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Jodi O’Malley is one of America’s frontline nurses. She’s also a federal whistleblower against the Department of Health and Human Services. She works with the Phoenix Medical Center in providing health care to Native Americans.
What Jodi has seen over the past year has horrified her. She’s seen all kinds of medical problems in vaccinated children, problems that used to be rare or unheard of: Constant blood clots, or myocarditis.
When Jodi started to speak out, instead of going after the medical establishment pushing these jabs onto kids, the system went after her. Jodi’s hospital put her on investigative leave. A court ordered her to go through an ethics investigation, which she passed, but her hospital still won’t let her return to work.
She has repeatedly seen her government hospital deny patients their right to try. They insist on the rigid official protocol: remdesivir, ventilator, then death. She saw a physician order ivermectin to help a patient, but the pharmacy refused to fill the prescription and the patient died three weeks later.
Jodi O’Malley joins us.
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