I submitted a FOIA request to the NIH on their 2020 Remdesivir trials, the ones Anthony Fauci shut down early, and said were a success, even though they had high mortality rates. This FOIA request is due in large part to my conversations with Monique Abraham, the daughter of Frank Carter, who was killed in Remdesivir trials at Vanderbilt. Monique had also spoken with a family member of another person who was killed quickly by Remdesivir protocols at Vanderbilt. She had found my 2022
They must not have gotten full immunity in the hospitals because the KY Nurses Association proposed a bill in the last legislative session that would grant immunity to any health care worker from criminal liability for harm that occurs to patients while performing the responsibilities of their jobs. Let that sink in. Fortunately it didn't make it even to committee for discussion but I'm keeping my eye on that one because it's insane to even consider such legislation. I mean, just hand them guns and let them shoot patients when they walk in the door and get it over with. We treat suffering animals more humanely.
I have questions for any of you who lost a family member who was on Remdesivir. Did they agree to take the Remdesivir or even know it was being given? Did they refuse it and it was given anyway? Were they given informed consent about the drug, that is were they told the risks, side effects or benefits they could expect by taking the drug? I will tell you in my case with my daughter, we specifically told them she did not want to take Remdesivir, and yet a nurse walked into her room with a bag to hang a few hours after she was admitted. My daughter said, "I told them I didn't want to take that drug because I read it can cause liver and kidney damage". The nurse flippantly told her , "Don't worry about it, we'll check your labs in the morning" and hung it anyway. This is a violation of patient rights and consider assault. You are never supposed to perform a procedure or force something on a patient against their will. It wasn't until the 3rd dose, after I told my daughter her kidney function labs were beginning to show signs that the drug was causing problems that she told the nurse when she walked in with it, "I'm not talking that drug and if you try to hang it, I'll call the police and report you for assault." She turned around and walked out and they didn't try again. Every hospital has posted on their website their "Bill of Patient Rights" and you should print it off and take it with you to shove it in their face if you ever have to go there. See, they do that because legally they have to but they hope no one ever reads it. Like, they all say that patients have a right to have someone who can advocate for them with them at all times. ALL TIMES. This making patients be alone so they could be murdered should never have happened. It was a clear violation of their patient rights, not to mention their civil rights. Oh, they'll say it was for the safety of the patients and families, we don't want to spread the virus, blah, blah, blah. Bull hockey. Watch Pandemic 3 that was released last night. It was all part of the control game. Everyone of these hospitals should be sued for that alone. So yeah, it's time to take back your rights as an individual, as a human being, as an American and let these Healthcare institutions know that pretend they stand for patients rights for the regulating bodies and licensing agencies and start holding them accountable to We the People.
I appreciate your effort to take this on. I agree with many who wrote how difficult this will be. I would love to see the truth come out and for everyone to see the murders and corruptions that took place. I too believe my mother was murdered by Remdesivir and hospital protocol. It was a nightmare to live through that no one should ever experience or be subjected to. I, too, want justice.
I appreciate and applaud your effort to take on the NIH and attempt to get FOIA request for the trials that were conducted. But I'm afraid that your efforts will continue to be futile. The NIH is as corrupt as the rest of the 3 letter agencies in our government and remember it was part of the NIAID which until a few month ago was under the direction of Dr Fauci. More than likely any records on those studies don't contain the truth anyway if it didn't show the results they wanted. Having worked as a nurse for 36 years, a better approach might be to find as many families as possible who lost loved ones at Vanderbilt as a result of the Remdesivir study and find an attorney willing to possibly open a class action lawsuit against them. That could even develop into a criminal case from there. At the very least every family should have requested their family members chart. If those can be obtained, there are enough medical experts that can review them and look for patterns in their care. I'm certainly willing to volunteer my time to review charts since I've done that for attorneys before. One thing that has always bothered me about the use of this drug is that it was given to patients who had refused it (as in the case of my daughter), patients were never given informed consent before it was administered, and if these patients were in a trial for this drug, there should be some kind of written consent in their chart with known risks. I'm betting that was never done which makes these trials problematic for all the institutions that conducted them, thus the pushback on the FOIA's.
Let’s go! They must feel they are protected. Let’s appeal. Everyone deserves to know the truth.
well, the troubling thing with NIH is, that they will provide information eventually but remove evidence of their choice. My sister used to work at NIH Bethesda.
Many of their "studies" are bull shit.
Let them have it! They deserve it!
I applaud your efforts Charles and assume the end goal is to get definitive proof Remdesivir was a deadly drug and the early trials showed that to be the case.
I try to track all information about this drug since my 44 year old son died in 2021 due to the murderous hospital protocol which included remdesivir. My concern at this point is the fact that, because of the unique liability protection carefully crafted by our government and their pharma partners, justice will be impossible no matter what the data shows.
Here's Sasha Latypova's revealing conclusions on the topic: https://rumble.com/v2kxlxq-inside-government-corruption-with-sasha-latypova.html
I have been perplexed by the lack of success in the courts re: hospital murders and vaccine liability until I understood the methods put in place by the government/military to gain legal protection using "countermeasures" rather than public health measures. These military countermeasures provide protection for the evil deeds put in place in hospitals using ventilators, opioids and ventilators to kill patients.
Proving they KNEW the drugs/shots were deadly may not be the best use of your time. Having solid proof gains us nothing until the courts are willing to hold our government accountable.
It would be interesting to see the trials for remdisiver from the Ebola trials too because if I recall correctly they stopped the trials because it killed 53% of the people who got it.
Kudos for you requesting the information. This needs to get out to the public.
I think I know someone that was taking remdesivir and now has kidney disease.
Can you believe this moronic, outlandish and nonsensical clinical trial on Remdesivir!
We think a family member was killed by Remd protocol here in Florida.
Needless to say-- Remdesivir murders patients. I am grieving, since I lost my mother to Remdesivir...
As of August 2021, a search on the clinical trials registry of the U.S. National Library of Medicine indicates that there are 160 clinical trials that have been conducted on Remdesivir in the United States.
These clinical trials involve the investigation of the use of Remdesivir in treating COVID-19 and other diseases caused by various viruses.
The clinical trials have been conducted by different organizations, including the National Institutes of Health, pharmaceutical companies, and academic institutions.
Here are some examples of clinical trials conducted on Remdesivir in the United States:
1. NIAID ACTT-1 trial: This was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial conducted by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to evaluate the use of Remdesivir in treating COVID-19.
2. SIMPLE-Severe trial: This was a randomized, open-label trial conducted by Gilead Sciences to evaluate the use of Remdesivir in treating severe COVID-19.
3. SIMPLE-Moderate trial: This was a randomized, open-label trial conducted by Gilead Sciences to evaluate the use of Remdesivir in treating moderate COVID-19.
4. GS-US-540-5773 trial: This was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial conducted by Gilead Sciences to evaluate the use of Remdesivir in treating respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection in adults.
5. GS-US-399-2996 trial: This was a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial conducted by Gilead Sciences to evaluate the use of Remdesivir in treating Ebola virus disease.