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(INTELLIHUB) — Iraqi Freedom combat veteran and registered nurse Erin Olszewski appeared on The Shepard Ambellas Show on Friday where she revealed how COVID-19 is a massive top-down scam in which hospitals and medical workers are being paid big bucks to essentially remain silent about the true nature of what is really going on behind the scenes in the medical industry.

The registered nurse explained to Shep and his audience how medical industry higher-ups and personnel often view patients as “disposable humans” and said that it only took her one twelve-hour shift at New York’s Elmhurst Hospital to realized that the patients were not dying of COVID.

“I can not sit here and be a part of this and watch this happen,” she said bravely, reflecting on her decision to blow the whistle. “It literally took me a shift, a 12-hour shift, to realize that these patients were not dying from COVID.”

Olszewski said that when she decided to take the position as a travel nurse at New York’s Elmhurst Hospital during the height of the first COVID wave she was expecting a warzone but as it turned out the scene was entirely different.

“I ended up taking the position–I packed my bags and I was on a plane within two days and, you know, having already been in war you are touching the ground on essentially foreign soil here and you are ready to go to war and it wasn’t like that,” she explained. “I got off the plane and they had me taxied to a four-star hotel, the Marriott in Times Square, and we essentially sat around waiting for three days for an assignment and so that was kind of like my first red flag.”

“So if we are like these front liners going to war here in New York City then why are we all sitting around getting paid very well–it was $10,000 a week–$1,500 a day–to do nothing when there are patients dying–right?”

— Erin Olszewski

The registered nurse said she eventually got an assignment at Elmhurst which was the “epicenter of the epicenter” of where COVID began.

“It literally took me a shift, a 12-hour shift, to realize that these patients were not dying from COVID–they were dying, a lot of them were dying, from just mismanagement, negligence, horrible practices, and just a whole lot of people that didn’t care who saw them as disposable humans and it was definitely a wake-up call to me that I can’t sit here and watch this happen.”