As part of this, he talks to Michell Tavares, a dear friend who recently lost her father to the hospital protocols that he was placed on in the name of stopping the spread of the disease.
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Talking about her father's case, Tavares clarifies that he did not go into the hospital for COVID-19. Rather, he had to go because of diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) a complication of his diabetes where his body started producing high levels of blood acids called ketones.
"So he went in with the DKAm" she explains. "He had a high glucose of 869."
However, instead of treating her father for diabetes, Tavares says that the hospital immediately classified him as a COVID-19 case.
"That was the first thing they do, and this is part of the problem," she said. "I think that you know in the first walk in every assumption is COVID as if nothing existed before COVID."
"I call it a lazy diagnosis, doctors have become too lazy," she adds.
Beyond that, Tavares explained that the hospital staff kept pushing to put her father on a ventilator. This was despite it being against her father's wishes.
"It was it was a ventilation argument for two days starting off with the emergency department and then I said it's against his wishes."
In addition, she explains that he was not in any serious life-or-death situation that would need a ventilator.
"It was not to the point of Oh my gosh, his lungs are going to collapse and he needs a ventilator."
Tavares' experience isn't unique and that similar instances of patients suffering because hospitals treated them as COVID-19 cases were happening all over the country.
Since losing her father, she's gotten in touch with others around the country who've had similar experiences.
"What I found after coming forward was a flood of other families coming forward that had family members went through the same thing and died," she says. "Or family members who were in their suffering the same situations."
According to Renz, hospitals' single-minded focus on COVID-19 is hurting people who don't have the disease. He explains how patients with other ailments are being treated as COVID-19 patients the moment they have any symptom associated with the latter, regardless if it is the cause. (Related: Two bombshell interviews: John Moore reveals military knowledge of civilization-ending global event, while attorney Thomas Renz warns of coming tidal wave of vaccine mandate lawsuits.)
"They're coming in with symptoms that aren't COVID, being told 'it's COVID,' and they immediately push ventilation," he says. "Even if there's evidence of something similar to COVID, they aren't testing for things like bacterial pneumonia."
Tavares concurred, again drawing from her experience with her father's hospitalization. Saying that patients like her father were being put through COVID-19 protocols regardless of whether or not they had the disease.
But what made things worse, according to her, was the fact that patients' families were not allowed to go in.
This is important for anyone being admitted to hospital because, as Renz points out, one of the top five causes of death in the U.S. is due to hospital error "without families being there to oversee it."
"That is a huge huge problem," confirms Tavares.