1. @Loriann Richardson
      Actually they do NOT meet my standards. I choose to educate myself and pay attention to ALL points of view. This is how I know that they stopped reporting news a long time ago.

    1. @jarvis Lycome I missed where he identified the patient. Can you give me a time point in the video where he gave the name of the patient? You clearly have not read and have no understanding of the Hippa regs.

    2. @Derry Taylor Why do you think that? Is it just because you assume they are Japanese? No, of course not. You aren’t racist. Are you?

    3. @Litterbox The FBI originally classified the proud boys as a terrorist organization but reversed the designation after pressure was exerted by the Whitehouse. Another example of GOP corruption.

  1. People with such 8 want to kill but don’t want to die well try loving other people then because they r the 1 who might save your life

    1. @M Hall Gee a lot of hate their fellow. I had to put up with Trump for last 4 years, now maybe you have an idea how we all felt. Biden and Harris are sane people fit for office. Trump doesn’t even have the decency to concede. I’m going to enjoy watching him leave the White House!!!

  2. Dr. Nichols was truly tested and I thank him for taking the ethical route. To every Medical, Military and all Front Line workers, Thank You For your bravery, patience, sacrifice and service

    1. @ZeroMass If there’s any justice, prison is “just around the corner” for Donald Trump. As a United States Army medic, I’m disgusted with the corruption and stupidity of the Trump administration.

    2. @Don Winslow
       loving that dem plantation I see. After Trump pulled out of all the wars, I bet you cant wait for Biden to restart the warmongering bloodshed. Too bad that none of the new KKK / antifa will be joining you or your brothers in the theatre, as they will be too busy completing their privileged education and trust funds, sipping soy lattes to acknowledge the senseless wars.

      You’re either a stolen valor hack, or a true jarhead .. perhaps a bit of each

    1. But I think Nazis are inhuman hence no compassion unless you believe “…there are good people on both sides..”

  3. Do no harm. Treat others as you want to be treated. Follow those and you’re eternally on the correct side of history.

    1. @Don’t Comply -Tell that to the Proud Boys, Neo-Nazis, KKK and all the other groups that your ilk suddenly get amnesia about when blurting out BLM and Antifia.

    2. @Don’t Comply no need to as apparently they’re both on the right side of it. You sir may be more part of the problem than you think?

    3. @Vibez besides all the yelling why put antifa of the wrong side of history? They obviously aren’t and only exist to better protect the left as police care not about being objective or not doing their jobs properly. But, agree otherwise with your statement.

    4. @Don’t Comply like call them dickheads for asking a question? According to your own logic you’re very similar to those that you dislike so. I find that common on that side of thinking.
      You must be illiterate as there’s a difference between protesting and rioting. And of those fires how many have limked to and have charges going to a blm member? How many were started by white supremacist to frame the moment? A literal perfect example of the type of voter that the right for.
      Ty for being yourself….

    5. @Don’t Comply , you mean the same fires set by those that are really from the alt right and do that so that BLM movement gets blamed? Can we agree that police are not above the law and should be held accountable for their actions just like anyone else? If we can’t even agree on that, then it really doesn’t matter if BLM existed or not because people like you will always blame the victims killed by police as if there aren’t bad apples within the force and as if they can’t do any wrong. Smh

  4. Dr. Nichols, your ehoses reaffirmed for me that, for me especially, a lot of “problems” are really kind of stupid compared to what you and your coworkers and especially your patients are going through.
    Thanks again,.

    1. @jan cam Yes, you are right. Maybe I should spend less time running a department of medical professionals who the State has deemed as essential workers–who have no time to spend on reports of things that happen every day all across the country–and spend my day off catching up Real News… like what the Kardashians are doing maybe? Is that a better use of my time? Because this is not news.

    2. Yes. We sometimes take for granted that they are people. Yes they took an oath, but how many of us could set that aside in the moment. I think I would be motivated by the thought of ensuring they could stand trial or live long enough to evolve into someone better.

    3. @SK ONTHEROAD I doubt that you are running a department of medical professionals but if you are, and are not considering their stress levels, perhaps you shouldn’t be running a department of medical professionals at this time

    4. @jan cam That may be, however, unfortunately, I am not the one who is going anywhere, as my husband is the head doctor. But after 20 years, I have a pretty good idea of how they handle stress, and they deal with plenty of people who trigger them on a daily basis. That is a huge part of emergency medicine–people are always stressed out, never use a filter, and are usually on their worst behavior. But it is part of our job to take it in stride and handle it. And if they can’t, my staff doesn’t hesitate to reach out and ask for help. But they would never think that they should be on the news just for doing their job!

    1. Anthropology classes is how they do it, they learn understanding and develop compassion for all people with that knowledge .

    2. We keep moving forward with our dignity intact as much as possible even as the patients we’re helping is making racist comments. For me, I think about the fact that I’m privileged at that moment because maybe my kindness will make a difference. If this doesn’t work, I go home after my shift and they get to stay, still sick

    3. Please, lets not let hate trouble our hearts and minds. Life is what we make it, so just take it one day at a time. Misery loves company, and no that this is true. Pray to God daily, because he always see’s us through. Evil will lose in the end, because God’s way always wins. Bless you all…


  6. A person branding symbols of hate, asking for compassion from a target of that hate, is the very definition of irony.

    1. @Milly Brown who gets so drunk they put those kind of tats on their body unless that his how they truly feel. Really ? Nazi tats ?

    2. @Steve P oh stop acting like it’s impossible. Have you seen the show “How Far Is Tattoo Far?” Or seen “Jackass”?

    1. “If you can’t take care of your sick in the country, forget it, it’s all over. I mean, it’s no good. So I’m very liberal when it comes to health care. I believe in universal health care. I believe in whatever it takes to make people well and better.”
      ― The Donald @ Larry King Live, October 1999

      “A friend of mine was in Scotland recently. He got very, very sick. They took him by ambulance and he was there for four days. He was really in trouble, and they released him and he said, ‘Where do I pay?’ And they said, ‘There’s no charge.’ Not only that, he said it was like great doctors, great care. I mean we could have a great system in this country.”
      ― The Donald @ The David Letterman Show, January 2015

      “We’re going to have insurance for everybody. We’re going to have a healthcare that is far less expensive and far better.”
      ― The Donald @ interview with The Washington Post, January 2017

    2. Or a real woman? (I’m not suggesting you’re sexist, it just struck as limiting as we’ve shifted away from using “man” as a synonym for “person”. ) I imagine you were probably intending to suggest a strong, compassionate person, I just don’t know you, so I’m not sure what you meant to convey.

    1. @Jo Buffalo
      You slurp serpent sploodge from unholy keyster because you’re a demoralized child of evil..
      Repent demonspawn, you can’t escape the wrath of God

    2. @Clevis Bernier I’m not one of the commenters who said something negative about tattoos in general or Nazi tattoos in particular. I just asked if a Nazi tattoo somehow expresses something positive to the person that is wearing it. Something that offsets its negative meaning to other people. Is there? What would it be?

      If there is no answer to this question, in what way is the public “prejudging”? We “prejudge” that the sky is blue even if we cannot see it. It has been universally documented as being blue. Haven’t Nazi tattoos been universally documented as being about discrimination and hate, both historically and contemporaneously? Where is the alternative, positive understanding of Nazi tattoos which the wearers might feel?

    1. It has happened with other instances but I have not heard of any since Covid.I would not think under those circumstances you would refuse help..but I know that some people do not like certain race doctors treating them and ask for a “white” one.Sad.

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