We’ve been hearing since the very beginning of the plandemic about how hospitals have been paid extra for each patient recorded as a COVID death. This is because the CARES Act more than doubles Medicare payments to hospitals treating COVID-19, versus “garden-variety pneumonia” – and it triples the amount paid to the hospital if those patients are put on ventilators.
In short, the Federal Government has incentivized hospitals to kill their patients, using COVID as a ruse.
As a result, we’ve heard thousands of stories about how hospitals have become the proverbial “gas chambers” of the COVID holocaust, where hapless patients are subjected to the NIH-approved Death Protocol of remdesevir, which causes renal failure and are then put on ventilators, virtually assuring their deaths.
We’ve all heard about motorcycle accident fatalities that the hospitals have officially called “COVID” on the death certificates. Benjamin Gord was about to become another case like this after he was in a single-car crash in Arizona last month.
Benjamin was on the side of the road. As he waited for help, he was able to determine that, aside from a few abrasions on his face from broken glass, he was otherwise unscathed. 10 minutes later, an ambulance arrived. As Ben sat trapped in his car, the EMT reached in and injected him, saying “Just gonna calm you down, Boss.”
Ben woke up 7 hours later in a hospital bed on a ventilator, not knowing where he was. He succeeded in removing the ventilator, the intravenous drips and the catheter. On the floor, he saw his clothes that had been cut off of him. He wrapped some shreds around his naked body and proceeded to an office area, demanding to know why he’d been put on a ventilator and what drugs had been given to him.
The hospital staff looked at him as if they were seeing a ghost. The young woman who did all the talking there told him that he had COVID.
He responded, “Even if that’s true that you tested me for COVID, that ventilator is a late-stage, last-resort, hyper-invasive thing that you’ve done. Also, what [drugs] did you give to me?”
He was told he had been given propofol, fentanyl and morphine and he asked for a formal record of what had been administered and who had authorized it.
When he called the local sheriff’s department to get a copy of his police report, he was told they hadn’t gotten around to it yet. He had been checked in anonymously as John Doe, Date of Birth 1922 but after he left the hospital, they called his sister, who has a different last name. So, the hospital claimed not to know who he was but they were able to track down his sister, who had filed a missing person report for him.
There are still many unanswered questions, here but it really looks like this hospital intended to let him overdose on a cocktail of hard drugs so that they could collect $100,000 in “COVID relief” funds.
This case could shed light on so many other cases over the past 2 years.
Needless to say, we really need to be extra careful and stay out of the hospitals, at all costs.