Real reason why more people died from COVID In US | Beaufort County Now | Covid deaths many not from covid

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Americans infected with COVID-19 are not actually dying from the virus, doctors warn.

The United States has the highest COVID death rate in the world because COVID patients are dying in hospitals under the CDC guidelines, Dr. Ben Marble MD., primary care doctor, told The Gateway Pundit in an exclusive interview.

“There’s no question without a doubt that the reason why the United States has the number one highest death toll from COVID is because of all these policies,” he said.

Health practitioners in hospitals “stopped administering all the drugs that work — they stopped the Ivermectin, they stopped the Hydroxychloroquine, and they start protocols that don’t work. They started bad drugs that don’t work like Remdesivir which causes kidney failure in at least 20 percent of people who get it. It’s a bad drug that should be pulled off the market. They didn’t want us doing early treatment — that didn’t make any sense. Early treatment is the cornerstone of all good medicine. Treat everything as early as possible.

In addition to providing every COVID-19 patient with deadly Remdesivir, doctors are required to intubate patients as their health depletes from the drug notorious for causing renal failure.

“They basically hold the patient hostage,” Marble explained. “They won’t let the patient have any visitors. If they complain incessantly, then they sedate the patient. Once you’re sedated, you get intubated. Intubated patients end up dying overnight.”

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/05/1-million-covid-deaths-real-reason-people-died-covid-united-states-every-country/


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Jann said:
( May 15th, 2022 @ 7:34 pm )
 
No surprise! All part of the Eugenics depopulation and making money at the same time.
Pure evil



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