Americans Fume Over Update About Woke Medical Student That Bragging About Hurting Conservative Patient

There’s been an update in the case of a medical student that bragged online about hurting conservative because of her pronoun pin.

Recently we reported about a North Carolina medical student is in hot water after she was caught bragging about deliberately injuring a patient who made a comment about her pronoun badge.

“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,” Kychelle Del Rosario tweeted Tuesday.

 

One of Del Rosario’s classmates tried to defend her when the post went viral after it was discovered by the liberal watchdog account Libs of Tik Tok.

“Heard this story firsthand weeks ago and seems like people are misinterpreting (understandably from the phrasing). To clarify, the missed stick was COMPLETELY an accident and just seemed ‘karma-tic.’ She is a kind and professional and would never harm anyone intentionally.”

Wake Forest School of Medicine has responded to the controversy however, lied.

Del Rosario appears to be a left-wing medical activist and wrote a paper against Bathroom bills that would require people to use their biological genders when visiting public restrooms.

The woke medical student is also a leader of a far-left medical woke organization called Safe Zone in Medicine.

From the Dailymail:

She also shared how she was a leader for Safe Zone in Medicine, which she explained as being ‘an organization run by health care trainees whose goal is to educate health professionals about the needs and disparities in LGBTQ+ healthcare.’

This role prepares me to become a trustworthy doctor and advocate for the transgender community—a population which the medical field has harmed greatly in the past,’ she wrote in the March 2021 essay urging the Senate to protect trans health. “It also allows me to train other health care professionals who aim to improve their practice to be more welcoming and gender-affirming.”

She argued she was “outraged and disheartened” by the “countless horrors” trans patients experience in the health care system, alleging that many won’t seek medical care “due to fear of discrimination and mistreatment.”

It is ironic that Del Rosario will complain about the “horrors” in the medical field but has no problem abusing a patient she disagrees with ideologically.

We have an update, the student has merely been suspended.

Dailymail