Chilling is the account of American nurse Erin Maria Olzewski, who reported as a witness the unethical practices that reportedly led to the deaths of patients diagnosed with the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus (COVID-19).

Although Olzewski uncovered the terrible practices in June, she recently recalled them in Tulsa, Oklahoma, before an audience at the Health and Freedom Conference held at Rhema Bible College, as reported by Life Site News on April 26. 

Olzewski witnessed “fraud, negligence and greed” that “led to unnecessary deaths” during the peak of the CCP Virus pandemic and her video recounting the events was released June 9. 

She also had the opportunity to work in two hospitals, one located in New York and the other in Florida, gaining two very different perspectives on the deadly problem.

As an Army veteran, she wanted to be on the front line of care and danger, so she volunteered to travel to New York, the epicenter of the virus’s greatest impact at the time, since there was no great medical urgency in Florida.

To her surprise, she “sat around for three days with nothing to do,” and was told that before her other nurses had been “sitting around for 21 days or an entire month getting paid $10,000 a week,” without being allowed to work saving lives.

This situation aroused her suspicions since the version of urgency spread by the media was alarming. 

But her suspicions were cruelly confirmed the first day she was called to work at Elmhurst Hospital [in Queens], which became “the epicenter of the epicenter” of CCP Virus deaths. 

“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,” Olzewski recounted.

She added, “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.”

After weeping bitterly over the heartbreaking situation, she consulted with lawyers and took action by thoroughly documenting all the outrages she witnessed.  

One of the most significant differences she saw was in the medical treatment because “they were banning alternative treatments like hydroxychloroquine. The only thing they could do was to put people on ventilators.”

Whereas “[In Florida] we treated our patients with hydroxychloroquine, zinc … sent them home and they were fine.”

Worse, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) financial incentives further increased unnecessary patient deaths. 

“You know, $13,000 to admit [COVID-19 classified] patients, and they were just admitting everybody,” Olzewski explained.

In addition, for a $39,000 incentive, the hospital was putting admitted patients “on a ventilator that they knew would kill them.” And “in some cases,” there was another payment of “$10,000 [for] each death.” 

With families kicked out and unable to monitor, it created “the perfect storm, and the people [at the hospitals] took advantage of it.”

On the other hand, with the emergence of the CCP Virus, the percentages of many of the other common causes of death were greatly reduced in the statistics.

According to a study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association (JAHA) by Tufts University in February, the vast majority of adult hospitalizations for CHBV in the United States are attributable to at least one of four pre-existing conditions: obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and heart failure, in that order.

The mathematical model used in the study suggests that 64% of hospitalizations due to CHBV could have been avoided.