Virtually empty D.C. area hospital captured on video as government, media, perpetuate COVID surge myths

Man films nearly empty typically busy hospital during height of COVID surge exposing “the lie” that’s being echoed to the general public

Government and mainstream media talking heads have been pushing the narrative that a reemergence of the COVID-19 virus has caused a surge in patients at hospitals across the United States. However, nothing could be further from the truth as many U.S. hospitals remain virtual ghost towns even though the media is claiming otherwise.

Video footage allegedly captured at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus Sunday by user TikTok and Twitter user @DPotcner reveals, if authentic, that hospital patient traffic appears to remain low during the ‘pandemic.’

“As you all can see here the hospital is empty — there is no COVID patients — the place is completely empty — this hospital is empty — no one is here…,” the man capturing the bombshell footage explained in the video. “Huge hospital center, guys — look no one’s here!”

Contrary to video footage captured by @DPotcner, the website RestonNow.com reports that “Fairfax Health District reported 914 new COVID-19 cases today (Monday), a new single-day record for the district, which encompasses the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church as well as Fairfax County.” The report goes to show how both the government and media are hyping the hysteria.

A second video shot from inside the hospital reveals the lack of COVID admissions during the lockdown era.

“You guys are being lied to — there is nobody here this hospital is empty the man said. “There is nobody here because there are no sick people.”

The curious camera-wielding man questioned a hospital staffer and a security guard while filming but both declined to answer any questions on camera regarding the hospital’s capacity.

In a third video the rather diligent citizen journalist questions “the lie.”

Security could be seen chasing the man off of the property in a fourth video as the man shouted in frustration.

“You are the last thing from a hero is you don’t speak up about the truth… you are all cowards!”

Additional footage appears to show almost no patient activity at the facility.

The citizen journalist calls out Maryland Governor Larry Hogan in the following Tweet which reads: “Hey Larry, see my videos from yesterday. laurel and Tacoma park hospital you funded and designed COVID and said 90% full. THEY ARE EMPTY. YOU ARE A LIAR. RESIGN.”

More empty hospitals…

“Suburban Hospital washing DC metro. You be he judge.”

“Holy cross hospital. HUGE hospital. You be the judge.”

“Laurel hospital MD. designated COVID hospital. 90% full. Where is everyone?”

Are we being lied to? If so, what can be done?

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Shepard Ambellas is an opinion journalist, analyst, political pundit, nationally syndicated radio talk show host, and the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News & Politics (Intellihub.com). Shepard is also known for producing Shade: The Motion Picture (2013) and appearing on Travel Channel’s America Declassified (2013). Shepard has been a contributor to Alex Jones’s  Infowars platform and is also a regular on Coast To Coast AM with George Noory.
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