WATCH: Nurse Whistleblower Testifies How COVID-19 PROTOCOLS Killed Patients

Denial of safe, effective treatments (HCQ, Ivermectin, etc.) resulted in countless fatalities.

Fortunately, more and more frontline nurses are coming forward with their experiences.

And they’re describing horror stories about the mistreatment of hospitalized patients.

Albert Spence is one such nurse who recently came forward.

Spence has 30+ years of experience as a pulmonary nurse.

He discussed how COVID-19 protocols didn’t make sense from his past nursing experience.

Spence also talked about the high PCR threshold and how that amplified fear into everyone about the ‘pandemic.’

But most shocking is what he realized was taking place with the protocols.

They were killing patients and not the virus.

A quote from Spence on Health Impact News:

I lost sleep over it. I was having chest pain over it. It woke me up in the middle of the night – hit me hard. I could not sleep.

Because my first week or two there (COVID ward), I didn’t lead them to the gate, but I’m the guy that euthanized people.

They call it “comfort care.” But when you get to the point where you can’t take (oxygen mask) off, you get so upset. You haven’t seen your family except through maybe an iPad, in weeks.

And you’re never going to come off the high flow, and the doctor says: “You’ve done your best. But this is going to be it for you.”

And so the patients get all teary eyed and upset, and they call in the palliative team, and they all hold their hands and cry.

But they said: “We can keep you comfortable.”

Here comes Albert (referring to himself). He’s got the morphine and ativan, and I load them up and take off the high flow, and they gas themselves to death.

And I’m the guy who was pushing the buttons, like in the gas chambers at Auschwitz.

Source for Story:

https://welovetrump.com/2021/09/23/watch-nurse-whistleblower-testifies-how-covid-19-protocols-killed-patients/?utm_source=PTN&utm_medium=mixed&utm_campaign=PTN

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