A nurse has hit back at a reporter after she said her life was ruined by the media reporting on her questioning of the COVID-19 vaccines.
A video from Red Voice Media posted on Rumble showed the nurse confronting the Candian news organization CBC and blaming them for being fired.
“You have destroyed my life CBC. You write a lot of hit pieces on me. My family has been doxed. I have a lot of death threats. I have a six-year-old son and a three-year-old son, and you’ve literally destroyed my life because I ask a lot of questions,” she said to the reporter.
“And do you actually believe the work you do, or do you just do it for a good paycheck?” she said.
“I’m Kris Nagle,” the nurse said. “I’m a nurse, and because of the hit pieces, you guys have totally ruined my career. And I’ve been fired because of it. People have doxed my address. People have given me death threats because of the lies you’ve told.”
She was shaming the network for reporting on child welfare concerns and talked about the effects the mandates have had on kids.
“They have never been happier these ten days than they have in the last two years,” she said. “Do you know how many kids came up and said ‘thank you?’ Do you, do you actually even look at the notes that are stuck to every single truck from kids?
“Do you see the heart that comes out from them? Do you know how important this is for them? …Why don’t you guys report it? Like I said, why don’t you report the truth?”
The CBC crew member responded, “It’s not in my power now. I’m sorry.”
“You allow it to happen,” she said. “By being here you allow it to happen … I stood up and lost my job for it. You being here, a part of this, you’re complicit.”
In January the CBC reported that Nagle was fired with cause.
Three Ontario nurses who have faced discipline for their stances on the pandemic are suing the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) and a media outlet in British Columbia, with the libel suit seeking $1 million.
Kristen Nagle of London, Kristal Pitter of Tillsonburg and Sara Choujounian of Toronto have been investigated by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) for sharing their controversial views about the pandemic on social media.
All three nurses are entitled to practice in Ontario without restrictions.
Nagle, a former neonatal intensive-care nurse at London Health Sciences Centre, was fired last January after she was charged by law enforcement for failing to comply with Ontario’s emergency pandemic health restrictions in November 2020. She was charged again in April 2021.