Jodi O’Malley, a critical care nurse with a master’s degree, has bravely come forward as a whistleblower to speak out against questionable practices in the U.S. healthcare system during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. In a recent interview with host James Egidio of the Medical Truth Podcast, O’Malley shared her experiences and raised important questions about the treatment of COVID-19 patients.
One of O’Malley’s primary concerns is the isolation and quarantine of both the sick and the healthy. She questions the effectiveness of this approach and highlights the stress and fear it causes, which can ultimately undermine the body’s ability to fight the disease. O’Malley also criticizes the lack of informed consent and treatment options for COVID-19 patients, particularly the overemphasis on experimental medications remdesivir.
But perhaps one of the most troubling issues O’Malley raises is the lack of reporting of vaccine adverse events by healthcare professionals, despite mandatory reporting requirements. This lack of transparency and accountability is deeply concerning and raises questions about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Throughout the interview, O’Malley’s insights and observations provide a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the healthcare system during this unprecedented time. She speaks candidly about the challenges she faced as a hospital supervisor, including doctors admitting patients who didn’t require hospitalization, patients being unnecessarily placed in isolation rooms, and a lack of proper assessment and care for patients.
Despite her expertise and dedication to patient care, O’Malley faced pushback from colleagues when she suggested using medications like hydroxychloroquine and vitamin D and zinc for COVID-19 patients. Sadly, some even made it a political issue and accused her of being a Trump supporter, which underscores the polarization and politicization of COVID-19.
But despite the challenges and risk involved, O’Malley remains committed to speaking out and advocating for patients’ rights and safety. Her bravery and dedication serve as an inspiration to us all during these challenging times.
As we navigate the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is essential that we listen to and learn from healthcare professionals like Jodi O’Malley. Only by working together and remaining vigilant can we hope to overcome this crisis and emerge stronger and more resilient than ever before.
Jodi O’Malley published a tell all book called “Rare Courage” about her experience which can be found on Amazon