Over the last week, you’ve learned a lot about an epidemic of death care at Mercy-less Hospital in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. Thanks to the Stew Peters Show audience, Scott Quiner was saved but we are beginning to learn that his case was the tip of the iceberg.
“Dozens, hundreds, thousands of hospitals around this country have lost their minds in the grip of the Covid frenzy,” Stew Peters said Wednesday. “And it’s not just happening in blue or purple states. It’s happening in states that voted for Donald Trump by 30 points.”
On Wednesday a mother named Machaela Hughes joined the show to share an insane story about how her healthy, 33-year-old son Charles, who works as a paramedic at St. Mary’s Hospital in West Virginia, has gone from first responder, to unresponsive, after being taken hostage by his employer.
According to Machaela, it started with him feeling ill at work with a mere headache. For this he was prescribed antibiotics and steroids, then he started having a hard time breathing, then he went to the hospital, then he was given two Covid tests, and even though they came back negative, St. Mary’s told him he had Covid and refused to let him leave.
St. Mary’s then held Charles hostage in the ICU, which caused him to have a panic attack, increasing his heartbeat and making his breathing problems worse, which then gave the hospital an excuse to place him on a ventilator and dose him with Remdesivir.
Charles has been in severe decline ever since, including his hair falling out, and the doctors continue to drown him with paralytic drugs, which have given him at least one heart attack.
“You are man, you are fallible, you’re not God,” Machaela Hughes told Stew Peters. “And he’s like ‘well I know that, but he said if I don’t do this your son will die’ and I said ‘you have been telling me that he has been dying and is on death’s door for forty-something days now!’”
“We’re gonna stay involved with this and we’re gonna monitor this, Dr. Kahn needs to do the right thing- the whole world is watching,” Stew Peters told Machaela Hughes, pledging to apply the same social pressure that saved Scott Quiner’s life.
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