Cuomo must have been anticipating the blow-back from his own demicidal executive orders that forced contagious persons, unable to quarantine at home, into state-funded nursing homes with vulnerable populations. The former assistant district attorney for New York City has snuck in provisions into the state’s annual budget legislation that would protect his donors that work for these “health”care facilities.
In the current environment of uncertainty and government overreach into all of our lives, there seems to be some light at the end of the government built tunnel.
Like New York, these facilities were forced ,under threat of law, to take in those recently released from hospitals and could not be rejected or even tested for COVID-19, the virus that is extremely deadly to those over the age of 65.
“Stay Home, Save Lives” is a message being delivered to us everyday by these overpaid, underworked frontline heroes. This message should, in a sane reality, resonate with the American public since medical error and malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the U.S., claiming more than 250,000 lives every year.
The pandemic’s effect on the economy will cause more damage and cost more lives than the novel coronavirus ever could achieve on its own. The longer the economic shutdown measures are kept in place, the negative effects will continuing accelerating Americans into a dangerous frontier.
The idea of people injecting themselves with disinfectant did not exist in this universe until Jim Acosta thought he could score some points on President Donald Trump with a total perverted twisting of his words.