If the drug Remdesivir is used for Medicare patients the hospital gets a 20% bonus payout off the entirety of the patient's hospital stay.
He worked until the day he went into the hospital.
“Being an elderly person, he was already doomed.”
My grandfather was almost 92 years old when the hospital protocol took his life. Before the hospital, he was one of the most active people. He worked until the day he went into the hospital. He never ate meat, drank coffee everyday, had a couple falling episodes but, overall, was healthy.
Being an elderly person, he was already doomed. In early January of 2022, he was admitted to the hospital for ‘pneumonia.’ He stayed for a couple days and then was released. I believe a couple weeks later, he was admitted again because he was having breathing trouble.
Denied His Rights
I was on my way to visit him while he was being admitted to the hospital again. Everything seemed okay for about a week, and then he started to decline. He was denied basic rights as a patient. He wasn’t given ANY water or food for a week. Come to find out, the tube from the breathing treatment wasn’t clean nor sterile.
The Place That Kills
“It took exactly one month for them to kill my grandfather.”
He ended up with some infection causing him to not be able to eat or drink, even if they tried to give him any. So he was then moved to the ICU. Where it just declined even more. My grandfather's throat finally got cleaned up, and then they basically immediately put him on a ventilator. I know he was also given the drug Remdesivir. I’m just not sure when exactly it was given to him.
I don’t think he was even on it for a week before he passed. He was in the hospital from January 18 until February 18th. It took exactly one month for them to kill my grandfather. Covid was the reason of death on his death certificate. And I know that was not the case at all. Like I said, he literally worked until the day he was admitted. If the drug Remdesivir is used for Medicare patients the hospital gets a 20% bonus payout off the entirety of the patient's hospital stay.