by Robert Amoroso, Liberty Leader, Sept 24, 2021
[NB – The person who tweeted this says “This is one hospital that got caught. Imagine how many are doing this same thing.” There are numerous stories on this topic, such as this one, and this one, and this one, and this one, and this one.
So why is this happening? Four possible reasons:
(1) There is a financial incentive: hospitals are paid for deaths;
(2) a political incentive: health administrators may want to scare the public because they agree with the political agenda behind this ‘pandemic’ – to seize political power for the Left;
(3) they see it as their duty to do so, to scare people into taking the jab;
(4) they may be instructed to lie by the profit-motivated pharmaceutical corporations that influence and corrupt the health industry.
Whatever the reason, it is one of several lies from health officials and the media that has led to growing public distrust of the medical and media industries in the last year and a half.]
The politicization of COVID took another ugly turn as a new leaked video clip went viral on the internet showing a physician actually encouraging her hospital to willfully and purposely mislead individuals who refuse to take the COVID vaccine.
Dr. Mary Rudyk proposed to colleagues in an internal video footage clip that they should manipulate COVID case data to frighten patients into compliance. Suggesting that the COVID-19 messaging at the North Carolina hospital needs to be “more scary for the public.”
Rudyk went so far as to propose that healthcare staff should tell unvaccinated individuals that if “you don’t get vaccinated, you know you’re gonna die.”
Also according to local affiliate WECT-TV, Dr. Rudyk also encouraged peers in the Novant Health New Hanover Regional Medical Center that “post-COVID” patients (those individuals who test negative for the virus after initially testing positive) should also be included in the hospital’s COVID-19 case count.
The leaked internal video begins with the director of marketing Carolyn Fisher going over services and information the Wilmington hospital provides in regards to COVID-19 data. She also mentions the number of unvaccinated individuals being admitted into the hospital.
Rudyk, who previously served as NHRMC’s chief of medical staff after getting the status report from Fisher, remarked that the hospital’s COVID-19 messaging needs to be “completely a little bit more scary for the public.”
She went on to recommend that the hospital could include post-COVID patients in its overall COVID-19 case count: “I think those are important numbers, the patients that are, off the COVID floor but still are occupying the hospital for a variety of reasons.”
Another doctor on the zoom video call chimed in reminding Rudyk that those patients are considered “recovered.”
Rudyk responds: “I think that needs to be highlighted as well, because once you’re off isolation you drop from the COVID numbers, that’s exactly right.”
A male doctor agreed, however warned Rudyk to be more discreet on the zoom call suggesting; “Carolyn, we can talk offline about how we run that up to marketing.”
However Rudyk didn’t take the hint and continued digging a hole for herself and other physicians weighing in.
“So I just want to say we have to be more blunt, we have to be more forceful, we have to see something coming out: ‘If you don’t get vaccinated, you know you’re going to die,’” Rudyk said, laughing. “I mean let’s just be really blunt with these people.”
After the shocking leaked video footage went public, Novant Health attempted to explain away their apparent egregious malpractice attempt to falsify medical records. They stated that the internal video zoom conversation among health professionals was simply a “frank discussion” among health experts.
In a long-winded statement the hospital attempted to downplay the growing backlash:
“The team members involved in this excerpt of an internal meeting are seeing the highest level of COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths so far in this pandemic, despite having safe and effective vaccines widely available. This was a frank discussion among medical and communications professionals on how we can more accurately convey the severity and seriousness of what’s happening inside of our hospitals and throughout our communities.
“Specifically, the data we have been sharing does not include patients who remain hospitalized for COVID-19 complications even though they are no longer COVID-19 positive, so it does not provide a complete picture of the total impact of COVID-19 on our patients and on our hospitals. We continue to be concerned with the amount of misinformation in our communities and consistently strive for more ways to be transparent and tell the whole story. The continued rise of hospitalizations makes it evident that we have more work to do to reach our communities with these messages.”
One thing is certain, and that is the more the medical community treats everyday citizens like they are too stupid to make decisions about their own lives, the less they’ll be heeded. One would think the example of Dr. Fauci’s complete lack of credibility would be warning enough for these people.