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Wife Fights With Hospital To Keep Her Husband Alive! She WON!

Anne Quiner begged for help for her husband Scott lying in a hospital bed on a ventilator, ranging from “I hope your husband dies a vegetable” followed by a litter of profanity, to “he should have taken the vaccine; I hope he dies,” before hanging up.

Quiner stated that it was a feeling shared among the doctors at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, where Scott had been located due to C-19 complications in November.

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In a recorded call with Dr. Linda Soucie, Soucie told Quiner, “Unfortunately, if we could turn back time and he had gotten the vaccine, then he wouldn’t be here,” just after Soucie had told Quiner, “After three years, I think we’ve gotten pretty good at determining who’s going to make it and who’s not, and unfortunately Scott’s in that range of the group that is not going to make it.”

In a recorded conference call, the doctors told Quinet that they would take Scott off the ventilator on January 13 because he won’t recover because his lungs were destroyed from C-19 pneumonia, and keeping him alive caused him pain!

Quiner said that her petitions for alternative treatments and to keep Scott on the ventilator helped her.

The doctors were determined to kill Scott, and she didn’t allow that!

Marjorie Holsten, Quiner’s lawyer, said that she filed a motion for a temporary restraining order that prevented the hospital from taking the man off the ventilator.

The hospital hired their law firm to object to the temporary restraining order on the basis that Holsten and Quinter’s position wasn’t supported by medical science.

So, they asked the court to issue an order and allow the hospital to take Scott off the ventilator.

The judge supported Holsten and issued an order based on the standard that irreparable harm would result if not issued, which Holsten said was easy to establish because if Scott had been taken off the ventilator, he would have died.

On January 15, he left the Mercy Hospital and was brought to the undisclosed hospital in Texas, where Holsten stated the doctors had reported Scott to be malnourished, 30 pounds underweight, and dehydrated.

“One doctor said he didn’t know how Scott made it out of that hospital alive,” Quiner said. “He looked at his chart and said, ‘I can’t believe the heavy, sedating drugs they put him on.’”

According to Holsten, the hospital followed a rigid late-treatment C-19 protocol that killed many people.

Alina Health’s spokesperson stated Allina Health “has great confidence in the exceptional care provided to our patients, which is administered according to evidence-based practices by our talented and compassionate medical teams. Due to patient privacy, we cannot comment on care provided to specific patients,” and that the hospital system wished “the patient and his family well.”

“Yesterday, Scott started following the doctor’s hands with his eyes, and now he’s blinking in response to questions,” Holsten said. “He was able to nod his head and move his legs for the nurse.”

The ordeal was a manifestation of Quiner’s biggest fear in taking Scott to the hospital after his symptoms worsened.

Dr. Robert Malone, a virologist and immunologist who contributed to the mRNA vaccine technology, said that the financial incentives aren’t rumors.

‘’The number is quite large,’’ Malone stated. ‘’There’s something like a $3,000 basically death benefit to a hospital if it can be claimed to be COVID. There’s a financial incentive to call somebody COVID positive.’’

“They also receive a bonus—I think the total is something like $30,000 in incentive—if somebody gets put on the vent,” Malone said. “Then they get a bonus if somebody is declared dead with COVID.”

“He told me, ‘If you don’t get social media involved and get this viral, they will kill your husband, and you won’t have any say in it at all,’”

Quiner said. “That’s when Stew got me on his show, and within moments the hospital got like 300,000 phone calls. They had to shut their phone lines down.”

“Without their taking action, Scott would have died,” Quiner said.

“Our audience flooded the hospital and Frederickson & Byron Law Firm (the firm that represents Mercy Hospital) with calls, making them all aware that the world was watching,” Peters told The Epoch Times.
The Stew Peters Show created a team including Attorney Thomas Renz and coordinated with a doctor to take Scott’s Case and the hospital where Scott was transferred.

“Hospital administrators know that they will be extra for doing the PCR tests and positive test results,” Vliet said.

“A COVID diagnosis means admission to the hospital. On admission, there is an incentive payment. Use of remdesivir provides a 20 percent bonus payment from our government to the hospital on the entire hospital bill for that COVID patient.”

“It’s a bounty on people’s lives, basically, to use remdesivir and prevent access to other medications such as hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin,” Vliet said.

She repeated Malone’s statement on hospital incentives for placing a patient on a ventilator and declaring a patient deceased from C-19.

‘’ On average, she said, it has been calculated that hospitals receive a bonus of $100,000 minimum for every COVID patient who has the elements of COVID diagnosis with remdesivir and ventilator treatment before a COVID cause of death.’’

In a 35-years marriage and three children, Quinter and Scott have passed many things, and Quiner has faced the hardest parts without him.

“One morning, I got up, and he could not get up at all,” Quiner said.

“My family told me not to even go on to Twitter because I didn’t want to read what they were writing about me,” Quiner said.

“She’s a trooper, and she hasn’t sought any of this,” Holsten said. “She just wants to keep her husband alive.”

“That’s the first thing I felt,” Quiner said, “relief that he’s out of that hospital and in safe care.”

Source
The Epoch Times

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