Coronavirus

BLAME ANYTHING! Cuomo Blames Donald Trump, Racism, 'Injustice' for New York's CoVID Debacle

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.23.21

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke to reporters at a vaccination site in Brooklyn Monday morning; blaming former President Donald Trump for the limited number of doses available to his constituents.

“This nation does not have enough supply of the vaccine. When President Biden walked into office, the cupboard was basically bare… We have more Americans searching for the vaccine than we actually have the vaccine,” said Cuomo.

“Not enough supply for the number of people who need the vaccine… CoVID highlighted the injustice and racism in society,” he added. “People don’t trust the vaccine. It’s a lack of trust in the system by the black community.”

Watch Cuomo’s comments above.

BLAME GAME: NY Governor Blames ‘Staffers’ for Bringing Deadly CoVID Pandemic into Nursing Homes

posted by Hannity Staff - 10.14.20

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo continued to deflect criticism of his handling of the deadly Coronavirus pandemic in recent days; telling reporters that “staffers” brought the contagion into nursing homes.

“We never told a nursing home: ‘You have to accept a CoVID positive person.’ The hospitals were never overwhelmed. We were never in a situation where we had to have a nursing home accept them,” said Cuomo.

“The law is exactly the opposite… We never got to the point where we had a scarcity of beds. People think you’re supposed to believe the president — they are very good at spreading misinformation and it was mean and it was cruel,” he added.

“We’ve done a full study of it, the virus came into nursing homes from the staff!” said the Governor.

Watch Cuomo’s comments above.

BIG APPLE BACKLASH: Poll Shows Majority Disapprove of Cuomo’s Handling of Nursing Home Fiasco

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.17.21

From Fox New:

A majority of New Yorkers disapprove of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s handling of reporting nursing home deaths amid continuing controversy over an alleged cover-up by his administration — although overall approval of his handling of the pandemic remains high.

The Siena College poll of New York state voters found that only 39% approved of his handling of making public data related to nursing home deaths while 55% disapprove.

Cuomo has been under fire for his handling of nursing homes in the early days of the pandemic — specifically a March 25 order that required nursing homes to take in COVID patients. But the controversy exploded last week after it emerged that a top Cuomo aide told Democrats that the administration “froze” amid an investigation from the Justice Department.

“Because then we were in a position where we weren’t sure if what we were going to give to the Department of Justice, or what we give to you guys, what we start saying, was going to be used against us while we weren’t sure if there was going to be an investigation,” aide Melissa DeRosa said in remarks first reported by the New York Post.

Those remarks came after a damning report by state Attorney General Letitia James that found the state undercounted nursing home deaths by as much as 50%.

The poll was conducted between Feb 7-11, so mostly before the Post’s story dropped on Feb. 11, but after the dropping of the report by the Attorney General’s office.

However, the new Siena poll shows that, despite the controversy over the nursing home data, Cuomo’s approval ratings on the pandemic more broadly remain solid in the Empire State. The poll found that voters approve of his handling 61-34, down only slightly from 63-32 last month. Voters also approved of Cuomo’s communication (67%) and providing accurate information (61%.)

Read the full report here.

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