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NY Gov. Cuomo Accused of Rejecting 16,000 Ventilators in 2015 and Opting for “Triage Officers” Instead



It appears that conservatives’ greatest fears are being proved right.

For years, Republican leaders warned that Obamacare and liberal policies would be a slippery slope towards health care rationing.

Sarah Palin was viciously mocked for suggesting that “death panels” would soon be on the horizon.

Now, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, new accusations are emerging that New York Governor Cuomo has done just that.

Betsy McCaughey, the former New York Lieutenant Governor, is ringing the alarm that Governor Cuomo rejected 16,000 ventilators in 2015 after being warned to prepare for a global pandemic.

Cuomo rejected the ventilators and opted to create “triage officers” instead.

The roles of these triage officers would be to determine who gets a ventilator and who would be left to die without one, McCaughey claims. 

In short, it’s a lottery system that resembles a death panel.

More details on the new accusations below: 



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