No justice here.
According to reports, The DOJ is declining to investigate Covid-19 related deaths and regulatory practices in nursing homes, across different states.
This is pretty stunning to say the least.
These were high profile scandals not too long ago.
We have to ask ourselves, if Conservative Governors were involved in these scandals, would they have went away so easily?
These reports all highlight The DOJ’s neglect:
Biden's DOJ declines to even investigate MI, NJ, PA, and NY nursing home deaths. Apparently it's no longer a crime if Democrats do it these days.
— GreatAmericanMail (@mail_american) July 23, 2021
Government protects government: DOJ declines to investigate nursing homes deaths.
— Ruben 🇺🇸 (@RubenMasso1) July 23, 2021
WLNS a local CBS affiliate reports:
The Department of Justice will not open a civil rights investigation into COVID-19 deaths in Michigan nursing homes.
That announcement on Thursday comes more than 10 months after the DOJ informed four Democratic governors, including Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, that it was exploring the possibility of such an investigation.
Justice Department declines to investigate Whitmer over nursing home deaths https://t.co/NC11Mq8cb3 it is my greatest wish that when trump gets back in. He purges all DOJ agencies of the activist. Soon if they don’t get their shit together the people are going to rise up!
— American Ronin (@hkgunny) July 23, 2021
Unbelievable. So the DOJ is cool with these govs killing all these people. Great. RT @camrynbaylee BREAKING🚨 The Department of Justice DECLINES to investigate MI, NJ, PA and NY nursing home deaths.
— JMB (@JGzGurl24) July 23, 2021
This occurred in Pennsylvania as well, according to The Associated Press:
The Justice Department told Gov. Tom Wolf’s office on Thursday that it has decided not to open an investigation into whether Pennsylvania violated federal law by ordering nursing homes to accept residents who had been treated for COVID-19 in a hospital.
The letter comes 11 months after the department told the governors of Pennsylvania, Michigan, New Jersey and New York that it wanted information to determine whether orders there “may have resulted in the deaths of thousands of elderly nursing home residents.”
The one-page letter, from Steven H. Rosenbaum, chief of the department’s special litigation section, said they had reviewed information supplied by Pennsylvania, as well as “additional information available to the department.”