Nurse says Conservative voters ‘don’t deserve to be resuscitated by NHS’ | Kelvin Mackenzie reacts

Nurse says conservative voters ‘don’t deserve to be resuscitated by nhs’ | kelvin mackenzie reacts

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Nurse says Conservative voters ‘don’t deserve to be resuscitated by NHS’ | Kelvin Mackenzie reacts” – below is their description.

‘She reveals what I suspect is the truth within the NHS.’

Former Editor of The Sun Kelvin Mackenzie gives his thoughts on a nurse saying Conservative voters ‘don’t deserve to be resuscitated by the NHS’.

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