A 'crying nurse' video featured on CBS is being heavily criticized as being fake and not fact checked to determine if it was truly authentic. In other words, it does not seem like CBS verified that this woman indeed worked at a hospital, and if she does - is her story true? In the video, an alleged traveling nurse claims she quit her job because her boss would not allow her to wear a mask while treating a coronavirus patient.
According to the lady crying in the video, there was a shortage of masks, but she had her own, but she's claiming she wasn't allowed to wear the mask.
CBS featured the video, but it does not seem like CBS verified what hospital she worked at, thus leading readers to call the video fake.
To make matters worse, the woman's profile claims she's a blogger and some believe she was doing this for attention to go viral and get some attention to herself.
The CBS tweet said, "In tears, a nurse says she quit her job after she was asked to work in a coronavirus ICU without a face mask: “America is not prepared, and nurses are not being protected"
For starters, it makes absolutely zero sense that anyone working in a hospital would direct their professional to NOT wear a mask while working with a patient suffering from the contagious outbreak. That just does not make any sense whatsoever.
Many of the photos on her Instagram page seem to be seeking attention.
If you want my opinion, this lady is acting.
I do NOT believe anyone in charge would ask a nurse to work without a mask on a patient with a contagious issue like the one we're dealing with now.
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It's my opinion that CBS should have verified this before running with her crying video, which seems like nothing more than the Jussie Smollet of nursing.Source: cbsnews