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Corporate Media Gave Less Than A Minute To Cuomo’s Fatal Nursing Home Policy In 2020

In my opinion the sexual allegations are a direct attempt to cover up the fact that Cuomo's easily provable, politically motivated decision to send elderly Covid positive patients back into the nursing homes resulted in thousands of deaths.

USS Comfort was docked and available, yet Cuomo refused to use it because President Trump provided it. Cuomo knew that the PR from a military hospital treating the elderly would benefit President Trump



Corporate media outlets devoted less than a minute of airtime to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s fatal nursing home policy that killed thousands in 2020, despite the fact that some outlets including The Federalist began to raise questions about the directive early in the pandemic.

At the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, many leftist networks, late-night hosts, and Democratic journalists praised Cuomo for his “remarkable show of leadership” in his state and for writing an “absolutely fantastic” book about his response. CNN, MSNBC, ABC’s “The View,” CBS, and others were quick to fawn over Cuomo’s virus updates and call for masking and lockdowns in the name of keeping people safe and healthy. While the New York Post and other outlets began to question the fatal March nursing home directive by Cuomo in April of 2020, ABC’s “World News Tonight,” the “CBS Evening News,” and “NBC Nightly News” featured conversations and coverage of the governor more than 400 times between March 1 and Dec. 31. According to the Media Research Center, only two of those stories, totaling 51 seconds of airtime, mentioned Cuomo’s deadly nursing home policy.
It wasn’t until May and then July that a handful of seconds were focused on the “controversial policy forcing nursing homes to take back COVID patients.” The extra few seconds devoted to asking Cuomo about the reportedly “controversial policy” months later were met with harsh pushback from the governor, who claimed the deaths in nursing homes were unrelated to his directive.




Anonymous 03/02/21 (Tue) 12:22:52 345354 (1) No.13087108

What this country really needs is a “Media Culpibility Act”. “Any Social Media Company, News Network, or News Outlet that covers up a scandal or crime can legally be charged as a willing accomplice to any crimes in the scandal which was covered up.” “Examples of helping cover up include having the information but refusing to cover it (example, ABC covering up Jeffery Epstein, Cuomo Nursing Home) or censorship (example, Big Tech Censorship).


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Apologies for being a bit MIA the last few days. As some of you who have been around for a while may know my wife and I had a child in 2020 who is about to turn 1. Preparations for our families celebration have been a bit hectic. Much bigger turnout than previous years. Expecting nearly 30 people. I think many of them are getting curious about what all I know.

My Facebook account weirdly took off after a video I redistributed went viral in some of the bigger groups. I scrubbed my account of any identifying information and old photos, and I accepted close to 2k friend requests. I had a conversation with a random woman on FB the other day that ask how my account does not get banned on FB. Figured it may be worth the share here. I started operating my personal account on FB like a G rated version of this site to appease the tech overlords, I have been for 3 years now. Poking and prodding to see what I can do to bypass the the algorithms without triggering them. I archive most of my shared content so I have a back up. Downloading the file to the computer will change the filename and also size on re-upload due to server side compression. I believe this to be the primary way they identify media that they want to ban and restrict across the board. I also apply camo to the really spicy memes that they may use tech like to help them locate. Many of the tech giants also employ audio sound wave identification measures but this usually only works for them with identifiable music or theme songs. Same technology Shazam uses to Identify that song on the radio you don't know the name of. Be aware of the methods available to them and you will start to find work around to post content undetected, and avoid their traps. Always remember our job is to change the hearts and minds of man. Teach truth, don't hurl insults.

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