This is a disgusting and horrifying example of how COVID-19 hysteria has made us lose our humanity.
A group of NHS nurses anger and stress an expectant mother by telling her they will ram a PCR test up her baby’s nose right after birth.
That alone is enough to frighten any mother or father.
But that’s not the only disturbing thing the nurses told the expectant mother.
The staff had the audacity to say the baby isn’t her property the moment he or she leaves her abdomen.
Watch the disturbing clip:
Literally lost for words. Stop the world, I want to get off 🙁 https://t.co/5eAizW7KKs
— Janine Nina Lewis 🇬🇧 (@Nina_mollteezer) July 28, 2021
These nurses care more about testing for COVID-19 than the welfare of the newborn.
And they think they have the authority to do whatever they want the moment they cut the umbilical cord.
This staff is too far gone with COVID-19 insanity that they’ve lost all common sense and compassion.
Here’s some of the reaction to the 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
Why the hell do they need to stick a swab up the nose of a freaking newborn?!
— niko 🌸 (@h1de_ous) 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 provided brief commentary:
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.