The Hospital Protocol Killed Their Loved Ones and They Want Justice

BY    MAY 17, 2023

When the federal government sent $9,000 to Patty Myers to pay for her husband’s funeral, she got angry. “I didn’t want to take a penny. It felt like hush money, like they were paying me to keep quiet about how my husband died in the hospital.”

In a burst of inspiration, Patty decided to take the government’s money and use it to make a documentary. She found a director through a church friend on Facebook and created Making A Killing, which exposes the covid hospital protocol that she believes killed her husband and thousands of other Americans.

“When I started making this film, I didn’t know about the federal money driving the protocol. I do now,” Patty told me. The federal money was titanic, flooding hospitals with cash that stimulated record-breaking profits. A new report from Open The Books reveals that the 20 largest nonprofit hospitals in America received more than $23 billion in federal aid during the 2018 – 2021 time period, and “their cumulative net assets soared to $324.3 billion in 2021, up from 200.6 billion in 2018.” And, in a wonderful development for the hospitals’ top executives, those lavish taxpayer funds enabled many of them to get paid $10 million or more a year.

Alas, as Patty discovered, all that sweet federal money came with a catch: it incentivized specific medical treatments for Covid that happened to be deadly. If the hospital admitted you with a Covid diagnosis – great, they got paid more! If they “treated” you with remdesivir, a drug well-documented as lethal – fantastic, they got a 20% bonus on the whole bill! If the hospital tortured you with mechanical ventilation that caused secondary bacterial pneumonia – hooray, they got an even bigger payout! And if the hospital really lucked out and you died of Covid (even if not directly of Covid) – the cash bonanza was absolutely awesome.

“The hospital billed over $500,000 for Tony’s treatment and they couldn’t even find someone to give him water,” Patty said. I notice that Patty can’t talk too long about Tony without breaking into sobs. “He was my best friend. He was my partner. We did everything together.”

And what they did together was not only difficult, it was inspirational. After they learned their son had autism, Patty and Tony teamed up to create two nonprofits to help kids with special needs in the Orlando area. Patty is now Executive Director of Pathways for Life Academy, a private middle and high school that she and Tony founded, which prepares special needs kids for independence in life and learning. And she’s also the director of Building Pathways, which offers classes and summer camps to teach these kids practical skills.

“Tony called me from the hospital and said that we volunteer to advocate for people with disabilities all the time. And here I am in this hospital, trying to advocate for myself and nobody will listen. I’ve called the news media, the governor, anyone I can think of; nobody will respond.”

Tragically, Tony was locked into the Hospital Death Protocol, moving in predictable phases from remdesivir to ventilation, all while being isolated from his family, and refused water, ice, or food. Patty tells his story in Making a Killing in a poignantly straightforward manner, noting that the medical staff randomly stopped his breathing treatments.

Patty did manage an unusual triumph: she talked the staff into giving Tony ivermectin, which dramatically improved his condition. But her triumph was temporary: the staff then refused to keep giving it, telling her that it was not FDA-approved. Tony Myers died on September 9, 2021, almost four weeks after he entered Orlando Health Hospital. He was 55 years old.

Making A Killing also features Dayna Stevens, who tells of the brutal death of her mother. Rebecca Stevens read the Epoch Times, so she was informed enough to refuse both remdesivir and ventilation. But that didn’t save her. Her normal medications were withheld, and she was given remdesivir without her knowledge.

“The disdain they showed for my mother once they knew she was unvaccinated was unbelievable,” Dayna told me. “They mocked and ridiculed her. Nurses told her that patients who were unvaccinated shouldn’t be allowed to get oxygen. It’s almost like they normalized cruelty. They wouldn’t release her to me, so I called the cops.”

All Dayna’s efforts failed. She watched as medical staff at Advent Health Hospital in Altamonte Springs, Florida took away her mother’s oxygen and sedated her to death. Rebecca Stevens was 59, a grandmother of five.

The intense suffering of Patty and Dayna permeates the screen, leaving viewers bewildered. When did America transform into a place where patients have no rights and life is pathetically cheap? How did hospitals metastasize from houses of healing into chambers of horrors? Where did “Do No Harm” go?

Nobody knows how many people died due to the lethal hospital protocols. I’ve heard estimates ranging from hundreds of thousands to over a million. Senator Ron Johnson appears in Making a Killing to condemn the “rigid top-down protocols” that caused this catastrophe. “Patients lost all their freedom when they went in the hospital,” he said.

And Robert Hall, a State Senator from Texas, told Patty, “Hospitals refused early treatments, and they treated patients wrong and too late. And they got huge financial incentives for a long hospital stay.”

The media has managed to muffle the voices of the bereaved, stifling their stories and ignoring the killing. For now, anguished family members have been confined to telling their stories to activist organizations like American Frontline NursesFormerFedsGroup Freedom Foundation, and Protocol Kills. But their voices may finally break through, now that they’ve entered the legal arena…

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9 thoughts on “The Hospital Protocol Killed Their Loved Ones and They Want Justice”

  1. Remdesevir causes kidney failure, and all ventilation will kill you. Fauci with the remdesevir, and Donald Trump with the ventilation. Remember when Trump was going to use car factories to make ventilators? It was insane. As anyone in the medical community not in the federal govt will tell you, corticosteroids, and albuterol inhalers were 99 percent effective for Covid patients who couldn’t breathe. But Trump is so d–sh– stupid he went along with it.

    Maybe I’m being harsh, huh? Well, in my life just passively reading about people with flu, pneumonia, breathing problems, I never saw where ventilators were a first line treatment.

    Fauci, Trump, Gates, Bourla, Biden are all murderers. No mercy. No trial. No due process. They don’t deserve it.

    1. jmy1975, you are correct on all points.

      In mid February 2021 my husband and I had a flu type virus. We both tested positive for COVID (not that it proves anything, but anyway…). I was sick, but he was much, much sicker. Because I am a woman and seem to have decent immunity, I didn’t suffer as much as he did. He was in a miserable situation.

      A little background: his family are all in healthcare – they are nurses with successful careers. The push from his family was incredibly strong for him to go to the ER. There was open hostility toward me for having encouraged him not to get vaxxed in the first place; now that he was sick, it became my fault. He was on the brink of driving himself to the ER (no one in his family would come near of course). I offered to get prescriptions if he could get a teledoc consult but even as early as 2/2021 there were reports of hospitals forcing intubation and isolating patients, so I told him not even to consider going, especially with his high fever.

      But then…Houston (where we live) suffered an arctic vortex freeze so bad that we lost power, got measurable snow, and had icy roads everywhere. Total disaster. No way we were getting to a hospital. We suffered through COVID in a house so cold ice was forming in our water bottles because the power was off. Really bad. Yet I look back now and count it all JOY because were it not for that bad weather, he probably would have ended up in a hospital and would not likely have survived. Sometimes the disasters save you. Thanks be to God.

      1. My cousin’s wife almost died from Covid. It hit her hard, but she got worse when they PUT HER ON A VENTILATOR. It’s a miracle she survived. Most don’t.

        I’m glad your husband got through this. I’m not sure if Covid even really exists. It might have been a regular flu. The virus has still not been isolated, and Dr. Mike Yeadon, who was VP of respiratory disease/virus research at Pfizer says it was all a psyop. The vaccine was the real goal.

    2. I’m all for assigning blame and there’s plenty to go around. Trump was in a tight spot, and he’s a guy who takes action, he doesn’t stand around and wait. In 2019/2020 nobody knew what Covid was, and all we had were reports from China and Italy. It looked bad because they made it look bad, but back then, we actually trusted our “experts”. We didn’t know, what we didn’t know. It’s easy to say shoulda done this or that, but I don’t fault him for believing what he was told. He’s not a doctor, and these were doctors. He didn’t know treatments. Nobody did at that point. Even the lockdowns, they turned out to be a disaster, but I could see it at the time, two weeks. But now we know, never give them two weeks or two days. Just, no. Never again. You’re wanting to put it all on Trump, but that’s silly. He got played, as we all did.
      But Covid itself is real. I’ve been around over six decades. I’ve never had anything like it. But that was the Wuhan variety. Remdesivir and ventilation killed a friend. She was basically healthy and it killed her.
      God rest the souls of all we’ve lost, poor people who were offed by our own government and greedy hospitals, indifferent and cowardly doctors and nurses. We’ll never look at any of these the same way.

      1. Sorry, Kate. It was known in real time that this was a scheme. You can search this site for posts in March/April of 2020 for what was really going on. My first post calling it out was on Feb 29, 2020.

      2. Trump’s first instincts were probably right. He talked about HCQ, etc. But then, and this is only because he worried about reelection, he let Fauci take over and then authorized the C19 vaccine. mRNA was proven to have failed in 2017. The entire medical community had known for 60 years you cannot vaccinate for a respiratory virus because those viruses are in your lungs , throat, and sinuse, and a vaccine goes into your blood and organs. The two never meet (and you will die from auto immune enhancement ). Yet the fear in the public was so great they accepted this witchcraft, and Trump was so incurious as to not even take 5 minutes away from Twitter Time to research it on his own, and he was so scared of losing in 2020, that he went along with it.

        I have zero sympathy for Trump. A leader leads. Trump is responsible for killing millions of people in the US, along with mRNA vax daddy Bill Gates and Mr. Fed Mandate Joe Biden. THis is the biggest man made disaster in history.

        I’ll vote in 2024, but it looks like I won’t be voting for president.

      3. Even assuming Trump has an excuse for the whole brouhaha back then. He should be obviously aware now. Where are the acknowledgments, apologies, and mea culpas that an honest man would make? Where are the promises to lock Fauci up? He couldn’t even deliver on Hillary. Maybe you could argue that Trump is strategically avoiding it to get elected and not attacked by it, but really? If anything the presstitutes will be more likely to hush up over it considering how compromised they are, Trump could have a field day over them with his “Fake News” schtick. What’s he got to lose? Heck he can even promise to put RFK jr in charge of the investigation if he gets reelected! If he gets indicted for his part in it, he can tell the truth then pardon himself.

    3. Agreed, Jmy1975. Just saw a video that was posted by Fr. Kramer on facebook that is a compilation of c-vax victims. In the video, Trump is talking to Candace Owens still praising the vax even to this day. I believe he’s totally in on it.

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