Deadly Hospital protocols for the treatment of COVID-19 were intentionally designed!

Dr. John Reizer

People the world over are still testing false positives for COVID -19. That in itself is a crime against humanity. PCR testing is incapable of accurately diagnosing the presence of a nonexistent viral pathogen in human beings.

As deadly as the COVID vaccines are, they only represent a portion of the pandemic killing system that was preplanned and implemented by psychopaths.

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8 thoughts on “Deadly Hospital protocols for the treatment of COVID-19 were intentionally designed!

  1. lhakes12 May 12, 2022 / 8:55 am

    I do not believe my husband was ever given remdesivir when he was on the ventilator for 16 days back in April of 2020. He was one of the earlier people to go on the ventilator. A couple of others had been on the ventilator too, and they did die. But at that time there were not many. And I don’t know that the remdrsivir had become the big go to for treatment in hospitals at that time yet. At least not our facility. Although I do believe that it did come along later according to comments and complaints I read on a site called Save America in our area.
    However, putting people on ventilators was the treatment of choice. And keeping the patients (victims) from receiving anything that would actually help them was definitely the protocol. My husband’s doctor did take a risk and gave him an experimental drug, tocilizumab, that he said my husband did not quailify for. (Although I was told everyday that he was at deaths door, and yet he did not qualify. Go figure!) But his doctor did give it to him once anyway, and it was not long after that he came off the ventilator. His doctor followed protocol for the most part, but at least the man had some conscious. And I have to say that he could not have been kinder in his daily phone call updates to me.
    I think many of these doctor’s are suspious of the protocol that has been given them. But many won’t listen to their conscious in fear of losing their careers.
    Plus, I still feel that although my husband’s oxygen level was ony 69 upon arrival to the hospital, that it had improved with the oxygen mask. His doctor would tell me his oxygen level had gone back up in the 90’s, but yet suddenly it was time to put him on a ventilator without medical staff informing beforehand. Only a phone message from my husband who I had spoken to earlier that day at length. Plus, he spoken to our daughter and his brother at length that same day. It had appeared that he was improving and poof!! He was on a ventilator fighting for his life! But as you, John, he miraculously survived!

    Lisa

    • Dr. John Reizer May 12, 2022 / 12:05 pm

      Thanks for sharing, Lisa! I am so happy that your husband was one of the survivors. He, like myself, was fortunate to have made it through such a terrible ordeal.

      John

      • lhakes12 May 12, 2022 / 2:05 pm

        Thank you, John. Both our families have a lot to be grateful for in that regard.

        However, I hope my family can survive my zealous autism (vaccine-injured) son’s escapades in running away. I think the police are getting tired of retrieving him. It’s been a hell of a morning for me! We have two windows that he pried the frames out with a pizza cutter, and one where he broke the glass. I managed to stop him in in those endeavors before he got out. But he still managed to break the paddle lock (pries out of woodwork) to the door in the basement that leads to more windows.
        And out he went again!
        The police officers keep asking how we are doing on finding a group home. And I have to tell them, unfortunately nothing yet.
        And my husband is going to flip when he gets home. I think there are some days he wishes he didn’t survive!
        Anyway, I know that there is nothing the world can to do but wish us good luck, but it’s still feels good to vent a little bit.

        Lisa

      • Dr. John Reizer May 12, 2022 / 2:47 pm

        Vent away, Lisa! If this forum does nothing else, at least it gives like-minded people a place to vent. 🤣

        Hang in there!

        John

      • lhakes12 May 12, 2022 / 3:14 pm

        Thanks much, John! 😂

    • sandy edwards May 12, 2022 / 4:17 pm

      Lisa,

      I am so sorry to hear about all your troubles with your son. I saw a while back that things were not good but didn’t realize it was ongoing. I hope I’m not overstepping but just wondered if you ever thought about checking into cbd oil? I know I put info. about it on this site before for Dr. Reizer but here it is again. There is a FB group called cbd oil users and also a website that has much useful info. and discounts cbdoilusers.com They are having great results for all kinds of problems using cbd. I know at this time you must be at wits end trying to find a reliable place. I will be praying for you and yours.

      Sandy

      • lhakes12 May 12, 2022 / 8:17 pm

        Sandy, thank you for your input and concern. And I very much appreciate your keeping us in your prayers. But we have tried CBD oil in the past . Unfortunately, it gave him too much of a good feel. Even though there was no THC in it. And when he has too much of a good feel he looks for trouble. Also, I recall him making a lot of squawking type noises when he was taking it. He really did act like he was high as a kite on it, even though it was just CBD oil. His system is quite sensitive!
        But who knows, maybe I’ll get desperate enough to try it again.
        At this point, what do I have to lose?

        Lisa

    • sandy edwards May 13, 2022 / 9:36 am

      Lisa,

      I think him getting a good feeling is a great sign but I do know what you are saying by “too much”. Maybe if you lower the dose. I am taking it for my sciatica and still adjusting the dosage after two months. It does work for the pain. Maybe if you could talk to someone else that has a similar situation and has had luck with cbd. The only reason I come back to you again is because I know you are down to your last hopes. I do worry, as I know you must, about sending him to a place with all we have going on in this world today.

      Yours, Sandy

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