May 22, 2018
If we’re going to live with the blacks, we’re going to have to learn to accept their cultural and social norms.
Outrage over a negroid female doctor recording a rap music dance video during surgery is truly the epitome of white fragility.
Dr. Windell Davis-Boutte’s website calls her “Atlanta’s most experienced cosmetic surgeon,” but a Channel 2 Action News, Atlanta Journal-Constitution consumer investigation discovered she’s had plenty of experience dealing with malpractice cases.
Boutte refused to answer Channel 2 consumer investigator Jim Strickland’s questions about five malpractice settlements, four pending lawsuits against the doctor, and more than 20 videos previously posted on YouTube.
Some featured the board-certified dermatologist dancing and singing around exposed, unmoving patients. In one Boutte made incisions while she sang and cavorted to the camera.
One of those lawsuits was filed by 26-year-old Ojay Liburd. He agreed to talk to Strickland about his mother’s visit to Boutte’s Gwinnett County office, because his mother no longer can.
According to court records Liburd’s mother, Icilma Cornelius, saw Boutte for a liposuction and a panniculectomy. It was weeks before her wedding, and she was credits away from earning her Ph.D.
“She just wanted to be perfect for her wedding dress,” Liburd explained to Strickland. “She had everything going for her.”
She never got the chance to wear her wedding dress, or get married. After a more than eight-hour procedure, Cornelius’ heart stopped. She suffered permanent brain damage and will need care for the rest of her life.
Cornelius first visited Boutte’s Lilburn office, Premier Aesthetic Center, in early 2016. She consulted with staff about fillers and Botox for her face before her wedding. By the end of the consultation she was scheduled for surgery.
“I just wanted to keep her costs down and give her what she needed from a lipo-sculpting standpoint for her wedding. I told her, ‘that’s my present to you’.” Boutte said in deposition.
During her procedure on Feb. 18, 2016, Cornelius was not intubated, and did not receive general anesthesia. She was given a cocktail of drugs, including Propofol and fentanyl. The lawsuit claimed no end-tidal CO2 monitoring equipment was used during the procedure. In deposition Boutte said staff contracted to administer anesthesia did not think end-tidal CO2 monitoring was necessary.
There is no clear relationship between singing and dancing during surgery and accidentally somehow giving someone brain damage during liposuction.
No clear relationship whatsoever.
As far as why she is giving people brain damage during liposuction in the first place – well, maybe you should ask the white people who refused to fund the education system so that she would know how to not do that?
Or perhaps you should ask the white people who enslaved her for tens of thousands of years, after stealing her civilization?
We ALL Listen To Music In The O.R. Trust Me…
Sometimes We Let The Pt. Choose The Station, But Once Sedated We Put It On What We Want..
IF The Pt Was Not Harmed What Is The Issue Here💁🏽
— Nikki (@AtxGirlnScrubbs) May 21, 2018
Ooops someone forgot to tell her she’s too black to make light of the seriousness around someone’s life on the operating table. Smh 🤦♂️
— Tracy Griffin (@TracyGGriffin) May 21, 2018
White supremacy was clearly the motivation for these lawsuits, just as it was white supremacy that made this news channel think it was okay to do a news report on her YouTube channel where she posted videos of herself singing and dancing during surgery.
It is pure hatred for the color of the skin.
And to think – just as black people are finally coming up.
The closer black people get to restoring their status as kangz, the stronger the need of fragile white males to hold them down.
Same old story over again.