Several health professionals have spoken out about adverse reactions to being immunized against the deadly disease on Aug. 28. They also complained about colleagues not reporting side-effects to the national vaccine safety surveillance program.
One Minnesota nurse revealed at a Town Hall meeting that she and her colleagues have treated more patients for Chinese Communist Party Virus (COVID-19) vaccine reactions than those with the disease itself.
“[We are] seeing more reactions with their patients post-vaccination than they are seeing COVID patients,” she can be heard saying in a video shared on YouTube.
A different emergency room (ER) worker claimed she witnessed multiple life-threatening reactions.
“I am an ER nurse and I see all the strokes, the heart attacks,” she can be heard saying in the video. “It is blatantly obvious what they [the vaccines] are causing, blatantly obvious.”
She blames COVID-19 shots for endangering lives, and is disappointed with hospital management’s inability to take adverse reactions seriously.
“[We are] laughed at for bringing it [the side effects] up,” she said. “There is such an insane sense of bullying going on that people are not even wanting to speak up.”
Several other nurses in attendance agreed with these observations. This included some who had worked in primary healthcare for more than 20 years.
Immunization rate disputed
They also complained about being mocked and ostracized for refusing to take the jab. They do not wish to be hospitalized themselves for vaccine side-effects.
The nurse revealed mainstream media is spreading misinformation about all health professionals being immunized against COVID-19. She revealed some hospital departments only have 20 percent of employees fully vaccinated, and ER workers have an unusually low number of fully vaccinated workers.
“Why aren’t people asking the nurses why they do not want to take the shots?” she said.
They accused hospital officials of trying to discourage patients from reporting adverse vaccine reactions to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
The ER worker also complained about the amount of time required for reporting each patient’s adverse reaction to VAERS. This makes it extremely hard for her, and other underpaid and overworked healthcare providers, to perform multiple times a day.
“Nurses are being discouraged from reporting it because, first of all, it takes about 30 minutes to report on VAERS,” she said. “[For every report that exists somebody] had to take 30 minutes out of their day to put that in, and risk people walking by, seeing them doing this–and belittling them.”
Poor training, weak leadership
A different nurse is responsible for communicating with patients who phone her to report post-vaccination issues. She complained about a lack of training and direction from management.
“I do not even know what to do with this,” she said. “I do not know what to do so we send them to the emergency department, and it gets written off–and I do not know what happens with the VAERS report.”
When one nurse expressed concern to doctors about how many individuals are dying from the shot, her worries were quickly dismissed.
“The death number is wrong but, most importantly, the death number is related to death after they receive the vaccine,” she said. “In other words, the vaccine did not cause the death but was given in a timeframe where death was reported.”
Job loss risked
One of the few men at the meeting works in information technology for one of Minnesota’s largest healthcare providers. He expects to lose his job as a data analyst after 17 years of loyal service because he refused to be vaccinated. The condition of employment came despite him always working from home and never visiting the office.
One nurse accused other healthcare professionals of engaging in criminal activity to please supervisors and keep their jobs. She quoted a passage from a nursing book she studied just four years prior.
In nursing school we are taught about intentional crimes and torts. It says that an intentional tort is assault and battery. Assault is the threat of an unwanted action or a bodily contact. Battery is an assault that is carried out and includes willful, angry, violent, negligent, touching of another person’s body, clothing, or anything attached to them.
Forcibly removing a patient’s clothing, and administering an injection after a patient has refused, are all examples of battery.
This is out of my nursing book from four years ago. This is what they teach us. If we did this to a patient, if you told your patient informed consent–and they said no and you did it anyway–you would go to jail, you would get your nursing license taken away, and you would be a criminal.
So now what they are doing is they are putting us in the position of saying, ‘Either you become a victim of a crime voluntarily.’ The nurse giving the injection, when they know you do not want it, is committing a crime. That nurse can lose their license, and we are being told to be a victim of a crime in order to keep our employment.
Health Impact News reported another qualified nurse who teaches shares similar concerns.
I am 1.5 years from retirement. I am a nurse educator, I have two master’s degrees. They need me at my hospital. The nurses need me, the patients need me.
If I do not get the vaccine, I am going to lose my job. I am going to lose thousands of dollars in retirement. I am going to lose my health insurance, life insurance, over 400 days of extended illness bank hours–I am going to lose a lot.
I am here because I believe in medical freedom. I believe if we do not stand up and stop these mandates, they are going to keep twisting our arm, twisting our arm and twisting our arm until we are all broken.
The system cannot handle it, the crisis is bad now [and] staffing is bad now.
We have not seen anything yet and an unvaccinated nurse is way better than no nurse.
Minnesota State Rep. Erik Mortensen (R) confirmed a large number of clinicians have contacted him regarding COVID-19 vaccine regulations. Most of them are on the verge of losing their jobs for refusing to take the jab.