Joanne and Greg Eyerly. (Courtesy of Joanne Eyerly)
After the death of her husband at the hand of what she believes to be hospital COVID-19 treatmentprotocols, Joanne Eyerly’s life was uprooted in grief and confusion.
She had to sell most of her belongings and their home in Oregon to move to Ohio, where today she scrambles to put the pieces together.
Of one thing Eyerly said she is certain: “They euthanized him,” she told The Epoch Times. “I know that they did.”
Greg Eyerly was admitted to the hospital on Sept. 22, 2021. Eyerly was not allowed to stay with her husband, so she stayed in communication through text.
It seemed like he was getting better, she said, until Greg reported that he hadn’t been receiving hydration for a week. “I think they are stopping taking care of me,” Greg texted her.
Eyerly called the doctor, asking for basic fluids and vitamin D, C, and zinc treatment for Greg, she said.
“This doctor yelled at me, saying, ‘I don’t know what research you’re looking at, but we’re not doing that. That’s not what we do,’” Eyerly said.
Greg texted her that he was losing body mass rapidly and that he wasn’t being fed.
“Please help make sure there is a plan to get me out of here,” Greg texted.
Throughout his stay, Greg reported that he was seeing less and less medical staff, and Eyerly said she was getting fewer updates on his condition.
‘We Had to Give Him a Chance’
On Sept. 30, Eyerly said Greg made a 39-second call to the Tualatin Police Department, though the department has no record of the call, she said.
The next day, Eyerly was told that Greg needed to be put on a ventilator or he would die.
“We said yes,” she said. “We had to give him a chance.”
On Oct. 1, staff called to tell her that Greg needed protein. Since there were no protein drinks in the ICU, Eyerly needed to go out and get one for him, she said.
With the National Guard at the front entrance, Eyerly said she still wasn’t allowed inside and had to leave it at the front desk.
When she got home, she received a call from hospital staff telling her there had been an emergency and that Greg needed to be ventilated immediately.
Later, she spoke with the doctor who ventilated Greg, and he reported to her that Greg was in no way close to death, and that “his lungs just needed a break,” she said.
However, on Oct. 5, hospital staff reported to her that the ventilator had stopped working and that she and her children needed to come to see him, she said.
“I don’t understand what happened between October the first and the fifth,” she said. “The doctors didn’t offer any information.”
‘It Makes No Sense’
None of it added up, she said, and she had no time to process any of the multiple inconsistent reports from hospital staff.
“I had to come in quickly if I didn’t want my husband of 30 years to die alone,” she said. “My kids and I watched as he took his final breath. My 21-year-old daughter was so distraught she had to be taken out of the hospital in a wheelchair.”
As they were leaving after he passed on Oct. 5, Eyerly said a hospital staff member yelled at them “to get vaccinated.”
Greg had already been hesitant to go to the hospital, Eyerly said, because he had been hearing stories describing poor treatment, specifically of the unvaccinated.
Greg couldn’t take the COVID-19 vaccine because he had a history of negative side effects from the flu vaccine, she said.
It was during this time when President Joe Biden was mandating vaccines for employees on several fronts: private businesses, federal contractors, and health care workers.
When Eyerly got Greg’s medical records, she said she found that Greg had been given a combination of drugs such as morphine and fentanyl.
“It was documented heavily how he was losing weight, and he was self-feeding,” she said. “He was also listed as a fall risk, so they tied his hands down and had him sedated. How could you be so sedated and in charge of feeding yourself? It makes no sense.”
Eyerly said he lost 25 pounds in the course of 12 days.
Now, Eyerly is seeking the truth, she said.
Eyerly connected with a nurse who heard her story and told that she had witnessed COVID-19 patients being treated similarly and that these cases almost always ended in the death of the patient.
The patients were all scorned because of their unvaccinated status and were given a combination of sedatives and the antiviral drug remdesivir. They were also kept isolated and malnourished and ultimately put on a ventilator before dying.
Though Eyerly hasn’t found in Greg’s medical records where he was given remdesivir, the pattern of treatment, combined with drugs like Ativan, Dilaudid, fentanyl, morphine, and multiple sedatives and anxiety medications, suggests to her and the nurse that Greg had been subjected to COVID-19 hospital treatment protocols that have strayed from the Hypocritic Oath of “Do No Harm.”
Though she still doesn’t fully understand what happened, she said her instincts are telling her “this was not a natural death.”
“After sorting through the medical records, it’s plain to see that he did not get his basic needs met,” she said. “Food and water are not controversial treatments. They are basic human needs and rights.”
‘I Can Prove Negligence in a Heartbeat’
Gloria Kniesler has reviewed “thousands upon thousands” of medical documents that describe cases just like Eyerly’s, she told The Epoch Times.
Kniesler, a registered nurse of 22 years in New Jersey who was terminated for declining the COVID-19 vaccine, now volunteers to review cases like Eyerly’s for protocolkills.com, a website set up to inform people on what it describes as the dangers of hospital protocols.
“They didn’t even feed some of these people,” Kniesler said. “They let them starve, and I can prove negligence in a heartbeat.”
The protocols, as described by several physicians, nurses, and families of patients, usually involve isolating the patient after admission, not allowing family contact, putting the patient on several sedatives and pain killers, keeping the patient malnourished, and finally putting the patient on a ventilator before the patient eventually dies.
The hospital then writes it as a COVID-19 death, getting federal reimbursements through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
The Epoch Times reached out to the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC), and the National Institute of Health (NIH) for clarification on which organization specifically wrote and instituted what some have deemed these “death protocols” to treat COVID-19 patients that many federally funded hospitals are reported to be allegedly following.
Though the WHO and the CDC didn’t immediately respond, the NIH responded by stating that allegations of NIH being the source of the protocols is “egregiously false,” adding that it doesn’t recommend “the use of fentanyl, sedatives, or malnourishment.”
“NIH is a research agency and does not issue hospital protocols for treating COVID-19,” NIH said. “NIH is a part of the COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines Panelwhose members are appointed based on their clinical experience and expertise in patient management, translational and clinical science, and/or the development of treatment guidelines. The COVID-19 Treatment Guidelines provide clinicians with guidance on how to care for patients with COVID-19.”
In its COVID treatment guidelines, the NIH said remdesivir is the only drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat COVID-19.
Those who have criticized remdesivir, a drug known to cause kidney failure, cite a study found in the New England Journal of Medicine in which a safety board found it to be the least effective and the deadliest drug in this trial before it was suspended after killing 53 percent of the people who took the drug.
Kniesler has been outspoken about her medical opinion that remdesivir “is a poison.”
In New Jersey alone, CMS reimburses hospitals $17,000 for the use of remdesivir on one patient, she said, but this varies from state to state.
“That’s why this is happening in federally funded hospitals,” she said.
In most cases, the patients who undergo the protocols are unvaccinated, and their cause of death, though recorded as COVID, is multiple organ failure, she said.
‘Something Wasn’t Right’
In her review of the case of Therese Hernandez’s father, Vietnam War veteran Joseph Occhipinti, Kniesler said Occhipinti had gone to the hospital in New Jersey to get monoclonal antibody treatment.
However, when the hospital found that he was unvaccinated, the treatment protocols changed from monoclonal antibodies to remdesivir, Hernandez told The Epoch Times.
“We thought he was getting better, and all of the sudden he began telling us that they were forgetting to feed him,” Hernandez said. “They forgot to bring him food and water. I told him they’re not forgetting. Something was wrong. They were neglecting him.”
He went into kidney failure as his organs began to fail, Hernandez said.
Similar to Eyerly’s and other cases, Hernandez got the call telling her that her father needed to be put on the ventilator or he would die, she said.
“They scared us into venting him,” Hernandez said. “By that point, his kidneys were completely shot.”
Occhipinti was kept isolated from the time he was admitted on Sept. 3 to his death on Sept. 29.
“They called us and told us, ‘You better get up here now because it’s not looking good,’” she said. “Just the day before, they told me he was improving. So they pretty much lied to us the entire time he was in the hospital,” Hernandez alleged.
In addition to being devastated, Hernandez said she also felt “that something wasn’t right.”
“My father was a healthy 68 years old and had no health problems,” she said. “He had just retired and was enjoying life. That was ripped from him for no reason. He fought for this country and this country failed him.”
A Chance Encounter
Having just been fired, Kniesler was standing in line at her local UPS Store to fax paperwork for her 401(k) when she met Hernandez, who was also in line.
They began talking and Hernandez shared her story, Kniesler said.
“One of the biggest things I found with his case was that his hemoglobin was half of what it should be,” she said. “That means he didn’t have half the blood [cells needed] in his body, and they did nothing. They didn’t even acknowledge it. Why did they not give him a transfusion, which could have very well helped his breathing and prevented cardiac arrest?”
Occhipinti went into cardiac arrest, Kniesler said, because she believes his heart had to overwork itself to get oxygen to the cells, “and that can’t be sustained.”
“If they had given him a transfusion, the outcome could have been different,” she said. “But it doesn’t even matter if the outcome were different; he still deserved the top standard of care, and he didn’t get that.”
Two days before Occhipinti died, when Hernandez had been told that her father was improving, the doctor wrote an order for the nurse to contact an organ donor organization, Kniesler said.
“This shows that the doctor had no intention of saving this man,” Kniesler said. “One never does this until the patient is dead.”
Occhipinti was classified as “full code,” meaning he was to be resuscitated, Kniesler said.
“At the time he was writing that order, the patient was intubated and on a ventilator, with half the blood in his body,” Kniesler said. “So, does that show you that the doctor was trying to save him?”
‘It’s Truly Unreal’
The level of neglect Kniesler said she’s seen in Occhipinti’s and other medical records is “heart-wrenching,” she said.
“There’s a lot I can list that they are doing, and a lot of things I can list that they are not doing,” she said.
Light exercises such as deep breathing practice and walking aren’t encouraged when they should be, Kniesler said, leaving the patients forced to stay in bed even when they show signs of improvement.
“Putting COVID, these protocols, and the use of remdesivir aside, I’m seeing so many other things I can’t even believe I’m reading,” Kniesler said. “It’s truly unreal.” SOURCE
Years ago, I worked with a man who was a vegan along with his wife and two small children. One day he came into work looking quite troubled. He told a group of us that his kids had been getting very sick and their blood work showed problems.
When he and his wife told the pediatrician that their children were on strict vegan diets, the doctor immediately told them that the children were not getting enough protein and other nutrients. They changed the kid’s diet to include animal protein – meat, chicken, fish etc. and within a month the children were on their way to good health.
In July 2016, The Washington Post published a story about an Italian couple who lost custody of their 14-month-old son.
The boy had been admitted to the hospital weighing about as much as an average 3-month-old baby.
He required emergency surgery for a congenital heart condition aggravated by low calcium levels.
The reason for the low calcium levels and general malnourishment?
His parents had been keeping their young son on a strict vegan diet since birth without providing any supplements to make up for the nutrients he was missing out on.
According to the Post, this case was not unique.
In fact, it was the third case of a child in Italy being hospitalized as a result of a vegan diet.
And there have been similar cases around the world dating back to 2004. In one case, a couple in the United States was sentenced to life in prison after their baby died as a result of malnourishment.
At the 50th annual meeting of the European Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) earlier this month, experts decided to speak up about the dangers of a vegan diet for children without proper supplementation.
“It is difficult to ensure a healthy and balanced vegan diet in young infants, and parents should understand the serious consequences of failing to follow advice regarding supplementation of the diet,” Dr. Mary Fewtrell, chair of ESPGHAN’s nutrition committee, said in a press statement. “The risks of getting it wrong can include irreversible cognitive damage and, in the extreme, death.”
Dr. Myriam Van Winckel, a professor in the department of pediatrics and medical genetics at Ghent University in Belgium, had something similar to share.
“The more restricted the diet of the child, the greater the risk of deficiency, and this is by far highest in vegan children,” Van Winckel said in a press statement. “But the risk does not stop there. Vegan mothers who breastfeed also need to be aware that their children can develop vitamin B-12 deficiency between 2 and 12 months because of the lack of reserves in their body at birth, even if the mother is not showing any signs of deficiency herself.”
Officials at ESPGHAN are not the only ones to sound an alarm.
A 2010 articleTrusted Source by the Canadian Paediatric Society showed data compiled from several studies of strict vegan preschoolers and school-age children.
Concerns were raised regarding protein, fiber, essential amino acids, iron, zinc, calcium, fat, fatty acids, vitamins B-12, D, A, and riboflavin.
The researchers added that energy levels may be impacted as well, requiring “calorie dense foods to provide for adequate growth.”
The article concluded that while a vegan diet can be safe for children, those children should be closely monitored for appropriate nutrition, growth, and energy levels.
Members of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) also expressed their concerns.
“Childhood is a critical time for growth and brain development,” Dr. Sheela Magge, an endocrinologist at Children’s National Health System, told Healthline. “There are critical vitamins and minerals which can be deficient in a vegan diet, particularly vitamin B-12, vitamin D, iron, calcium, zinc, and riboflavin. Vegan diets can also increase the risk of vitamin A deficiency. B-12 comes from milk and eggs and is a specific concern for people on a vegan diet. A lack of sufficient vitamin B-12 can lead to neurological symptoms. Children on vegan diets may also have slightly higher protein requirements than non-vegan children.”
She added that the first few months and years of life are particularly important.
“Infancy is a special consideration,” Magge said. “The ideal first nutrition for babies is breast milk, but if a mother does not or cannot feed the baby breast milk, the only other option is a soy-based formula. Also, during infancy and weaning the amount of food needed to meet energy needs on a vegan diet may be increased and can exceed gastric capacity. Therefore, frequent feeds are recommended.” SOURCE
Anyone who has read my articles about Bill Gates through the years, knows that I do not trust the man. Therefore, I do not believe that Gates will make sure that strict dietary guidelines will be published so that transitioning to a vegan diet will be safe for everyone.
Oh no, brothers and sisters in Christ – I believe that this “transition” will be nefarious just like the Jab. I think that these plant-based fake meats will be loaded with GMO’s and who knows what else?
I believe that getting the population sick, or even worse, is the end game.
God help us all!
‘Synthetic’ embryo with brain and beating heart grown from stem cells
A research team in the U.K. has announced a huge leap in their long-sought ability to grow synthetic human embryos in a lab without the benefit of a male sperm or female egg.
The journal Neuroscience News reports that researchers from the University of Cambridge have created model embryos from mouse stem cells that form a brain, a beating heart, and the foundations of all the other organs of the body, describing it as “a new avenue for recreating the first stages of life.”
The team developed the embryo model without eggs or sperm, and instead used stem cells, which can be used to “guide” the development of almost any type of cell in the body. They have been working toward this goal for more than a decade.
According to Neuroscience News:
“The researchers mimicked natural processes in the lab by guiding the three types of stem cells found in early mammalian development to the point where they start interacting. By inducing the expression of a particular set of genes and establishing a unique environment for their interactions, the researchers were able to get the stem cells to ‘talk’ to each other.”
The stem cells self-assembled into structures that progressed through the successive developmental stages until they had beating hearts and the foundations of the brain, as well as the yolk sac from which the embryo develops and gets nutrients. Unlike other synthetic embryos, the Cambridge-developed models reached the point where the entire brain, including the anterior portion, began to form.
“This is a further point in development than has been achieved in any other stem cell-derived model,” the journal stated.
The results could be used to guide repair and development of synthetic human organs for transplantation. This would amount to growing humans in a lab for the sole purpose of cultivating their organs, an ethical situation not even addressed in the Neuroscience article.
Research leader Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz, professor in Mammalian Development and Stem Cell Biology in Cambridge’s Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, told Neuroscience News:
“Our mouse embryo model not only develops a brain, but also a beating heart, all the components that go on to make up the body. It’s just unbelievable that we’ve got this far. This has been the dream of our community for years, and a major focus of our work for a decade, and finally we’ve done it.”
This research was partially funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health under the Obama administration’s Brain Activity Map project or BAM. Francis Collins was head of the NIH at that time.
According to the article, part of the process includes the “manipulation of genes.”
The project reflects a “major advance in the study,” which is “the ability to generate the entire brain, in particular the anterior part, which has been a major goal in the development of synthetic embryos.”
You can read the entire article here.
For anyone who has read Aldous Huxley’s classic novel, Brave New World, this type of scientific chicanery should come as no surprise. Technocrats have long coveted the ability to usurp the creative genius of God Almighty, thinking they can improve upon God’s creation of human beings in his holy image. When you as a scientist attempt to reverse engineer something as sacred as the creation of life itself, it will not end well.
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