(Tea Party 247) – A woman who claims to be a registered nurse, i.e., someone with a professional dedication to keeping people alive, recently attacked a Trump supporter on Twitter by implying she’d deprive him of life-saving treatment were he admitted into her Emergency Room.
Let’s pray she’s lying about being a nurse.
The man she hurled her heartless attack at was named George S. Martan, whose obviously very lovely and considerate wife had made a “Trump 2020” mask for so he could show his support for President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign and be protected out in public.
He posted a picture of the mask, which is wife had embroidered.
“My wife sewed this face mask today to protect me from the Wuhan Virus and show support for President Trump,” he wrote.
“I’ll see you in ER. Please wear your mask so when we have to decide who gets the vent, it’ll be easier. Thanks,” Erika Waters wrote in reply to the man’s photo.
Her Twitter bio describes her as a registered nurse practitioner.
Unsurprisingly, her bio hashtags also display decided left-wing views, such as #Resist, #GunReform and #BLM (i.e. Black Lives Matter).
Thankfully, because there is decency in the world, she was piled on by Twitter users who pointed out that she is a god-awful human being.
“Medical homicide via negligence is the third leading cause of death in the United States,” one user noted.
More people are likely to die under your care than anything else. Medical homicide via negligence is the third leading cause of death in the United States. You’ve now shown the world why that is. pic.twitter.com/0NHptCWveL
— Melissa (@mhealananda) April 7, 2020
Others quite appropriately tagged the Florida medical board to draw attention to her threat, and one Twitter user noted, “Hope your medical malpractice carrier doesn’t see this.”
Let’s hope they do.
Waters later claimed that some had targeted another nurse with the same name, noting “Your conduct is just as horrid as mine while you are doxxing every nurse named Erika Waters.”
Um, not so much. Mistakenly doxxing the wrong nurse is tragic, but it doesn’t compare to threatening to deprive someone of treatment based on who they vote for.
She did, to her ever-so-slight credit, apologize to Martan, writing, “I was not thinking, obviously, when I suggested you wear your mask into the ER where I work. I can’t explain why I tweeted that and hope you’ll forgive me but understand if you don’t.”
Well at least she’s smart enough to recognize that publically making such awful comments isn’t that great of an idea.