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Andrew Cuomo's Deadly Failures

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Washington Examiner

by Karol Markowicz

May 28, 2020 11:00 PM

Excerpt:

On March 30, as COVID-19 cases and deaths piled up across the Empire State, and the USS Comfort arrived to calm a broken city, Gov. Andrew Cuomo called New York the “canary in the coal mine” of the U.S. coronavirus crisis. “What you see us going through here, you will see happening all across this country.”

Except it didn’t.

Instead, New York racked up massive coronavirus deaths, as the governor’s policies (as well as those of Mayor Bill de Blasio) left New Yorkers exposed. The rest of the country suffered losses, but nowhere near the intensely high number reached by New York.

The story of Cuomo’s role in the pandemic has been massaged by the media. And, indeed, Cuomo’s “just the facts” press conferences were initially soothing at a time of confusion and disarray. His Powerpoint presentations, blessedly boring during a tumultuous time, often began with what day it was, a feature appreciated by people in a seemingly permanent Groundhog Day in their homes. One of the slides invariably included raw numbers of how many had been diagnosed, how many were in the hospital, and how many had died. But as the smoke began to clear, it’s become increasingly obvious that the governor’s bad decisions, petty rivalries, and general incompetence caused much of the destruction in the first place.

The major story of the coronavirus epidemic in New York is how the governor’s policies toward long-term care facilities enabled the virus to run rampant among our most vulnerable population. In late April, it came to light that the previous month, the state ordered long-term care facilities to readmit residents who had been treated for the coronavirus. New residents who were “medically stable” were to be admitted as well. Thus did Cuomo’s New York guarantee that the most vulnerable population would be widely exposed to COVID-19 in environments that enabled its quick and deadly spread.

The official tally has about 20% of New York coronavirus deaths attributed to nursing homes, but we actually can’t be certain of how many people died because of this negligence. If someone from one of these mass-infected nursing homes died in a hospital, it’s not counted as a nursing home death. There’s also evidence that many of those who died at nursing homes weren’t tested for COVID-19, so the official statistic remains a question mark, but it’s almost certainly higher, perhaps much higher, than the state admits.

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One of the slides invariably included raw numbers of how many had been diagnosed, how many were in the hospital, and how many had died. But as the smoke began to clear, it’s become increasingly obvious that the governor’s bad decisions, petty rivalries, and general incompetence caused much of the destruction in the first place.

Notice on the slides was nothing about RECOVERIES. The message was about death, not about hope and getting past this. This has been the constant stream of lies from the beginning with all the media. How many people have recovered from this illness? Millions, how many deaths? Definitely less than the inflated number presented.

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The major story of the coronavirus epidemic in New York is how the governor’s policies toward long-term care facilities enabled the virus to run rampant among our most vulnerable population.

The population WE ALL KNEW was vulnerable, and yet this guy forced them to accept Wuhan Flu patients even though they were not equipped to take them. Thus increasing the number of deaths predictably.

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The count matters because it otherwise obscures the real picture. On May 9, the New York Times reported that nursing home residents and workers accounted for one-third of the nation’s COVID-19 deaths but that only 11% of cases actually occurred inside those facilities. According to a new Associated Press count, at least 4,500 recovering coronavirus patients were sent to New York nursing homes.

Just friggin AMAZING isn't it? Yet no accountability, no investigation, just heaps of praise by the media about how great a job these ghouls did.

Yes they did everything they could... To transform this nation into a nation of fear, so they could transform it into their marxist utopia. It's not over yet, we have to fight back and retake our lives from these fear mongering idiots. We got a call here just yesterday from some coward asking about "covid laws", there are none. So luckily for them I didn't have to field that call. I would have told them they are welcome to go to the utopia of choice where they can live in fear. We won't be doing that here.

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Severian

 But  but but...TRUUUMMMMP!

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greggor

Well we can't forget that he has a son who is on CNN..

Maybe not "deadly"..  but just as brain-dead.

Does that count?

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1 hour ago, greggor said:

Well we can't forget that he has a son who is on CNN..

Maybe not "deadly"..  but just as brain-dead.

Does that count?

LOL

:lol:

 

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Tikk
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2 hours ago, greggor said:

Well we can't forget that he has a son who is on CNN..

Maybe not "deadly"..  but just as brain-dead.

Does that count?

They are brothers.  Not father and son.

Just want to point that out.

ETA: The whole article is worth reading.

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