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Texas Hospital Orders Nurses NOT to Record Vaccine Side Effects!

There are a lot of people in the healthcare field that want to do right for their patients under their care and that means reporting side effects from drugs or procedures they have been given.
However, in a world where the mainstream media is busy convincing the masses that the experimental jab is the best thing sliced bread so more receive it, that is a big no-no.
In fact, there are reports that indicate over 100 employees of Houston Methodist Hospital sued the hospital for mandating the experimental vaccine for all staff members.
If you were not aware, Houston Methodist was the first medical center in the country to mandate the experimental jab for their employees.

 

Now there are new reports being revealed that are putting the already embattled hospital in more hot water.

In an interview with Del Bigtree from The Highwire, nurse Jennifer Bridges made disturbing revelations about Houston Methodist.

Check out a small clip of the interview here.

National File reported:

Houston Methodist Hospital is forbidding its workers from listing any adverse reactions to the Coronavirus vaccine on official records, according to a Houston Methodist nurse. Nurse Jennifer Bridges appeared on The Highwire with Del Bigree to drop the shocking revelation.

“But every time a nurse or another employee comes out with an adverse reaction, they basically tell them in the ER, they’re like, ‘No, it’s not an adverse reaction. This is just an intolerance.’ And they don’t report it properly and they don’t address it properly,” Jennifer Bridges told Del Bigtree.

“And I’ve actually been in contact with somebody in the hospital system that deals with, like, the charting and the finalization of people’s charts…They have told me that officially Methodist has told them, ‘Do not list any adverse reactions on anybody’s chart related to the vaccine.’ Like, people are being told to not talk about this, not address it, and not label it on charts basically. Like, us ourselves as employees, have to go to the system and document these adverse reactions because Methodist is not doing it,” nurse Jennifer Bridges told Bigtree.

117 Houston Methodist employees are reportedly suing the hospital to fight the institution’s vaccine mandate.

If this is a common trend, then there’s no telling the true number of experimental vaccine recipients that suffer from side effects.

The official VAERS Report could only be a fraction of the real number of adverse reactions.

 

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