Medical records reveal interesting facts pointing to genocide
May was an exciting month for Our Amazing Grace’s Light Shines On, Inc. In addition to media interviews (alternative media, I should say, considering legacy media isn’t interested to report the truth) continuing, there were also opportunities to speak at a couple of churches, as well as special events in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Looking forward, we realized that to get the nonprofit side of things going, we needed to get an experienced person on board who can guide us in this very important endeavor. Grace’s impact will continue to live on through the foundation as she touches lives for years, and God-willing, decades to come.
After receiving nearly 950 additional pages of medical records, something very interesting and disturbing stood out in regards to several numbers found within a doctor’s report. Read on to find out more about these, and other topics below.
A Rally, Churches and More
The month started with a rally at the Capital in Madison put on by the Freedom Fighters of Central Wisconsin. The purpose of the event was to bring light to several issues plaguing Wisconsin, including election integrity (watch the documentary “2000 Mules” by Dinesh D’Souza for evidence of fraud in Wisconsin), attacks on medical freedom, and mandates (masks, vaccines). The Scharas were invited to tell Grace’s story so that others may be warned about what is happening in hospitals, and to provide an opportunity for repentance.
“The statistics are starting to come out relative to the genocide. Disabled women who went into the hospital with Covid were 11 times more likely to die in the hospital [than women without disabilities],” Scott Schara said during the rally. “This is just one of the many statistics you’ll see on Grace’s website that point me to genocide. But what we’re really after in all of this is repentance of the hospital, the doctor, and the nurse who did this to Grace. Will there be a justice phase in this? There could be justice. The best justice would be if they turned their hearts over in repentance because you don’t wish eternity in hell on your worst enemy.”
Sixty-seven percent of Down Syndrome babies are aborted in the United States. Those numbers are even more tragic in places like Iceland, where a report from 2017 indicated that 100 percent of babies who are diagnosed with Down Syndrome prenatally are killed. The genocide against the pre-born with Downs has been occurring since the prenatal tests were established at the beginning of this century. Doctors screen for Downs to present an abortion option to expectant mothers, spinning the killing of their child as a merciful act toward the baby and mother, whose life shouldn’t be “ruined” by a special needs baby. Playing God is nothing new for medical professionals, so we shouldn’t be surprised that they’ve gone a step further to eliminate the disabled from society in any manner possible, such as killing them in hospitals, under the guise of “care.”
It’s revelations such as these that were presented to two churches - Mercy Street Christian Church in Brookfield, Wisconsin; and Word of Life Ministries in Princeton, Minnesota. Those who profess faith in our Lord our God cannot possibly condone the killing of the unborn, let alone the eugenics or genocide of a particular kind of child. To think one knows more than the God who created everything and has His purposes for everything - even Grace’s death - is an abhorrent belief, absent of all holiness and righteousness.
Psalm 147:3-5 states, “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. He determines the number of the stars; he gives to all of them their names. Great is our Lord, and abundant in power; his understanding is beyond measure.”
Since God gives each star its name, and knows every strand of hair on your head (“Why, even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not; you are of more value than many sparrows.” Luke 12:7), surely He places value on the unborn Downs child whose life is just as valuable as yours or mine.
It’s important that believers come to realize that only the Lord above can give life and it’s not up to those who wear a white lab coat to make decisions on whose life is worthy or whose life should be ended because of a disability. Worship the Lord, not doctors.
On May 21 in Hopkins, Minnesota, an event hosted by our friends at Mask Off MN invited Scott, Kimberly Overton, Natalie Barnes (a Registered Nurse who is running for State Senate); and Marjorie Holsten, an attorney who has been fighting for medical freedom, to speak.
“The thing you recognize coming out of these speaking engagements with our partners is there’s a clear emphasis by the powers-that-be to promote deadly protocols while admonishing anyone who speaks out against them,” Scott said. “I understand what’s going through people’s minds in hearing some of the things we are saying because I was there myself before Grace died. I would have thought then that what we are saying now is ‘conspiracy theory,’ but please wake up to the reality that there is a conspiracy to eliminate the population (look into Agenda 21) and it starts by ridding the world of the elderly and disabled. They’re using hospitals and medical personnel to achieve their goals.”
8 Minutes, 29 Minutes, 7 Minutes, 36 Times
After receiving 948 additional pages of medical records (mind you, Scott originally requested ALL of Grace’s records) through the assistance of an attorney, revealing information was discovered. The “smoking gun” of the records show that Dr. Gavin Shokar, M.D., administered a maximum dose of the sedative Precedex (Grace didn’t medically need to be sedated) to Grace at 10:48 a.m. on her last day. At 10:56 - a mere eight minutes later - Shokar wrote the fateful DNR order on her. Why the rush to write a DNR unless you think the patient will die? It’s clear that he believed Grace would be taken out by Precedex, so Shokar rushed to create the DNR to ensure she would not be resuscitated.
But Grace was a fighter. Her will to live and love her family was greater than the effects of Precedex on her body. She was unconscious, but survived the attack. Next, Shokar ordered Lorazepam - an anti-anxiety med - that was administered to her three times over the next six-and-a-half hours. In the span of 29 minutes, starting at 5:46 p.m., Grace received two more doses of Lorazepam (Grace was still knocked out from Precedex during this time, so why the anti-anxiety drug was given at all makes no sense), followed by a Morphine push (not a drip) at 6:15 p.m. that would cause her to take her final breath.
An hour and five minutes later, at 7:20 p.m., Grace’s body began to fail. For the next seven minutes, Jessica (Grace’s sister), who was in the room with Grace, was begging medical personnel to help while Scott and Cindy were on FaceTime with Jessica shouting at the staff to help their daughter. Because of the DNR, no one helped. The DNR that wasn’t authorized. The DNR that should have been ignored by their verbal commands. The DNR that wasn’t matched with a bracelet on Grace’s wrist. The DNR that Shokar covertly wrote under his own volition. At 7:27, Grace died.
What else presented itself within the 22 doctors’ reports in Grace’s medical records was the fact they referenced Grace had Down Syndrome 36 times. This is odd because whether a person has Downs or not shouldn’t matter in terms of medical care. Why mention it so often? Equally disturbing is referencing the family’s Christian belief three times, Grace being unvaccinated six times, and the family following “the Frontline Doctors misinformation campaign” four times. Where’s the science in all of this?
When you try to wrap your head around everything that occurred on Grace’s last day, it’s almost too difficult to imagine the plan in place to ensure her death. From Shokar ordering the contraindicated meds, to the warnings (hospitals have systems in place to warn of contraindication) being overridden by another doctor, and signed off by a pharmacist, to meds being administered by a 14-year ICU nurse in Hollee McInnis who should have known better. St. Elizabeth’s Hospital (Ascension) has a network of unethical, uncaring, and downright evil medical personnel working its rooms who continue to not only be employed there, but supported as heroes.
Some Good News
We have established a nonprofit in Grace’s honor to show others her big heart full that swelled with love for everyone. We realized the necessity to get this launched in a successful matter, so we are proud to announce our partnership with Alicia Mattingly of Mattingly Marketing out of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Alicia brings a wealth of experience in the nonprofit world to our team and we are excited to work together to bring joy to many children through the form of funding their needs.
In one of Alicia’s first duties, she will be developing our foundation’s website. We want the website to be a place of hope and assistance, and to make things easy to find for both those who want to donate, as well as those who want to apply for grants. We feel incredibly blessed to be in the position to help others, thereby keeping Grace’s spirit alive and amongst us. We hope to have this available by the time the next newsletter is released.
Schara Family Zoom Conference Call
If you’ve not yet heard Grace’s story, or know people who haven’t, please send them to our website to register for a Zoom call on June 7. If you’re familiar with the story but want to ask us questions, please join the call and encourage your local media representatives to join us.
We can only take 100 registrants this first time around, so sign up early as slots are taken in the order received. The Schara family looks forward to meeting with you then.
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