Corruption At All Levels: A $52 Million Hospital Treated Only 79 Patients
New York City spent $52 million on a hospital for patients with the coronavirus. The hospital treated only 79 patients and say unused even as nearby hospitals were overwhelmed with coronavirus patients.
According to a report Tuesday by The New York Times, the temporary hospital set up at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center treated just 79 patients in the month it was in operation, while staff reported being paid to do nothing all day amid the height of the city’s coronavirus outbreak.
“I basically got paid $2,000 a day to sit on my phone and look at Facebook,” Katie Capano, a nurse practitioner from Baltimore who worked at the center, told the Times. “We all felt guilty. I felt really ashamed, to be honest.”
While regular Americans were forced to give up their livelihoods, destroy their ability to provide for themselves and their families and be on house arrest for months, others got paid to do nothing just to push the coronavirus plandemic propaganda and official narrative.
This is corruption and it’s at all levels of the government of the USSA.
The constant pushing of the coronavirus narrative in spite of facts or any real evidence should be alarming to everyone.
Many people know something is wrong even if they can’t pinpoint what it is, and yet, we still have the mainstream media trying to panic the public into wearing the
muzzle face mask and living in fear.
This is probably not going to stop until everyone agrees to get the vaccine.
And if you don’t get the “non-mandatory” vaccine, those in power will make sure your life is inconvenient as possible (no going to the grocery store or traveling) unless you have it.
Article posted with permission from Mac Slavo