DOJ will not investigate nursing homes mass murder in blue States
Tens of thousands of deaths in Michigan and Pennsylvania in nursing homes during the Covid-19 pandemic will remain part of the 2020 statistics.
The most vulnerable and unprotected segment of the population entrusted their lives to Gretchen Whitmer and Tom Wolf, but instead of rescuing, they were moved to those infected with the deadly virus, not having a vaccine in their hands and not using Hydroxychloroquine, only because it was promoted by the Republican President.
Now, the liberal majority in the Department of Justice as decided to shield Whitmer and Wolf from prosecution for the deaths of elderly men and women.
“The Justice Department told Gov. Tom Wolf’s office on Thursday that it has decided not to open an investigation into whether Pennsylvania violated federal law by ordering nursing homes to accept residents who had been treated for COVID-19 in a hospital,” the AP reported.
Gretchen Whitmer will also go unpunished.
“The Justice Department declined to open a civil rights investigation into Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s policies for nursing homes during the coronavirus pandemic,” the Washington Examiner reported.
This trend leads to the conclusion that the other two states with the highest mortality rates in nursing homes, New York and New Jersey, will simply bury the corpses of tens of thousands of elderly people, without looking for those responsible for their deaths.
More than 7,000 nursing home patients have died from Covid-19 in New Jersey, according to official information. This is almost half of all deaths in the State for all time.
“More than 7,300 residents of New Jersey's nursing homes, veterans homes, and long-term care facilities have died from COVID-19. Nearly half of the state's coronavirus deaths have occurred among these vulnerable populations,” says the petition. “Whistleblowers have hinted that dangerous policy directives, misrepresented data, and arbitrary decision-making by the Murphy Administration contributed to a wildfire of infection and death in these facilities that could have been prevented.”
Most residents of the state also rebelled against the Governor of New York, nevertheless, Andrew Cuomo continued to "serve" despite the hatred of voters, and despite the genocide of the elderly.
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