In Wilmington, North Carolina a hospital team of doctors actually attended a Zoom meeting to discuss how to instill more fear into the general public over COVID.
The Zoom meeting was a stepping stone in creating propaganda to push upon people and capitalize on their fears. At least three so-called medical professionals gathered to create false information about COVID.
This act alone deserves an investigation into their backgrounds. Only because of a leaked video, the public has become aware of this attempt to hurt society with their fake COVID information.
One medical professional during the Zoom meeting wanted to add people who have recovered from COVID numbers into COVID deaths, to inflate numbers and make them even scarier.
One attendee stated that it was important to be blunt and forceful with people who are not vaccinated and let them know that if they are not vaccinated, will certainly die of COVID, even though many people have survived the disease.
These medical professionals deserve an investigation into their backgrounds.
The last thing needed is fear propaganda with COVID.
When reached for comment a spokesperson for Novant Health issued the following statement:
“The team members involved in this excerpt of an internal meeting are seeing the highest level of COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths so far in this pandemic – despite having safe and effective vaccines widely available.
This was a frank discussion among medical and communications professionals on how we can more accurately convey the severity and seriousness of what’s happening inside of our hospitals and throughout our communities. Specifically, the data we have been sharing does not include patients who remain hospitalized for COVID-19 complications even though they are no longer COVID-19 positive, so it does not provide a complete picture of the total impact of COVID-19 on our patients and on our hospitals.
We continue to be concerned with the amount of misinformation in our communities and consistently strive for more ways to be transparent and tell the whole story. The continued rise of hospitalizations makes it evident that we have more work to do to reach our communities with these messages.”