(Tea Party 247) – Liberals have truly become ruthless, evil, and downright violent — both in a verbal sense as well as a physical sense — over the last decade or so, especially during President Trump’s first term.
We’ve seen folks join up with radical leftist group Antifa and throw cement “milkshakes” at Trump supporters, get into fist fights, and all sorts of violent acts. Which is kind of ironic because aren’t these people supposed to be the bastions of tolerance for people different than them? Kind of seems like they are the opposite, doesn’t it?
The madness against Trump and his supporters has been spreading to the upper echelon of society as a hospital executive got booted from her job after saying that those who support the president should infect each other with coronavirus.
Gee, what a lovely person.
Here’s more from Gateway Pundit:
New York – Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center fired a top executive for suggesting in Facebook comments that Trump supporters should infect each other with the Coronavirus.
Laura Krolczyk, the VP for external affairs at the cancer facility was fired after GOP operative and former Trump campaign official Michael Caputo posted her exchange with Lisa LaTrovato, the center’s director of development to his Twitter account and called for his followers to call the cancer center and report the two.
The whole mess started when Krolcyzk shared a link to an article published on The Hill that focused on the Trump administration’s reluctance to drop $1 billion to General Motors for the production of ventilators.
Krolcyzk posted the link along with the caption: “Vote Trump.”
LaTrovato then replied with: “But will waste more than that on a wall and space force.”
Krolczyk responded: “Trump supporters need to pledge to give up their ventilators for someone else … and not go to the hospital.”
LaTrovato replied: “I think they should be the only ones in packed churches on Sunday.”
Krolczyk said: “They should barricade themselves in there and ride this out.”
LaTrovato replied: “Yup.”
A rather shocked individual on Facebook stumbled across the exchange and said, “Wow, just wow, so you’re saying we decide who lives and dies based on political views? Great plan.”
It’s a rather good point, isn’t it? Is it only the doctors in the medical industry who take oaths to uphold life or something? Do these executives not understand that their business goes swirly down the toilet if they don’t save people? What is wrong with these folks?
Krolczyk responded: “That’s literally what he’s saying. Take your ‘wow’ and comprehend what your hero is saying. Your hero is saying YOU don’t need a ventilator. So don’t take one.”
Krolczyk added: “Also don’t cash your stimulus check. It’s all a hoax. Chew some ibuprofen and be on with your day.”
Why are your senior executives advocating this sick strategy online? For the love of God, you both exist to fight disease!
CALL THEM NOW!
Roswell: 716-845-2300 pic.twitter.com/Xz6cyp85HF
— Read/Watch The Ukraine Hoax! 🇺🇸🇺🇦 (@MichaelRCaputo) March 27, 2020
At first, Krolcyzk was placed on administrative leave after the comments became public knowledge. However, after further investigation she was terminated from her position, a punishment she thoroughly deserved.
The Buffalo News reported:
Laura Krolczyk, Roswell Park’s vice president for external affairs, was initially placed on administrative leave from her position but was fired following the conclusion of an investigation into her remarks, spokeswoman Annie Deck-Miller confirmed Saturday.
Hauptman Woodward Medical Research Institute has placed Lisa LaTrovato, its director of development, on leave for her comments in the Facebook exchange with Krolczyk, the institute told The Buffalo News.
Even in 2020, people still haven’t grasped the fact that what you say on social media can have an impact on their offline life, despite the millions of stories of folks being fired due to uncouth comments left on Facebook and Twitter.
Sure, we have freedom of speech, but that only means the government can’t come along and silence you and your opinion. It doesn’t mean your words won’t have social consequences. Perhaps these executives should have thought long and hard about what they said about allowing people to die based on their political beliefs. It’s kind of bad for business.