A discussion of the genocidal potential for the Covid pandemic would not be complete without a hard look at its impact on the elderly. While Covid is reported to be far more dangerous for the aged, its impact on nursing home patients and the decisions leading up to the placement of Covid patients in these homes must be thoroughly dissected.
According to recent reports, somewhere between 30-50% of Covid deaths took place in nursing homes. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s much discussed decision to place Covid patients into these facilities was preceded by statements from him acknowledging the peril posed by Covid spread in these homes. In an interview he conducted on March 10 with Jake Tapper, Cuomo stated, “that’s my nightmare and that’s where you’re going to see the pain and the damage from this virus. Senior citizen homes, nursing homes, congregant senior facilities. That is my nightmare. We’ve taken steps, some drastic steps in this area, in New Rochelle, we’re talking about. We said no visitors in a nursing home.”
Cuomo went on to say, “All you need is 9-year-old Johnny to visit his grandmother in a nursing home, give her a kiss, and you can be off to the races. That’s my fear. That population in those congregate facilities. That is really what we have to watch.”
However, on March 25, a scant two weeks later, Cuomo signed his infamous order directing nursing homes to accept “stable” Covid patients without testing them.
Let that sink in for a moment. Covid patients who were known to have had the virus but not tested to see if they still had the virus were put into homes known to be a Petri dish for contagion.
As a result, Covid spread through these populations just as Cuomo had predicted, “like fire through dry grass.” As of December 28, 2020, “A USA TODAY Network New York calculation of the confirmed and presumed deaths among New York nursing home residents according to the state COVID tracker found that the total….was more than 7,600…”
This statistic is misleading, however, as it does not include the numbers of nursing home patients who were transferred to and died in hospital. Those numbers are unpublished.
The State of New York rushed to exonerate Cuomo from culpability. A report issued by State Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker insisted that the spread of the disease in nursing homes could be attributed to visitors, not to the stated policy of placing Covid patients in the homes. That policy was subsequently repealed.
Other states have also reported significant numbers of nursing home deaths from Covid.
As reported in Healthline,
…Researchers reported that these facilities accounted for 63 percent of all COVID-19 fatalities in Massachusetts.
They added that nursing homes also accounted for 81 percent of COVID-19 deaths in both Minnesota and Rhode Island at the time as well as 71 percent in Connecticut and 70 percent in New Hampshire.
In another 22 states, long-term care facilities accounted for more than half of all COVID-19 fatalities.
Another item of concern reveals that nursing home residents are dying due to lack of care rather than from the virus during this “public health emergency.” As reported in the Associated Press, nursing home residents are now dying of dehydration and malnutrition, rather than from Covid, as homes are reportedly overwhelmed by the emergency. As the article states, “As more than 90,000 of the nation’s long-term care residents have died in a pandemic that has pushed staffs to the limit, advocates for the elderly say a tandem wave of death separate from the virus has quietly claimed tens of thousands more, often because overburdened workers haven’t been able to give them the care they need.”…
Given the “care” they’re likely to receive from the medical establishment, they might be better off living on the street. At least they’d get some vitamin D, which like melatonin, is a precursor to glutathione.
Medicine is a killing machine in this country.