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    #4492 at 2020-06-22 02:51:55 (UTC+1)

    https://twitter.com/SteveScalise/status/1274829394981388296
    How is it possible select [D] governors thought it was 'safe' to push COVID-19 positive elderly patients back into nursing homes [hot zones]?
    https://medicine.yale.edu/news/medicineatyale/why-flu-is-deadly-among-the-elderly/
    "Each year, 90 percent of deaths worldwide related to influenza-A virus (IAV) strike men and women aged 65 and older."
    If the flu [influenza] is more deadly among the elderly [known] HOW IS IT POSSIBLE SELECT [D] GOVERNORS THOUGHT IT WAS 'SAFE' TO PUSH COVID-19 POSITIVE ELDERLY PATIENTS BACK INTO NURSING HOMES [HOT ZONES]?
    WHY WOULD THIS BE DIRECTED IF HOSPITALS [+US NAVY MEDICAL SHIPS [NYC-CA] +ERECTED CARE FACILITIES] HAD MORE THAN 70% CAPACITY?
    https://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/third-degree-murder-overview.html
    Someone can be accused of third-degree murder if they unintentionally cause someone else's death while committing a dangerous act.
    Negligent?
    Reckless?
    Who benefits the most?
    Why only [D] governors?
    How do you reasonably explain what occurred?
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    https://twitter.com/SteveScalise/status/1274829394981388296 How is it possible select [D] governors thought it was 'safe' to push COVID-19 positive elderly patients back into nursing homes [hot zones]? https://medicine.yale.edu/news/medicineatyale/why-flu-is-deadly-among-the-elderly/ "Each year, 90 percent of deaths worldwide related to influenza-A virus (IAV) strike men and women aged 65 and older." If the flu [influenza] is more deadly among the elderly [known] HOW IS IT POSSIBLE SELECT [D] GOVERNORS THOUGHT IT WAS 'SAFE' TO PUSH COVID-19 POSITIVE ELDERLY PATIENTS BACK INTO NURSING HOMES [HOT ZONES]? WHY WOULD THIS BE DIRECTED IF HOSPITALS [+US NAVY MEDICAL SHIPS [NYC-CA] +ERECTED CARE FACILITIES] HAD MORE THAN 70% CAPACITY? https://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/third-degree-murder-overview.html Someone can be accused of third-degree murder if they unintentionally cause someone else's death while committing a dangerous act. Negligent? Reckless? Who benefits the most? Why only [D] governors? How do you reasonably explain what occurred? [HAND MADE BANNER HANGING FROM BRIDGE: "CUOMO KILLED MY MOM"] filename: 869ebf8313f54d2cecd9fe66a0c0c06b51887ead526121712d1bc758d8be2815.png SteveScalise tweet: https://archive.fo/INg5v Police cars revolving light Alarming Data Police cars revolving light → 40% of COVID deaths have come from nursing homes → 20,000 deaths were avoidable Numbers don't lie. Cuomo does. He violated protocol & forced COVID patients into nursing homes—now he's trying to cover up the horrific outcome. He must be held accountable. [VIDEO: Rep. Steve Scalise on the Huckabee show (TBN) 40% of all COVID deaths in America were seniors in nursing homes - 5 states' governors went against the federal guidelines, decided to force those COVID positive, sent seniors back into nursing homes. 20,000 seriors who should not have died. ] 10:19 PM · Jun 21, 2020 FINDLAW: Third Degree Murder Overview https://archive.fo/nt8TW By Bridget Molitor, JD | Reviewed by Kellie Pantekoek, Esq. | Last updated June 01, 2020 Someone can be accused of third-degree murder if they unintentionally cause someone else's death while committing a dangerous act. This is different from first-degree and second-degree murder charges, where intent is generally required. Only three states have third-degree murder laws: Minnesota, Florida, and Pennsylvania.

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