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Many New Yorkers are ushering in a grim Mother’s Day amid accusations that Democrat Governor Andrew “Cuomo killed my mom” thanks to his deadly policy that forced nursing homes to admit coronavirus patients.
The bone-headed move resulted in the deaths of thousands of senior citizens living in nursing homes.
In March, Cuomo mandated that nursing homes must accept coronavirus patients even though older people are the most at-risk to die from COVID-19. Making matters worse was the fact that nursing homes did not have personal protective equipment or COVID testing capability.
Shockingly, the mainstream media not only gave Cuomo a pass on the scandal, but lionized him as a hero.
A Twitter user shared a heartbreaking photo of a bed sheet hanging off a highway overpass in Upstate New York. The ominous words “Cuomo Killed My Mom” were scrawled in red across the sheet.
While thousands of New Yorkers mourn the deaths of their mothers under Cuomo’s hare-brained policy, he had screeched back in March that “My mother is not expendable!”
At the time, Cuomo was criticizing President Trump’s suggestion that states should reopen in phases to prevent unemployed Americans from starving to death amid indefinite lockdowns.
While the media gaslights the public by trying to convince them that Andrew Cuomo is a hero, everyday Americans see through the propaganda.
Elaine Mazzotta is a nurse whose mother died last month at a Long Island nursing home. She says Cuomo’s inane decision accelerated the outbreaks of coronavirus in nursing homes, which have proven to be breeding grounds for infectious diseases.
“The way this has been handled by the state is totally irresponsible, negligent and stupid,” Mazzotta told the AP. “They knew better. They shouldn’t have sent these [COVID-infected] people into nursing homes.”
“The Five” co-host Greg Gutfeld pointed out the idiocy of Cuomo’s deadly nursing-home policy and the hypocrisy of the media, which constantly howls that “Trump has blood on his hands” but say nothing about the actual blood that’s on Andrew Cuomo’s hands.
(Source: Fox News)
Gutfeld also mocked CNN’s Chris Cuomo, who interviewed his older brother numerous times but never once asked about the nursing-home scandal. Keep in mind that Fredo considers himself an actual “journalist.”
“As Governor Andrew Cuomo’s New York state barred people from visiting their loved ones in nursing homes, his state simultaneously forced infected patients into the same places,” Gutfeld said. “And now we hear of an extra 1,700 deaths at these homes. The death count is nearly 5,000 now.”
Gutfeld continued: “So unlike other parts of the world — where people try to slow the spread of the coronavirus — this action accelerated it. Thank God CNN anchor Chris Cuomo pressed his brother on it. In an interview on CNN, Chris Cuomo asked Gov. Andrew Cuomo: ‘Do you think you are an attractive person now because you’re single and ready to mingle?”
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) May 1, 2020
Gutfeld remarked: “It helps to have a brother in the news business. And to have a brother in government. Then scandals have a way of disappearing in a big shrug. Plus, it means more time to bash President Trump. So Chris saves his moral outrage not for friends and family, but you.”
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