We are currently living in a time where everyone is offended. Always. At everything.
The new up and coming generation has been brainwashed into thinking that people are supposed to cater to whatever feelings they’re having that day.
Or whatever pronouns they decide to have.
With the emergence of hundreds of newly minted “genders,” it’s almost impossible to guess what someone may identify as – how are you supposed to know?
Most normal people generally refer to someone as a him or her. A he or a she. There are, after all, only two real genders. Male and female.
One fourth year medical student, attending Wake Forest University (WFU) – located in North Carolina, has assaulted a patient, because they dared to laugh at the use of pronouns.
The “offended” medical student, Kychelle Del Rosario, then went on to brag on social media, that she had intentionally missed the patient’s vein while drawing blood, because he laughed at her pronoun pin.
“I had a patient I was doing a blood draw on see my pronoun pin and loudly laugh to the staff, ‘she / her? Well of course it is! What other pronouns even are there? It?’ … I missed his vein so he had to get stuck twice,” Del Rosario wrote on Twitter.
It’s shocking that a student would assault a patient medically and commit medical malpractice, for chuckling at the ridiculous pin. Del Rosario has since deleted her “K. Del” account on Twitter.
The “Libs of Tik Tok” shared the tweet and it went viral and had a caption included about how Del Rosario “says she abused a patient because he laughed at her pronoun pin. She has since deleted her account.”
Wake Forest University responded by tweeting, “Thank you for bringing this to our attention,” posted to the official Wake Forest School of Medicine Twitter account.
“This student’s tweet does not reflect how Wake Forest University School of Medicine treats patients and provides patient care. We are taking measures to address this with the student.”
The school offered no apology, nor did it speak of any possible disciplinary action in regards to their student’s assault.
Del Rosario has a history of transgender activism and extremism and was more than upset when North Carolina passed a bathroom bill, banning biological males from female bathrooms.
“Policies like these have consequential impacts on the health of transgender people,” Del Rosario said, completely ignoring the impact on girls and women.
The medical student will soon be responsible for the lives of patients and the cruel display she has already shown, underpins why there should be strict guidelines around the mental health of future health care professionals and whether they are mentally stable enough to do their job.
Those working in the medical field, cannot let their own political beliefs determine how they treat a vulnerable patient. It is unethical.
Del Rosario also bragged that she will use her profession to push a transgender agenda and lectured that trans patients should be free from ill treatment – something she seems more than happy to dish out.
The school appears to be enabling Del Rosario, as they do nothing and continue to remain complacent. Perhaps the patient has a case to sue both Del Rosario and Wake Forest University.