US Hospital Corporations Profited Like Never Before During the World Pandemic

Dr. John Reizer

Money is the tool that allows the controlling powers to get science and the health care system on board with the COVID narrative.

Since the beginning of the infectious disease psyop, US hospital corporations have profited like never before.

The federal government needed plenty of COVID-19 case numbers reported to be able to use the pandemic label and get emergency use authorizations in place. Without the pandemic terminology, experimental and deadly vaccines could not have been administered to the public.

Additionally, the deadly COVID mitigation protocols implemented by different hospital settings were paid for by US taxpayer dollars. The mitigation protocols were key factors in the murdering of millions of patients false-positively diagnosed with COVID.

Federal funds were set aside and paid to hospitals as long as they diagnosed patients with COVID. In many instances, hospitals and doctors got three times the number of fees they normally received when taking care of non-COVID patients.

In a nutshell, hospitals made more money by diagnosing patients with a nonexistent disease. Also, these corporations protected their medical facilities from lawsuits because anyone diagnosed as having COVID immediately lost the right to sue for medical malpractice.

In theory, the federal relief funds paid to hospital corporations by taxpayer dollars were supposed to be used to help offset the expenses hospitals incurred during the pandemic. The funds were earmarked to help uninsured patients not become financially ruined from astronomical medical bills.

What happened in practice was much different than what was supposed to happen. Hospitals financially gouged patients by sending the survivors huge medical bills while also pocketing the federal relief funds.


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6 thoughts on “US Hospital Corporations Profited Like Never Before During the World Pandemic

  1. sandy edwards July 15, 2022 / 11:32 am

    A couple weeks ago my local news station reported that Duke Hospital, Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill, and Wake Med in Raleigh were all under investigation for making large sums of money on the pandemic. It was reported one time as far as I know. I can’t find anything about it on their website and have heard nothing else since.

    • Dr. John Reizer July 15, 2022 / 11:57 am

      The hospital corporations and their assets (doctors, nurses, therapists, and support staff) are complicit partners in crimes against humanity, in my considered opinion.


  2. lhakes12 July 15, 2022 / 12:04 pm

    These doctors and hospitals are the real quacks! They profit by deceit and lies. They misdiagnose to make everything covid, and give out poisonous injections that lead to suffering or death for many.

    And at the time my husband was in the hospital back in early 2020, I had heard they were getting around $30,000 per patient on a ventilator. It seemed like if a patient was starting to improve, it was like oops! We better get him on that ventilator quick before someone discovers it. And that is hard for family members to do because they are barred from seeing their loved ones. It is all very orchestrated!

    That’s how it felt to me, John. I don’t know how it all went down for you!


    • Dr. John Reizer July 15, 2022 / 12:52 pm

      I will tell you how it went for me, Lisa. I was poisoned by something, somehow and stupidly went to a hospital where in the span of a short time became critically ill because of, in my opinion, the hospital mitigation protocols used on me.

      That in itself was a crime and I will most likely never see justice served. But the bullshit didn’t stop there.

      I couldn’t go to a hospital in South Carolina that was in my insurance network because every hospital in my area was filled with COVID patients. I had paramedics tell me at my house to go to North Carolina to receive emergency care because there was no room in the local South Carolina facilities.

      So, I did go to a North Carolina hospital. My insurance company and the hospital agreed to care for me as if I were an in-network insurance patient. The insurance approval was granted because I was considered a COVID emergency.

      Later, I was transferred to another out-of-network hospital in North Carolina. After a lengthy insurance review by the facility, the hospital agreed to accept my insurance as if it were an in-network agreement. In other words, the hospital led me and my family to believe they would accept payment for my care from my insurance company.

      Months after coming home from the hospital, I received a balance bill of over a half million dollars from the North Carolina hospital. This balance bill was the amount left over after my insurance company paid a portion of the bill.

      So, in a nutshell, my insurance company and the hospital lied to me, making me and my family believe that I wasn’t going to have any financial liability concerning my treatment.

      • lhakes12 July 15, 2022 / 1:45 pm

        That is differently a nightmare, John! And no doubt it is ongoing as well. And I can relate to “became critically ill because of, in my opinion, the hospital mitigation protocols used”

        However, the insanity of being bumped around, and the crap you went through with the insurance companies that probably either don’t know what they are even doing or are straight out telling you lies is preposterous.

        I am sure it would feel great to scream your rage out from the rooftops at these nefarious fiends!
        And maybe more! 😂


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