Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel has announced there will be no state investigation into the COVID-19 nursing home deaths scandal, which was done at the behest of Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
Whitmer’s right-hand woman Nessel will be doing what she can to cover-up the scandal, similar to how she covered up voter fraud and issued threats to whistleblowers to intimidate and silence them.
“Though I will not hesitate to act when justified, I also will not abuse the investigatory powers of this department to launch a political attack on any state official, regardless of party or beliefs,” Nessel said in a statement released on Monday.
Nessel responded to concerns brought up by state senator Jim Runestad (R-White Lake) after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo received national scrutiny for implementing genocidal COVID-19 nursing home policies like Whitmer.
“Gov. Whitmer’s regional hub policy placed patients with and without COVID-19 in the same facilities and may have exacerbated the death toll in those facilities,” said Runestad in a press release.
“Questions remain regarding the accuracy of data, compliance with CDC guidelines and compliance with our state’s Freedom of Information Act. There is a critical need for a full investigation into these matters,” he added.
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