Hospital Exec Fired After Saying Trump Supporters With COVID-19 Should Die


A hospital in Buffalo New York fired a top hospital executive after saying Trump supporters with COVID-19 should give up their ventilators and die. 

The Buffalo News reported Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center fired Laura Krolczyk who was formally the center's vice president for external affairs.

According to ABC 14 News, "In a Fb trade, Laura Krolczyk, Roswell Park Thorough Cancer Center’s now former vice president for external affairs, wrote, “Trump supporters will need to pledge to give up their ventilators for someone else … and not go to the clinic.”

Other words and comments were exchanged see the screen shots below:

Krolczyk was terminated, and the hospital released a statement according to WGRZ-TV

"This staff was terminated nowadays [Saturday] soon after our Human Sources team concluded its investigation. We adopted common treatment, which needed that we get and verify pertinent facts ahead of taking any disciplinary motion.

Dr. Johnson and her workforce responded with swift and appropriate motion. We have generally been and keep on to be a centre serving everyone who wants us. That is core to our mission, our tradition and the expertise our patients and family members can hope each working day.

This conduct is not tolerated at Roswell Park. If any crew associates act in a way that does not accord with that commitment, we will choose swift and proper motion, just as we did in this occasion."

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(The Buffalo News) (ABC 14 News) (WGRZ-TV)

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