Federal Whistleblower Secretly Exposes How Doctors Really Feel About COVID Vaccine (VIDEO)
Yet another whistleblower has stepped forward to expose the corruption that is our government.
It still blows my mind that we’ve let it get this far. It’s not like it all happened at once though, it took time. One step at a time, but they surely got there.
A nurse with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services came forward to reveal undercover video that she took inside the Phoenix Indian Medical Center that exposes just how bad the situation is with the vaccines.
Jodi O’Malley, Insider and Registered Nurse, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: “So how come after 18 months, we haven’t had any research? Isn’t that fishy to you?”
Dr. Maria Gonzales, ER Doctor, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: “It does — it is fishy.”
O’Malley: “It’s super fishy.”
Dr. Dale McGee, ER Doctor, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: “It’s not that it hasn’t been done. It hasn’t been published, that’s why.”
Dr. Gonzales: “It hasn’t probably been done because the government doesn’t want to show that the darn [COVID] vaccine is full of sh*t.”
In another conversation with another HHS nurse, they discussed adverse reactions being reported to VAERS,
Deanna Paris, Registered Nurse, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: “It’s a shame they [government] are not treating people [with COVID] like they’re supposed to, like they should. I think they want people to die.”
Jodi O’Malley, Insider and Registered Nurse, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: “How many have you seen that have gotten vaccinated here?”
Paris: “That got sick from the side effects? A lot.”
O’Malley: “A lot!”
Paris: “Have you seen it too?”
O’Malley: “Yeah, and I’m like, who’s writing the VAERS reports?”
Paris: “Nobody because it takes over a half hour to write the damn thing.”
Honestly, even just giving you those couple of conversations doesn’t do it justice. You’ve got to watch this video for yourself, especially when it gets to the part about the patient with heart failure.