Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI), one of the few members of Congress willing to speak out about vaccines reactions, held a panel Monday to allow everyday individuals and medical experts to give testimony on adverse vaccine reactions as well as examples of medical systems refusing early care to patients.
One of the speakers was Registered Nurse and Master-prepared Biochemist, Nicole Sirotek, who delivered an extremely compelling testimony in front of the panel. Below is her full testimony.
Nicole Sirotek has been speaking out about appropriate early intervention strategies since the beginning of the pandemic. On May 4, 2020, Sirotek shared an emotional story about her experience working at a hospital in NYC at the peak of the COVID pandemic.
A tearful and exhausted Sirotek explains how the hospital administration would move her to a different unit when she tried to advocate on behalf of her minority patients. Sirotek never mentions the names of the hospitals where she was working with COVID patients but claims that she was working at two different hospitals in New York City:
I legitimately don’t even know what to do anymore. Even the advocacy groups don’t give a shit about these people. Literally, black lives don’t matter here. And, I mean, that’s pretty sad that somebody who’s white and lives hundreds of miles away from this city gives more of a sh*t about these people than the actual people in this city.
I had a complete breakdown yesterday because I missed an important email to do a revision on my proposal, so my proposal got canceled because I was trying to advocate for my patient and talk to management here and get the care that he needs because he’s being medically mismanaged. And I just had a complete f*cking breakdown because, you know what, my entire proposal got canceled because I wasted my time advocating for a f*cking patient that’s just going to die anyway. And sure enough, they take the patient away from me. And then, almost two hours into the shift, they switch me units. This is exactly what happened at the other hospital when I was advocating for the little Hispanic lady.
I know not everybody’s gonna live. I’m not that f*cking green or ignorant or bright-eyed and bushy-tailed to think that. I know we’re going to have a sh*t ton of people die. But these people aren’t dying from COVID.
An anesthesiologist intubated the patient’s … I think it was right bronchi of a patient and they couldn’t get the sats up and for about five hours, we were waiting on a chest x-ray to confirm that the placement was wrong. And in the meantime, while we were waiting for that, we’ve told the anesthesiologist that it was placed wrong because literally only one side of his f*cking chest was inflating, he died.
A patient had a heart rate of 40, and the resident starts doing chest compressions on him, which is not what you do. You just externally pace them, or you give them some atropine. And then I run in there to stop him from doing chest compressions on somebody with a f*cking pulse. And then he decides to push epi. He throws some pads on him to defibrillate the guy … he has a heart rate of 40 … you just need to give him some atropine and pace him. He f*cking defibrillates him and kills him.
I was literally ran out of the patient’s room to get the director of nursing, who was standing out there, and I’m like, ‘Can you stop him? He’s going to kill that patient. He’s going to kill that patient if he defibrillates him.’ The director of nursing just shook his head. And I turned around, and he killed the dude.
For the fact-checkers, it is important to note that the COVID-19 virus has indeed claimed lives in America; it is a once-in-a-century pandemic, quite likely released by China, that has proven fairly deadly among the elderly population. We are not suggesting Sirotek is being untruthful in her testimony, or that COVID has not taken lives, but merely reporting on what she shared as her personal experience.
A description of Senator Ron Johnson’s panel of medical officials can be found on his website, where he explains the experts he’s invited to speak in front of the 3-day panel he hosted:
A group of world-renowned doctors and medical experts will provide a different perspective on the global pandemic response, the current state of knowledge of early and hospital treatment, vaccine efficacy, and safety, what went right, what went wrong, what should be done now, and what needs to be addressed long term.