Originally Posted by Rissask
I am sure I don't know for sure, I wasn't there
It was either her or people with her who apparently waved them off for hours
. Either way, the end result was the same.
Some right wing American new sources were using this as an example of how universal healthcare is so awful. When in reality it was a freak accident, a minor fall on a gentle slope, that didn't look serious at all, so much so she was walking around and talking lucidly. Tragic.
So if you were not there as you're saying now, why say "too bad her entourage refused to have her checked out
?" It sounded to me like you knew for sure
they were at fault.
Hell, if anyone else had made such a statement, you'd be one of the first to slam them about it, not so?