racist paramedic was suspended after comparing black patients with gorillas and terrorizing an African American child with a needle.

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A white supremacist was placed on leave without pay when his sickening racist comments came into light, The Virginia paramedic uses a racist slur for African Americans patients comparing them with gorillas and claiming to take "immense satisfaction" as he "terrorized" an African American boy with a needle.

Alex McNabb, a part-time EMT in Patrick County, Virginia, made a statement in the popular neo-Nazi podcast "The Daily Shoah." he co-hosts.

McNabb referred to Southern Virginia neighborhood where lots of African immigrant families live as "Ebola Alley." Using the Dr. Narcan persona, he refers to a black woman as a "dinduisha" and called her a shaved "Harambe," the name of a famous gorilla.

another disgusting story was presented in the same podcast, in a Dr. Narcan story that McNabb doesn't label as fact or fiction, he speaks of "an unruly, young African American male child" who needed to have blood drawn.

"So, guess who volunteered to take (his) blood?" McNabb said. "Dr. Narcan enjoyed great, immense satisfaction as he terrorized this youngster with a needle and stabbed him thusly in the arm with a large-gauge IV catheter."

The Virginia health department's investigation will focus on whether "any alleged violations of Virginia's EMS regulations have occurred," the agency said in a statement. Those regulations stipulate that "EMS personnel may not discriminate ... based on race, gender, religion, age, national origin, medical condition or any other reason."

In a November podcast, McNabb said he hasn't treated any patients differently based on race because "it's a professional duty".

Boyce, the Patrick County board chairman, said he will demand McNabb's firing at a county board meeting next Monday. If McNabb is still employed, Boyce said he will seek "to suspend all county funds" paid to the JEB Stuart Volunteer Rescue Squad.

"This is not some backward county where we're a bunch of white supremacists," said Boyce, who says he's heard from many people in the county outraged over the reports.

"We can't sit here and say it's their First Amendment right," he said. "We have to say 'no, this is the way to hell.'"