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Missouri is a New State, COVID Whistleblower: Hospitals Are Deceiving the Public About COVID… and I’ve Got Proof

Another COVID whistleblower has come forward, as exclusively reported by Gateway Pundit, alleging that political leaders have drastically inflated, over-reported, and in many cases downright lied about ICU overcrowding data.

“I witnessed our hospital executives state in the media that our intensive care units were overflowing with COVID patients, at 98 percent capacity, knowing that it was a complete and utter lie,” said Josh Snider, who worked in facilities management at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, or “MBMC.”

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THE ICU OCCUPANCY IN THIS MISSOURI HOSPITAL WAS NEVER AT 98 PERCENT, AND ADMINISTRATORS LYED TO UNCRITICAL MEDIA.

According to Snider, the MBMC hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, which is part of a bigger $5.5 billion annual network inside the Barnes Jewish medical system, three out of four floors of intensive care were shut down during COVID because they were unused.

HOSPITAL CLOSES ICU FLOORS, REDUCING CAPACITY DRASTICALLY.

“Even after closing down three-quarters of our ICU capacity, they were never more than half-filled with that substantially decreased overall capacity. These medical systems that claim to be swamped by COVID patients are most certainly LIESING TO THE PUBLIC, according to Snider.

MBMC has declined to comment on this topic despite repeated inquiries.

Snider supplied photographic confirmation of the MBMC system’s COVID caseload, which does not follow national trends and in which the number of COVID patients in ICU was, at times, a single, solitary person.

“I had to alter the airflow in some of the rooms of COVID patients in the ICU, but they were fine.” I believe in COVID, and I understand how serious it is, but I’ve also seen folks who were perfectly OK yet had a severe case of ennui. These people weren’t sick at all when I spoke with them; they were well, but they were told they had to stay. Many people brought their PlayStations along to waste time.

WHISTLEBLOWER TALKED TO INTENSIVE CARE PATIENTS WHO WERE HAPPY, BORED, AND PLAYING VIDEO GAMES.

This is consistent with today’s report from World Net Daily, which stated that many COVID hospitalizations were for minor or non-existent illnesses.

COVID hospitalizations were always minor, according to the case data given by the MBMC hospital system. According to Snider, the ICU COVID capacity was 60 patients.

Snider obtained an INSIDER CHART from the hospital, which reveals VERY DIFFERENT NUMBERS than those published to the public and the government.

This chart was sent to MBMC personnel as an INTERNAL document. It shows that the number of COVID patients in critical care was never more than 20. The hospital closed three of its four ICU wings, leaving one with a capacity of 60 beds/patients. They were never close to filling all of the COVID ICU beds.

The MBMC Center, an acute care facility in St. Louis, has a reasonably normal track for COVID infections, according to these charts provided by Snider. Even when the national population’s infection rate jumps, the hospital data does not show those spikes. In addition, the bottom line shows that serious COVID cases requiring intensive care are still prevalent.

THE PUBLIC NUMBERS ARE ALMOST 100 PERCENT OFF FROM THE INTERNAL REPORTS OF COVID PATIENTS IN THE ICU.

The Gannett News Service released the following chart based on data supplied to the US Department of Health and Human Services:

This chart was sent to MBMC personnel as an INTERNAL document. It shows that the number of COVID patients in critical care was never more than 20. The hospital closed three of its four ICU wings, leaving one with a capacity of 60 beds/patients. They were never close to filling all of the COVID ICU beds.

On this site, the government also presents this information in an unsatisfactory manner.

Snider has submitted his personal statement, as well as documentary footage.

“In the hospital, the real flu season was always more serious than COVID,” Snider added. “Flu season in a hospital is really difficult, and even the mildest flu season in recent years has been worse than COVID thus far. People who have been suffering and regretfully dying are clearly hundreds of pounds overweight, as well as those who have several other comorbidities, such as stage 4 cancer. I’m not a doctor, but the outpouring of fear and worry in response to this virus is clearly out of proportion to reality.”

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Margaret Taylor

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

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