How on earth do my comments, which you lifted out of context and now have standing alone as non sequiturs, illustrate your point in even a sarcastic fashion?
I've been practicing for thirty years. Everything I've told you about seeing and doing, I've seen and done. My comments were in defense of the newer/younger/new grad nurses in charge position. Since the point of the original post was that new grads lack the experience to be charge and I was countering that, it's not possible that my comments in context support your contention at all.
"New" grad RNs and "new" hire RNs have been oriented to charge and rotated through charge for as long as I've been working. That's how it's been, and that's how it is. In long term care, LPNs are charge unless there's an RN working. That is how it is.
Yes, it happens that ineffective nurses might pass off unstable patients as fast as they can without proper report. It isn't just new and inexperienced nurses who do it, and since you have worked for as long as you have, I KNOW you've had that happen to you as well.
As for your facility's "policy" concerning what to do when you disagree with the charge nurse, so what? You're responsible for your practice and if you believe that your patient is not getting the care he or she needs it's your responsibility to proceed up the ladder to get it addressed. It's called due diligence, it's a legal standard and you're in deep poo if you ignore it.
There was no nuance in the original post, and no nuance in your last one. Resentment drives your post, no matter what your motives are.