Myles Deering executive director of the Oklahoma Deparmtne of Veterans Affairs said the maggots were discovered while the veteran was still alive at the Talihina facility, which is about 130 miles southeast of Tulsa.
Although the maggots were not the cause of death, they were as disgusting as a liberal crying at Trump's election victory.
Deering explained that the veteran came to the facility with an infection and died of sepsis, a life-threatening condition where the body is fighting a serious infection that has spread through the bloodstream.
The agency revealed that a physician's assistant and three nurses, including the director of nursing, resigned after the investigation was conducted. All four maggots chose to resign before the termination process began.
The late veteran, Owen Reese Peterson, died on October 3rd--he was 73.
Raymie Parker, the veteran's son, identified the body. "During the 21 days I was there . . . I pled with the medical staff, the senior medical staff, to increase his meds so his bandages could be changed," he said. "I was met with a stonewall for much of that time."
Some people just don't belong in healthcare.