Dr. Eric Nepute remarked that Americans lost faith in the hospital system during the Sept. 21 edition of his program on Brighteon.TV. The “Real Talk with Dr. Eric Nepute” host says the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has revealed the true colors of the medical establishment. He also condemns the use of the dangerous medication remdesivir to treat COVID-19 patients.

The Missouri chiropractor compares his observations of the medical establishment during his 20 years of practice to “a ‘Wizard of Oz’ moment.” Nepute says: “Remember when Dorothy and [her companions] were all in front of the great and powerful Oz, [presenting] the broomstick, and … Oz says ‘Go away, I’m not [going to] grant your wish’? And then Toto [Dorothy’s dog] … pulls the curtain back, [revealing] a crazy, old [and] senile man pulling all these levers and switches who really doesn’t know what’s going on. That is the medical establishment that we are used to dealing with.”

“There are a lot of great people in the healthcare field … but the system itself is set up to hurt, maim and kill people,” Nepute adds.

According to the “Real Talk with Dr. Eric Nepute” host, the COVID-19 pandemic has served as a catalyst for people to see the ongoing deception and fraud. “We’re in a place now where Americans no longer trust their doctors … [and] the hospitals. They’re not even wanting to go [to] the hospital systems anymore … because they’re afraid of getting sick, getting jabbed or even dying,” he says.

Nepute also quotes Dr. Gary Null’s work “Death by Medicine,” which argues that iatrogenic medicine – death from medicines and medical procedures – is the No.1 cause of death worldwide. The chiropractor remarks that most would say heart disease and cancer are the top two causes of deaths in the U.S., but he says this is not true.

“Let me tell you something: Some 800,000 to 900,000 people die a year in the U.S. alone from properly prescribed medications, botched surgeries … [and] infections in the hospital system. [No] wonder people are jaded. They don’t trust the system [and] they don’t trust the doctors,” Nepute says.

Hospitals being incentivized when prescribing remdesivir

According to the Missouri chiropractor, hospitals receive bonuses and incentives when patients are admitted for COVID-19 treatment. They receive a $13,000 payout from Medicare and Medicaid for every patient diagnosed with COVID-19 and receive an additional incentive from $30,000 to $40,000 if a patient gets put on a ventilator. Even worse, Nepute adds that doctors who prescribe the antiviral medication remdesivir get a 20 percent bonus when they prescribe it.

He then outlines the dangerous backstory behind remdesivir: “It was originally brought out during the Ebola trials and [U.S. authorities] had to stop the medical trials [for it] … because 54 percent of people that took remdesivir died. [If] you look right now, we’re finding people all the time that are dying and getting labeled as [COVID-19 deaths], but they’re truly dying from remdesivir overdose and remdesivir toxicity.”

Nepute continues: “Up until four months ago, something changed. It was like suddenly, a line was drawn in the sand and the hospitals made a decision that they’re no longer going to do anything for [COVID-19] patients other than their standard of care.” This standard involves the administration of intravenous fluids alongside remdesivir, anti-inflammatory drugs and antibiotics. 

The chiropractor warns that remdesivir “has a high toxicity and fatality ratio” that leads to liver and kidney failure. “If liver and kidney function gets shut down, fluids are [going to] build up in your body … [such as] in your lungs … and around your heart. [That’s going to] lead to serious respiratory issues and death,” Nepute continues.

Nepute is not the only personality opposing the use of remdesivir as a treatment for COVID-19. Dr. Bryan Ardis has slammed the antiviral drug’s use as part of a “death cocktail” for hospitalized patients. He alleges that hospitals continue to insist on using this cocktail of remdesivir, dexamethasone and vancomycin despite their dangers.

Ardis made this claim during the Sept. 2 edition of “The Matrixxx Grooove Show” on Brighteon.TV. He tells the show’s hosts Jeff Peterson and Shannon “Shady” Grove that remdesivir causes acute kidney failure in 35 percent of patients who get the drug within five to 10 days. Remdesivir’s lethality increases when combined with dexamethasone and vancomycin, causing kidney failure in up to 45 percent of patients in a five-day span

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