Thread regarding Molina Healthcare Inc. layoffs

The delusions never cease

The 6 minute mark of this id--tic self aggrandizement is rich and so ridiculous. The first story they told after their terminations was it was Mario’s outspokenness about Trump that led to their firing. So now that has evolved to they couldn’t persuade the board about their insightful business model that the big players have now copied. Such visionaries. What a laughable crock of $hit Nothing in there about total incompetence and thorough sophomoric amateurism - the real reasons. By the way, whats the deal with 5-10 years of building clinics? They had those clinics since 1980 and they turned into a financial nightmare. And if you don't think that’s a fact, just recall Mario taking control of the clinics and shutting them down and liquidating in a year. Its still so obnoxious they cannot take any responsibility for their failings.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGxfe2RWe34

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Oh, ironically the stock closed today at an all time high of $337+ — all in JZ’s 4 year tenure — those imbeciles couldn’t touch $40 a share in 14 years. If they really thought profits were so bad, why’d they take Molina public instead of private? Easy — they became multi millionaires by doing so. They talk out if their a$$es

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Well, if you get tired of hearing the preaching about people before profits, look at how the Molina Stole Christmas — they height of hypocrisy. I thought profits didn’t matter? I thought business could just continue regardless of income. Doesn’t money grow on trees? Well, I guess in this case, it only goes as far as the government is willing to throw away good money into the black morass of a JM business opportunity who is always happy to stand around with his hand out for taxpayer funded failures. Shame!

Https://www.presstelegram.com/2021/12/10/community-hospital-long-beach-laying-off-328-workers

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Yah, they never mention the brink of bankruptcy they brought the company to with $550m loss in 2016. Nor do they ever mention the conflicts of interest that stunk the place up such as 6th and Pine and Pacific Hospital. There was plenty of reasons the board had to legitimately fire them. As for doing community good, they should read about the Molina Accord and foundation that provides tens of millions in community grants annually. While he pretends to be such a do-gooder, the fact is lining his pockets and those of his boot licking sycophants was top of mind. What we do today is show you can make profits, provide quality healthcare, and engage in community support at the same time. What a concept.

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