April 6, 2020
It makes total sense that tens of thousands of medical workers would be laid off in the middle of a global pandemic! Total sense!
The government and the media are telling us that we are in the middle of a supposed virus apocalypse. If this is really the case, why are medical workers being laid off in large numbers across the country?
Tens of thousands of medical workers across the United States are suddenly out of work as operating rooms and doctor’s offices go dark, casualties of urgent calls to prioritize coronavirus patients at overwhelmed hospitals and of the economic waves the crisis is churning.
Even as hospitals scrounge for professionals from the industry to treat the burgeoning numbers of people with COVID-19, others are on the sidelines as elective procedures, diagnostics and appointments are canceled or postponed.
For instance, many nurse anesthetists in Pennsylvania have been laid off, even though they are particularly critical to the coronavirus response because they can help intubate patients and manage them on ventilators.
“I certainly never thought there would be a day as a nurse that I would be filing for unemployment, so it’s quite surreal for all of us,” said Jess Poole, a nurse anesthetist who, until a couple weeks ago, worked for an anesthesia practice in the Pittsburgh area.
Big-city physician and specialist groups, tiny independent hospitals from Oregon to Connecticut, and big multistate hospital systems such as Steward Health Care are seeing big dropoffs in revenue and laying off or furloughing hundreds of workers.
They’re trying to say that the layoffs are due to elective procedures being rescheduled because of the coronavirus outbreak. But why aren’t these same people dealing with this alleged influx of coronavirus patients we are being told about? If we were in a real crisis, we would have an all hands on deck type of situation where all these medical workers would be helping to test and treat the flood of coronavirus patients coming into hospitals. They certainly wouldn’t be short on work, let alone fired from their jobs.
This proves that the healthcare system is not being overwhelmed by victims of this alleged doomsday virus. It also correlates with all the people on social media who are describing how their local hospitals are mostly empty.
And remember the big Navy ship that was sent to help New York City with their allegedly collapsing hospital system? The ship has only taken in 40 patients!
#UPDATE Nearly 40 patients have been transferred to USNS Comfort since it began taking patients on board, but a NAVY Spokeswoman could not provide the number of patients currently on board – says it fluctuates too often @CBSNewYork https://t.co/tK4ygRPOd4
— Alice Gainer (@GainerTV) April 5, 2020
It’s becoming more and more obvious that the mass hysteria generated over the coronavirus is a media-driven event based off of outright lies. The people promoting this hysteria have been responsible for causing a panic which has plunged this country into an economic depression. It’s honestly hard to fathom the number of lives that are going to be lost and ruined as a result of the economic destruction that we will see from this panic-induced madness.