Last Updated on July 24, 2023
Video footage is being shared online showing that TikTok nurses have returned with their choreographed dance routines that became notorious during the days of COVID, but this time, they’re dancing in protest of “climate change” that they claim will wipe out the world’s population.
Video footage that was originally recorded last fall is making the rounds on social media, showing a group of nurses staging a choreographed TikTok dance in protest of the “climate change” that they claim is on the cusp of ending the world and killing off the people of earth.
The TikTok dance was filmed in the UK in protest of short-lived Prime Minister Liz Truss who, before resigning after just over a month in office, was slammed by European climate hysterics for what they claimed was a continued embrace of so-called fossil fuels and other climate change bogey monsters.
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“Here’s our manifesto, Liz,” the nurses sang to the tune of the disco song “Stayin’ Alive”.
“Fires, floods, and extreme heat hurt more than just our dancing feet,” they sang, working their way through their song before staging a “die-in” and attaching mock death certificates to one another, in an effort to claim that the human population will die-off en masse as a result of “climate change.”
Their claims resemble those of teenage Swedish climate hysteric Greta Thunberg who, in 2018, predicted that the world would end due to so-called climate change by the spring of 2023 – a period of time that has come and gone, yet the world still spins.
Watch the nurses’ bizarre TikTok video below:
The nurses’ climate dance has drawn comparisons to the height of COVID lockdowns when people all over the world were being shut in their homes, their livelihoods destroyed, as the doctors and nurses they were told were saving them were routinely posting elaborate choreographed dances to the CCP-aligned TikTok app. In many of the videos, the medical staff wore the very Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that the world was told was in short supply, soiling it with outdoor elements of unsanitary hallway locations for the sake of TikTok, instead of saving it to wear while “treating” patients.