This is incorrect. It's entirely possible that she was transferred to another facility that specializes with dealing with hospice patients. By another hospital they could have meant a hospice facility/nursing home/sub acute care hospital or some place like that. It's not like she was crashing like having cardiac arrest right then and there at the hospital and things need to be done right away. If prognosis is poor and people are dying slowly, they can absolutely be transferred to another facility which specializes in hospice, rather than keeping the patient in an acute care hospital bed which could be filled with someone else and less comfortable for the dying person.What I find odd is that they said she started going into organ failure and they MOVED her to another hospital? I'm not buying into the conspiracy theories but when someone is crashing, you don't move them somewhere else until they are stabilized. That's Medicine 101. Just like if you are in an ambulance and need urgent, immediate care, they don't take you to the hospital of your choice, they take you to the closest hospital. Once you're stabilized then they can move you to the hospital of your choice.