Wake Forest University Stands with Med Student Who Boasted about Abusing a Patient for Their Political Views
Wake Forest University is standing by a fourth-year medical student who claimed to abuse a patient for not adequately respecting the transgender cult.
“I had a patient I was doing a blood draw on see my pronoun pin and loudly laugh to the staff, “She/Her? Well of course it is! What other pronouns even are there? It?'” Wake Forest medical student Kychelle Del Rosario wrote in a tweet.
“I missed his vein so he had to get stuck twice,” she added.
The original since-deleted tweet can be seen here:
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) March 29, 2022
Wake Forest University minimized the comment in their official response issued by their publicist.
“The actions described in this student’s social media post do not in any way reflect the quality of care and compassion that Wake Forest School of Medicine strives to provide our patients each and every day,” they wrote.
“We stand behind our values that include trust, excellence and a space where all belong, and we actively reinforce those values with learners and providers. While federal law does not permit us to share specific information, we are taking the proper measures to address this matter with the student, school leadership is involved,” they incoherently added.
The full response can be seen here:
Publicist at @wakeforestmed finally sends this. This statement is false. Federal law does not preclude Wake Forest from telling the public whether this doctor is seeing patients and whether she is still enrolled. THE DOCTOR BOASTED ABOUT MISTREATING A PATIENT B/C OF HIS POLITICS. pic.twitter.com/WtDYAwh2Td
— Gregg Re (@gregg_re) March 30, 2022
Big League Politics has reported on how woke-ism is resulting in the quality of medical care to be devastated as gender and race considerations take precedence over all else:
“A white male hospital patient allegedly suffering from COVID-19 has posted a shocking video of himself apparently being denied medical care because of his race.
“So I’m not going to be able to get it today because I don’t qualify?” the man asked the female person of color denying him medical care.
“But what if I smoke and vape I heard that was a…” he added.
“Uhh, no, negative,” the woman responded.
“Ok, but if I were black and hispanic then I would be able to qualify?” he asked.
“Yea,” she responded.
“So, I’m being denied medical service because of my race,” the man said incredulously.
“It’s the criteria, so what I do is go around and make sure everybody meet the criteria,” she said, adding that “research” justified this medical apartheid of sorts.
The video can be seen here:
As the Black Lives Matter revolution destroys civilization, there has been a great deal of scholarship produced about how physicians and the health care industry can stop so-called systemic racism. Unsurprisingly, the remedy always seems to involve punishing whites and denying them care.”
Medical Apartheid is coming through a dystopic hellscape in which health care will be denied based on wrongthink. Wake Forest’s lack of concern over the heinous unethical boast by their medical student shows that institutional power is driving this demonic push.