There’s one piece of evidence that the Democrats want to keep hidden at all costs.
They don’t want to admit the deaths their policies led to.
A top Democrat dropped a hint that made her own party start panicking.
Democrats have tried to cling to the narrative that their Covid policies reduced deaths.
However, while they shut down schools, closed businesses and forced healthy individuals into isolation, many Democrat governors were forcing nursing homes filled with the most vulnerable demographic to take in patients with Covid.
While New York’s policy has been the most infamous, Democrat governors from Michigan, California, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania all enacted similar policies.
New York has never released its data.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s top aide, Melissa DeRosa, admitted back in February that Cuomo had been withholding the state’s nursing home death toll because he was afraid it would “be used against us” by federal prosecutors.
Media reports have estimated that more than 9,000 coronavirus patients were released into New York’s nursing home system.
The Federalist reported that Cuomo’s nursing home policy was “estimated to have sent nearly 6,500 patients to an early grave.”
Cuomo promises to resign due to allegations of sexual harassment, however the allegation of covering up nursing home deaths is a far bigger problem.
Yet Cuomo’s replacement, New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul, hinted on Wednesday that she may release more details when she assumes office.
A reporter asked Hochul if she would release more information.
“Will you release the nursing home data?” a reporter asked. “The nursing home data, in the alleged coverup–will you release it?”
“My administration will be fully transparent when I am governor,” Hochul responded. “I am not governor yet.”
She was also asked if she would consider pardoning Cuomo.
“If Cuomo is convicted of any criminal charges, would you consider pardoning him?” a reporter asked.
“I’m gonna tell you right now I’m talking about my vision for the state of New York,” Hochul responded. “It is far too premature to even have those conversations.”
While Cuomo has been ousted from his position, other governors might be hurt by a further investigation into nursing home deaths.
California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an order that “patients hospitalized, or receiving treatment at an alternate care site, with COVID-19 can be discharged to a [skilled nursing facility] when clinically indicated.”
Further investigation of his nursing home order could be the nail in the coffin for his career.
Newsom is facing a recall election on Sept. 14th and top Democrats are trying to keep him in office.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claimed that Newsom is a “great governor” and claimed that the recall election is “not good for children or other living things.”
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