Cuomo To Out of State Health Care Workers: PAY UP!
Health care workers who selflessly traveled to New York to assist in the fight against COVID-19 are getting a very warm welcoming from Governor Cuomo: state taxes.
Medical professionals from around the country that answered the Governors call for help will pay taxes on income, even if they were only making money in the states they came from.
Cuomo, who has been begging the Federal Government for a bailout from the financial crisis he, and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio created, has unconscionably decided to raid the pockets of those who came to New York to save lives.
“We’re not in a position to provide any more subsidies right now because we have a $13 billion deficit, “ Governor Cuomo said Tuesday.
Governor Cuomo has been shaking down New York taxpayers leading to mass outmigration. Now, he’s found a way to punish taxpayers who don’t even live in New York State. Their only crime, spending more than 14 days in New York saving lives.
In true Cuomo fashion, he continues to blame everyone else for his administrations’ runaway spending and bloated state budget. This is no way to treat individuals who sacrificed their own health to protect New York residents.
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Communist China’s Cover-up
United States Government officials have reason to believe the Communist Party of China covered up the deadly extent of COVID-19, allowing themselves to stockpile much needed medical supplies, knowing how contagious and easily spread the disease was.
A report released by the Department of Homeland Security Intelligence last week concludes leaders of China’s Communist Party “intentionally concealed the severity” of the pandemic.
The report goes on to say China also delayed critical information to the World Health Organization while their orders and imports of protective masks, plastic gloves and surgical gowns grew at a rapid rate.
The United States and China have been at odds over the coronavirus epidemic as the U.S. and other countries continue to investigate China’s downplaying of the virus and failure to properly notify world leaders.
While the Chinese government insists they have been transparent, Beijing continues to be adamantly opposed to an independent international inquiry into COVID-19.
The Coronavirus brought the world to its knees and as we continue to rebuild our global economy following the shutdown, it is imperative the Chinese government cooperate with investigators to get to the bottom of what happened and work to prevent future health pandemics.
Cuomo’s Department of Labor Leaving New Yorker’s Stranded
New York residents have been holding up their end of the bargain since the beginning of the states shutdown. They’ve closed their businesses, stayed home, and distanced themselves from loved ones and friends. Now, it is time New York hold up their end of the deal and deliver the unemployment benefits so many New Yorker’s are still without.
Governor Cuomo’s Department of Labor has failed to provide it’s citizens with much needed funds, while providing very little information as to when businesses can start to open, putting employees back to work.
“Especially troubling is the reality that under current conditions, these claims may be pending for several more weeks. These individuals have already waited, in some cases, months, with little information,” Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay said. “By not getting their money in a timely manner, New York State is failing them,” he added.
Governor Cuomo’s years of financial mismanagement had us ill-prepared for the doomsday type scenario we are currently experiencing with the shutdown of our state economy. With a budget deficit of more than $13 billion, a state spending 89% more per student than the national average, a Labor Department failing to provide aid to New Yorker’s who are still forced to keep businesses closed and employees home, it is clear this catastrophe is too big for Governor Cuomo.
His reckless spending and failure to get the state budget under control years prior to this crisis, has left New Yorker’s financially crippled, led by an administration who’s only plan appears to be begging Washington for more money.
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