A Denver nurse named Lizzy Matthews claims she was fired from her job for being a Trump supporter. After everything we’ve seen over the last year, is this really so hard to believe? She has filed a lawsuit over the matter.
FOX News reports:
Denver nurse fired for supporting Trump, lawsuit claims
A Colorado nurse has filed a lawsuit saying she was fired over her support for Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Lizzy Mathews, 65, of Lakewood, filed a suit in U.S. District Court Denver on Jan. 11 against Kelly Torres, nursing manager, and Marc Fedo, director of acute nursing, at the Denver Health Medical Center. The suit calls for Mathews to get her job back, along with back pay and punitive damages for the emotional pain she has suffered since losing her job.
The lawsuit alleges Mathews’ firing stems from a Sept. 10, 2016 incident, when she was attending to a patient who had once been a high-ranking employee at the hospital.
After the patient questioned Mathews on who she thought would win the presidential election, the suit claims, Mathews said she wanted Trump, and added that she was “praying for him.” The patient replied, “Oh no, I don’t want him.”
Mathews said she then received a call from Torres three days later, and was told that the patient had complained about her conversation about the election.
If she proves her case, she should get a huge payday!
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