Victims of COVID-19 rip off Gov. Cuomo for not saying sorry

The death of a COVID-19 patient who succumbed after being dumped in a nursing home, ripped off “gaslighting” by Andrew Cuomo for gonging, and then covered – the state’s fatal response to the epidemic.

“He constantly lies and gaslights us and names us right from the beginning,” Daniel Erbeni Told fox and friends Earlier this week, the governor’s brother should ask him to ask tough questions.

“In May, I asked CNN to apologize. today, [Gov. Cuomo] Still blaming and disregarding us. I’m asking CNN, Chris Cuomo, his brother, to interview us and find out what really happened. “

Norman, an 89-year-old Korean War veteran father of Daniel and his brother Peter Erbeni, died of COVID-19 in April when Sr. was sent home from a nursing home.

They assume that Norman caught the bug at the hospital before the overwhelmed facility rushed him to a care center in Brooklyn, which did not test him for the virus and was ill to handle his severe symptoms.

Gov.  Andrew Cuomo is at the center of a scandal in which he allegedly hid COVID-19 nursing home death numbers.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is at the center of a scandal in which he allegedly hid COVID-19 nursing home death numbers.
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Norman died 12 hours after receiving positive test results at home.

Daniel and his brother Peter Erbeni are asking that Chris Cuomo interview them to ask what exactly happened after his father's death in his nursing home.
Daniel and his brother Peter Erbeni are asking that Chris Cuomo interview them to ask what exactly happened after his father’s death in his nursing home.
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Both are some of Cuomo’s deadliest critics of the Koroma virus crisis. In October, he made a mockery for the “leadership and integrity” of the Democratic governor.

The brothers’ renewed resentment is in a special report in the post that the Cuomo administration tried to cover up the actual deaths of COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes, fearing it to be “used against us” in a federal investigation.

Cuomo has faced severe backlash for his March order to allow COVID-19 patients in critical nursing homes, thousands of deaths.

On Monday, the governor issued an apology – but it was not for families who lose ones because of their controversial order.

“Look I have said repeatedly, we made a mistake in making a zero,” Cuomo said at a press conference. “Zero allowed misinformation and conspiracy.”

Peter also worked at Cuomo – who won an Emmy for his daily coronovirus press briefing – who wants to make himself proud. “

Daniel Erbeny, left, and his brother Peter Erbeny posed with medical staff at the Cobble Hill Health Center during the evening salute as they donate 100 N95 masks with MPs to the center in memory of their father, Norman Urbanie.

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Donnie Toochman, left, CEO of Cobble Hill Health Center, talks to community members and their employees as Daniel Erbeny and his brother Peter Erbeny in New York on May 13, 2020.

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On May 13, 2020, people are happy for the medical staff at the Cobble Hill Health Center during an evening salute in New York.

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“He must learn his mistakes,” Peter said. “Well, you have done things right but you have also done things wrong. And it is stupid for thousands of family members not to apologize to any family member. He has unfortunately forgotten his father’s face.

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