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Christina Pushaw Says NY Gov. Admitted Florida was Right

'Wow. What a mistake that was.. '

(Chris Parker, Headline USA) Florida press secretary Christina Pushaw bashed Democrat New York Governor Kathy Hochul for admitting that the leftist botched her state’s response to coronavirus and schools.

“Shortly after attacking Florida (again), NY governor admits Florida was right all along,” Pushaw tweeted.

The attack she referred to was one in which Hochul told Republicans in New York to “just jump on a bus and head down to Florida where you belong!”

“Get out of town because you do not represent our values. You are not New Yorkers,” she continued.

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While Hochul did not specifically state that “Florida was wrong all along,” she did admit that forcing remote learning over COVID was a disaster.

“…when the decisions were made to have all the kids go home and learn remotely. Wow. Wow. What a mistake that was,” she said during a speech to commemorate Women’s  Equality Day.

“Women couldn’t go their jobs. They lost their jobs, or they thought they’re back at their jobs and one child in a classroom tests positive, the whole class goes home for a week and a half. It was chaos, nothing short of chaos, and it just seems to have not ended.”

New York has finally ended their disastrous COVID policies after they frustrated parents and proved to cause more harm than good. Studies have shown that COVID restrictions were especially harmful to children.

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She also announced earlier last week that they would be ending quarantining for the year. “The days of sending an entire classroom home because one person was symptomatic or tested positive — those days are over.”

DeSantis admitted in 2020 that closing schools was one of the nation’s “public health mistakes.”

“In March we may not have had all the information, but in hindsight, knowing what we know now, the closure of schools was one of the biggest public health mistakes in modern American history,” DeSantis said. “And I think even Europe has said we shouldn’t have closed up.”

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