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Why Did Biden’s DOJ Drop The Investigations Against CROOKED Democrat Governors?

A 2020 study has revealed some mortifying statistics regarding coronavirus deaths. Apparently, at least 45% of all coronavirus fatalities occurred in nursing homes, even though this is despite the fact that only 0.6% of the U.S. population currently resides in a nursing home.

Last August, the Department of Justice requested some data from four different Democrat governors on their orders to send sick COVID-19 sufferers to nursing homes.

Several news outlets reported last year that five different Democrat governors sent COVID-19 patients to nursing homes. According to Jordan Schachtel at Medium, these individuals were Gavin Newsom of California, Andrew Cuomo of New York State, Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania, Phil Murphy of New Jersey, and Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan.

However, last Friday something interesting happened. For whatever reason, the Biden Department of Justice dropped all of the investigations into these Democrat governors who simply tossed these COVID patients aside, placing them in nursing homes where they died by the tens of thousands.



Justice is going to be something that is hard to come by for the tens of thousands of Americans who have been killed due to the irresponsible policies of these underhanded Democrats. This is absolutely shameful, folks. These Democrats really dropped the ball when it came to these COVID-19 fatalities in the nursing homes. However, the fact that Biden’s Department of Justice is complicit in these deaths makes it worse. Flawed leadership from the Biden team, folks. Flawed leadership all around.

These politicians need to be held accountable, but it truly is a sad day. It certainly doesn’t look like any of this is going to result in any type of closure, to say the least.



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