In the clip, which has over half a million views, she says: “I’m a real NHS worker and apparently I worked really hard during Covid. Do I have b ****** s. This is why it is a b ****** s certificate.
“Our service was dead. We weren’t getting calls, he was dead. Covid is a bunch of b ******, so this is my b ****** certificate that everyone can see. ”
Sitting in her car on the way to work, she adds: ‘I didn’t applaud for the NHS, I didn’t applaud for myself because why would I applaud for myself when I did. *** all? ”
Care UK, which provides NHS services such as call centers, said the video was “materially inaccurate” and that it was investigating the case.
A spokesperson told Mirror Online: “We are aware of this video, which we believe to be materially inaccurate in several respects, and can confirm that a member of staff is under investigation.
“We expect all of our colleagues and departments to support the work of the NHS by giving the public the right information and support during the pandemic.
“Our call centers were, in fact, exceptionally busy, handling a peak of 400% more calls than usual.
“Our teams have shown tremendous commitment and dedication in providing this service, and we have rightly thanked them for their efforts.
On Saturday, a selfie was posted to a Facebook profile under Ms Hampton’s name with the caption ‘en route to Trafalgar Square’ in central London.
Protesters gathered there to claim Covid-19 was a hoax and to call for an end to lockdowns.
Another post before the protest said: “REAL WARRIORS fighting for OUR civil rights and freedoms that governments around the world want to destroy!” RESPECT !! “
Protesters at the “Unite for Freedom” march called for “no more lockdowns”, “no to vaccinations” and “no to government lies”.
Many carried banners saying “Fake News” or “Masks are Muzzles” and rejecting any compulsory vaccination program in the UK, where the virus has killed more than 40,000 people, according to the official government tally.
The Facebook profile under Ms Hampton’s name indicates that he is from London.
The posts on the profile qualify the crisis as “scamdemic,” contain anti-mask posts, and refer to Plandemic, a Covid-19 conspiracy theory video that has been debunked and removed by social media sites.
A recent article criticizes mask wearers and, referring to the reign of Adolf Hitler, states: “If you ever wondered if you would have respected Germany during the 1930s, now you know it. ”
The profile also features a meme that compares mask wearers to slaves.
A post hits back at criticism and claims Ms Hampton has received support from NHS workers.
He adds: “A few people close to me called me ‘mental’ and even said I needed a section for my video!
“Besides, I don’t deserve my children! However, if people want to believe the story is theirs. I will continue to tell my truth !!! ”
Mirror Online has reached out to Ms Hampton for comment.