Grace Schara, who had high functioning Down syndrome, is lovingly remembered by Scott, whom she called her "earthly dad." She drove a car, played violin, and enjoyed school dances before she came down with COVID-19 in 2021. Her condition got serious enough that her dad took her to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton, Wisconsin.
"We knew we didn't want her on a ventilator, because a ventilator's the kiss of death with COVID," Schara says. " When you look at the numbers, that is about a $300,000 payday to the hospital."
But when the hospital could not convince him to put Grace on the vent, the doctor put a "do not resuscitate" order on her chart and loaded her down with a lethal dose of painkillers. Grace died on October 13, 2021.
According to Schara, his daughter's death was part of an evil scheme that is reminiscent of Nazi Germany or something eugenicist Margaret Sanger would be proud of.
"They're wanting to reduce our population, and those people are not contributing members of society," he poses. "That's the euthanasia agenda."
Schara, whose research is available at OurAmazingGrace.net, adds that the pandemic may end, but the killing will not.
"This has nothing to do with COVID," he asserts. "After they declare COVID is over, there will be something behind it."
St. Elizabeth Hospital has not issued a comment.