Audio of Lloyd Austin’s 911 call makes his AWOL scandal even worse – why weren’t Americans told about his serious medical condition? – NaturalNews.com
Written by GRB on 21/01/2024
Audio of Lloyd Austin’s 911 call makes his AWOL scandal even worse – why weren’t Americans told about his serious medical condition?
From the very beginning, U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin tried to hide his prostate cancer diagnosis from all of America, including others within the Biden regime, newly released 911 audio has revealed.
During the 911 call when Austin’s people were arranging transportation to the hospital after he suffered complications from a pre-Christmas surgery, they attempted to hide the whole matter from the public.
A Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request shows that the Austin aide who placed the call asked that emergency responders remain “subtle” about the situation.
“Can I ask – can the ambulance not show up with lights and sirens?” the aide asked dispatchers during the January 1 call. “Um, we’re trying to remain a little subtle.”
The 911 operator responded that while ambulances are required to run their sirens and flash their lights while driving on main thoroughfares, “usually when they turn into a residential neighborhood, they’ll turn them off.”
(Related: Check out our earlier coverage about the Lloyd Austin scandal to learn more.)
Should Lloyd Austin resign over his deception and health condition?
The call audio also contains additional information about Austin’s true condition at the time of the call, which America was initially told simply involved an “elective procedure,” which falsely implied a minor medical treatment.
Austin was apparently not suffering from any chest pain at the time of the call, nor did he pass out or feel as though he was going to pass out, according to the aide who placed the call.
“It is not clear who asked the aide to request the ambulance dispatchers attempt to fly under the radar, or if the aide acted of his own accord,” The Daily Beast reported, further noting that the 911 call audio “suggests that the effort to keep his ailment secret was well-known among his close aides.”
Austin, who is 70, underwent a prostatectomy on December 22. President Biden did not find out about the procedure, or Austin’s cancer diagnosis, until January 9, according to reports.
That very same day, the Pentagon decided to announce publicly what was going on, long after the diagnosis and surgery occurred.
“On December 22, 2023, after consultation with his medical team, [Austin] was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and underwent a minimally invasive surgical procedure called a prostatectomy to treat and cure prostate cancer,” reads a statement from the Department of Defense (DoD).
“He was under general anesthesia during this procedure. Secretary Austin recovered uneventfully from his surgery and returned home the next morning. His prostate cancer was detected early, and his prognosis is excellent.”
On New Year’s Day, Austin was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center with complications from the prior procedure. These complications included nausea with severe abdominal, hip and leg pain, as well as a urinary tract infection.
“On January 2, the decision was made to transfer him to the ICU for close monitoring and a higher level of care,” the DoD further revealed. “Further evaluation revealed abdominal fluid collections impairing the function of his small intestines. This resulted in the back up of his intestinal contents which was treated by placing a tube through his nose to drain his stomach.”
“The abdominal fluid collections were drained by non-surgical drain placement. He has progressed steadily throughout his stay. His infection has cleared. He continues to make progress and we anticipate a full recovery although this can be a slow process. During this stay, Secretary Austin never lost consciousness and never underwent general anesthesia.”
Many are now asking the question: Should Austin resign over the scandal and his health condition?
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