Chairman Kassar’s weekly wrap up discusses Mayor de Blasio’s dystopian path, the legislative hearing on the nursing home crisis and @cpnys being silenced by Twitter.

De Blasio Continues Down Dystopian Path

Earlier this week, Mayor de Blasio announced he would impose checkpoints at various New York City points of entry to enforce quarantine for those traveling in from out of state by car.

This is yet another stunt perpetrated by the Mayor in his bid to one up the Governor in their battle to crush New York City business, and make our once bustling city, just another over governed mess.

The Mayor has no real answers for all the problems plaguing New York City, instead he seems hell bent on finding ways to make life more difficult for New Yorker’s and tri state residents who travel in for work or pleasure.

We have seen extraordinary cooperation and sacrifices from residents and business owners who continue to try and comply with the ever- changing rules regarding where you can patronize, what you can eat, and what you can drink.

Mayor de Blasio is not built to lead the city through these tough times. We should continue to work collectively to save businesses and reward residents, a majority of whom are following social distancing guidelines daily, not add to congestion at the bridges and tunnels, making it more difficult for people who come to NYC to spend their hard-earned money.

Nursing Home Hearings

The kangaroo court organized by the Democrats in the state legislature convened earlier this week as hearings regarding the New York State Health Department’s handling of the coronavirus and nursing homes began.

Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker was questioned by state legislators on the decisions they made to place COVID-19 positive patients in nursing homes amongst residents who showed no signs of sickness.

The Department of Health has reported nearly 6,600 residents who had or likely had COVID-19 died at nursing homes. NY state has not disclosed how many nursing home residents have been infected with COVID-19.

The state has thus far failed to provide accurate data, to which GOP Senator Tom O’Mara made clear is unacceptable as Dr. Zucker and his Health Department have known for many weeks he would be testifying at the hearing.

The truth is the Democratic conference, who control the investigative committees, are failing to use their subpoena authority to compel testimony and demand records.

This investigation has started off as a sham and it is my opinion it will end as a sham.

The New York State Conservative Party continues to call for an independent investigation.

Silenced on Twitter

For the third time in as many months, Twitter has locked the state party out of their account and has failed to provide us with any information as to why we do not have access to our account.

No terms were violated, no rules were broken, and nothing inappropriate was posted to our account at any time.

I find it extremely troubling that we have been silenced on Twitter, which we used regularly to update our followers on party information and candidates state wide.

While we continue to attempt to regain access and fight Twitter’s censorship, we ask that you follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Parler to keep in touch and up-to-date on the latest news regarding the state party and our candidates.

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