British Woman Arrested After Filming Empty Hospital Wards While Health Officials Push COVID Panic

Posted originally on The Conservative Tree House on December 31, 2020 by Sundance

Comrade rebels, a 46-year-old woman in the U.K. was arrested after she posted a video on-line, filmed at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, showing empty hospital wards while officials in the U.K. state publicly the health system is overwhelmed. [STORY HERE]

[…] A statement from Gloucestershire Police said: “Following a number of reports in relation to a video filmed by a member of the public at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and posted online, officers arrested a 46-year-old woman yesterday (Tuesday 29 December) on suspicion of a public order offence.

“The woman has been bailed to return to police on 21 January, with conditions that she cannot enter any NHS premises or the grounds of any such premises, unless in the case of an emergency or to attend a pre-arranged NHS appointment.” (link)

The lady walks through the hospital for several minutes (video below) while explaining that people are waiting for treatment but the hospital itself is empty.  The section of the hospital being reviewed is the outpatient clinic during daytime; and if -as the hospital claims- that all services are overwhelmed, it does appear there is a disconnect between the official NHS narrative and the reality on the ground.

The police moved-in to arrest the videographer after the video went viral on-line.  Apparently it is against the interests of the state for people to see what is taking place.

A facebook post attributed to the rebel truth-seeker is below:

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