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Fox News: David Bossie: Cuomo nursing home deaths scandal should lead to resignation or impeachment – it's that simple

Our nation is now seeing the true cost of Cuomo's disastrous leadership.

On March 25, 2020, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sentenced tens of thousands of New York's most vulnerable residents to die. The now-infamous directive, sent to nursing home administrators, directors of nursing, and hospital discharge planners, forced nursing homes to accept patients who had either contracted COVID-19 or had been exposed to others infected with the virus.

Over the following months frustrated New Yorkers demanded answers about the circumstances that led to the deaths of their loved ones. This determined group of grieving families stood firm and vowed to do what politicians and their allies in the mainstream media refused to do—hold Cuomo accountable.

One of these New Yorkers is Fox News' Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean. Last spring, Dean lost both her mother- and father-in-law as a result of Cuomo's incompetence and negligence.

While Gov. Cuomo secured lucrative book deals, lavished in the praise of a sycophantic mainstream media, and even received an Emmy from left-wing Hollywood for his TV press briefings, Dean and others were pressuring the governor for answers.

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