As Deadly Hospital COVID Protocols Continue, So Does the Censorship
(by Michelle Edwards | UncoverDC) – Despite a growing effort to spread the word about the lethality of hospital COVID-19 protocols—which are still in place today—the controversial medicine Remdesivir remains the only antiviral drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat COVID-19 for hospitalized patients. What is driving these contentious treatment protocols, which incorporate death-inducing Remdesivir? With the Biden administration’s public health emergency still in place, a coalition of advocates is exclaiming, “follow the money.”
With money flowing in from the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security), it is a logical assumption that financial incentives from the government are a driving factor behind the deadly hospital protocols, especially when the protocols involve lethal drugs like Remdesivir—a drug condemned as being a safe COVID-19 treatment by numerous professionals. Presently, professionals like doctors, lawyers, first responders, concerned citizens, faith leaders, and families that have lost loved ones to the cruel hospital protocols are taking a firm stand to say they’ve had enough. And although heavily censored by the Pfizer-controlled mainstream media, the voice of those against the ongoing draconian COVID-19 procedures that are undoubtedly attempting to open the door to a new world order is getting louder. Putting the disaster into perspective, the TN Liberty Network’s AJ DePriest explained:
“Over a million people are reported to have died from COVID in hospitals. But they didn’t die from COVID; they died from the hospital protocols.”
One such group of advocates, led by Cast for Truth and Freedom and Medical Freedom Coalition’s Nick Caturano, is holding a press conference on Thursday, October 13, 2022, in Kissimmee, FL, to bring attention to the untold atrocities of COVID-19. The conference will provide the opportunity to again sound the alarm on the catastrophe that continues to unfold—specifically the “oppressive attacks against not only Floridians but all U.S. citizens”—and be a platform where individuals can share personal stories. Likewise, Caturano will give an update on his lawsuit against the Walt Disney Company. The press release for the event states in part:
“For too long, many families have been grieving and suffering in silence demanded of them by the federal government, media, and most public platforms of communication. Floridians suffering these cruelties have been denied justice, laughed at or retaliated against for telling the truth, and told their experiences not only are unimportant but are untrue.
With overwhelming data and information that these victims’ stories are true and are, in fact, the experience of millions of Americans across the country, it is time to start asking the difficult questions many are thinking but are too scared to face.”