A Senior at Aegis Living Center Was “Chemically Restrained” and Forced to Take The COVID Vaccine, After Which He Died

Aegis Living, a senior assisted living facility in Issaquah, Washington, is under fire after four healthcare professionals came out with serious allegations of elder abuse and medical fraud at the institution. Residents are allegedly misled about vaccines by facility staff, who then “chemically restrain” them to force them to take the COVID vaccines. This is the level of deception and abuse that occurs when elders are separated from their families, treated like property, and incarcerated.

Cassandra Renner, a former medical technician, is one of the Aegis Living whistleblowers.

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“Aegis Living is excessively exploiting extremely vulnerable adults through fraud on care plans,” she says in an interview with Project Veritas. She also claimed that signatures had been “forged several times” to create the impression that care had been taken when it was clearly not. Several care directors have corroborated her statements.

A whistleblower discloses the heinous methods used to push COVID vaccines on the elderly.
Most alarming of all, Cassandra Renner claimed that one of the residents she worked with was given a “chemical restraint” “in order to induce her to take the COVID vaccine.” The vaccine was a falsehood to the inhabitant. The resident died as a result of medical issues caused by the shooting.

“They had given her a PRN, like Xanax, and they were successful after giving her the PRN in order to convince her to take the COVID vaccine,” Renner said on behalf of the resident. The resident was misled about the type of shot she was about to get. It was the flu vaccination, she was told… She’s no longer with us, and she had to have her dignity taken away from her in her final moments.”

Residents are abused by Aegis Living, and paperwork are falsified to hide negligence.
Renner claims that the facility chooses to be understaffed in order to save money.

This results in widespread resident neglect, as well as a climate of compulsion and abuse. According to Renner, the staff completes around half of the tasks that the residents pay for on a good day. “I had not signed for some things that I knew I hadn’t accomplished in the past, and I was informed by the ACD [Associate Care Director] who had directed me to sign them that I needed to sign them anyways,” she explained. “Even if I hadn’t finished the job… I discovered the other day, or just a few minutes ago, that one of my autographs doesn’t appear to be mine.”

Renner admitted that her signature had been forged on multiple occasions. One of the forged documents was for a service she never performed.

Another Associate Care Director, Averi Robinson, claimed the present Aegis Living employees aren’t good caretakers, but they have job security because the company can’t afford to fire anyone right now. Nobody is held accountable as a result of this.

“I was warned by the care director, Jen, that if I didn’t [forge signatures], I’d be out of compliance with my job and not following her order, and I’d be written up,” Jonathan Schlect, another Aegis Living whistleblower, stated. Another associate care director named Adam, according to Schlect, pushed him to fabricate records. Adam sent a group text to Schlect, explicitly stating that he should “falsify paperwork” because “it will pay off.”

Margie Massa, another Aegis Living Associate Care Director, claimed she jots down the initials of persons who worked that day to make it appear as though a service was performed when it wasn’t. “If I knew who worked that day, I might scribble an initial because I’m saving their behinds as well. Massa asked, “You know?”

How many seniors are being forced to take vaccines they don’t want as long-term care institutions foster a culture of isolation, abuse, and fraud? How many elderly are being “chemically restrained” when they are forced to take vaccines? How many vaccine-related fatalities go unreported?


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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