Wisconsin resident Scott Schara believes hospital homicide by means of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) death protocols disguised as treatments is part of a genocidal agenda. He has strong reason to believe so as his 19-year-old daughter Grace had been victimized by it.
Schara told LifeSiteNews that he has devoted more than 500 hours of research to investigating the death of his daughter while she was hospitalized for COVID-19. “At least 100 doctors and health care professionals have called her death murder,” he said.
The bereaved father claimed that a “death cocktail” of three sedative drugs administered to Grace on Oct. 13, 2021 led to her demise. She had already received maximum doses of the sedative drug Precedex when she was administered lorazepam twice, one in the morning and another just before evening. To make matters worse, Grace was given two milligrams of morphine through an IV push.
Lorazepam “can increase the risk of serious or life-threatening breathing problems, sedation or coma if used along with other sedative medications. Meanwhile, the package insert for morphine warns that it “can slow or stop breathing resulting in death, especially when combined with other sedative medications.”
According to an anonymous doctor who analyzed Grace’s case, “each of these [medicines] on their own – Precedex, lorazepam and morphine – have an increased risk of serious or life-threatening breathing problems and cardiac arrest, and there’s an additive effect when used in combination.” The doctor added: “To use them like they did in a person with a diagnosis of acute respiratory distress is beyond believable as to intention.”
Furthermore, Schara claimed that an alleged Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) order was used by the hospital staff as an excuse not to reverse the morphine dosage to her. Under state law, DNR orders must be signed in writing by the family and a bracelet given to the DNR patient. The law also permits guardians of DNR patients to rescind the order by informing hospital staff to revive the patient.
Schara adamantly insisted that they “never signed any statement regarding Grace being DNR” and that she did not wear any DNR bracelet.
“The first time we knew Grace was labeled DNR was when we were screaming for the nurses to do something and reverse the morphine given to [her]. Their response, ‘She’s DNR,’ was their excuse for not helping her. They stood outside her door instead; there was also an armed guard outside the room,” he recounted. (Related: Dr. Ardis reveals hospitals’ COVID “death protocol” to Jeff and Shady – Brighteon.TV.)
Hospital that killed Grace refuses to own up to its mistakes
According to Schara, hospital staff at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin – where Grace died – have refused to meet with the Scharas to discuss the family’s assessment of her death.
“Before going public, the family submitted a detailed summary, with supporting research, to the hospital with a request to meet with the CEO and the doctor involved. The hospital response was a refusal to meet,” he wrote.
Schara suspects that Grace’s death was ultimately motivated by hospital profit. On the morning of her death, the doctor in charge of her had been insisting that she be put on a ventilator for the fifth time, which he refused. At this point, Schara said the hospital decided to “dispose” of her in favor of “better paying patients.”
Furthermore, he posits that if an elderly or disabled patient refuses ventilation, administering “end of life medications” is a standard procedure. Hospitals receiving COVID-19 “death benefits” of $13,000 per patient appeared to bolster Schara’s claim.
But beneath the surface, Schara sees the possibility of St. Elizabeth Hospital killing Grace – who has Down syndrome – as part of a bigger genocidal agenda. The bereaved father asked: “Are hospitals exterminating the disabled and elderly at the government’s instruction, because non-contributing members of society are expensive to keep around?”
He further probed this claim in his tribute website for Grace, citing several instances during their stay in the hospital. Twenty of the 22 doctor’s reports about Grace mentioned Down syndrome with “specific literal comments” included. Schara added that only one doctor interacted with Grace, with the rest apparently thinking she was “stupid.”
Schara concluded: “Were these measures taken out of convenience for hospital staff or part of a larger agenda?”
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