Who is Kristy Ann Wilker? (Nurse Fired) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Kristy Ann Wilker
Kristy Ann Wilker

Kristy Ann Wilker Wiki – Kristy Ann Wilker Biography

Kristy Ann Wilker went viral on Twitter after a video from Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Indiana about Black’s privilege and the death of George Floyd. While Wilker claims to be “I am not racist” and “racism is dead,” he continues to discuss the black people’s privileges “how they want white people’s face and how they throw them to respect.”

Kristy Ann Video Went Viral

As Wilker’s video went viral, other Twitter members talked about their alleged experience with the ex-nurse. An online user said, “I spoke to someone who worked with him a few years ago. A ten-year-old Black boy came with gunshot wounds and told his colleagues not to worry that “none of them are innocent”. People have been reporting him for years and Lutheran has done nothing. ” Lutheran Hospital spokesperson confirmed to Raw Story on Wednesday (June 24th) that “the person who posted these comments” no longer work at the workplace.

A woman named Alesha Brown also confirmed a termination by sending a letter from Angela Boyle. A short note, “The social media comments you give reference do not reflect our values. The person who posted these comments is no longer employed by the Luthern Hospital. ”

Kristy Ann Wilker Husband

She is married to a police officer, Lance Wilker who was hired at Ft. Wayne police department in 2019.

Kristy Ann Wilker Video Detail

Acting with the name K Ann Wilks since the deleted Facebook, Wilker said to the video, “He thinks you deserve or deserve something because of the color of your black privilege skin. They – people, Black people receive special scholarships. They are also protected from too many examinations due to the color of their skin. ”

“I’m not a racist,” Wilker insists. “I would never treat any patient differently, I would never treat any human being differently. I think God loves everyone. I’m on the same page. However, I don’t think that any race is above scrutiny, including black people.”

George Floyd died after a black Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for 8 minutes 46 seconds. According to an independent autopsy requested by Floyd’s family, the cause of death was determined as “asphyxia under constant pressure”. This report was in contrast to Hennepin County Medical Exam, which explains that Floyd died of cardiopulmonary arrest, which “forces law enforcement officers to subdual, restrict and tighten the neck. Form of death: Murder. How the injury occurred: The deceased suffered a cardiopulmonary arrest while being restricted by law enforcement. “Significant conditions” “Arteriosclerotic and hypertensive heart disease; fentanyl poisoning; last methamphetamine use. ”

In the video of Floyd, Wilker said, “Probably meth started having a strange panic attack when they put him in the car because he was positive for Fentanyl and COVID. “Was the officer’s foot in the wrong spot? Perhaps, you know, um, meth, and Fentanyl and positive COVID are probably the factors leading to [myocardial infarction]. To the people who hit the streets and shatter the sculptures to protest Floyd, the old nurse tells them to “harden and grow”. Rise over. ”

“Some things will always be,” Wilker continues. “I have never been a part of slavery. I don’t know anything about that. I’m not raising children who know anything about that. You don’t know anything about that. So, let’s not pretend that our history — that history — not even ours because we’re taking stuff out of history, right? Teddy Roosevelt? So, let’s not pretend like that has any reflection on today’s society.”

Wilker also said in his Floyd video, “Probably meth started a strange panic attack when they put him in the car because he was positive for Fentanyl and COVID. “Was the officer’s foot in the wrong spot? Perhaps, you know, um, meth, and Fentanyl and positive COVID are probably the factors leading to [myocardial infarction]. To the people who hit the streets and shatter the sculptures to protest Floyd, the old nurse tells them to “harden and grow”. Rise over. ”

“Some things will always be,” Wilker continues. “I have never been a part of slavery. I don’t know anything about that. I’m not raising children who know anything about that. You don’t know anything about that. So, let’s not pretend that our history — that history — not even ours because we’re taking stuff out of history, right? Teddy Roosevelt? So, let’s not pretend like that has any reflection on today’s society.”

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