The disgusting and horrifying effect that COVID-19 has on humanity.
NHS nurses squad show their anger and stress on pregnant women, telling them they will perform PCR tests on their newborn infants immediately after their birth.
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It is frightening for me, and I can’t imagine how expectant mothers are feeling. But, that wasn’t the only scary thing that the nurses told the mothers. Once the baby is born, and it’s not inside the mother’s womb, the baby isn’t her property anymore.
Take a look at the video below:
Literally lost for words. Stop the world, I want to get off 🙁 https://t.co/5eAizW7KKs
— Janine Nina Lewis 🇬🇧🌸🩸 (@Nina_mollteezer) July 28, 2021
The nurses are preoccupied with the COVID-19 tests, and they forget about the newborn welfare. I guess these women think they have the power to do with the infant babies whatever they want.
I guess they are all crazy and went too far with the COVID-19 insanity!
Below you can see some reactions to this horrific scene:
— Ryan Kift (@RyanKift) July 28, 2021
Disgusting behaviour of our NHS staff! The baby is no longer parent property once born, back the f**k off! https://t.co/HV1aLBAc5K
— Lisa Marie Gallagher (@LisaOconnell75) July 28, 2021
NHS nurse tells mother that the baby isn't the mother's property once out of the womb… https://t.co/iBPKJFv6PJ
— Pen (@pwcanuck) July 28, 2021
The Daily Expose commented on this issue:
A video recorded by the partner of an expectant mother waiting to give birth in hospital has been released showing NHS nurses harassing the mother to consent to allowing them to perform a Covid-19 PCR test once the baby is born.
The expectant mother, who is clearly distressed at the request is told by the NHS nurses that they will perform the PCR test on the baby as it is no longer the mother’s property when not in her abdomen.
The intrusive PCR test involves sticking a swab as far up the nose as humanly possible and is an extremely uncomfortable procedure for adults, let alone new born babies.