A Doctor Reaches Out on Reddit: It's Not Just Remdesivir + Intubation That Is Murdering COVID Patients - Another Little Known Drug is Driving The Highest COVID Mortality In America
I reposted the article 1 Million COVID Deaths: Here’s The Real Reason Why More People Died From COVID In The United States Than Every Other Country on Reddit and a doctor was kind enough to reply with utterly fascinating comments:
Because we have a large amount of obesity in this country. Just from that alone you have hypertension and diabetes.
The patients I saw with covid that ended up worse had those underlying conditions.
That and we threw so many people on the ventilator early in the pandemic on the vice of China, which is actually the last thing you want to do. That's why they started putting people on bipaps instead. Sure in some cases the last option was the ventilator, but that's not how it was seen at the start.
Yours truly replied:
Any doctor intubating a Covid patient is a murderer. It's that simple. We interviewed NYC Covid ICU doctors and all of them correctly stated a less than 10% chance of survival for intubation, and we followed up with the question, "then why would you intubate knowing that the outcomes would be so grim?" Their replies were blank stares.
Let's not even get into Remdisivir.
Doctors mindlessly going along with the CDC and FDA are at this point criminals.
To which our outspoken MD commented:
A lot of doctors were afraid to even see the patients, most would not have entered the room.
I swear on my life, I had this patient that I was taking care of...She had covid and was placed on a ventilator and was not expected to make it. Except she ended up extubating herself, improved, and transferred to a step-down unit. I have no doubt there are excess deaths due to patients being placed on it. No doubt.
Don't get me started on Dexamethasone...There's another angle that most people don't know about.
I then asked him to elaborate on Dexamethasone, to which he linked me to an openmodlogs thread that he previously posted on:
I replied but noticed no response. Look at this thread using a private browser and my comment was hidden, no idea why. I'll paste it again.
Like I said in my previous posts, the patients I saw that deteriorated quickly typically had several things in common. Obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and sometimes congestive heart failure. Our country is failing at controlling diabetes, so these patients that were coming in already had issues controlling their blood sugars. Well, say hello to Dexamethasone. Very well known to cause blood sugars to spike and stay elevated. Long term use can even cause diabetes.
It was a common occurrence to have your patients who had an average blood sugar in the range of 100-200 to now have an average sugar in the 300-400s. Sustaining blood sugars that high causes a lot of issues in the body.
>Excess sugar in the blood, the central feature of diabetes, can react with immune proteins to cause myriad changes in the immune system, including inflammatory changes that promote atherosclerosis, according to a new study from scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine and University of Massachusetts Medical School.
news.cornell dot edu/stories/2021/03/excess-blood-sugar-promotes-clogging-arteries-study
Essentially, sustaining high glucose levels creates an inflammation process in the body and further weakens your immune system. And just like any other medicine, there is the side effects that come along with it.
>Common side effects may include:
>fluid retention (swelling in your hands or ankles);
>increased blood pressure;
drugs dot com/mtm/dexamethasone-injection.html
So, remember the congestive heart failure patients? Typically they always had diabetes. It was a reoccurring thing to have these types of patients in and out of the hospital for "shortness of air" due to worsening symptoms of CHF. Before covid, they would come in and receive a diuretic for a few days and then be discharged and typically you would see them within a month or two and always for "shortness of air".
I'm mentioning this shortness of air because if during covid you came in for shortness of air, you were automatically "covid rule out". If by chance your test did come back positive or not, your diuretic was stopped and you were started on Dexamethasone. So now, some patients ended up with increased fluid overload in their lungs.
Like I said, the doctors would never enter a patients room. It was a recipe for disaster. There was no focus on starting any vitamins, nothing. What's the harm in trying? A lot of patients already have "vitamin D deficiency" listed in their history. You think being inside a hospital their vitamin d level is going to increase? No. No effort was ever had in at least trying other methods. It's because "the other side" started talking about alternatives that it immediately was scoffed at.
First off, it’s not surprising that such truthiness would be “hidden” on a forum. Secondly, it’s quite obvious that the hospitals were leveraging the diabetes and heart patients’ previous conditions into COVID murder from the get go. Thirdly, adding a drug like Dexamethasone into the CDC’s deadly protocol cocktail was a guarantee for additional significant mortality increases, and as such far greater hospital revenues as direct function of the conflict of interest federal government compensation for all “COVID” deaths, more at murders.
All of the PSYOP-19 policies, from lockdowns to masking to DEATHVAX™ to CDC protocols and data to hospital adherence of said CDC protocols to Remdisivir + intubation to fraudulent published studies to illegal funding of CCP research labs for banned gain of function “research” to BigPharma COVID mRNA “vaccine” patents well before COVID was released to etc. & etc. & etc. all establish the fact patterns of the most incontrovertible globally coordinated NAZI 2.0 Technofascist eugenics depopulation and control program ever foisted on humanity in the history of mankind.
I followed up by asking the good doctor if he brought up the Dexamethasone problem to his hospital team. I have yet to receive a response as of this posting, but if he does answer, I will update this article.
Do NOT comply.