[From “Dancing Nurses and Manufactured Outrage”]
I DON’T KNOW who started the trend of “dancing nurse” videos. Unless you’ve lived in a cave for the past year, you’ve surely seen them.
Was it a marketing team from TikTok? I had never even heard of TikTok before this. The social media platform gained tons of publicity from the phenomenon. Was it a psychological warfare department in government or business? Was this another ritual humiliation invented by powerful occultists? Or was this all just from the beginning a spontaneous grassroots phenomenon that showed what a decadent society we have become?
I don’t know, but I’m sure of one thing. Videos promoted as widely and heavily on social media as these have been serve a purpose for the perverts in charge. Of that, I have no doubt.
A segment of the public became steaming mad that nurses were dancing during a supposed pandemic. These feelings are similar to the outrage people feel when they hear or read of library drag queens, a real, though exaggerated phenomenon, intensely disturbing, that also seems intended to get ordinary people extremely upset.
That’s why I don’t post or comment on these incredibly idiotic videos which underscore the near-total lack of dignity of the nursing profession in feminist America. Obviously there are many real dancing nurses out there and they prove, among other things, that there is no ongoing medical catastrophe.
But I could care less what they do.