Our celebrity CEO gets more manic every day.
He also loves pressing his thumb down on those who cross him.
The latest example is a whistle blower for an entity within one of his companies. He has doxxed the person and reported them to CPS while also trying to have their professional license revoked and private detectives stalking the parent 24/7.
He really is a terrible person.
Anna Watson, a physician assistant who worked at Tesla’s medical clinic
— Pac_Watson (@pac_watson) November 29, 2018
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES
Really? I neglect my children. That’s what you want to bring to my children for the holidays. Bring it. MY CHILDREN ARE NOT SCARED OF YOU EITHER. @elonmusk @mayemusk #DRBESH $TSLA pic.twitter.com/1etuEIHdP6
— Pac_Watson (@pac_watson) November 21, 2018
Inside Tesla’s factory, a medical clinic designed to ignore injured workers
When a worker gets smashed by a car part on Tesla’s factory floor, medical staff are forbidden from calling 911 without permission.
The electric carmaker’s contract doctors rarely grant it, instead often insisting that seriously injured workers – including one who severed the top of a finger – be sent to the emergency room in a Lyft.
Injured employees have been systematically sent back to the production line to work through their pain with no modifications, according to former clinic employees, Tesla factory workers and medical records. Some could barely walk.
The on-site medical clinic serving some 10,000 employees at Tesla Inc.’s California assembly plant has failed to properly care for seriously hurt workers, an investigation by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting has found.
The clinic’s practices are unsafe and unethical, five former clinic employees said.
But denying medical care and work restrictions to injured workers is good for one thing: making real injuries disappear.
“The goal of the clinic was to keep as many patients off of the books as possible,” said Anna Watson, a physician assistant who worked at Tesla’s medical clinic for three weeks in August.
Watson has nearly 20 years of experience as a medical professional, examining patients, diagnosing ailments and prescribing medications. She’s treated patients at a petroleum refinery, a steel plant, emergency rooms and a trauma center. But she said she’s never seen anything like what’s happening at Tesla.
“The way they were implementing it was very out of control,” said Watson, who was fired in August after she raised her concerns. “Every company that I’ve worked at is motivated to keep things not recordable. But I’ve never seen anybody do it at the expense of treating the patient.” – Source