UPDATED: Williams Stays & Snyderman Fired: Ex Johnson & Johnson Executive Nancy Synderman Breaks Ebola Quarantine
UPDATED: June 18, 2015
NBC hope we mis-remember that Brian Williams is a fraud.
Brian Williams Expected to Stay at NBC-CNN Money
Updated March 12, 2015: NBC Forced Accountability and Fired Nancy Snyderman Better late than never!
And so ends the televised saga of a brave woman who wasn’t afraid to stand up and say to the world, Hey fuck this quarantine—mama’s getting takeout. Gawker
October 13, 2014
#NBC Fire Nancy Snyderman <—Change.Org Campaign
Unchecked unethical or illegal corporate behavior will escalate
while being encouraged, replicated and rewarded
at a high cost to the public
Snyderman/Twitter/New Brunswick Today
Johnson & Johnson who currently has over 36,000 cases in federal court for mesh, paid billions to patients turned victims for hips and $2.2 billion for off label promotion and kick-backs for Risperdal is such an example of this unethical behavior being encouraged, replicated and rewarded.
NBC Chief Medical Correspondent Nancy Synderman, and also a former Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) Vice President, was placed under mandatory Ebola quarantine–yet despite the quarantine, she was seen running errands. New Brunswick Today Nancy Snyderman’s glib reaction, not recognizing the rights of others, lack of accountability, shame, remorse or guilt should remind us of The Sociopathic Business Model™ a model often associated with her former employer Johnson & Johnson regarding unethical and illegal corporate activity.
Nancy Snyderman’s response to the media for calling her out on possibly endangering the lives of thousands:
Well Nanc-as long as you’re sorry! Wow-an apology right out of the
JNJ NBC handbook?
–Glib and superficial charm
–Manipulative, not recognizing the rights of others
-Lack of accountability, shame, remorse or guilt
-Demean and Insult
–Rarley challenged (as noted by the need to break an Ebola quarantine)
–Unethical and well she worked for JNJ so….
This is enough information for me to know that I’d like to see NBC, through forced accountability, fire Nancy Snyderman NBC’s Chief Medical Correspondant