Filthy hospital horror show kills 100,000 a year
If cleanliness is next to Godliness, my mother is playing table tennis with the Virgin Mary right now. When I was a kid, you didn't dare approach her dinner table if you had dirt behind your ears or grime under your fingernails.
Mom's kitchen was so clean you could have performed surgery in it -- and the mainstream may want to start giving that a try. Because yet another study has proven that the average hospital is a filth-infested junkyard even Fat Albert and the boys would have been embarrassed to hang out in.
The new examination of nearly 1,000 hospitals -- that's about one out of every six hospitals in America -- found that hundreds of them have no policies whatsoever to protect you from common infections and pneumonia. That catheter line you're getting might as well be a sewage line, because a third of the hospitals studied have no procedures to prevent painful urinary tract infections.
Heck, even hospitals that had infection control procedures were only following them about half the time, because hospitals rake in BILLIONS treating the same infections they give you! It's no wonder hospital-related infections kill 100,000 people a year -- that's equivalent to every man, woman and child in Flint, Michigan.
Listen, you may enter a hospital with a wristband, but make sure you don't leave with a toe tag. Don't ever step foot in one of these one-star horror hotels without asking EXACTLY what they're doing to keep you safe.
And when they give you that stupid, confused grin the mainstream has practically patented, do yourself a favor -- make a beeline for the door, and never look back.