By LIONEL DU CANE
January 2, 2020
LoveThisLife0101 also boasted about their alleged tampering with elderly patients’ food and deliberately administering incorrect medicine.
The post was inspired by the “It’s Okay to Be White” campaign which has made several international headlines over the past two years.
The Redditor, LoveThisLife0101, wrote:
Hey, I work in a retirement home and care for lots of trump supporters in their last days. I can tell you with certainty that 11 people (all verified trump supporters) could have been resuscitated/prevented from falling had I taken the appropriate measures.
I am literally letting you f***ers die off. These people vote like 100% of the time so it counts. Here’s the really sick part. Everytime I come on The Donald (r/thedonald) and see something that f***ing disgusts me (e.g. “It’s OKay to be White” postings) I note it and then take it out on a trump supporter in the home I work at (for example I have loaded food with diuretics, withheld medicine and simple [sic] provided the wrong the incorrect medicine).
Taking a darker turn, the Redditor continued:
Look, I know I am a sick pup… but so are each of you. I just wanted to let you know what I do cause I saw your post from today and I chose to watch a person die in response.
I hate you and hope to care for your family soon.
Following the shocking post, 4chan reportedly revealed the identity of the individual behind the posts.
Twitter users messaged the company believed to employ the Reddit user, AMN Healthcare, for more information.
AMN Healthcare claims that the person named does work for them, but “does not work in a clinical setting or work in a location where patients are cared for.”
The company added, “However, we take this very seriously and are conducting a thorough investigation.”
This isn’t the first time something similar to this has happened.
An Indiana nurse was fired in 2017 for making genocidal anti-white remarks on social media after Twitter users uncovered her identity and reported her." Quote from the National File website: