WTF: Boris Johnson Emerges From ICU Praising Immigrant Nurses for Socialized Healthcare

After being stricken with coronavirus and considered in critical condition for days, United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson emerged from the hospital after a stay in the intensive care unit.

The Tory leader came out of the infirmary singing the praises of the country’s National Health System (NHS) and the immigrants who are instrumental in its implementation.

“The reason, in the end, my body did start to get enough oxygen was because, for every second of the night, they were watching and they were thinking and they were caring and making the interventions I needed,” Johnson said in an address to the nation on Sunday.

“So that is also how I know, that across this country, 24 hours a day, for every second, for every hour, there are hundreds of thousands of NHS staff who are acting with the same care and thought and precision as Jenny and Luis,” he added.

Johnson was particularly effusive in heaping praise toward the immigrant doctors who treated him while he was in the ICU. It does not appear that Johnson will be pushing back against mass immigration and socialism throughout the Brexit process if his sentiments are any indicator.

“I will never, ever be able to repay you and I will never stop thanking you,” Johnson said. He also called Britain’s socialized healthcare model “unconquerable” and “the beating heart of this country.”

Jill Rutter, a senior fellow at the Institute for Government in London, noted that Johnson’s response will likely be used to paper over the NHS and strengthen their bureaucratic power in the years moving forward.

“That video yesterday — everyone says that is Boris like they’ve never seen him before championing the NHS,’’ Rutter said. “He would pay a massive political price for hypocrisy if he appeared to be doing anything that suggests skepticism about the NHS or its performance after that speech.’’

Despite Johnson’s praise of the NHS and the immigrants the socialist healthcare system relies upon to function, there are tremendous scandals associated with foreigners dominating medicine in Britain:

Multiculturalism continues to cause serious problems in the United Kingdom, as newly-released figures show that doctors of foreign origin are responsible for 60 percent of proven sexual assaults perpetrated by doctors on their patients in the country.

Although they only make up a third of National Health Service (NHS) medics, foreign-trained doctors were responsible for 23 of 38 confirmed incidents of predatory behavior including crimes such as sexual assault, indecent behavior, and rape. The NHS had announced they were aiming for fewer minorities as staffers, which initiated a politically correct backlash and disciplinary hearings.

Britain currently employs 95,000 doctors who are classified as being from black and minority ethnic backgrounds (BME). They are more than twice as likely to be reprimanded than their native counterparts. The elevated rates of condemnations among BME are consistent in other professions, such as nurses, as well.

Diversity officers in the NHS want to make it harder for these offenders to be held accountable, as they would prefer to gloss over the problem rather than address it.

“It is not acceptable that if you come from some backgrounds, you are more likely to enter the formal disciplinary process, stay in it longer and have more career-limiting outcomes. We must change this and quickly,” said NHS chief people officer Prerana Issar, who got her start at the globalist United Nations.

It appears that Johnson’s health scare has caused him to go soft on globalism during a time in which strong right-wing leadership is needed more than ever.

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