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HHS Whistleblower Jodi O'Malley Cleared of All Wrongdoing by Arizona Board of Nursing

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Key Points

  • Project Veritas HHS Whistleblower Jodi O’Malley was cleared of all wrongdoing stemming from last year’s undercover videos which showed several coworkers speaking about how the hospital was handling reports of adverse effects of the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • In a hearing on Wednesday, the Arizona Board of Nursing voted against taking punitive action against Ms. O’Malley for her blowing the whistle on HHS’ handling of reports of adverse effects of the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • O’Malley, whose nursing license remains active and in good standing, called the vote a “ginormous win” for nurses around the country, adding that “our duty is first and foremost to our patients.”

[PHOENIX, AZ – Mar. 30, 2022] Project Veritas HHS whistleblower Jodi O’Malley was cleared of all wrongdoing in a vote held Wednesday by the Arizona Board of Nursing. O’Malley’s attorney Mike Yoder announced the news Wednesday on Twitter adding that her “license remains active and in good standing.”

O’Malley, who served as a nurse for the Department of Health and Human Services previously came to Project Veritas in September of 2021 to blow the whistle on the agency’s handling of reports of adverse effects from the COVID-19 vaccine. Her colleague Dr. Maria Gonzales, an ER Doctor with HHS was recorded discussing the uptick in myocarditis cases and how government continues to “shove it under the mat.”

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When reached for comment, O’Malley called the vote “a ginormous win” for nurses, which she said are “the heart of the healthcare system.”

O’Malley also added a message to others who may be in her position:

The ethical principles and oath we took as nurses should always be upheld even in a “pandemic”. Don’t ever be afraid to “Be Brave and Do Something.” Our duty is first and foremost to our patients. Stop giving into coercion.

Her attorney Mike Yoder praised O’Malley for integrity:

Jodi’s unwavering commitments to protecting her patients and preserving integrity in the medical profession are beyond compare. The work Project Veritas puts out not only embodies the highest ethical standards of journalism, but it fosters relationships with hardworking Americans who likewise, value doing what’s right over doing what’s easy. While regrettable, we must start becoming comfortable with being uncomfortable and take action, not cower in fear. That fear of repercussions–whether justifiable or malicious–is what silences Americans every day.

Of course, this victory is especially important to Jodi; but it should also be a victory for all Americans. My hope is that more Americans who discover fraud or wrongdoing will realize that blowing the whistle is not an act of martyrism; it’s an act of loyalty to this nation and all individuals who suffer at the hands of corporate and government corruption. This case is proof that protections exist. You can do what’s right without losing everything. Speak out, be brave, protect others, and realize our future generations are relying on us.

About Project Veritas

Project Veritas is a non-profit investigative news organization conducting undercover reporting. Project Veritas investigates and exposes corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct in both public and private institutions to achieve a more ethical and transparent society. Project Veritas is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.