My husband, I, and our best friend, Bill, all got the flu at the same time. We were sick at home and we kept in contact with Bill a couple times a day, every day because he was older and we did it even when he wasn’t sick. To top it off he had a knee implant that didn’t heal properly. One day my husband talked to him in the morning and a couple hours later Bill wasn’t answering the phone. We rushed over to his home and found him on the floor. He had fallen down and couldn’t get up. Because he was sick, he wasn’t getting enough fluids and had gotten a kidney infection, but we didn’t know it at the time. We brought him to our house so I could take care of him. Within 24 hours, he had fallen down again while going to the bathroom. My husband (who believes the COVID lies) insisted that we all get tested. I refused to go, so he and Bill went. I got Bill a urinal because he was weak from his kidney infection that we still didn’t know about and was having trouble standing up. The first time I emptied his urinal I freaked out! It was brick red urine! Bill couldn’t stand up much less walk. My husband had started working again and I had no way of being able to get him to a doctor because I couldn’t get him up by myself. So I started pumping him up with water, vitamins, and spoon feeding him to make him eat. His urine was changing to a light orange. One morning, I awoke to him trying to call for help. He had fallen down trying to go to the bathroom and had trapped his neck onto the side of the mattress and almost strangled himself. His knee implant was bent in a strange position which really freaked me out. The ambulance was called because we couldn’t get him up. He volunteered to go to the hospital which I begged him not to go. I was scared they would kill him. But I also was freaked out about the knee implant and the kidney infection. Later that day, my husband got his COVID test results; they were negative. The hospital reported that Bill had COVID. They gave him Remdesivir. My husband had medical POA. No matter how much I begged him to stop the Remdesivir treatment, he just considered everything as a conspiracy because his nephew is a nurse and he listened to him. Bill started having trouble breathing and refused to be put on a ventilator, so they blew oxygen into his lungs and blew his lungs out. The hospital let us go visit Bill because they thought we would talk him into being put on a ventilator. This was the last voicemail from Bill. 😭
My husband was a dedicated, successful District Manager employed with RP Lumber Co. for 15 years. Because of the pandemic, the company asked him first to help decide what store employees in his district they could lay off to save money. He reluctantly made choices he did not want to make. As soon as that was done, they unceremoniously escorted him out when they laid him off as well. It was abrupt, unjustified, and very distressing. After getting over the shock of what happened, and believing the pandemic would be short-lived, he waited to see if RP Lumber would call him back to work. When things dragged on, he continued to wait because he had invested many years of his life at RP Lumber and loved his job. Finally, after about 6 months, he started to look for a similar position with other companies. He is 58 years old, so finding a position similar in salary was not easy. Nobody wants to hire a guy who’s older and may soon retire. All in all, he was unemployed for a year, finally securing a position with another company, though he would never get to enjoy his seniority, all that he had accomplished and the perks that came with his previous job with RP Lumber. He also lost a year of time to contribute to his 401K, which had an employer match of 12%. It was a very stressful year because he was devastated by all of it personally and professionally…and it was scary financially. We also have a mortgage, medical bills, and we both have cancer.
Vince got very sick at the end of October 2021, after having been with his new employer for about 6 months, and ended up in the hospital with double pneumonia with PE’s. His COVID test was positive, so they basically abducted him and started pushing their protocol. At the doctor’s office prior to hospitalization, we asked if he would prescribe Ivermectin or HCQ. He angrily called it witchcraft and refused to consider either for Vince. He also denied the request for albuterol packets (to use with a nebulizer) and/or an inhaler. Once Vince was hospitalized, it was an absolute nightmare not being able to be there with him. Aside from having cancer that I treat on my own, I am a strong healthy person. But I was seriously afraid I was going to have a heart attack because of the stress this caused. The doctors and nurses were dismissive and rude, not willing to share information on the phone with me, and they tried a total of five times within the first 12 hours to get Vince to consent to Remdesivir treatment. They also gave him Actemra without his knowledge and we don’t really know yet if that caused him any harm. I was also becoming very sick at the same time, but was able to hide that fact because I was terrified of what would happen if we both ended up in the hospital. So, I went online and ordered HCQ. I had it overnighted to me, it arrived, I took it as directed, and was feeling almost 100% better within 3 hours. It was like a miracle and I was so grateful. But it also made me angrier that the doctor would not prescribe it for Vince before he got so very sick. He ended up missing about a month of work because of all that. No family should have to go through what we did, yet we know that many have similar stories. It’s heartbreaking.
Personally, we have lost relationships with some family members and friends because of disagreements over every aspect of this pandemic and the way it was handled. We missed events with family members because some were too terrified to gather. We know we are not alone and that many have suffered far worse than we have. We watched as family members of friends fell sick -- some even died -- alone without their families.
Again, we’re grateful for what you’re doing. Someone needs to stand up for those who have suffered needlessly because of the government’s careless actions and influence over health care and big pharma.
God Bless America. God help us all.
- Vince and Patti VanGetson -
When COVID began, I was in the process of moving back to the US from overseas. I lost ALL my personal possessions and household goods, except for a couple pieces of luggage that I brought back to the US on the last-available embassy evacuation flight.
I started a new career in HVAC and a few months later came down with COVID. After 2 weeks of quarantine, I received a letter from the health department saying, I was “free to return to work and move about the public,” but my employer considered me a danger to others and fired me. By God’s grace, I was hired by another company.
As an HVAC Service Technician, I have met hundreds of victims in their homes within a 25-mile radius of Louisville, KY. It does NOT matter if they are rich or poor or whether their house has five of the biggest AC systems or their trailer home has one of the smallest, the devastation is the same.
Here are some of their stories:
The stories go on and on. I know the stories are going to get much worse in the days ahead. I fear that as the time for new scheduled service visits arrive, I will not find many of these people still in their homes.
- Travis Forsythe -
.My daughter was running miles each day at the healthy age of 37. She had a reaction after each shot that resolved . After the second shot she had a reaction about 10 days after that that was so severe, she called an ambulance. It resolved by the time she got to the hospital, but she had to wear a heart monitor and now can no longer run without her heart being affected. She is an RN. She only took the shot because a fellow nurse she respected said it was safe. She regrets it now and has an adverse result that she is trying to overcome.
- Elizabeth -
My cousin, Robert Ambrosino, died of a brain aneurysm on September 27th of last year while taking a shower. He was a school teacher in the NJ public school system. As you know, Governor Murphy announced in August that all NJ state employees and school teachers needed to get the vaccine to keep their jobs.
Both his brother and I find it more than coincidental that he died approximately three weeks after school started. The criminals who are pushing these death jabs have to be held accountable. Please let me know how I can help, and thanks in advance! -Shawn Flynn -
I was terminated from my job for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine in November. I had a religious exemption. After the mandate deadline, my supervisor never called me to say I was terminated. I had to call her. She told me they sent me a letter. It took longer than she said. When I read it, it was dated two days before the last day I worked. Since then I've gotten two other termination dates.
My employer said I resigned. I know I didn't say I resigned, nor did I give them a letter of resignation. Apparently they said that so I couldn't collect unemployment insurance. New York State said you couldn't apply if you were terminated for refusing the vaccine. I applied anyway because I think that is wrong. I applied in November and my case is still pending. I have been unemployed since then.
I'm over sixty and have to support myself. I only have experience in healthcare. My retirement has tanked, what little I had. I've had a heart attack in the past, so I'm limited in what I can do. Now I don't have healthcare insurance. I can't find job training for me. It either doesn't exist or it requires the vaccine. That's the same with all the colleges and many employers.
I've been shut out of life. The government has destroyed my life. I believe I had COVID-19 in late February/early March of 2020. That would mean I have natural immunity, but no one accounts for that. All this stress has given me angina pains on and off. My doctor and cardiologist retired a few years before this. I never replaced them. I'm scared to death to have to go to the hospital after all this. I can't afford it.
- Rebecca T. -
Brooke McGowan had 6 family members go into the Hospital. Four of them died. In her speech at Clay Clark's ReAwaken America Tour she discusses the painful passing of her Father. Her Hero. The Hospital that she and her family trusted for 36 years told her numerous times that her Father was going to die. They played CNN in his room despite the family's pleas to turn it off. The Hospital handcuffed Brooke's Father to the bed. The doctors would not give him Budesonide or Ivermectin. They would not increase his Vitamin C. The hospital blocked the family out, in every way, refusing visits, medical suggestion, or even minimal acts of kindness or caring.
Brooke called the "Patient Advocate" at Mercy Hospital when she hit these inexcusable roadblocks. Over the 10 days Brooke called them numerous times, with no answer or return call.
The Patient Advocate finally called Brooke back. They called the day after Brooke's Father had passed.
Brooke is taking action. She wants accountability for the numerous deaths in her family. That is why she is our Featured Accountability Champion.
She has written a letter urging Constitutional Sheriffs to investigate medical malfeasance in hospitals in counties across America. You can sign and read her letter here
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