EXPOSED: NY policy forced nursing homes to take in COVID-19 patients
Oh, Gov. Cuomo! You can't seem to get anything right. Even when you're technically right, you're still very wrong.
Pro tip: It IS common for nursing homes to send those who fall ill to the hospital for more intensive care. However, it's uncommon for hospitals to send those needing critical care to a nursing home for intensive care. And yet, policy forced New York nursing homes to support hospitals by taking in COVID-19 patients. Why? Because propaganda said, "hospitals could not handle the influx of COVID-19 patients."
The policy enforced in Cuomo's state resulted in a tragically high number of nursing home deaths related to COVID-19. It's reasonable to doubt Gov. Cuomo when he tells the American people his lovely state of New York "did everything possible to keep COVID-19 out of nursing homes." Why? Because policy dictates that nursing homes could not turn away COVID-19 patients, making the exact opposite true.
Cuomo finally announced last week that nursing homes would no longer be forced to accept patients with COVID-19.
Steven Crowder takes a look Gov. Cuomo's policies:
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