This is Christine Osborn, a Woodstock CT resident, legal immigrant from Australia, and nurse at Harrington Hospital in Southbridge.
She’s quite woke and is voting for Joe Biden in a few weeks because she is rather obsessed with the current President.
This crusty gringo dingo has a tendency to take it too far though, and often posts shit on Facebook that a nurse really shouldn’t be posting. For instance, she recently wished death upon Trump, called his supporters arse lickers, and said, “die you prick” when she found out he got commie cold.
Someone gave her a chance to think it over and perhaps take it back, since her job is literally to preserve life. But she was like, nah.
Better double down instead. Actually, make that a triple down.
She really wants you to pat her on the back though for going to work every day and doing her job while you do things like protest for liberty and bodily autonomy.
Funny how none of those signs say “black lives matter.” Of course we know by now that 50,000 people holding “defund the police signs” is necessary for public health, whereas a wedding with 100 people is a super spreader. This is all very logical.
Karen Kangaroo also thinks that people who refuse to live in fear are “dickheads” as are people who vote for Trump.
Don’t worry though – I’m sure she’ll provide you with quality healthcare if she finds out you’re a Trump supporter. She seems so stable.
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