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Reality vs. CBC: was this Manitoba hospital OVERWHELMED with COVID-19 patients?
A recent report by the CBC sent shockwaves across the country. But was any of it true? CBC published that the Bethesda Regional Health Centre in Steinbach, Manitoba, had been so overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients that nurses were forced to triage people in their cars in the parking lot!
But we’re well aware of the blatant lies and mistruths regularly peddled by our state-broadcaster, so I decided to go and see for myself. What I found will surprise you:
According to Manitoba’s official numbers, the day we showed up at the hospital there were just 300 COVID patients across all 58 Manitoba hospitals. That’s five people per hospital! Even less when you consider that only 52 of those people are in ICU. Is that all it takes to overwhelm Manitoba’s healthcare system? Of course not.
But it hasn’t stopped Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister from inflating the perceived risk of this virus to give himself more authority over the lives of Manitobans. Why does the mainstream media continue to push this narrative and support this tyrant? This isn’t a crisis. It never was. The only crisis is that people continue to fall for CBC’s hysterical reporting.