After Grace Schara’s death in a hospital where she had been given a combination of a sedative, an anxiety medication, and morphine, her parents launched a crusade to bring attention to what they call “Death Protocols” so that no one had to experience what they did.

“When I discovered that my daughter was murdered, all I could think about was that I didn’t want her to die in vain,” Scott Schara told The Epoch Times.

This crusade recently brought Scott and his wife Cindy to Robert Paiser, who was hospitalized for COVID on Nov. 2.

Paiser—with Scott and Cindy’s help—was able to escape the protocols on Nov. 5.

Today, Scott and Cindy believe that if 19-year-old Grace hadn’t died at the hands of what they allege to be a direct result of the COVID treatment protocols used on her, Paiser wouldn’t be alive today.

Grace, who had Down Syndrome, died on Oct. 13, 2021, in a hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin, where—in addition to having been heavily sedated—was kept malnourished, Scott had reported.

Since then, Scott has researched and shared his information about the “Death Protocols” instituted in hospitals that in writing are said to treat patients who test positive for COVID but in practice, Scott said, kill the patient, bringing the hospital up to $500,000 in federal reimbursement.

Schara first thought the hospital protocols leading up to her death were about the hospital getting federal reimbursements; however, he later suspected a motive much worse: hospitals are taking federal funding to enact COVID protocols that were not only killing the unvaccinated, but also the disabled.

Scott continued to share his message on radio and television interviews as the family’s webpage grew. Now he has a newly launched podcast, Deprogramming with Grace’s Dad.

So, by the time Paiser—a 40-pound, 44–year-old man with a rare neuromuscular disorder called spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) found himself in a hospital in Green Bay neighboring the city in which Grace died, a friend of the family knew who to call.

‘I Was Basically Being Drowned’

According to Paiser, the physician told him he was going to put him on an antiviral drug “that worked great on COVID and viruses,” and resulted in people recovering “and walking out in three days.”

“I was in trouble and he made it sound great, so I was like, ‘OK, just make me better,’” Paiser told The Epoch Times.

The drug was remdesivir.

According to a study found in the New England Journal of Medicine, a safety board found it to be the least effective and deadliest drug in the trial before it was suspended after 53 percent of the Ebola patients who took the drug died.

The National Institute of Health (NIH) has said it’s the only drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat COVID-19.

Among its debilitating side effects, remdesivir is known to damage the kidneys. However, families who have lost loved ones to the series of COVID hospital protocols reported that they were never warned of the dangers of remdesivir, which Paiser said was the case with him.

Like other reports of similar hospital protocols, Paiser was also left malnourished and unbathed while kept supine instead of being allowed to sit up in bed.

Normally, Paiser said, when he has breathing issues, he’s given a nebulizer and set upright, but none of this happened.

Because of his immobility and impaired speech from his SMA, he and his mother were able to dissuade hospital staff from keeping her out of his room and isolating Paiser.

“I need someone with me 24/7,” Paiser said. “We had to argue and fight to make that happen but luckily they caved on that.”

Paiser eats through a feeding tube, but staff told him they didn’t have the type of food for that situation.

During this time while being treated with remdesivir, a pain in his stomach grew from painful to excruciating, he said, and his body filled with excessive fluid.

“Between the drug making my lungs fluid, my lungs making fluid because I’m sick, my body swollen with retained fluid, and the IV pushing more in, I was basically being drowned,” Paiser said.

‘They’re Going to Try to Kill Him’

After his third dose of remdesivir, Paiser said he became convinced he was dying.

At this point, he was aware of Scott’s involvement through coaching his sister, Heather, he said.

“I don’t know why, I just felt I needed to ask Scott to come to me, like I sensed that I was in terrible danger and he could get me out,” Paiser said.

A friend of Heather’s told her about Scott and what he and his family had experienced with Grace over a year ago.

“He explained to me a few things and what to look out for,” Heather told The Epoch Times.

In addition to remdesivir, Scott warned her that Paiser could already be classified without their consent as a Do Not Resuscitate, which is what happened to Grace after she was admitted, without consent from Scott and Cindy.

Heather still wasn’t sure about all of this, she said. The information Scott was giving her—federally reimbursed death protocols, a targeted genocide of the disabled—was too unbelievable.

“You go into the hospital thinking you can trust the doctors, thinking they are there to save your life,” Heather said. “We didn’t believe that they would do anything or give anyone anything that would cause more damage and even possibly take their life.”

When Scott first spoke with Heather, he said, “I’m going to start by telling you something that’s shocking but you need to know it because it will change your perspective: They’re going to try to kill him.”

He wanted her to see that she was not only there to advocate for his health, but his very life, he said.

“To my surprise, she was on board and didn’t see it as crazy,” Scott said.

‘Please Don’t Leave Me’

Having never performed a patient extraction, Scott had consulted with Nicole Landers with Truth for Health Foundation, Greta Crawford with, and Laura Bartlet, founder of the Hospital Hostage Hotline that people can call for advice on how to get their family members out of hospitals that are mandating COVID protocol treatment.

It was Bartlet who sent Scott a contract to be agreed upon by the patient and the doctor in regards to treatment, Scott said.

On Saturday, Nov. 5, Scott arrived armed with a document titled, “Directives to Physicians and Medical Power of Attorney of Surrogate Regarding Treatments, Therapies and Protocols.”

It’s essentially written, legally binding instructions to physicians and staff listing what the patient won’t consent to, such as remdesivir and the COVID, Flu, and pneumococcal vaccine; and any other medication related to COVID protocols.

The directive also gives permission to the power of attorney or surrogate to have the patient discharged if alternative medical treatments such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine aren’t allowed.

Scott wasn’t prepared for what he saw upon entering Paiser’s room, he said.

Despite his mother’s efforts, Paiser hadn’t been bathed, and he was being kept barely alive, Scott said.

Scott knelt by his bed and prayed with Paiser, Scott said, and when they were done, Paiser looked at him and pleaded, “Please don’t leave me.”

“I told him I wouldn’t,” Scott said, and they reviewed the directives together with Heather, also Paiser’s medical Power of Attorney.

According to Paiser, his doctor avoided accepting the papers “as if they were made out of solid COVID.”

‘Utterly Transformed’

Because Scott had been advised to get Paiser ivermectin, N-acetylcysteine (NAC), budesonide, vitamin C, and zinc, Heather asked the doctor for those treatments. Scott said the doctor would only prescribe budesonide—a steroid that opens the lungs—so Scott called Cindy asking her to bring their own supply at home.

Heather and her mother placed Paiser upright and administered him ivermectin as soon as Cindy arrived, Scott said.

After the breathing treatments, Paiser said he “utterly transformed.”

Paiser said he began to see what was making him better could be done at home, while what was making him sicker was taking place in the hospital, so he decided to take Scott’s advice and leave.

Staff insisted Paiser sign an Against Medical Advice form, which Scott had been coached to tell Paiser not to sign.

“There’s no reason anyone should have to sign anything to leave,” Scott said.

There were delay tactics with the budesonide treatment, and the doctor was refusing to make a return visit to see Paiser’s progress, Scott said.

Paiser added, “There should never be any circumstance under which a sound-minded person should feel like they’re not free to leave any location, especially a hospital.”

There was an inconsistency between what was shown on the hospital’s report and what the nurse told them regarding how much remdesivir Paiser had been given, but it appeared that he had been given double what he needed for his body weight, Scott said.

“That’s when it became clear that detoxing Robert was a priority,” Scott said. “He was physically out of the hospital, but he wasn’t out of the woods.”

Getting the remdesivir out of his body has been its own painful experience, Paiser said.

“It felt like toxic oil that I could actually hear gurgling around between my organs,” he said.

Eugenics and Genocide

For Scott and Cindy, the entire ordeal reaffirmed what they already suspected: hospital staff, whether they were consciously aware of it or not, were using COVID treatment protocols that were killing patients, especially the unvaccinated and the disabled, in an act of genocide.

In a previous article, Scott cited one 2020 study from the UK Office for National Statistics that show that disabled people made up about three-fifths of COVID-related deaths in England and Wales.

“Disabled females between nine and 64 were even more at risk, in comparison with non-disabled females in the same age group, with a rate of death 10.8 times higher,” he said.

He cited a 2021 report from the University of Minnesota’s Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy that stated that intellectual disability is second to old age as a risk factor for COVID-19 deaths.

“In unadjusted analysis, compared with 431,669 patients without intellectual disabilities, the 127,003 patients with intellectual disabilities were more suspectable to hospitalization, intensive care admission, and death,” he said.

Schara also references a 2021 Medicare Trustee’s Report, which evaluates the cost of keeping the elderly and disabled federally funded.

“Thirty-nine percent of that federal budget goes to those two groups right now, which is $2.2 trillion a year,” Schara said.

On page 11 of the report (pdf), there is a call for “substantial changes” to address financial challenges.

“The sooner solutions are enacted, the more flexible and gradual they can be,” the report states.

For Schara, the implication of the word “solution,” while not overtly stated, suggests a call for eugenics that was supported by academic elites early in U.S. history, and later adopted by Nazi Germany.

“They took Grace out,” Cindy said. “They were trying to take Robert out. They had no intention of helping him get well.”

The mentality of looking at the disabled as “useless eaters” is cold, and evil, and fails to embrace the disabled as in fact perfectly able, but in different ways, Cindy said.

“They have many abilities, but so many people don’t see them,” Cindy said.

Grace Schara. (Courtesy of Scott Schara)

‘In Love With the World’

Paiser described himself as a person who is “in love with the world,” and fascinated by socio-political philosophy, economics, systems of governance, and science fiction.

He’s currently designing a video game, and aspires to have his own game company someday, he said.

Today, he’s 90 to 95 percent better, he said.

As soon as he’s ready, Heather said he wants to go to a Thai restaurant, where he can’t eat the food but loves sipping on Thai tea.

“He loves the environment of Thai restaurants,” Heather said, and just loves “to experience what he can.”

Heather’s still angry, she said, by what she witnessed in the hospital.

“All of these people at the hospitals, clinics, and anyone else following along with these protocols are participating in abuse that no one deserves,” Heather said.

She’s not only angry but also sad, she said.

“I almost lost my brother,” she said. “This should never happen to anyone. All I want is for this to stop happening. I’m so grateful my brother is alive, but I’m sad for those who have lost their lives to these protocols.”

Matt McGregor


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