Newly sworn-in New York Governor Kathy Hochul is discovering some things about her predecessor, and needless, it’s not a good-looking picture for Andrew Cuomo. It looks like the casualties due to COVID-19 were AT LEAST 12,000 more than what Cuomo had previously reported.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul is off to a good start because she has promised more government transparency, but by the end of her first day she had to quietly acknowledge that there had been at least 12,000 more deaths in the state from COVID-19 than her predecessor had previously publicized.
New York is now reporting that at least 55,400 individuals have died from COVID in New York, based on the new death certificate data that was submitted to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is up from the previous number of 43,400 last Monday, Cuomo’s last day in office.
Various media outlets reported more than a year ago that former Governor Cuomo instituted policies that sent an endorsement of millions of dollars to nursing homes that resulted in the deaths of a tremendous amount of elderly New Yorkers. No, this wasn’t shared by the mainstream media.
New Yorkers everywhere have been sharing the stories of their elderly relatives who passed away in New York due to Cuomo policies.
Goodbye Andrew Cuomo. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.