Anger in the wake of COVID

This is how it feels to lose someone to COVID

My family became a statistic last week with the death of my mother in law from Covid-19 in Los Angeles. We were barred from being there during her last moments.

She was robbed of her dignity during her last moments. She was alone, without her family during what I’m sure were her terrifying last moments when the ventilator was removed.

The hospital does not give two fucks about a 76 year old woman dying of this. They just want the bed.

My family is traumatized. Unless one has been directly impacted by this virus, one doesn’t know what the fuck is going on.

I’m fucking angry right now. Who do I see about this?

Who do I hold accountable? Costco? That’s the only public place she went in the weeks before she went to the hospital. Why? Because she needed toilet paper and cleaning supplies because of all the morons who stockpiled.

Do you have any idea what it’s like to witness a loved family member dying from three states away on FaceTime? Yes or no?

I don’t give a F*** if you’re GOP or Dem, it’s all meaningless in death.

Do you know what it’s like to have to call credit card companies and banks to deal with canceling credit cards and maintaining mortgages because of their death? Do you know what it’s like to not have a funeral service? Kristin Cheney, you’re goddamn right I woke up on the wrong side of the bed today and everyday since she’s been in the hospital. She had NO fight against anybody, no problems with anybody, but yet this woman was TAKEN from us because you f*** morons want to unnecessarily be out at the movies, getting your hair and nails did and go drinking at the bar.

I’m sorry YOUR home ain’t good enough for you to quarantine in so that we can save one life. Her life could have been saved if masks had been worn and the stores limited the amount of people in them. F*** you. F*** you all, you ignant f***.

(My friend lost her Mother in law to COVID this week. That lady won’t reanimate what’s the pandemic is over, she’s gone. She’s dead forever The pain is forever.

This was her testimony.)

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Mommy. Social worker. Nice lady seeking to end homelessness and end poverty. FightOn

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