The nurse whistleblower called Dani talked about how coronavirus protocols were designed not to protect people against the virus but to spread fear. Dani, a registered pediatric nurse for around 16 years, told Daubenmire that hospitals acted differently during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Related: Hawaii health care whistleblower says he has seen more people die from COVID-19 vaccines than from the virus.)
According to Dani, she started asking questions right away when the coronavirus started spreading in the U.S. in March 2020.
"At first it was like, 'Is this for real? Is this real life? What's happening here?' And I think we all, as humanity, went through that," she said. "And I think some people are just staying in that stage a bit too long."
Dani had a lot of questions for her superiors regarding how hospital protocols were going to change due to the coronavirus. She said she was "given a little slap on the wrist" for asking too many questions and was told to wait for management to come up with proper protocols.
But when the hospital finally addressed her questions, Dani said they "really didn't add up."
Dani described hospital policy as acting like the coronavirus "knew what room it was in." Different protocols were put in place for different parts of the hospital, such as in the surgery rooms and the hallways, as though COVID-19 was sentient.
She related that COVID-19 protocol at hospitals regularly changed. The procedures changed not because of new information, but as a tactic to destabilize anybody who had questions regarding the pandemic.
"What I started to realize early on in this journey was that this is a pandemic of fear that was sweeping across our nation," said Dani.
Daubenmire remarked that nobody in the healthcare establishment – doctors, medical organizations and medical companies – were providing people with sensible advice on how to deal with the coronavirus.
"They just want us to get the jab," he said. "They don't tell you to take any vitamins or any minerals or anything about wellness."
Nurse Dani is not the first whistleblower from the healthcare industry to speak out against the industry's various protocols that are killing more people than they are saving.
Albert Spence, a pulmonary nurse in South Carolina, testified before the state legislature during a session of "Public Testimony on Therapeutic Options for Individuals with COVID-19."
Spence said that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) recommendations on caring for patients with COVID-19 went against all tried and tested procedures pulmonary nurses like himself usually take. This has resulted in more COVID-19 deaths in the hospital he worked at.
The pulmonary nurse said that he listened to the recommendations from the medical establishment at first, even if they conflicted with what he knew as a nurse with 31 years of experience.
Spence mentioned that, in conventional situations, patient mobility and "group care" would be encouraged. But for COVID-19 patients, emphasis was placed on limiting exposure and just leaving them laying on their beds.
"They call it 'comfort care,'" testified Spence. "But when you get to the point where you can't take [the oxygen mask] off, you get so upset. You haven't seen your family except through maybe an iPad in weeks."
"And you're never going to come off the high flow, and the doctor says [to the patient], 'You've done your best. But this is going to be it for you.'"
This and many other COVID-19 protocols were killing a lot of people that could have survived had doctors and nurses followed conventional medical practices. By "just doing what I was told," Spence realized that he was contributing to the deaths of his patients without even realizing it.
"I lost sleep over it," he said. "I was having chest pain over it. It woke me up in the middle of the night – hit me hard. I could not sleep. And I'm the guy who was pushing the buttons, like in the gas chambers at Auschwitz."
Many other healthcare workers like Dani and Spence are coming out against the medical establishment.
Nurse Dani has a lot more to say regarding how hospitals are reacting to the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch her full interview in the Oct. 25 episode of "Pass The Salt" here:
"Pass The Salt" with Coach Dave Daubenmire airs every Monday at 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
Learn more about how the medical establishment is harming Americans more than helping them with its erroneous COVID-19 protocols by reading the latest articles at Pandemic.news.