Though every attempt to petition for their mother’s COVID-19 treatment was met with “strange behaviors and attitudes” by hospital staff, Clover and Jodi Carroll recalled what their mother often affirmed when they were growing up: “Carrolls never quit.”
On July 5, 2021, Carolyn Carroll was admitted to a Texas hospital where she died on Aug. 1, 2021, at the hands of what Clover and Jodi allege to be the hospital’s protocols used to treat COVID-19.
For siblings, Carolyn’s story is representative of what they called “medical tyranny” that has been forced on “thousands of people across the country.”
However, Clover and Jodi maintain they aren’t victims.
“Victims ask why this is happening,” Clover told The Epoch Times. “Survivors ask what they can do about it.”
Today, Clover and Jodi both participate in the FormerFedsGroup Freedom Foundation (FFFF), an organization that has gathered over 250 of these stories through its COVID-19 Humanity Betrayal Memory Project to build an online database of testimonies.
Clover’s marketing agency, New Story Media, has joined with FFFF to document “as many stories as possible.”
“We are pivoting everything that we are doing to wake up the sheep—and I don’t mean that as a derogatory term,” Clover said. “The sheep are the people who just don’t know, and the wolves are those who don’t want to know and are fighting to keep others from knowing.”
Their story of administrative wolves circling a federally reimbursed COVID-19 death is one of many that have surfaced in the last two years, leaving those who have lost loved ones in hospitals to question whether they died of COVID-19 complications or the protocols used to treat the disease.
‘They Could Not Think Outside the Prescribed Protocol’
“Every day, I would just describe it as having to increase or escalate the efforts that we’re putting forward to—number one—be heard by the hospital; number two, ask questions and have straightforward answers; and number three, when we decided on having a different treatment plan, just to have any kind of reasonable hearing at all,” Jodi told The Epoch Times.
Staff shut down discussions about the potential use of ivermectin and other treatments recommended by the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care (FLCCC) Alliance, Jodi said.