“The Stew Peters Show” interviewed a Vermont nurse who claims UVM Medical Center staff are seeing a substantial uptick in unusual health conditions since the nationwide vaccination rollout, and that nurses aren’t permitted to ask about potential adverse reactions to the shots.
“I’ve been a nurse for 30 years and I am seeing things I’ve never witnessed as a nurse, even working in cancer. I’m seeing things that are just absolutely bizarre,” said Sandy, a UVMMC nurse who chose not to use her full name.
Sandy said staffers aren’t to ask about vaccines when attempting to diagnose potential causes of an ailment.
“You can’t even approach the patient to have that conversation with them,” she said. “ … If you even brought that to the attention of one of the doctors, and this might be like into the third day of we don’t know what’s going on … you were just looked at like you were crazy.”
Injuries the nurse reported seeing include head-to-toe rashes, cardiac problems in young adults, and a case of swollen genitalia seemingly similar to what pop singer Nicki Minaj claims happened to one of her fans.
The host, Stew Peters, says that Sandy approached at least three doctors regarding the “huge amount of anomalies” staff have encountered at UVMMC.
“She’s seen a least five patients who, in her view, are 100% cases linked with the COVID vaccines,” Peter said.
The nurse said the push by the media to vaccinate young children is what nudged her to come forward.
“And what I saw, and what I want people to understand, is when they talk about their doctors recommending the vaccine for them, they must understand that nurses and doctors are governed by the CDC just like in the military — the general gives orders and people under them follow those directions,” she said. “ … And nurses and doctors are so ingrained in those institutions that they trust those institutions that are guiding them.”
She shared a story of a male patient in his low 30s experiencing unusual cardiac issues. She said they did extensive testing for all suspected causes and could not come up with an explanation.
“[They did] every test that could be done and they could not figure out what was going on with this man,” she said. “ … I feel like, OK he’s been injured by this vaccine, they have three small children.”
Sandy said these strange medical conditions began in January, when the vaccine rollouts began.
“For the first time we started hearing things like ‘we didn’t know why they were being admitted, we didn’t know what the diagnosis was,'” she said. “We didn’t know what was causing these things, and to me, the people weren’t even being asked if they were vaccinated.”
When Peters asked who are the entities behind these policies, she said it was the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“I believe that the CDC instructed our physicians to not look, that we are not allowed to look or to question people coming into the hospital in regards to the vaccine,” she said. “Those are who are instructing us, when we open our emails every morning, those emails are coming directly down from the CDC.”
Peters noted that the vaccine package insert for the COVID shots includes a warning about myocarditis, a grave heart condition similar to what Sandy described regarding the young male patient in his 30s. He added that he thinks staff within UVM are ultimately responsible for their own actions.
“That’s not the CDC doing that, that’s doctors doing that,” Peter said. “ … Because doctors are refusing to report these as vaccine injuries.”