Republicans across the country have criticized Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo for his administration's failed management of the nursing home situation that lead to thousands of deaths.

14 Senate Democrats have now joined the criticism and issued a statement that says Cuomo's emergency powers are "no longer appropriate" - essentially what Republicans have been saying for months, as reported by NY Daily News.


“Without exception, the New York State Constitution calls for the Legislature to govern as a co-equal branch of government,” the lawmakers said in a joint statement. “While COVID-19 has tested the limits of our people and state –– and, early during the pandemic, required the government to restructure decision making to render rapid, necessary public health judgments –– it is clear that the expanded emergency powers granted to the Governor are no longer appropriate."

Cuomo's failures were obvious to many, but it was just revealed that his administration may have hid data from the feds in hopes to avoid an investigation or consequence for their alleged failures.

This was all revealed in a startling confession by one of Cuomo's top aides who apologized in a private meeting for Cuomo withholding nursing home data.

Janice Dean, a meteorologist who lost two in-laws in New York nursing homes, has been vibrantly vocal about Cuomo's failures and constantly demanding action against him.

She may finally get her wish if Cuomo is held accountable.

WATCH Janice Dean react after Cuomo's aide admits to hiding data from the feds: