SURPRISE! Manhattan DA Won’t Charge Andrew Cuomo Over COVID Nursing Home Deaths

In another case of selective justice, the Manhattan DA’s office has announced that it will not pursue charges against former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo over the deaths of thousands of elderly New Yorkers in nursing homes from COVID.

Meanwhile, every single day we see reports about the continued case against President Trump over January 6th.

It must be great to be a Democrat. You can get away with pretty much anything.

Politico reports:

Manhattan DA won’t charge Cuomo in nursing home probe, lawyer says

Prosecutors in Manhattan have concluded former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo did not break the law when his administration misled the public about the number of Covid-19 deaths tied to nursing homes, the Democrat’s former attorney said on Monday.

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Elkan Abramowitz, who served as outside counsel to Cuomo’s office, said in a statement that the former governor was told Monday by the head of the Manhattan district attorney’s Elder Abuse Unit that the office had completed a “thorough investigation“ and would not bring charges.

“As we have said all along — there was no evidence to suggest that any laws were broken,” Abramowitz said in the statement.

The district attorney’s office did not immediately return request for comment. It was unclear if the decision was made under DA Alvin Bragg, who took office Saturday, or predecessor Cyrus Vance.

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Key context: Cuomo, who resigned in August amid allegations of sexual harassment, faced more than a year of scrutiny for his handling of Covid-19 deaths in nursing homes. The state attorney general’s office released a report in 2021 accusing the state of drastically undercounting Covid-19 deaths in the facilities.

What about the families of the people who died?

He should have to face consequences over this.


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