With news the New York’s Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo sent people with COVID to nursing homes and then, according to an aide tried to cover up how many seniors died from COVID, the Western Journal provided a list of the other four governors who sent COVID patients to nursing homes.
- Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan
- Gov. Gavin Newsom of California
- Gov. Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania
- Gov. Phil Murphy of New Jersey
Any guesses on what political party they represent?
The Western Journal provides the details:
What do these governors all have in common?
To almost nobody’s surprise, they are all Democrats.
The original reasoning behind these directives had to do with hospital capacity, but that logic ultimately backfired as nursing home deaths began to surge, quickly becoming a large percentage of deaths nationwide.
The elderly are easily the population must vulnerable to the coronavirus, which makes these directives seem even more reckless.
READ: 4 Governors Other Than Cuomo Sent COVID Patients to Nursing Homes – Guess What They All Have in Common?
For the record, an estimated 15,000+ people died in New York nursing homes from COVID.
Hollywood’s woke culture was so enthralled about how well Gov. Cuomo handled the COVID crisis they awarded him an Emmy. READ: Gov. Andrew Cuomo Wins International Emmy For COVID-19 Press Briefings
The Democrat Party was so overwhelmed by Gov. Cuomo’s handling of the COVID crisis, they awarded the New York Governor the Ted Kennedy Award. READ: Andrew Cuomo Wins Ted Kennedy Award For Handling Of Coronavirus Pandemic After Policies Killed Thousands In Nursing Homes
Gov. Cuomo was so impressed by how he handled the COVID crisis, he actually wrote a book to others could replicate his failures: American Crisis: Leadership Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic.