New York nurse whistleblower Nicole Sirotek vowed to continue working to stop medical negligence in hospitals and help Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) patients survive during the Nov. 22 episode of “The Robert Scott Bell” show on Brighteon.TV.

“I get censored a lot, but I created American frontline nurse and advocate network to get you connected to nurse advocates that can help you navigate the crazy COVID cartel,” said Sirotek, a registered nurse specializing in intensive care unit (ICU) critical care and flights.

According to Bell, Sirotek is one of the first people from the medical field to publicly say that remdesivir kills patients by destroying their liver and kidney functions – forcing them to be put on ventilators to survive. “Of course, most people that go on vent don’t survive,” said Bell.

Sirotek, who described herself as unemployable by being a whistleblower, said she noticed people who got remdesivir are getting sick. “When my patients turn came up, I said: ‘I’m not doing it. I’m sorry.'”

Renal failure is one of the known side effects of remdesivir. It turns out, end-stage renal disease (ESRD) is the greatest risk factor for fully vaccinated patients who experience a breakthrough infection.

Sirotek noted that many people receiving the COVID-19 vaccines didn’t know they were engaged in clinical trials.

”I’ve never seen anything like this. I know I’ve only been a nurse for a decade. But the fact [is] that we don’t actually give patients informed consent now and tell them the benefits versus the risks. It’s just, this is what we’re doing. Here you go, and you’re now part of the medical experiment. It is absolutely appalling,” said Sirotek

“This is why in my video, I referred it to like the Holocaust, because everyone knew what was wrong, and nobody would say anything about it. It still baffles me almost two years into it now.”

American frontline nurse and advocate network

Sirotek said the mission statement of the American frontline nurse and advocate network is to educate, equip and empower nurses, patients and their families.

“And that’s between the patient, the family and the nurse. And so we help nurses, patients and their family. So for the basic membership that anyone can join, we have tons of like non medical, and tons of medical as well. Our specialty, though, is patient advocacy,” Sirotek said.

Included in the core group are Director of Advocacy Services Lori Jean, Director of Special Projects Jodi O’ Malley, Ask the Nurse podcast producer Janet Farris, Director of Health and Wellness Christie Korth and Director of Nurse Entrepreneurship Catherine Story. Also with the group are Jennifer Clavenger, Crystal Murphy and Karen Saucedo.

Bell said that people are rising up against the so-called vaccine mandates.

“There are people rising up – even those who are fully jabbed or partially jab. They are walking arm in arm now with those of us who say no, our bodies belong to us. My children belong to me until they’re an adult age and they get to decide, but until then, keep your hands off of our bodies and keep those syringes out of them too,” Bell said. 

Sirotek agreed. ”I’ve said it many times, the greatest gift besides life itself that we’ve been given by God is the freedom to choose. And that is something we want to defend and oppose the rule by the elites because they do not want you to have freedom to choose,” she said.

Bell criticizes the lack of advocacy from public health departments regarding the importance  eating better, getting some sunshine and drinking clean water to make make sure you’re having regular bowel movements. “It’s not that difficult. But yes, and all of those things that would contribute to the strengthening of immunity, immune system,” Bell said.

He also cited the censorship perpetuated by Big Tech on people like him and Sirotek.

“I mean, you’re banned for mentioning natural immunity. We’ve been banned on YouTube and Spotify for disagreeing with the World Health Organization, which as I point out, disagrees with itself on a weekly basis.”



No comments:

Post a Comment