Phoenix Hospital Worker Says Adverse Effects of COVID-19 Vaccine Aren’t Being Reported

 

The investigative media organization Project Veritas released video secretly recorded by a Phoenix hospital worker of her co-workers discussing how there is a cover-up going on hiding the adverse effects of the COVID-19 vaccine. Jodi O’Malley, who works as a registered nurse (RN) at the Phoenix Indian Medical Center, was so horrified at what she saw that she felt an obligation to go public, risking her job.

O’Malley told James O’Keefe, the head of Project Veritas, “This is evil at the highest level. You have the FDA, you have the CDC, that are both supposed to be protecting us, but they are under the government, and everything that we’ve done so far is unscientific.”

In one clip, O’Malley is heard discussing the circumstances of a young man who probably got congestive heart failure from the COVID-19 vaccine with Dr. Maria Gonzales, an emergency room doctor employed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Gonzales said it will not be reported, along with adverse reactions of other patients, “because they want to shove it under the mat.”

The FDA requires that healthcare professionals report adverse effects from the COVID-19 vaccine to VAERS, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

O’Malley told O’Keefe she’s seen “dozens of people come in with adverse reactions.” However, she said the staff at the hospital have never received a directive to report them. She said this is odd because COVID-19 is currently in stage 3 clinical trials, where usually gathering data by everyone is crucial.

O’Malley recorded herself discussing with Gonzales how it seems “fishy” that in 18 months there has been no research into adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine. Gonzales responded, “It hasn’t probably been done because the government doesn’t want to show that the darn vaccine is full of sh*t.”

Another conversation O’Malley recorded was with Deanna Paris, an RN with the United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Paris said, “It’s a shame they [government] are not treating people [with COVID] like they’re supposed to, like they should. I think they want people to die.” One hospital worker is recorded telling O’Malley they are not allowed to prescribe ivermectin for COVID-19 cases or risk getting fired.

O’Malley asked Paris how many people she’s seen at the hospital who have gotten sick from the COVID-19 vaccine, and Paris responds, “A lot.” When O’Malley asks her who is writing the VAERs reports to submit to the CDC, Paris says, “Nobody, because it takes over a half hour to write the damn thing.”

O’Malley said she saw patients like a 15-year-old healthy, normal weight boy who contracted blood clots shortly after being vaccinated. O’Malley recorded a nurse, whose identity is obscured, saying, “there’s so much I wanna blow up” to expose the cover-up. He suggested contacting Project Veritas.

O’Malley broke down talking about a colleague who didn’t want to take the COVID-19 vaccine due to her religious beliefs. After the colleague was required to get it by DHHS, she died from adverse reactions on August 28. O’Malley told O’Keefe, “Nobody, nobody should have to decide between their livelihood, being a part of the ‘team’ at the hospital, or taking the vaccine.”

O’Malley said she is not afraid, “because my faith lies in God and not man.” But she said she believes she will be retaliated against. “I am a federal employee. What other federal employees do you see speaking out?”

Sen. Kelly Townsend (R-Mesa) swiftly took action in response to the video. Townsend said complaints like this “are becoming increasingly more frequent, along with allegations of other public hospitals committing medical discrimination against the unvaccinated.”

Since the hospital is a federal facility, Townsend called on members of the Arizona congressional delegation to investigate. She is creating the Arizona Health and Safety Coalition to “help guide family members as they seek recourse for the mistreatment they are experiencing in various parts of the state.” The organization will assist people with finding the laws regarding maltreatment and neglect, and connect them with legal counsel to seek damages.

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Rachel Alexander is a reporter at The Arizona Sun Times and The Star News Network. Follow Rachel on Twitter. Email tips to [email protected]
Photo “Jodi O’Malley” by Project Veritas. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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