Republicans can't miss the moment to hold COVID regimes accountable

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Last week, we finally got confirmation that the Republicans have won the House of Representatives. This is good news, especially for those of us who want to see some accountability for the terrible COVID policies of the last few years. It’s time for House hearings into the American response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The argument that Americans want to move on and forget what happened during the pandemic is contradicted by the recent election results. Yes, Republicans were hoping for a giant red wave and what they got was a red ripple. But it’s important to note where their votes came from in the election and why that shows a hunger for accountability over pandemic policies.

New York had every single county move red and ultimately may be responsible for Republicans capturing the House. Lee Zeldin (R) lost to Kathy Hochul (D), that’s true, but his competitive race meant that he lifted up several Congressional candidates in the state.

DCCC chairman Sean Patrick Maloney lost his seat in upstate New York, Marc Molinaro won in Dutchess County and all of Long Island, Zeldin’s home turf, was awash in red. My home area of south Brooklyn

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