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Attempted murder? Texas hospital dehumanizes teenage covid patient, puts “equipment cover” plastic bag over her head


An emergency room in Odessa, Tex., is under fire after it was caught trying to suffocate a patient who came there with breathing problems and a suspected Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) infection.

According to reports, the 17-year-old girl was struggling to breathe upon entry to the facility. Since her required face mask was making things worse, the patient proceeded to take it off, only to have hospital staff force it back over her mouth and nose before proceeding to cover the upper half of her body in a giant plastic bag.

Images shared by Odessa’s Accountability Project (OAP) show the girl seated in a wheelchair with the airtight bag over her body in what appears to be the lobby of the emergency room.

“You don’t need to be a doctor to know the dangers of putting plastic bags over people’s heads, especially if they are already suffering from breathing difficulties,” reported Summit.news about the shocking image.

The OAP announcement further noted that the bag itself clearly states on the front that it should not be placed over someone’s head because it could cause suffocation. This is on top of the face mask that could be seen on the girl’s face underneath the bag.

“The girl’s mother said she complained of not being able to breathe well, taking off the mask, and was asked to put it back on,” the group announced about the incident.

“The bag was over her head for roughly 30 minutes and she was instructed to save the bag for future use throughout the hospital.”

Covid dehumanization is part of the new hospital “care” ritual

Even though the young girl was clearly suffering from an inability to breathe, heartless hospital staff at the Odessa facility punished her for taking off her mask by trying to murder her with a plastic bag, in other words.

The girl was “humiliated and dehumanized by the staff” at the death facility for merely wanting to breathe, just like George Floyd did while lying on the ground in Minneapolis.

“If that was my child, or grandchild, I’d walk her out of that hospital after telling them where to put that bag,” wrote one person in response to the chillingly horrific photo.

“I can’t believe they did this to her,” wrote another.

“I don’t believe in most medical lawsuits but in this case I would definitely be talking to an attorney,” commented yet another.

This type of behavior by arrogant medical workers, particularly in the south, has come to be expected ever since covid hit. Especially when it comes to wearing a mask, these death cultists with medical licenses believe that covering one’s nose and mouth is the cure for disease.

Face masks are the new snake oil, in other words, as the quacks and charlatans that push them bask in their self-perceived superiority about the “science” behind blocking oxygen intake for health. In this case, they literally cut off all of the patient’s oxygen with an industrial plastic bag to get their point across.

Dr. Richard Bartlett spoke to Alex Jones at Infowars about this incident. You can watch that interview from Brighteon.com below:

“Not only suing the hospital will work but they need to sue the individual nurse who put the bag over the patient’s head,” wrote a commenter at Summit.news. “Maybe losing her job will make her think about what she did in the future.”

“Having spent time off the grid, the big thing you notice is how much of lemmings people are, and worship authority,” wrote another.

Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) tyranny is not about saving lives; it’s about ending them. To learn more, visit Fascism.news.

Sources for this article include:

Summit.news

Brighteon.com

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