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COVID-19 Hospital Protocols Were “Medical Murder,” Says Former Nurse

Alpha News interviewed Gail Macrae, a former California nurse turned whistleblower, who was fired for refusing to take the COVID-19 shot.

In the interview, Macrae said the COVID-19 protocols mandated on patients in the hospital equated to “medical murder.”

Macrae commented on the public being told the hospitals were overflowing in 2020 due to COVID-19.

From Alpha News:

As COVID ramped up in the spring of 2020, the media insisted hospitals were overflowing with patients, but that’s not what Macrae saw firsthand.

“They were never full of patients. As a matter of fact, from the onset of COVID, for the whole first year of this pandemic not only was our hospital under capacity, but I was getting canceled,” she said.

Macrae’s position with the hospital was per diem, meaning she could schedule herself when she wanted to work, and the hospital would cancel her shifts when there weren’t enough patients to staff her.

The winter of 2020 was “standard,” Macrae said. The hospital filled up twice, not out of the ordinary for winters. So when she had to tell patients’ families that they weren’t allowed to visit, she felt she was “violating” her ethics and her patients.

Macrae also commented on remdesivir, the toxic antiviral medication administered to COVID-19 patients.

Cont. from Alpha News:

The protocol was to give COVID-19 patients remdesivir, an antiviral medication, even when they were a week past symptom onset.

“And we’re seeing no improvement. And as a matter of fact, we’re seeing patients going to multi-organ failures,” Macrae said.

Macrae said she wanted to trust organizations like the CDC and the AMA, but she came to believe that the practices and protocols they were mandating equated to “medical murder.”

“I think that it comes from the combination, it’s the remdesivir, it’s the isolation of the patients. It’s weeks on end with, you know, no access to food and water,” she said. “All of these protocols, the fear mongering, the isolation, the toxic medications — I walked away feeling like I had participated in medical murder.”

Macrae said she’s involved with several lawsuits to stand up for her and other health care workers’ rights.


“There are nurses all over the world that can corroborate my experience. I’m attacked for speaking truth. But my peace lies in God, and that can’t be taken away from me,” Macrae tweeted.

Watch the full Alpha News interview with Gail Macrae on Rumble:


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