As a rule, I do not use infowars as a source. Today I am making an exception.
As I sat and watched this very articulate and knowledgeable nurse speak about her experience at Elmhurst Hospital in NYC, I was stunned and brought to tears. The nurse became an investigative journalist because she was witnessing systemized murder of patients.
I usually try to post videos which are shorter. I realize that not everyone has the time nor the attention span to watch long videos. Again, I am making an exception here – this video is a little over an hour. PLEASE watch as much of it as you can.
I could not stop watching.
It is so important that the American people understand what is happening. I felt such a sadness watching this, because it reminded me of my people in the death camps in Germany being systematically exterminated.
When you watch the nurse and hear her accounts of what transpired at Elmhurst hospital; and when you see her break down in tears, you will be shaken to your core – unless you have no conscience.
Please share this video with as many people as your can. The truth of what is happening because of the globalists and eugenicists is shocking, but it’s truly happening.
Personally, I do not wish to enter any hospital of my own will. That’s how much this has scared me.
I’ve posted the video twice for a reason. The first one is from banned.videos.com < click here to watch
You will notice that on this site there are over 300,000 views. On YouTube, the same video has a little over 2700 views. That speaks volumes to me.
Here is the video from Youtube.com:
Narrative under video from banned.video. com
Erin Marie Olszewski is a Nurse-turned-investigative journalist, who has spent the last few months on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, on the inside in two radically different settings. Two hospitals. One private, the other public. One in Florida, the other in New York. And not just any New York public hospital, but the “epicenter of the epicenter” itself, the infamous Elmhurst in Donald Trump’s Queens. As a result of these diametrically opposed experiences, she has the ultimate “perspective on the pandemic”. She has been where there have been the most deaths attributed to Covid-19 and where there have been the least.
Erin enlisted in the Army when she was 17. She deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Part of her duties involved overseeing aid disbursement and improvements to hospital facilities. While in country she received the Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service, and was wounded in combat. Erin eventually retired as a sergeant, and became a civilian nurse in 2012. Erin is a medical freedom and informed consent advocate. She co-founded the Florida Freedom Alliance but no longer has any connection with the organization. Watch more episodes of Perspectives on the Pandemic here: Episode 1: https://dai.ly/x7ubcws Episode 2: https://dai.ly/k7af1wKOAvcoA7w5DkZ Episode 3: https://youtu.be/VK0Wtjh3HVAEpisode 4: https://youtu.be/cwPqmLoZA4s Episode 5: https://dai.ly/k3l3VyZ2YQv6Zbw5VqE Episode 6: https://youtu.be/3f0VRtY9oTs Episode 7: https://youtu.be/2JbOvjtnPpE Episode 8: https://youtu.be/WlLmt6_w_AM
(As of publication of this video, the producers are still awaiting comment from Elmhurst Hospital). Produced by Libby Handros and John Kirby, The Press and the Public Project and Journeyman Pictures Journeyman.TV