On Oct. 13, 2021, at 7:27 pm, beautiful Grace Schara—an inquisitive young woman with Down-Syndrome—died a tragic and preventable death at a Wisconsin hospital. Rather than using treatments proven to combat COVID-19, Ascension’s St. Elizabeth’s Hospital followed the U.S. government’s ineffective COVID-19 treatment protocols, for which they reap significant financial rewards. On the final day of Grace’s life, as her doctor assured her parents she was doing well, Dr. Gavin Shokar also “unilaterally labeled Grace a DNR and ordered a lethal combination of IV sedatives and narcotics”—a fatal combination of the drugs Precedex, Lorazepam, and Morphine—which were administered over an incredibly short period of time. Notably, all three drugs are manufactured by mRNA “vaccine” maker and pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.
Who Was Grace Schara?
Grace Schara was full of love. Properly describing the magical impact Grace had on every life she touched—especially her mom, dad, and sister—would require more space than this. Her family and all those who knew and loved Grace were clearly blessed to have her in their lives for 19 years. Besides bringing an incredible amount of joy everywhere she went, Grace could read and write, drive a car, ride a horse, play the violin, and drive her riding lawnmower, and so much more. Truly, Grace loved absolutely everything about the life she was living. UncoverDC spoke at length with Scott Schara, Grace’s father, about the tragic and immoral circumstances leading up to his daughter’s death. Describing Grace, Scott recently wrote:
“Grace was our bright, beautiful, fun-loving 19-year-old daughter with Down Syndrome. Her precious life was taken from us at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin, on Oct. 13, 2021. She was an angel who loved her Lord and Savior, Jesus. Everyone knew Grace. I was known only as ‘Grace’s dad.’ She had a sense of her Heavenly Father that very few people ever have. She called me her ‘Earthly dad.’ Who does that?”’
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Author: Dr. Paul Alexander
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