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“Overwhelmed Hospitals” Firing Staff Over Vaccine Orders (Guest: Twila Brase)

October 21, 2021

Corporate media reports that hospitals are overwhelmed with cases of COVID-19. Why then are thousands of hospital staffers being told not to show up for work until they show proof of the COVID-19 vaccine?

Twila Brase, R. N., is the founder and president of Citizens Council for Health Freedom.  She discusses whether there is an overcapacity crisis, where fired professionals will ultimately end up, whether patient safety has anything to do with the mandates, and how hospitals are coping with reduced staff.

Are patients at risk?

Certainly, when you show up at the ER you expect a certain level of care.  If a hospital is understaffed due to its own making, is this false advertising?  Brase says now more than ever family members need to be present with in patients around the clock as workers who are on the job are overworked and distracted with electronic medical record requirements. 

Brase also says the “vaccine mandate” issue is not going away soon, even if big pharma manages to get its anti-viral treatments approved and the door finally opens for early treatment.

Finally, Brase discusses the nationwide billboard campaign her organization is taking to inform the public they have a right not to buckle to vaccine pressure. 

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AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform. @HCPolicy
Twila Brase is the president of the Citizens' Council for Health Freedom. @twilabrase