Montana Veteran George Blackard Shares COVID Hospital Story
Some of you know our good friend George Blackard.
He is a great Navy veteran who has tirelessly served his fellow veterans here in Montana. He is constantly helping others.
Recently he moved his elderly father to Montana so he could help take care of him. Her father was battling lung cancer, COPD, and a few other things. Her father had already overcome pneumonia and was released from the hospital. Unfortunately, his father ended up quietly passing away in their house.
You have to hear his story.
First, he explained how he had to fight the system for his father’s death certificate. Her father has not tested positive for COVID-19. No doctor examined him when he died. And yet the system desperately wanted to continue listing COVID-19 as the cause of death.
Here’s something else …
George has been fully vaccinated and has always been hospitalized with COVID.
After taking care of his elderly father, George would go back and forth to hospitals, masked each time. George was also vaccinated to better help take care of his father. Weeks later, George contracted COVID-19 himself and ended up in hospital.
Why was he not allowed other treatment options once he was admitted to the hospital? He did everything they asked, didn’t he (got the vaccine, wore the mask, etc.)? Do masks work, why couldn’t his family visit him if they were wearing masks? And what happened to the hospital complaint box?
Here is the full audio of our conversation with George Blackard:
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