Nasty Liberals Disrupt First Lady Melania Trump While She Visits Sick Mothers And Children
Nasty Liberals were determined to disrupt the First Lady Melania Trump on Wednesday when she went to visit sick mothers and children in Boston, MA.
As the First Lady’s motorcade arrived at Boston Medical Center protesters in front of the building tried to block her way and held up signs condemning the First Lady.
Melania Trump was in Boston to visit with mothers and children that have been affected by Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome which is a condition that occurs in children as a result of mothers who abused opioids while pregnant.
The protesters were mainly employees that work at the hospital upset that she would “create a public photo opportunity” by visiting sick children.
A protester’s signs read: “We Care for All!” and “Exceptional Care, No Exceptions!” Two workers were spotted having written, “We really care, do u?” in large letters on the backs of their white lab coats, a play on the “I really don’t care, do u?” jacket the first lady wore on her trip to and from an immigration intake center in Texas last year.
“She’s Melania Trump. She’s married to Donald Trump,” protester Sara Stulac told WBZ-TV. “He is such a symbol of so much of what we stand against, so much hatred and division.”
“Mrs. Trump enjoyed visiting Boston Medical Center to meet with the center’s leadership and medical staff and learn about the impressive programs available that support and provide care to mothers struggling with drug addiction and babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome,” said Stephanie Grisham, who serves as the East Wing communications director as well as the President’s press secretary.
The CEO of Boston Medical Center President Kate Walsh ignored the constant request she was receiving to cancel the appearance of the First Lady. In an email, to over 6,000 employees she wrote, “the visit will be a unique opportunity to share our values of respect and inclusion with federal leaders whose policies have a significant impact on the vulnerable populations we are dedicated to serving. Two-thirds of our patients have some form of government insurance, and our health plan is the largest participant in the state’s Medicaid accountable care organization, so the opportunity to highlight the innovative work we are doing is critical to ensuring that we are able to continue to deliver on our mission well into the future.”
Melania Trump was especially interested in the Cuddling Assist ward in the hospital. The ward concentrates on lowering the stress of infants going through opioid withdrawal by cradling infants.
“I hope today’s visit helps shine a light,” Trump said. “It is my hope that what we discuss today will encourage others to replicate similar programs within their own communities.”