Mount Juliet, TN
Covid protocol was genocide. I remain in prayer that the truth about Covid and the protocol will be revealed to all the world.
He did not have to die. He should not have died.
The ER And The Hospital
“He said he had IV’s in both arms and when they brought his food trays, he was not able to get to them.”
My husband and I both were tested 11/8/21 for Covid. His Cigna primary doctor was out-of-town. He went to the TriStarER nearest our home and I went to my regular doctor. My test results were back the next day. I tested positive and they gave me the locations administering monoclonal antibody treatments. My husband’s test results did not come back until 11/11/2021 and then only because we called to check status and get the paperwork. However, the ER did chest Xray and found no issues on 11/8/21. (Also note-worthy, the ER would later send him to their hospital.)
I took my husband with me to Gibbs Pharmacy to get the antibody treatment. Their prelim test showed his oxygen level was too low to administer at their location. I took the treatment and we went home. Our daughter took my husband back to TriStarER where he was tested. She was not allowed to be with him. They contacted her on cell phone to say they were transporting him to TriStar Summit hospital. He was admitted 12/12/21 in the early am hours. We were told we could not visit. He was able to telephone me and let me know his room number. He said he had IV’s in both arms and when they brought his food trays, he was not able to get to them. The tray table was too far away. By Sunday, 11/14/21 I was feeling well enough and I was angry enough about how he was being treated. I went to his room even though I was not supposed to be there. No one attempted to stop me. When I was discovered in his room, they allowed me to stay because I had had Covid and took the antibody.
The Push For ICU
My husband began to do better. With my help, he was eating and drinking and able to get up to the bedside commode chair. A male nurse on the floor was very encouraged with his stats. However, by Friday 11/20/21 the respirologist was not happy with the nurse. She wanted to move my husband to ICU and the nurse did not agree. He requested another lung x-ray, and she refused. At that point, I requested he be moved to VA Nashville hospital. The infectious disease doctor came in to back up the female doctor. I told him my daughter was making arrangements for the transfer to VA. He asked for her contact info. I thought he was going to coordinate the transfer, but what he did was convince our daughter her father was too ill to be transferred. He told her to come to the hospital so she could see her dad. When she arrived, she was not in the hospital room for five minutes, when we were told he was being moved to ICU. I protested. My husband protested, but they did it anyway. We tried to accompany him to the ICU but we were met by security and a nurse at the door of ICU saying we could not see him until the next day during ICU visiting hours. We went back to the room to collect his belongings. A floor nurse and another lady (assistant) both apologized over and over. They had known all along he was going to be moved to ICU no matter what.
“My husband did so much better when I could be with him.”
The following morning when I was able to go into ICU, I learned they had sedated my husband because he was so upset about being moved. They would not allow me in his room. I asked who I could speak with about being allowed to be with him. Dr. Harris took all the facts into consideration, and I was allowed to go into his room as long as I wore full protection, gown/mask/gloves. My husband did so much better when I could be with him. Being in ICU started a roller coaster effect. One day my husband was doing well, the next he was not. On 11/24/21 his vitals were 108/68, his oxygen level 94; he was sitting up and was on vapor-therm nose breather oxygen. From my notes: 12/10/21 106/56 BP 96 oxygen level, bi-pap use at night. The next day 12/11/21 during the night he vomited into his bi-pap mask. He inadvertently pulled the feeding tube out. He was not being given any food or water by mouth. The feeding tube needed to be replaced but after two attempts, they stopped trying. I went into the room and knelt at the foot of his bed and prayed as they tried one more time. That third try was successful.
Ending A Life
“He advised removing the bi-pap, giving heavy sedation and allowing him to pass.”
He seemed better on 12/13/21, but on 12/14/21 in speaking with one of the ICU nurses, she asked if he had taken the vaccine. I said “no”. The next morning, Dec. 15, 2021 the ICU doctor (Dr Smith) said he did not believe we should continue prolonging the inevitable. He advised removing the bi-pap, giving heavy sedation and allowing him to pass. I went in and talked with my husband. He was black and blue all on his backside from laying in the bed. He could not breathe but for a few minutes without the bi-pap. His body was so swollen it looked as though his legs might burst. He said he did not want to live like that. Hospice reps explained what they would do.
Three (hospitalist) doctors doing 7 days on and 14 off. I could not count how many nurses we had during his stay. The most anyone was there was two days in a row. Per billing, the hospice dept. had been called in earlier than I was aware. I do not believe they ever intended him to get well. I had asked (several times) for therapeutics but was told they had to follow CDC and FDA Covid protocol. The protocol contributed to his death. He did not have to die. He should not have died. How many people died in the same horrible manner? Covid protocol was genocide. I remain in prayer that the truth about Covid and the protocol will be revealed to all the world.