FACT: Midazolam Matt Hancock turned Care Homes into Concentration Camps where the Elderly & Vulnerable were given Lethal Injections to create the illusion of a COVID Pandemic
Matt Hancock, the former UK Health Secretary who oversaw the pandemic response, should be in prison.
Because while you stayed at home to “protect the NHS, and (allegedly) save lives”, Matt Hancock orchestrated the mass murder of the elderly and vulnerable in care homes using a drug known as Midazolam and then told you that they had all died of Covid-19; and we can prove it…
You gave up over two years of your life due to a lie.
A lie that involved prematurely ending the lives of thousands upon thousands of people, who you were told died of Covid-19.
A lie that has involved committing one of the greatest crimes against humanity in living memory.
A lie that has required three things – fear, your compliance, and a drug known as Midazolam.
We’re told that serious illness in Covid-19 presents pneumonia and accompanying respiratory insufficiency. Therefore typical symptoms include breathlessness, cough, weakness and fever.
We’re also told that people who suffer deteriorating respiratory failure and who do not receive intensive care, develop acute respiratory distress syndrome with severe breathlessness.
Meanwhile, Midazolam is a drug that has been used in executions by lethal injection in the USA. It can cause serious or life-threatening breathing problems such as shallow, slowed, or temporarily stopped breathing which may lead to permanent brain injury or death.
Knowing that, would you use Midazolam to treat “patients” suffering Covid-19?
Because that’s precisely what the then Health Secretary, Matt Hancock decided to do.
Data taken from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows us that during April 2020 there were 26,541 deaths in care homes, an increase of 17,850 on the five-year average. This is half the amount of alleged Covid-19 deaths during the same period.
Why were these people in care homes and not in hospitals?
They were in care homes because Matt Hancock gave the order to put them there…
On the 19th March 2020, a directive was sent out to the NHS, with Matt Hancock’s authorisation, instructing hospitals to discharge all patients who they deemed to not require a hospital bed.
They declared that transfers from the ward must happen within one hour of that decision being made to a designated discharge area, and that discharge from the hospital should happen within 2 hours. NHS trusts were told that “they must adhere” to the new directive.
Why on earth would people already be in a hospital bed if they did not need to be? You attend the hospital because you require medical treatment, not because you want a lie-down and a good night’s sleep.
This directive meant that people who required medical treatment and attention were discharged into Care homes in the thousands.
And it allowed Matt Hancock to orchestrate a genocide of the elderly and vulnerable so that he could tell you thousands were dying of Covid-19 and justify the Draconian, totalitarian state that his Government had imposed on the country, alongside many other governments around the world.
The following exchange took place in a parliamentary committee meeting on the 17th of April 2020 between Matt Hancock and Dr Evans, a Conservative MP.
The following is an extract from an article which confirms the United Kingdom purchased two years’ worth of Midazolam in March 2020 and was looking to purchase much more –
Supplies of the sedative midazolam have been diverted from France as a “precaution” to mitigate potential shortages in the NHS caused by COVID-19, the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has told The Pharmaceutical Journal. A spokesperson from Accord Healthcare, one of five manufacturers of the drug, told The Pharmaceutical Journal that it had to gain regulatory approval to sell French-labelled supplies of midazolam injection to the NHS, after having already sold two years’ worth of stock to UK wholesalers “at the request of the NHS” in March 2020. The DHSC said the request for extra stock was part of “national efforts to respond to the coronavirus outbreak”, which included precautions “to reduce the likelihood of future shortages”.