MERIWETHER COUNTY, GA – Controversial Dr. Carrie Madej, an osteopathic physician who has been known for espousing numerous theories said to be conspiracies on subjects ranging from social credit systems, depopulation programs, a ‘New World Order’ and criticism of ‘nanotechnology in COVID-19 vaccines’, has been involved in a mysterious airplane crash on Sunday, June 29 – just days after saying it is a miracle she is still alive.
I will never have a normal job but that’s OK, because I will never have anyone own what I say; they cannot own what is in my mind, they will not tell me what to do, ever. And every day that I live I am like that. And so, because I am like that, and I try to be a messenger for God as best I can, I’m human, but I try my best, I mean, I’m still standing and I’m still here, and that’s a miracle, because of all the things I’ve been through so that’s a testament right there. So I will be here speaking and doing my best until God says it’s time.
According to reports, Madej and her boyfriend Bill had been flying in a single-engine Piper PA-24 on Sunday when the plane reportedly experienced engine trouble and crashed in a field at approximately 2:15 p.m. just north of Roosevelt Memorial Airport in Warm Springs, a city located in Meriwether County, Georgia.
Madej and her boyfriend reportedly survived the crash and were transported to a local area hospital, both in serious condition. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is still investigating the incident.
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Following an outpouring of concern, an official statement was posted on CarrieMadej.com yesterday saying she is safe and healing.
Out of our love and respect for Dr. Madej, and her loved ones, we have chosen not to publish information appearing on websites, and information she did not consent to for sharing. We also want to be mindful of giving them space and time to heal, as we would to anyone recovering from such a traumatic experience. We also understand the outpouring of concern. However, please rest assured that she is safe, is surrounded by a supportive circle, and is healing as well as can be expected.
An unofficial and yet unconfirmed social media report details the trouble the aircraft and flight may have experienced. Again, the image cited is an unconfirmed post from two different unverified accounts.
Before giving up medicine and devoting her time to “educating others on vaccines, nanotechnology and human rights,” Madej’s osteopathy practice – a type of alternative medicine that emphasizes physical manipulation of the body’s muscle tissue and bones – had received universally rave reviews from her patients.
However, Madej had since become a polarizing figure in fringe media, known for promoting numerous conspiracy theories including bathing in a concoction of baking soda, epsom salts and borax after being vaccinated for COVID-19 in order to remove the “radiation,” pull out the “poison,” and “take nanotechnologies out of you.”
In her final interview before her death, Madej had “revealed connections between the Metaverse, COVID jabs, and the depopulation agenda of the New World Order,” according to the journalist who had spoken with her, JD Rucker. Rucker also claimed that after the interview, Madej cancelled all future speaking engagements and interviews due to being under investigation by “various medical boards.”
Madej’s most recent interview with Rucker is here and embedded below.