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Turn to God and Do Not Comply

 

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Introduction to
‘Genocide Then and Now’

Scott and Vera Video

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I saw Gracie's story and feel your pain. The same thing happened to my husband, Vincent, of 48 yrs. We are both disabled from birth, but worked, took care of each other, and lived independently. My husband was admitted to UPMC Presbyterian hospital in Pittsburgh PA in Oct. of 2021 for a life-threatening pressure sore, but was progressing well. We were not injected with the shots, and we were harassed because of that. My husband eventually got Covid, and the hospital would not give him appropriate treatment, and I would not allow Remdesivir and a ventilator, so they did nothing appropriate and killed him. While he was dying, I got Covid, ended up in the same ER, but would not allow a PCR test for fear I would end up like my husband. In that case I was released with no discharge paperwork or instructions, and I was very ill. Luckily my family secured Ivermectin for me, and along with some supplements, I survived. My husband was murdered for the government financial incentives for "treating" Covid and getting a Covid diagnosis on the death certificate. I will never be the same. If I can do anything to help, I would be glad to. I am a retired medical microbiologist and medical technologist and have spent hundreds of hours studying Covid and the gene therapy injections, and death protocols for profit vs. effective and inexpensive treatment with repurposed drugs that work. This whole plandemic is genocide on many levels, and those who are administrating and executing this murder must be held to account.

Pittsburg, PA

My story is so similar to so many. I will do my best to keep my story here short – but that is difficult for me to do.

Nelson and I had just returned from a 5-week camping trip to Maine ...

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Pittsburg, PA

My heart breaks for you all. I'm sorry your family had to experience this unnecessary stress, suffering, and trauma. I enjoyed reading Grace's obituary and am crying with you. There is no doubt that Grace (and God) are guiding you on this journey. Thank you for sharing Grace's story.

Below I've included a letter I've written to the PA State Representatives to share the story of my Dad. It's devastating as we try to pick up the pieces, mend our broken hearts, and live in a world without my Dad.

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Pittsburg, PA