $12,000 per Cvd case (New York); $18,000 (New Jersey); $23,000 (Arizona); and $26,000 (Louisiana).
Some states received as much as $471,000 per Cvd case (West Virginia); $379,000 (Nebraska); and $339,000 (North Dakota) (3).
In June 2020, the second phase of emergency funding of $4 billion went to healthcare providers. In October 2020, HHS announced the third phase of $20 billion in general distribution funds to healthcare providers. Phase four is about to deliver another round of provider relief funds of up to $25.5 billion.
Healthcare providers (primarily hospitals) are making a killing off Cvd—literally.
Federal Cvd relief funds flooding our hospitals are the carrot and the stick. Their blood-price is strict compliance to requirements and protocols dictated by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) (4).
When a patient enters a hospital and is suspected of having Cvd, he or she becomes a prisoner—medically kidnapped and isolated from family. Hospitals ignore powers of attorney and explicit written and verbal insistence from the patient and family not to administer the deadly protocol drug Remdesivir and not to put the patient on a ventilator. Both demands are most often ignored.
Hospitals routinely violate their own patient bills of rights and are given permission to do so by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Hospital staff sedate patients without consent and, with no advocate present, administer Remdesivir, which leads to acute renal failure, lungs fill with fluid, and patients are forced onto ventilators until they die.
In New York’s healthcare system, 88 percent of Cvd patients on ventilators died (5). In Texas, Centers for CMS data showed 84.9 percent of Cvd patients died after 96 hours on a ventilator (6).
Besides flat rates received for each “Cvd” case, how else are hospitals incentivized to kidnap, isolate, and kill Cvd patients?
It starts in the emergency room with the questionable PCR test (7). Healthcare providers and hospitals are pocketing between $20 and $1,419 for every PCR test. Our government pays for the test, pays the hospital to administer the test, pays the hospital for every positive test, and then pays the hospital for every admission resulting from the test.
Hospitals also receive $39,000 for every Cvd patient on a ventilator (8).
Then hospitals enjoy a 20 percent premium (“add on”) from Medicare for every Cvd case (9), but only if Remdesivir is used.
Doctors receive performance-based pay for using Remdesivir and are penalized for failing to report metrics on the drug’s outcomes to CMS.
Some states like Tennessee have Financial Stimulus Accountability Groups that recommend additional investments of federal relief funds ($3 billion for Tennessee) (10).
There is no end in sight to this medical murder-for-money scheme.
But there is more. Hospitals are also paid for enforcing Biden’s Cvd shot mandates with employees. CMS has a value-based compensation program for hospitals that tracks data on how many healthcare workers get the shot. The more shots, the more money the hospital makes.
Lastly, the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act (11) provides immunity from liability for claims of loss (including death) related to certain “countermeasures” administered for the treatment of Cvd.
Covered countermeasures, according to the PREP Act, are FDA-approved, licensed, and authorized products for emergency use during a pandemic. Remdesivir is the only approved treatment per NIH guidelines for the inpatient treatment of Cvd. Other covered countermeasures are … surprise! … ventilators and vaccines.
US healthcare providers are making money off Cvd diagnoses and deadly treatment protocols and they are immune from all liability if they employ these deadly protocols. This is why hospitals tell patients and their families Remdesivir and ventilators (and now new, dangerous, expensive EUA drugs) are the only treatment protocols available for Cvd. No other “off-label” treatments, despite their effectiveness and safety, pay dividends for every patient. No other treatment offers immunity from liability in case of injury or death.
Bottom line: If you must go to a hospital with Cvd symptoms, be prepared to fight. Visit our website for tips from our medical advocates about how to save your own life or the life of someone you love in the hospital.
Effective prevention AND EARLY TREATMENT are key to staying out of hospitals. Having a trustworthy functional primary care physician will keep you healthy and alive if you contract Cvd. No hospital needed.
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