How Covid POLICY and misdiagnosis killed a lot of people

Long, but watch it all.

Also a letter from another nurse who was force terminated for not taking an injection of something she, in her expert opinion and personal experience, did not want.

Why I Am Leaving My Nursing Job

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

CHI Memorial, Dignity Health, and All Administrators in Chattanooga, TN and throughout our companies, the following letter is my heart felt forced termination for not complying to allow, against my own will, the injection of an illegally mandated vaccine under Emergency Use Authorization.

First, I would like to express I have enjoyed working in my unit for the last three years. We have a culture of helping and supporting each other through the best and worst of times. I worked through the 2020 COVID pandemic when we did not have proper PPE. Our facility’s PPE policies were changed several times to omit use of PPE used with infectious diseases we once would take protection from when encountering. Our loop masks that we wore for the entire 12-hour shift came in a box for months that stated on the side “not for medical use.” In the beginning of the pandemic, we were not afforded N95 masks unless we worked in the COVID units then we were able to have 1 N95 mask, we were handed a brown paper lunch bag with a sheet of paper to log each shift we wore it for. After 7 shifts of wearing the same N95 mask we could turn it in for a new one while the used one was sent for sterilization. Loop masks and N 95 masks are only made for a one-time use, but we knew PPE was limited and took what we could get. […]

Thank you EB.

About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

2 Replies to “How Covid POLICY and misdiagnosis killed a lot of people”

    • A fisherman was standing on the riverbank, his line in the water.
      “Any luck?” asked another fisherman who happened along.
      “Nothing yet,” was the reply. “This is usually a good spot, but not a nibble.”
      “I don’t think they’ve opened that dam up river in days,” said the other man. “And I tried two small streams down current. Last year I caught all kinds of Brookies. Nothing this weekend at all.”
      “Yet, Middleville was flooding yesterday. People were pumping out their basements.”
      “I heard. But there was nothing in the news on it.”
      “Oh, pal, by the way did you know you have a massive trout stuck to your forehead?”
      “No I didn’t, but thanks for pointing it out.”

      VITT. Yeadon was right. Adding more dangerous spike protein to a disease already creating them is too coincidental to not be by design. Otherwise it is criminal incompetence. So pick your poison, but this guy knew what he was doing, for starters:

      All for a few lousy shekels. Beast.

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