Jolynn G.’s Story

Walla Walla, WA.

I know in my heart that they killed him with the Remdesivir protocol.

He was a pastor and a very loving man who gave his life for others.

The Push For Remdesivir

“My husband didn’t know how bad the medication was and so he gave them permission to give it.”

My husband, Lee went into the hospital on October 9 late in the evening. He was having a very tough time breathing and I knew that he would need oxygen. By the time we got him into the emergency room and in triage, his blood oxygen was at 84 to 86%. They took him right into the ER and put him in a room with oxygen. I was able to stay with him until about two in the morning when they came to take him upstairs. In the ER the nurse came in and was getting ready to start the Remdesivir, I told him that I had heard very bad things about it, and didn’t want my husband to take it. The doctor was sent in to talk to me and told me that it was the only protocol they had and that it would be fine. My husband didn’t know how bad the medication was and so he gave them permission to give it. I kept protesting and they just didn’t listen to me.


Isolation

While he was in the hospital they wouldn’t let me go up and see him, and continued to give him Remdesivir, for the next four days (For a total of 5 days). I kept calling every single day to see how he was doing and he just kept getting worse. I would ask them more questions about all the medications that they were giving him and they told me that everything was fine. Then I got a phone call from my husband who said they were going to put him on a ventilator. I was very upset and I talked with the doctor on the 14th, which was a Thursday, and he told me that he was optimistically encouraged that my husband was doing better. I continued to call every day and spoke with his various nurses, and the doctor. I talked with the doctor again on the 16th, which was a Saturday, and the very next morning the doctor called me to tell me that my husband wasn’t doing well at all. And then he told me that he was passing away and they needed my permission to take him off the ventilator.


He Was Gone

“The insensitive attitude was very hard to take.”

I went in there around 1 p.m. Sunday and I was able to stand at the glass sliding door in the ICU, but they would not let me go in to see him. I just couldn’t believe that he was gone, and begged the staff to please let me gown up and go in to just be with him one more time. They refused and told me that if I didn’t calm down they would call hospital security and have me taken out. I sat there and looked at him for about four hours just trying to wrap my brain around the fact that he was gone. Other than not being able to breathe when he left home he seemed to be fine. His heart was good and was otherwise fairly healthy. He was a type two diabetic, but he and his doctor had it very well under control. I know in my heart that they killed him with the Remdesivir protocol. The insensitive attitude was very hard to take. I was hoping that I would get to tell my story, thank you for setting up this site for us to share our grief and sadness that there was nothing we could do to help our loved ones. He was a pastor and a very loving man who gave his life for others and it has been very tough for me to lose him in this way. I know God will make all things right in the end, but I just wanted to share what happened so others could be encouraged to share as well.


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