Thursday, July 30, 2020

Kansas City VA Remains Under Fire

Latest update as worker drama impacts care for the troops . . . Checkit:

New civil lawsuit alleges more claims of discrimination at Kansas City VA Hospital

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Another civil lawsuit was filed by a former employee of the Kansas City Veterans Administration Hospital in Federal Court Tuesday night. Like other filed against the VA, it alleges discrimination and mistreatment. "I am strong and here to stand up for my rights," said Plaintiff Tess Lustado-Lybarger.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Filing discrimination and mistreatment lawsuits is more contagious than the Corona.

Just more lazy people seeking to climb on board the gravy train.

Anonymous said...

^^say the fat, lazy, and stupid CHUD from his keyboard where he'll be all day.

Anonymous said...

Oh Chimpy. Maybe some humans will notice you if you post enough!

Poor lonely monkey.

Anonymous said...


This is a lie. Black people are just taking advantage of BLM. Notice how all of these law suits have come now and not before all of the BS started?
Just say NO to black people problem solved.

Anonymous said...


Democrat Affirmative Action quota scammers hook-up with Democrat greedy weasel Trial Lawyers to scam the taxpayers...and veterans.

Byron Funkhouser said...

As a veteran who has taken advantage of the services provided by the VA, I can tell you over the years the services are vastly improved. I believe once it was determined that the staff could be fired for cause, they started tightening up their ship. The staff doctors and residents are mostly competent and caring. It's the support staff that needs a lot of training in bedside manner. I wouldn't be worried about the care I received there, but someone needs to straighten out the staff. Maybe that's why they are filing all of these claims. Someone has brought the hammer down. Trump EO'd the changes that affected VA staff tenure. Nice job, Trump!

Anonymous said...


"I didn't get my $1.75 raise" That's a quote. The rest is fluff.
Silly law suit. Give the job to a vet. She's from Manila.

Anonymous said...

My father in law received excellent care at the KC VA hospital.

But I still don't understand why every guy who was dragged kicking and screaming into the military, or joined it to acquire a skill and then did the minimum necessary to get by for as short a time as possible until discharge should be entitled to lifetime medical care at the VA. It should be limited to retirees and their immediate family, those who suffered injury while on active duty and those who developed mental problems due to engagement in combat and not while being the company cook.

Anonymous said...

^^Well you don't understand because you never served, Thank God for that.

Anonymous said...

Oh but I did: four years. And it still makes not sense. Why don't you try to explain it?