Ardis reminded the viewers about his message that "hospital protocols are dangerous, ineffective and set up to actually injure and murder hundreds of thousands of Americans and innocent human beings."
He also slammed the health protocols endorsed by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci, including his promotion of remdesivir – an experimental antiviral drug that failed in human trials – as a treatment for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
Ardis added that the drug was the least effective against viruses and has the highest death rates in clinical trials. He noted that remdesivir is known to cause acute kidney and liver failure.
Jean, founder of the United States for Medical Freedom, spoke about the need to have an advocate in the hospital.
"I'm one of those nurses who believe that family at the bedside helps the patient. And I really saw that the shutting down of the hospitals and not allowing family inside was really preventing the care of these patients," Jean said. "And so I immediately was trying to figure out a way that we could advocate for these people that didn't have advocates inside the hospital systems."
Jean lamented that some nurses were just following orders and were not really advocating for their patient's best care. "It's shocking and disappointing that in some cases, these nurses are not asking more questions. And, you know, and almost a little bit more pushback so that they can fight for these patients' rights," Jean said.
Nicole Sirotek, founder of American Frontline Nurses, went viral for her May 2020 video asking everyone's help because patients were being killed at the hospital. Sirotek said that the incident pushed her to start a mission to save lives.
She combined forces with Jean and Jodi O'Malley to speak up against the medical tyranny happening in American hospitals. (Related: New Missouri COVID whistleblower: Hospitals are lying to the public about COVID… and I can prove it.)
Sirotek also spoke against the use of remdesivir, which she said was killing people in hospitals.
"The FDA [Food and Drug Administration] approved it. When we know that it's still killing people in the hospitals, now we've been fighting against it," Sirotek said.ins
"And we have been trying to connect and teach people about the dangers of remdesivir. And people think that remdesivir is just something that they've been working on for a considerable amount of time. But as you've been educating people, it was a failed Ebola drug, it failed back with the Ebola trials, it failed every single time they tried to repurpose it."
The American Frontline Nurses founder also revealed that the remdesivir clinical drug trial conducted on COVID patients not only caused liver and kidney problems, but also brought respiratory distress syndrome and multi-organ system failure to some of the participants.
Jodi O'Malley is a nurse at the Phoenix Indian Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. She's known as the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) employee who became a vaccine whistleblower.
O'Malley spoke to Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe about what she thinks has been really happening at her federal government facility. She recorded her HHS colleagues discussing their concerns about the new COVID vaccine to back up her story.
Project Veritas released the video of their interview with O'Malley during their COVID vaccine investigation series on Sept. 20 last year.
The COVID nurse, ICU, ER, and hospital supervisor said the Fauci protocol given to every COVID positive patient and every hospital throughout the U.S. was not working.
"I knew the dangers of the treatment with remdesivir because we had to take labs every day and monitor our patient's liver and kidney function. It was possibly killing people. And when I couldn't speak out against alternative therapy is where you saw me start to record," O'Malley said.
O' Malley pointed out the importance of knowing the Patient Bill of Rights.
"Everyone should look up the Patient Bill of Rights. If you have an issue with something, they have to try to resolve it as quickly as possible – the right to participate in your plan of care and being given informed consent, not just a one-sided narrative. But overall, the pros and cons of what you are agreeing to do," O' Malley stressed.
"You are to be free from all forms of harassment, abuse and neglect. And we're going to be seeing that a lot more now with our people that don't want to take the vaccine. They're being treated much differently, which I don't have time to go into. But you're also restrained or secluded. People are not aware that they have rights."
O'Malley added that hospitals keeping people unlawfully imprisoned or medically kidnapped are doing a form of torture. She noted that when patients don't have family members at the bedside to advocate for them, they lose the will to survive.
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