In the latter part of the COVID pandemic, when the federal government began to roll out various vaccine mandates, a situation arose.
On the one hand, the country was sold the idea of needing to lock everything down, because the hospital system was understaffed and on the brink of collapse. But, on the other hand, the federal government rolled out vaccine mandates to almost everyone who worked in a hospital—which saw something like 10 percent of the staff forced out of their jobs because they refused to take the shot.
Unfortunately, there were hospitals and medical centers for which this was the straw that broke the camel’s back. They shut down because, on top of everything else, they just couldn’t deal with 10 percent of their staff members leaving over the mandates. Furthermore, even outside of COVID, over the past 20 years, more than 200 hospitals across the nation have closed down—with another 600 hundred hospitals (mostly in rural areas) currently in financial distress and on the brink of closing within the next few years.
And so, it was exactly this situation that sparked a full-length investigation, which ultimately culminated in a film called “Flatline: America’s Hospital Crisis.”

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