I’m extremely thankful for the brave souls out there who are willing to put their jobs on the line to expose corruption and deceitful practices.

Whistleblowers sometimes even put their lives on the line to bring us the truth. Just look at Edward Snowden who still isn’t allowed in the country unless he wants to be arrested. Or look at Bradley Manning. That one sure took a crazy turn, but he still did a good think initially.

Today, we are seeing an overwhelming number of whistleblowers coming forward lately exposing the doctors, the hospital practices, and so much more.

One recent whistleblower, Josh Snider, has come forward to expose how hospitals are lying about the virus.

Brace yourselves for this one, because it’s BIG!

Until recently, Josh Snider worked at the Missouri Baptist Medical Center (MBMC). This is a well-known hospital in St. Louis and a very good one under normal circumstances. My grandfather passed away in that hospital a few years ago and I’ve been there many times.

MBMC has said that they have been overflowing with COVID patients and were at 98% capacity. Snider knew that this was a complete lie and wasn’t going to let it slide.

In fact, Snider said that MBMC actually shut down three of their floors of ICU care during COVID because they were not being used.

“And even after shutting down three-fourths of our ICU capacity, they were still never more than 50% full with that drastically reduced overall capacity. These medical systems that are saying they are overrun with COVID patients are likely LYING TO THE PUBLIC,” Snider said.

Tell me something…does this look like they are overflowing with COVID patients?

But this isn’t the end of it. The numbers that they reveal to the public are not the same numbers that they keep internally.

For example, on August 13th, they reported that they had 35.6 COVID patients in the ICU. But when you compare that to the internal numbers that Snider had access to, it showed that there were only 20 in the ICU.

But get a load of what else he said:

“The real flu season in the hospital was always more serious than COVID has been,” Snider said. “Flu season in a hospital is very challenging, and even the tamest flu season in years past was still worse than COVID has been so far. The people who have been suffering and sadly dying are clearly people who are hundreds of pounds overweight, and people with multiple other comorbidities like stage 4 cancer. I’m not a Doctor, but the response and panic to this virus is clearly wildly disproportionate to reality.”

One more thing that I’ve heard from a friend of mine in the medical field is that the reason some hospitals are running out of room is because they fired so many hospital workers and that there is a ratio that has to be maintained. Less employees = less available beds.

I mean think about it a moment. How is it that last summer when things were at their worst we still managed to keep up, but now we can’t after having more than a year of this under our belts?


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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