Wake Forest medical student suggests she stuck patient twice with needle after he called out her pronoun pin

A fourth-year medical student at Wake Forest University in North Carolina bragged on Twitter about purposely missing a vein while drawing blood because a patient asked about her pronoun pin.

“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?'” K. Del, or Kychelle Del Rosario, a fourth-year medical student at Wake Forest School of Medicine, tweeted, according to The Post Millennial.

“I missed his vein so he had to get stuck twice,” she said. Del Rosario has since deleted her account.

 

An untermenschen disagreed with her politics and virtue signaling so she used her authority as a medical practitioner to physically abuse her patient.

Give these people the opportunity to cause pain and suffering in those they disagree with and they will.

 

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By J. Kb

15 thoughts on “This is how Mengeles happen”
  1. I’ve _imagined_ doing unprofessional to people, but I can’t imagine _actually_ doing something.

    It should withdraw from the program or it gets the hose.

    1. Never pick one or the other, when the correct answer is “Both, please”.

      40 whacks with a rubber hose, and then expulsion, along with notifying the medical boards in all 50 states of her unsuitability to enter any profession, at any level of licensure, down to beautician or barber.
      This is criminal battery, her tweet shows mens rea, and she should be (it’s the law) referred by the program for investigation, criminal prosecution, and civil actions, as should the program she belonged to, and the hospital where it occurred.

      Her program directors, holding actual medical licensure, are mandated abuse reporters, and if we don’t have her name, her expulsion status, and criminal complaint on record within days, a criminal conspiracy is afoot, and they should all be rounded up in haste. This is some heart-attack/nuclear-attack-serious level of shit she’s pulled.

      I treat freaks, geeks, and criminals all day long, and have for 25 years, without compromising anyone’s care, and without regard for my own feeeeewings. If you can’t do that, don’t get into the profession.

      This isn’t a potential Mengele, she’s already a fully-mature sociopath, with a criminal complaint under her belt.
      Abort her career, and Kevorkian it, in haste.

  2. Will a Veterinary School accept her/their credits?

    She/they should be booted from all human medical professions permanently.

  3. Just wait until the time when legislation is passed and it is literally law that people with the wrong political opinions cannot get medical care. Also don’t be surprised when the Supreme Court upholds it.

    1. Maybe. But it’s possible to read the tweet as a description of a slip of the hand rather than a deliberate act. My first assumption was the innocent one. It may not be the correct one but it’s plausible enough to win the case, I would think.

  4. I know a tattoo artist that’s very liberal and went on facebook drunk/stoned and said he would push the needles harder on conservative clients. He sobered up and removed the post but his business went to shit.

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