Keeping Hospital Secrets?

Michael Moore | Email: michaek.moore@seetvnews.com

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'A little epiphany about the plannedemic' So I have mentioned on here multiple times that my wife's a nurse at a hospital. Last night she worked an extra shift in the Emergency Room (not her regular department) She found out, how "they" are getting away with claiming there's a "pandemic of the unvaccinated"


While dealing with a patient who came in exhibiting symptoms of myocarditis, a FT Emergency Room nurse conveyed some very interesting information to my wife. Apparently all patients are asked whether or not they received the #CV19 vax, no matter what issue it is that brought them into the ER. If the patient received the vax less than 14 days prior, they are recorded as "Un-Vaxxed" The story the nurses are being given, is that this is done because the vax takes 14 days to start working. The FT ER nurse my wife talked to last night has a different theory:

It has been her observation that most patients coming in with what appears to be vaccine injuries are coming in within 72 hours of receiving the jab. By recording these patients as "Un-Vaxxed" they can do a few things: - one, they can claim those vax injuries are a result of Covid & not the shot - two, they can bury the vaccine injury - three, they get to claim there's a "pandemic of the unvaccinated"


It also turns out that nurses are being required to sign nondisclosure agreements, promising not to publicly discuss any procedures dealing with #CV19 My wife refused to sign this agreement, and she's awaiting possible retaliatory response from upper mgmt. We need nurses across the country to start talking about all of this openly, as I'm sure our little hospital is not the only place this is occurring.