As many are calling for the arrest of TikTok nurses, the sluts and homos who are claiming to be “heroes” as they post choreographed dance videos on TikTok from their empty hospitals, one person is claiming that we should be funneling extra money to this scum of the earth.
Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah on Friday proposed a temporary pay raise for essential workers who are working during the coronavirus pandemic.
Called “Patriot Pay,” the plan would institute a temporary bonus of up to $12 per hour in May, June and July for a total of $1,920 per month.
The plan goes on to outline: “One-quarter of this bonus would be paid by their employer, and three-quarters would be paid by the federal government, funded by a refundable payroll tax credit.”
“Health care professionals, grocery store workers, food processors, and many others—the unsung patriots on the frontline of this pandemic—every day risk their safety for the health and well-being of our country, and they deserve our unwavering support,” Romney said in a press release.
Grocery workers I do not have a problem with. They get to work, which is good for them, but they are not harming the rest of the country. I don’t think they should get extra money, because why should they? If the government has extra money lying around, they need to give it to all the people who were put out of work.
But healthcare workers are at the center of this, not Walmart people. Suggesting that this filth deserves extra money is beyond the pale. These shifty weasels have gone out and protested against normal Americans, saying that they need to stay locked in their home not working so that healthcare workers can go to the hospital and not work, and instead dance – while getting paid.
This demand by Mitt Romney to give them extra money comes after the Thursday release of the newest viral nurse TikTok video, which features these people dancing with a bodybag with “Covid-19” written on it.
The bodybag has someone in it, though it is not clear if it is a corpse. The video is believed to have been filmed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, which I understand is a part of the United States. Why does not one politician introduce a bill to arrest these TikTok nurses?
The people have counter-protested the nurses calling for an infinite lockdown, and the voice of the people wants them in prison for these acts.
Healthcare workers are involved in a conspiracy against America (and Britain, and presumably other countries) to prevent us from working so they can dance and also be praised as heroes for doing literally nothing, and they should be forced to suffer immensely.
Shame, Mitt Romney.