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AZ-is-the-key 102 points ago +102 / -0

They weren't overrun. They weren't doing outpatient surgeries and procedures because they were reserving space for covid patients who never came. Case in point the hospital ships trump sent to NYC and LA that weren't used

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chickeninoven 61 points ago +61 / -0

You know why they were reserving space? Because the gubmint was paying them fat checks for every "COVID" patient admitted, that's why.

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AZ-is-the-key 58 points ago +58 / -0

Yep and paid them more to put them on ventilators and even more if they died. It was a "turn people into corpses for cash" program

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icuNurse 11 points ago +21 / -10

Posted this the other day on a similar thread:

This is something that irritates the fuck out of me that is consistently posted here over and over. Nobody here actually understands the shitty billing system our health infrastructure uses. That reimbursement is drops in the bucket compared to what is actually necessary for a covid patient and is absolutely not at all driving hospitals to intubate instead of do something else. There are millions of other things that can and will be charged for even if a patient never hits a vent.

The amount of money a hospital gets for a covid admission and subsequent intubation for vent support is absolute pennies compared to the GARGANTUAN sum that can be charged for literally anything and everything else. The only one that would actually make sense would be patients being admitted for covid but do not actually require hospitalization (stable O2 on room air, admit for a day or two then send him) which I have personally seen and have had many people report for fraud.

As an example of some of those charges, an arterial line (special IV that goes in your artery to measure blood pressure in real time) is charged for daily while in place.

Being ICU level of care alone is a $4,000+ daily "room and board" charge.

Heated high flow nasal cannula or optiflow is a daily charge.

Bipap is a daily charge.

CRRT (continuous dialysis) is a daily charge.

Nitric is a daily charge.

All meds are charged per dispensed dose.

You can be on CRRT, BIPAP, have an art line, and high flow/optiflow, while being on continuous pressers all at the same time. Honestly, this is probably the better revenue stream because the amount of resources and shit required for a patient to stay off a vent is absolutely stupid.

The last time I looked up the running bill of a covid patient, they were at 2.1 million dollars after being in the ICU for 90+ days.

For comparison with critical noncovid patients, a neurosurgery patient requiring similar interventions as above (no covid) who's been on the unit for 100+ days now has a 2.8 million dollar bill.

I looked up a covid patient who has been on my unit for about 20 days and has never seen a vent, his bill is currently roughly $400,000.

The reason this change was made was because insurance and Medicare/medicaid reimbursement is HEAVILY weighted towards surgical procedures and testing, especially elective. Medical patients (which would be covid patients) don't reimburse for shit. When they shut everything elective down, the majority of the revenue streams dried up because imaging and elective surgeries weren't happening. So basically, instead of getting that reimbursement on an elective surgical patient, they got it on medical covid admits. Instead of fixing the broke ass system we have in place, they used a bandaid approach that temporarily fixed the revenue streams but didn't fix anything else.

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AgentGTO 15 points ago +15 / -0

Well to be fair, no one understands the shitty billing system because it's purposefully shitty. It's a problem that's been in the making since the 50s, when the government (shocker, I know) started to stick their nose into it.

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icuNurse 2 points ago +3 / -1

Oh of course, I meant that it's a lot more complex than "if we intubate we get more dollars!" That goes around here all the time

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arandoperosn 6 points ago +6 / -0

Were there covid patients on vents who made it to 90 days? My uncle was a covid patient on a vent in Canada. I don't think he was on the vent for more than a week. Definitely not more than two. My mother (retired nurse) is adamant about having a no vent policy. She doesn't want that shit.

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icuNurse 1 point ago +2 / -1

There's a shitton of them who survive like that. It's pretty much been either they survive 90+ days on the vent or they die within days of being put on a vent. Generally, of course.

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rugburnd 2 points ago +2 / -0

AND even though OSHA is rescinding the mandatory vax requirement, Medicare is planning denying payment to any hospital that is not max/vax. <Previously was $750,000 fine.>

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HeavyMetalPatriot 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you for dropping facts and hard numbers about this subject. Very interesting.

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Yawnz13 1 point ago +4 / -3

To add to it, most facilities don't want intubated patients at all simply because they require more effort to manage and so will avoid it as much as possible.

"They intubate everybody!" is born out of the same hyperbolic, sensationalist crap as "the hospitals are literally full!".

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TomWolfsTinyDick 5 points ago +5 / -0

Cash for corpses instead of Cash for clunkers.

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MawaDeBlanco1 4 points ago +4 / -0

"Cash for Corpses"

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GoldwaterVoter 3 points ago +3 / -0

How "Soylent Green" started ?????

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NZbacon 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cash for corpses.

It's cash for clunkers v2.

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RegularAmerican 3 points ago +3 / -0

There is one of those drive up testing sites by the mall we had to go to return some shit from Kiehls. In April and may of 2020 there were alot of cars in line. Mostly a bunch of scared morons who didn't quite feel right that day. I drove by it again yesterday and it was only one car in the line and I said to my wife. That's probably someone who is being forced because they don't get the jab.

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Yawnz13 16 points ago +16 / -0

"Hospitals are overrun" is purely a media creation derived from the notion that nurses are only able to handle a maximum number of patients. It may vary by facility, but mine is supposed to only go to 6 each at most. So if you have 3 nurses on shift, they can only have 18 patients admitted. That doesn't mean that the hospital is "overrun"/"full", but those words are often used in an exaggerated manner to describe the situation.

The media takes advantage of the general public's lack of knowledge about this and writes articles making it appear like the hospitals literally have a patient in every bed.

As for the picture itself...they look like they're wearing stereotypical nurse Halloween costumes or flight attendant uniforms.

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RuleoVicus 1 point ago +1 / -0

That explains why I've been in ER for hours with several empty beds around me.

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CaptainButthurt 6 points ago +6 / -0

Hospitals close to me had emergency triage tents set up and they never were used.

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AZ-is-the-key 8 points ago +8 / -0

Someone at the boise airport was just telling me about how they had to have all these morgue trailers for all the extra bodies I was like wtf are you talking about

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CaptainButthurt 1 point ago +2 / -1

Democratic voters!

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WeirdScience 6 points ago +6 / -0

I always bring those ships up when they talk about over burdened hospitals and then I also ask why in the fuck covid positive patients were sent to nursing homes.

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tentonbudgie 3 points ago +3 / -0

Bring the death numbers up to scare people

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718Trumpette 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ask why i, along with hundreds of other women in NYC, had to give birth in hospitals that were mixing healthy people with covid patients. I asked my OB- he said he didn't have hospital rights on the ship or in the empty field hospital 20 minutes away in forest hills.

He will not be my OB for my current baby.

Also nobody figured out how insurance would pay those places. So money and red tape blocked covid and non-covid patients from being treated in separate facilities during peak week in NYC.

After seeing how everyone acted in the hospital that week, i don't trust our medical field to handle anything.

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AgentGTO 5 points ago +5 / -0

Ah yes, the 1,000 bed medical Navy ship that just SAT at the harbor in NYC with, at most, 50 or 60 people on it during it's tenure. That's always my go to whenever some moron is trying to push that "overrun hospital" narrative and to no surprise, they stop responding after that. :p

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KingOfTards 59 points ago +63 / -4

My high school has a dance team. They wore nurse outfits and lab coats to do a routine. They filmed their dance at a local medical clinic one Sunday evening. It went viral on TikTok and everyone thought it was real nurses and doctors. It was weird.

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Totalitarian 44 points ago +45 / -1

Were they even nurses? I see crisis actors everywhere, psyop after psyop.

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Foletado 14 points ago +14 / -0

A psyop to make you think that Wu flu was not serious and outrage people about it? Could happen, but I don't see reason to think so. Seems more likely real to me.

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Uncle_Remus 40 points ago +40 / -0

Yeah the whole hero/superhero nurse meme was cringe as hell.

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Dialectic 29 points ago +29 / -0

Did your area government put signs out in front of medical facilities that said "HEROES WORK HERE" ? Hmm? Becuase lemme tell you, THAT'S some of the cringiest shit I've ever seen.

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koditxu 13 points ago +14 / -1

Reminds of an Onion headline: Local Hero Firefighter: “I’m a Hero.”

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MustangManny 3 points ago +3 / -0

On my commute I pass by a sign in someone's driveway that reads: "volunteer firefighter lives here".

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koditxu 3 points ago +4 / -1

Seems a bit like tooting one’s own horn.

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Dratchev 10 points ago +10 / -0

god i fucking seen them "a hero lives here" and "hero works here" signs everywhere.

they wouldn't know a hero if it was shoved up their ass.

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BonnieBlueFlag 8 points ago +8 / -0

Plz don't attempt to shove Kyle Rittenhouse up someone's ass, fren.

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PrairieRaine88 4 points ago +4 / -0

A hero does his job without fanfare, rejecting all calls for recognition and accolades. He works in the still of the night, in the midst of chaos, with the knowledge that his job is needed, necessary and likely thankless. That is what a hero is, not some fame-whore out looking for a prize.

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conservativefrank 3 points ago +3 / -0

You can't force people to stay in the trenches then call the few you allow out heroes.

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PrairieRaine88 2 points ago +2 / -0

In my town, yes, also in front of a fire station. Those big colorful ones.

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Stanwyk74 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep. And not a damned covid case in the place.

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covok48 4 points ago +6 / -2

Then the next year they fired half of them.

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koditxu 27 points ago +28 / -1

Assuming those were actually nurses in those videos and not professional dancers, a dance routine does not just “happen.” It takes hours and hours of rehearsal to get 20 people to learn all those steps and do them in sync. Not to mention the time it takes to choreograph the whole thing to begin with.

I mean, if it happened once I’d say, Wow that’s pretty impressive that they took the time to do that. A ton of effort goes into something like that. But when there were countless videos of these nurses doing these routines, supposedly at hospitals all over the country, it’s obvious that it wasn’t organic.

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JudicialDredd 4 points ago +4 / -0

Most of the tik tok videos I saw were super crappy and looked like they were actually choreographed by dumb nurses and doctors. Very few were any good.

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America1stAndOnly 4 points ago +4 / -0

Dude, do you have any idea how sloppy those dance routines were? There were no costumes, no makeup, no lighting setups, and likely no rehearsals. They were far from professional and had all the look of people just fucking around in their freetime.

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koditxu 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well fair enough. I admit I didn’t watch any of them. Super gay

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America1stAndOnly 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not like I was seeking them out, but it was nearly impossible to not see something online from them over the past year. They were fucking everywhere.

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DX5_ 26 points ago +26 / -0

There's just something really disturbing about tiktok nurses and their dance routines. I can't quite put it into words. It's like they know the whole thing is bullshit and they're throwing it in your faces.

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MawaDeBlanco1 3 points ago +3 / -0

you know what's weird, during the first weeks/months of the pandemic lockdowns, everybody was getting the same emails and shit from work, no matter where you worked. every supervisor was sending out fun emails, covid newsletters, who's doing the Tiger King binge etc. it was like a coordinated effort around the state for all management to make sheltering at home fun. It was truly cringey.

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RuleoVicus 1 point ago +1 / -0

McDonald's out "Isn't better you didn't go out?" on delivered food.

Fast food is too much with to go out for now? America has fallen.

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MustangManny 6 points ago +6 / -0

Its Satanic, reminds me of witches dancing on graves.

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Basedblkman88 2 points ago +2 / -0

Felt the same way, and saw a lot of others -even leftist faggots knew something was very off about it, why would they do this kind of thing.

You'll notice this in many of the campaigns the ((globalists)) push.

There's always an element, an angle that is a message of their unbelievable power to people in the know. "Look what we're shoving down your throats now!" that the normies and unaware people miss.

Part of their propaganda is to make you insane, to destroy your will to fight. They want to funnel your anger into despair or at someone/something else -anything but into action.

If you've been red pilled for a long time you've noticed it by now.

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mikejones 15 points ago +16 / -1

I am proud to say I didn't watch a second of this shit. Then again I have better things to do.

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RegularAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

Like post on this glorious site ! Have a good weekend pede.

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South_Florida_Guy 14 points ago +14 / -0

I wanted them all to drop dead every time I saw one of these.

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JarretGax -3 points ago +3 / -6

That's a bit much.

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South_Florida_Guy 19 points ago +19 / -0

No it isn't. Every single one of these piece of shit retards that helped and propagated this entire fucking myth and hoax of a "pandemic" that empowered all of the little wannabe dictators all around the world to impose communist totalitarian tyranny on the people deserve to suffer and drop dead of a horrible demise. If you're too soft to be at that point by now, you're lost.

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JarretGax 1 point ago +1 / -0

I respect your right to think the way you do, However just dancing, no matter how reprehensible, doesn't deserve death. I know the context and I can sympathize with you, but these people are mislead themselves and know not what they do. Death is a solution for sure but I want to redeem these sheeple before it is too late. If you want to damn me for that feeling thats fine with me, Ive been cursed for worse.

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Basedblkman88 2 points ago +2 / -0

No. I saw. I was fucking there.

Those motherfuckers earned that comment 100%

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shrbrn 12 points ago +12 / -0

I have a bunch of friends and family working for The Ohio State Medical Center. (Columbus, OH)

They were never overwhelmed. Medical Center wasn't prepared for "pandemic", so they shut down procedures for several months. Keep in mind 50%+ of Hospitals $$$ comes from surgeries.

So after several months, there was no noticeable change in critical care admission... sure it went up a bit but not much that it would make the news.

Administration-- Directors, Associate Directors and Mangers started to squeal--- their bonuses were on the line... hospitals were not being fully utilized.

So they resumed procedure around Fall time and put it into overdrive with surgeries that were on hold. This overdrive burned out a whole lot of staff--- so folks started to retire and quit. Hence staff shortage.

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dukeofdoorcounty 9 points ago +9 / -0

Imagine having a circumcision at 3 years old due to covid. Oy vey

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2016TrumpMAGA 9 points ago +9 / -0

This. I took a bunch of jazz dance classes in community college; learning a routine is difficult and strenuous. Learning it well enough so that a half dozen people can do it together requires many,many hours of exhausting work. It is the most strenuous exercise you will ever do. If these nurses hospital was overrun, there is no way they would have the time or energy to choreograph and learn a dance routine.

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America1stAndOnly 3 points ago +3 / -0

No. You're thinking of people who would be aiming to put on a professional routine. Most of these dance videos were only seconds long. It's not hard to have 5 or 6 people all hop in a line together and wave their arms up and down, especially when you don't care about anyone being in sync.

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SJBHamilton 8 points ago +8 / -0

I have not trusted the medical profession since I read "Sugar Blues" by William Dufty. (Published in the 1970's, read it in the 1980's.)

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VolareVia 8 points ago +8 / -0

Went to the cardiologist, thankfully my heart is fine. When leaving he did tell me I should lose some weight though, which is true, but then he gave me 20 year-old innaccurate advice on how to do so.

Very disappointing. The signs of groupthink in medicine have been around for 50+ years. It's kind of a shame. If more people figured this out sooner, we might have averted the obesity epidemic altogether.

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conservativefrank 8 points ago +8 / -0

Those specific people claimed their specific hospital was overrun. Yet they had time to choreograph and practice. They claimed to be working without sleep, yet they were in pristine uniforms with made up hair and wearing makeup. They were overrun, yet they had time to video and post and promote their dance.

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CaptainButthurt 8 points ago +8 / -0

Those fuckers infuriated the shit out of me every time I saw a new video... my wife was waiting desperately for having surgery and had an emergency dialysis tube in which should have been present for only a couple of weeks and instead it took over 3 months to have it removed... Her doctor was pissed too because having it inside her that long was dangerous as it had a super high risk of infection. To this day I fucking trust hospitals and those fucktards as far as I can throw them.

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supportive_frog 7 points ago +8 / -1

2%. That's the total # of bed occupied by covid patients in France in 2020 after review by the national medical committee:

https://www.atih.sante.fr/sites/default/files/public/content/4144/aah_2020_analyse_covid.pdf

TWO. PERCENT.

They lied and lied and lied and even arrested that woman that filmed the empty hospitals in the UK.

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she-nani-gan88 6 points ago +6 / -0

Tens of thousands were laid off and furloughed. Cancer surgeries were postponed months and months... considered 'elective' like a boob job.

I went to a dermatology appt at my Nor Cal HMO last week. I've been going once a year for 17yrs (melanoma history) until covid. THen almost 3 yrs no care. The dermatology care building was a ghost town. No patients. THey are STILL DENYING preventative care... and it's by design.

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OlenaLehua 6 points ago +6 / -0

My friend died of her cancer that year, because no one could accompany to her chemo appointments. She couldn't go alone because she had a brain tumor and it caused her extreme anxiety. She couldn't face the therapy alone so she quit and died a couple of months later. Don't know if the chemo would have cured it, but her end was dire.

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pup1pup 6 points ago +6 / -0

This wasn't it for me. The red line was when doctors were universally telling people to stay home . . . then when the BLM riots started the doctors were out there marching in the streets saying "social justice is more important than social distancing".

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AerialRush 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've been on the receiving end, twice, from an AF doctor and dentist. They really do think that spending an additional four years rote-memorizing information gives them the right to be assholes to everyone who didn't do the same or has a "title" they deem beneath them. Thankfully they're not all like that, but it's a chore to find a good one most of the time.

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FlacidNation3 5 points ago +5 / -0

Clown world. Never forget. Never forgive.

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CaptTitus 5 points ago +5 / -0

Stop! Don't touch me there. This is my no-no square.

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Bigger_igloo 5 points ago +5 / -0

For me, it was learning about AMA and med school textbooks came to be.

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Asentrix_Mobile 5 points ago +9 / -4

These cunts make me seethe, would love to kill all these nurse maggots

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RegularAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

They work for central casting. Not a hospital

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PrairieRaine88 5 points ago +5 / -0

Back in Sept. of this year, my mom was transported to a local hospital after a weird reaction to off-brand ibuprofen, she thought it was her heart acting up. The staff never tested her heart or did any kind of treatment, made her take a covid test then started talking about getting her transferred to a bigger hospital next town over- where she could be stuck on a ventilator. She left AMA (against medical advice) and came home. She was already feeling better by the next day. It scares the hell out of me to think of her stuck on some breathing machine needlessly. This whole mess has made me begin investigating herbal/plant-based medicines as potential alternatives.

PS: my computer's spell-check wants to correct Covid to Ovid, lol.

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RegularAmerican 2 points ago +2 / -0

They forced it on me and the first time it was to be able to spend the night in the hospital in the maternity section. I wasn't about to fight that time I just had to be there. And the second time to get a very small procedure. The first time the nurse was a sadist and shoved the thing In my nose so hard it hurt for days. And made my nose feel like I abused a bunch of drugs or something all week. Not that I would know what that's like. Second time I told the nurse who was giving it to me what happened the first. She's like it's alright I'll be gentle. And she barely touched my nostril with it. I think she was one of the good ones. But fuck that first one. Fool me once.

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PelosiSux1776 5 points ago +5 / -0

talked to nurse in ICU in March 2020, she was not worried. Said when swine flu happened they had to have training about how to wear hazmat suits and other protocols, but no training about Covid. The ICU had all of 2 patients at the time. March 2020.

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RegularAmerican 3 points ago +3 / -0

I spent a at least 10 nights in the hospital. Not as a patient but because my son was born and there was alot of complications that happened. Early this year in March and April. I can't tell you how Empty that place really was. At night everyone went home and it felt like one of those videogames when I'd walk around I got lost so many times.

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Stolen 4 points ago +4 / -0

And they fired the Unvaxxed ones

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TwelveMoreYears 4 points ago +4 / -0

This is the joy one expresses after learning that their workload was just reduced by 75%.

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barwhack 3 points ago +3 / -0

It was nonsense intubations for a blood disease, and pushing a high-risk EUA gene therapy on low-to-nill-risk children, that persuaded me that my industry is run by 'tards (or worse).

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solarsavior 3 points ago +3 / -0

That is covered with many clips in the first link here.

The Covidian Cult

https://files.catbox.moe/akn276.MP4

That will get you started.

Here is the entire "The Lucid Divide" series, including the uncut Episode 3 (from above) which includes information about the filmmaker.

https://www.bitchute.com/search/?query=the%20lucid%20divide%20news%20vault&kind=video

I HIGHLY recommend everyone watch and share. It is done theatrically so it's not a snooze fest.

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DONTRUMP 3 points ago +3 / -0

thats some next level stupid shit....

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SurferOnTheRhye 3 points ago +3 / -0

Question. Did we ever find out if these were actual nurses/doctors, in actual hospitals, in wings that dealt with Covid patients?

Reason I'm asking is not that I find it hard to believe people can be this mentally handicapped. Hell, I can even believe that someone like HR told them to do this as part of, I dunno, some idiotic team building or stress relieving exercise. HR is thoroughly infected with this kind of idiocy nowadays.

But before all that, I would just like to know, for certain, that each of these videos were exactly what they seem to be, and not just someone's fabrication - because if someone was to wage a disinformation war against the US in a time of social tensions, I can see this type of content being fabricated and used as a wedge.

We all remember the "nurses" that blocked traffic while holding signs, "coincidentally" in the exact place where there were lots of cameras to film them. I still don't know who those people were, and I have no reason to believe they were actual nurses and doctors. In fact, i'm thoroughly inclined to believe they were political/ideological operatives working hand-in-hand with the media to create exploitable "confrontations".

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Basedblkman88 1 point ago +1 / -0

How many 18-23 year old women do you know??

Guessing you're a millenial and think our generation is bad, but its bullshit -not even on the same planet as gen z. Yes a much much higher portion are that soulless and out of touch with reality. Their compassion for others in the world extends to just outside of their own skin.

What do you expect when growing up -you socialize more with people through a box than face to face? And I work in tech, but this shit has ruined humanity.

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motorheaD1340 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sad thing is, those who didn't participate in that are probably the ones losing their jobs now.

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chesterfields 3 points ago +3 / -0

Remember when doctors and nurses lost a metric fuck ton of credibility from this shit?

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magnokor 3 points ago +3 / -0

Hospitals, and those paid big money working in them, are to serve the citizens.

Not this scam the past two years where citizens have been told to serve the hospitals.

Numbers are often hidden. But the UK decided to delay important treatments for 3.5million citizens due to China Virus panic.

Elective operations fell by 3.5 million between March 2020 and February 2021

Grieving family believe NHS cancer backlog caused by the pandemic led to mum's death

Rich doctors just doing telephone appointments. Nurses in public hospitals taking taxpayer-bought clothing and putting on dance routines. Not a good look.

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Bombshellacking 3 points ago +3 / -0

Our upscale nursing home in town still has big fucking “Heroes” sign on the front lawn. Jesus fucking Christ remember when grocery store workers where worshipped?

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drachennwolf 3 points ago +3 / -0

And they're now blaming "Covid fear" for all of the cancer patients and people dying because they (the hospitals) were cancelling appointments. They're literally making shit up as they go and no one is calling them out on it.

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Noconfusion 3 points ago +3 / -0

Blew my mind how obviously fake some of those were and you still had slack jawed morons clapping like seals over professional dancers performing tiktok propaganda

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123breadman 2 points ago +2 / -0

How long did it take for them to choreograph it all?

Maybe months

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DZone 2 points ago +2 / -0

So why are those fired nurses not talking?

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boxslowly 1 point ago +1 / -0

They likely fit into the normie category. Depend on facebook and twitter both of which will not allow any interesting topics.

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SaltyGothBabe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yep! At the hospital I used to work at as Dietary Worker, we were NEVER swarmed. Now sometimes we did have more covid patients than others, but we were never covered over. No bodies stacked in the halls!

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Save_the_Republic 2 points ago +2 / -0

I started to distrust them when the doc came in and said there was nothing on the xray and I said, what x-ray? Nobody took an x-ray. He looked dumb founded and made me think I was crazy for questioning him. I won't ever see another doctor unless by some chance I'm wheeled into a hospital unconscious.

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7SEAS 2 points ago +2 / -0

Me too. I just couldn’t wrap my brain around it.

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Steady3 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'll never forget the pure retardation of these fake ass clowns.

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TonsOfSalt 2 points ago +2 / -0

Can't get into too much detail, but I have photos of the "surge" that never came. Empty overflow rooms and empty hospital with nobody there. Hospital almost went bankrupt. They're probably trying to clamor back to solvency with vaccine money and associated reimbursement schemes.

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Wcvarn 2 points ago +2 / -0

I will never blindly follow medical advice anymore. Just like I do before I take my car to a mechanic or hire a handy person to do house repairs, I research what needs to be done first.

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Stanwyk74 2 points ago +2 / -0

Happened to me many years before