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I usually like comments regardless if I agree with them... But I think this one is too controversial. 😅
Those are the best kind
Nah, I kinda like living 😅
You'll be fine. Remember, we have guns. They DON'T. :p
I actually don't own a gun but, who's they?
Oh I don't know shit about politics 😅
Even criminals are deserving of basic human rights and accessibility to proper healthcare.
@CarpetDenim if literally everyone has access to proper healthcare so that there's enough to spare, sure. But that's not the case. Non-criminals should come first.
Nurses that work at a prison don’t have to deal with non-criminals. They’re there to care for incarcerated patients, and they didn’t. They just stood outside her room until the baby was born. They could have at least moved her to a clean, sanitary place and changed her into a gown when she said her water broke and she was having contractions. But there’s no excuse for them to not be in the room with her at all and monitoring the baby’s status to make sure everything is going smoothly. Its mother may be a criminal, but that baby is innocent. If something had gone wrong, say its umbilical cord got tangled around its neck or it came out feet first or whatever complication might realistically occur during childbirth, no one would have known or been able to help because they weren’t even in the room. That baby could have died because of the negligence of that prison’s staff. That’s not acceptable.
I agree in the sense that she should have been looking out for her child's well being and not do illegal stuff. That's irresponsible on her part. But I don't think the child should suffer if help can easily be given.