More Bored ‘First Responders’ Dance for Social Media with Hospitals Empty and No Work to Do
Big League Politics has reported on the phenomenon of so-called “first responders” in hospitals twerking, performing coordinated dance routines, and producing social media content while on the job during the coronavirus pandemic.
While wall-to-wall propaganda constantly deifies health care professionals as committing some kind of heroic sacrifice, the scenes inside of hospitals nationwide show them bored and having no work to do as hospitals lay off employees nationwide.
With the doomsday predictions from the globalist “experts” now proven to be false, medical workers have a great deal of free time on their hands as they sit around in empty hospitals. A new crop of videos have emerged of first responders getting creative to fight the boredom with the coronavirus pandemic not living up to the hype.
A diverse group of ladies decided to get their twerk on while cleaning down some medical equipment:
One first responder, desperate for the male gaze, performed a sexualized pole dance in a mask for some TikTok clicks:
Other health care workers recreated a scene from the movie Titanic to impress onlookers on social media:
I am in hospital now.
I have just been diagnosed with covid19.
Waiting to go into intensive care and be put on a ventilator.
Just waiting for the doctors and nurses to row their imaginary, Titanic, stretcher to my room.
Wish me luck pic.twitter.com/ithGId5diD
— Nick (@Nick12734349) April 24, 2020
The COVID tents are such a ghost town that the medical workers have time to do a little dance routine:
Two “queer” nurses performed a particularly flamboyant and revolting dance while completely ignoring social distancing guidelines:
This isn't social distancing. https://t.co/rjwwVZvdzi
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) April 25, 2020
Some other health care professionals brought a latin flavor to their TikiTok dance video:
Other medical workers played dress up and did a fashion show of sorts while masquerading as the virus:
A couple of women did a mock-parkour routine in the hospital, rubbing themselves all over the germ-infested hospital facility to get clicks on social media:
Some narcissistic and blasphemous “First Responders” actually had the nerve to compare themselves to Jesus and his disciples and spoof Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of the Last Supper:
If you’re wondering what this is—it’s a photo of doctors and nurses imitating Jesus’ last supper, because apparently their sacrifices during #coronavirus are comparable.
This is about as nauseating as it is sacrilegious.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) April 26, 2020
The extreme tone-deaf narcissism of these “first responders” drives a stake through the heart of the establishment’s fear narrative. It is time to get America back to work so medical personnel will have something to do during the work day besides whore themselves for social media adulation.