Peters criticized doctors who see the pandemic as an opportunity to feel superior. Among those doctors is Mayo Clinic cardiologist, Dr. Courtney Bennett, who advises unvaccinated people who fall sick to "go die."
According to the National File, a Facebook post by Bennett says: "[We] live in a society of self-centered people who get their medical advice from sources like YouTube or [One America News] yet beg us to help them [breathe] using technology developed by actual science when they're blue and gasping for air."
Bennett's colleague, Dr. Mark Sawyer, expresses similar sentiments against unvaccinated Americans. Peters talks about how the Mayo Clinic general surgeon fantasizes "rhythmically kicking" unvaccinated people in the genitalia, based on the latter's Facebook posts. Sawyer also says that unvaccinated persons will have to be left to die for the greater good, a separate National File article reported.
Peters has interviewed several guests with first-hand accounts of medical violence in the hospital system during the pandemic.
Stacey Lee, a security guard at a Catholic charity hospital, contacted Peters to reveal how patients are denied proper treatments in medical facilities. According to Lee, people with COVID-19 symptoms who show a positive test result are sent back home because they are "not sick enough."
The security guard adds that the high utilization numbers in hospitals being reported in mainstream media are a "farce." Lee says: "They've shut down a lot of hospital wings and they are short-staffed already." (Related: Hospital administrators CAUGHT ON CAMERA scheming to fabricate covid numbers and SCARE the public.)
Lee relates that the COVID-19 patients going in and out of her workplace are not receiving hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) or ivermectin (IVM). "Let me say this very clearly. No one is getting HCQ and IVM. They are told that the doctors can only follow the CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] protocol and cannot deviate from that," she tells Peters.
Peters says the public health agency's official protocol for COVID-19 treatment is to "jam [patients] full of remdesivir, throw [them] on a ventilator and then they die." He continues: "It's a complete travesty, what's happening in these hospitals. And shame on these doctors for doing this."
Peters also interviewed Minnesota health worker Jummai Nache, whose legs were amputated due to a serious reaction caused by the vaccine. A report by the Gateway Pundit says Nache received the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and had a bad reaction, resulting the removal of her lower extremities.
"Like millions of other health care professionals, she was ordered to get a COVID-19 vaccination [at the cost of losing] her job," Peters says. "The CDC and FDA [Food and Drug Administration] are not too interested in exploring the possibility that these vaccines could be harmful for huge numbers of people. Better just keep mandating the vaccine for everybody," Peters says.
Peters lets Nache and her husband Philip recount the events leading up to the amputation of her legs. Jummai Nache received her first dose on Jan. 13, and Philip immediately noticed that the veins in her legs "were coming out." She got the second dose on Feb. 1.
On Feb. 2, Jummai called up Philip complaining of chest pains. Philip rushed Jummai to a hospital for urgent care, and the doctors at the emergency room told him that Jummai would have died had she not been admitted in time. The doctors found that her legs were riddled with blood clots, forcing them to amputate both.
The doctors also amputated her entire left hand and three fingers on her right hand. Philip says Jummai was hooked to a ventilator for more than two weeks and received "medication to paralyze her." (Related: Utah teenager hospitalized for deadly blood clots following covid vaccine.)
Peters concludes that given what happened to Jummai, "you have to be able to make your own choices regarding what you put in your body."
"For somebody to force an injection that you don't want or you don't need into your body and to watch the effects that it could have on people, it's insane – all to feed a narrative," Peters says.
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