“I recorded them murdering patients. I recorded just the complete and absolute disregard for human life,” said Erin Maria Olzewski.
Erin Maria Olzewski, the whistleblower nurse who made headlines last year documenting “fraud, negligence, and greed” that “led to unnecessary deaths” during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, sat down with LifeSiteNews during the Health & Freedom Conference to share her experience and reflections.
Olzewski (pronounced OL-CHEZ-SKEE), whose findings were first brought to light in a viral June video titled “Perspectives on the Pandemic: The (Undercover) Epicenter Nurse,” received a strong appreciative reception from the sold-out, 4,000-person event held at Rhema Bible College.
She’s very concerned that many of the lockdowns and restrictions on freedoms were based on New York’s COVID numbers which she says, “now we know are lies.”
Here’s Olzewski’s interview with Rebekah Roberts of LifeSite News:
As a nurse, Olzewski says that there are lots of things that you can do to prevent illness. She recommends eating healthy, getting exercise, going outside for Vitamin D, and supplementing with Vitamin C, quercetin, (an over-the-counter version of hydroxychloroquine,) and zinc.
Olzewski is a Registered Nurse and a former Army combat veteran who was residing in the Tampa, Florida area at the time. In the spring of 2020 when New York was sending out the call for medical professionals to help during the first wave of the pandemic, she decided to go and help out on the “frontline” in the war on the pandmeic since she wasn’t seeing the same situation where she was in Florida.
After several days of waiting in her hotel room — which raised red flags with Olzewski because she thought hospitals were desperate for help — she was eventually stationed at Elmhurst Hospital which was described as the “epicenter of the epicenter” of the pandemic.
What Olzewski saw astonished her and she decided to record what she was seeing.
She said that people were neglected and some died because “COVID protocols” denied family visits and patients didn’t have anyone to advocate for them.
“The very first day [at Elmhurst] I was shocked. It was something I’ve never seen before,” she said. “Patients were alone in the rooms on ventilators [with] no family allowed in [to advocate for them]. People were just dying from gross negligence, medical malpractice, [and] mismanagement.”
“For me, that was really difficult to swallow. Everything made sense to me at that moment of why there were so many deaths in New York,” she said.
Following a good cry back in her hotel room, she eventually contacted an attorney in New York, secured a “pair of spyglasses” and began to document what she saw in the hospital.
Olzewski said that she saw disregard for basic safety protocols, misuse of personal protective equipment (PPE), and that patients were categorized as COVID-positive despite repeated negative tests.
She also says that back in Florida, patients were prescribed hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) along with zinc with tremendous success. In late March 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo banned the use of HCQ for the treatment of COVID-19 as either “prophylactic” or “experimental use” unless it’s part of a clinical trial.
The most disturbing claim, however, was that there were financial incentives for hospitals to put patients on ventilators knowing that most ventilated patients die.
At the time, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provided what some called “perverse incentives” instituted by government COVID-19 relief funding, which awarded significantly more compensation to hospitals should patients be classified as COVID-19 positive ($13,000) or if they are put on a ventilator ($39,000).
Olzewski indicated these incentives dramatically impacted what was happening at Elmhurst. “You know, $13,000 to admit [COVID-19 classified] patients, and they were just admitting everybody.”
She further alleged that with the $39,000 incentive, the hospital would then put admitted patients “on a ventilator that they knew would kill them.” In addition, “in some cases” there was an incentive of “$10,000 [for] every death.” With families kicked out and not being able to monitor, it was “the perfect storm, and people took advantage of it.”
Reflecting on lockdowns last year, and presently in some places, she said they have always been “completely uncalled for. People stayed home and got even more sick, so that caused even more deaths.”
Here is the YouTube video with Olzewski that went viral back in June.
This brave whistleblower is getting a whole lot of hate and “debunking” by alleged “fact-checkers” like the overtly biased Democrat hacks over at Media Matters For America (MMFA). It’s a little weird that they’re not praising her for speaking “her truth” as they did for Christine Blasey Ford — even though there’s no evidence that she had ever met Brett Kavanaugh.
Despite being disparaged for sharing what it was that she saw at Elmhurst Hospital, Olzewski has some great advice for everyone.
“Be brave. Be bold. And step outside of your comfort zone. If you see something say something and think about future generations to come. If you don’t fight right now, then who’s going to do it? Who is going to fight? For me, [the incentive] is my kids… It’s our future generations. And the time is now to step up and to change the world. We can’t let them steal [our freedom] from us,” Olzewski concluded.
Source: LifeSite News
She’s not wrong.