Are Health care workers lazy? Linkedin Article Reveals – 1. You should be scared.

Are Health care workers lazy? Linkedin Article Reveals – 1. You should be scared.

This should scare you more than the virus. The article really does reveal 1 of 4 things about this country.

So, I came into Linkedin to post and I saw the Headline under Linkedin News: Pandemic threatens rural health care. You should check it out… I’ll put the link at the bottom. But, more importantly, I’d like you to think about the horrible implications of the truth. And it isn’t what you think.

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If America cannot handle this… what does it mean? That is what a certain political side wants you to have, front and center in your mind. At all times.

Click on the article to the left to read the original and see the comments.

I’m gonna break down the number of covid deaths and show you something.

Please understand, it is very important for “The Cause” that social media continuously controls your thinking on the topic of your health. This is social engineering.

America is screwed if we can’t handle this. And I am going to show you exactly why, right now, ten months into this supposed pandemic, it’s more about laziness than ability, facility, and equipment. Right now. Ten months into this thing. Like Mr. Sleepy says, “C’mon man.”

200k dead in 10 months is nothing. And the fear of that… the fear of a virus that kills point zero-some-odd percent, comes from the same place inside people that causes the NBA to have cut-out fans in the stands. The need to wear a mask in a car. On a beach. Or hiking in the woods.

The article really does reveal 1 of 4 things about this country.

1. You should be scared.

2. Healthcare needs overhauling,.

3. THEY ARE LAZY. – Yeah, I said it.

And 4. Or, it’s all a hoax. Not the virus, but our response to it.

Let’s look at this. 210k deaths divided by 50 states – and I know there are harder hit places than others. So, that’s 4200 deaths per state. That is a small number. And watch this… 4200 deaths over 10 months is 420 deaths per month in each state. Now, let’s take an average month of 30 days… that is 14 deaths a day. Now compare that to a rural state like Nebraska. 14 out of 1.934 million (2019) … these people shut an economy down for this.

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14 die a day. 10 months later. 14 days to flatten the curve?

So now that the numbers are explained… which one of those 4 horrors are true? Look at them?

1. You should be scared.

2. Healthcare needs overhauling,.

3. THEY ARE LAZY. – Yeah, I said it.

And 4. Or, it’s all a hoax. Not the virus, but our response to it.

I’m going with number three. Those nurses and emergency workers aren’t sitting around much anymore, are they? And this is alarming. All the ventilators needed were provided. All the PPE needed was provided. Yet, they still complain.

Wasn’t it like $30k per-covid patient, that each hospital received for the care of a covid patient? Weren’t the numbers blown way out of proportion in the 1st few months?

Before you start to correct me… shut-up you Bidenite. Take your socialist gruel somewhere else. You are un-American “GET OFF MY LAWN.”

If we are afraid of this virus… we as a nation are doomed. And if people don’t learn how to work hard again…. we are also doomed.

How long have we been dealing with this virus? Since January? At the beginning, it seemed crazy. Yet people showed us images of empty emergency rooms. Remember the fake hospital room images? The healthcare system did that.

A nurse has to work like a laborer now, while getting paid three times what the laborer makes… it is laziness. It is snowflake-ism.

Imagine if a severe pandemic struck. What is in store for a country who’s law enforcement, health care workers, and soldiers were all raised on CNN, video games, and social media? Parents… this is our fault.

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Here’s the article. It’s one paragraph with a lot of responses.

2 thoughts on “Are Health care workers lazy? Linkedin Article Reveals – 1. You should be scared.

  1. It is a common thing today to be viewed in light of what you are suffering. for many, this is where their virtue is. it has gotten so bad that people are using their children to express their suffering virtue; they suffer by proxy. (sorry, but it is by majority a female thing) when you do not really have suffering you must make something up. “They expected me to do work” is a common one. The younger ones in our society expect to be paid because it is owed to them, not because they did something to earn it. So, when this “pandemic” comes along it is suffering made to order for the medical community, and they get more money for it.

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