Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Killer of 11,000 Nursing Home Patients Calls Orthodox Wedding "Disrespectful"; A Heap of Thanksgiving Hypocrisy, and other C-Virus Updates

Killer of 11,000 Nursing Home Patients Calls Orthodox Wedding "Disrespectful":
Above is a screenshot of Governor Cuomo, along with Al Sharpton, and anti-police activists, at an event over the summer. The picture is a reminder that Cuomo is as committed to masking and social distancing as Governor Newsom.
But Cuomo, unlike Newsom, also has a large Orthodox Jewish population he can scapegoat. And when the New York Post's intrepid Orthodox Jewish investigators got hold of reports of one of those underground Jewish weddings, Cuomo got on the case.
“It’s illegal. It was also disrespectful of the people of New York," Cuomo, who has been blamed for the deaths of 11,000 senior citizens by forcing nursing home patients to accept infected patients, ranted. “If it turns out that because we stopped that wedding the reaction was, 'Well we’ll have a secret wedding,’ that would be really shocking and totally deceitful.” --->READ MORE HERE
A Heap of Thanksgiving Hypocrisy:
What all those pols caught violating their own Covid-19 rules really tells us.
Californians live under some of the tightest Covid-19 restrictions in the nation. So when Gov. Gavin Newsom was recently caught without a mask at a crowded table for 12 at a posh Napa Valley eatery, he instantly became the poster boy for the “Do as I Say, Not as I Do” crowd.
He’s hardly the only one. Not long after Mr. Newsom’s visit to the French Laundry was exposed, Californians read about a delegation of their lawmakers who’d jetted to a Maui resort for a conference as everyone else was being told to avoid nonessential travel. New Yorkers earlier learned that Mayor Bill de Blasio was working out at his favorite Park Slope YMCA right as he was shutting down the city. And of course Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot made headlines for sneaking off to get their hair done when barbershops and salons were closed to everyone else.
No doubt Thanksgiving will bring fresh examples. While many citizens dutifully inform grandma there’s no room for her at the table because of new Covid-19 restrictions, someone inevitably will be caught enjoying the holiday with dozens of friends and second cousins who have flown in for some bird and gravy. And we in the press will let our righteous indignation rip.
Yours truly enjoys a good gotcha as much as the next man. And it’s easy to mock these pols for their blatant hypocrisy when they are caught. But maybe the more important lesson to be learned here is that hypocrisy is guaranteed when we impose one-size-fits-all mandates that are rigid and unworkable. --->READ MORE HERE
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