But will anyone in government have the guts to call murder for what it is?
The Justice Department's civil rights division will request data from the governors of four states, including New York and Michigan, as part of a preliminary investigation into whether nursing home policies implemented there caused spikes in coronavirus fatalities.
"New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan required nursing homes to admit COVID-19 patients to their vulnerable populations, often without adequate testing," the Justice Department said in a statement on Wednesday.
These are, of course, the Democrat-led states that ordered the murderous policy of putting known coronavirus victims into nursing homes where the idea of an "isolation ward" isn't even a distant dream. They murdered these people.
Led by Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband, the civil rights division will make the request for nursing home data from the governors as it considers whether to open an investigation under the "Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act."
"The Civil Rights Division seeks to determine if the state orders requiring admission of COVID-19 patients to nursing homes is responsible for the deaths of nursing home residents," Dreiband said.GRTWT.
AND THERE'S ALSO THIS: