BREAKING: Rauner Admits Quincy Facing “Health Crisis” After His Fatal Mismanagement
In Friday News Dump, Rauner Passes Buck After Years of Outbreaks
Chicago, IL – Despite telling the Crain’s editorial board the he has no regrets about his fatal mismanagement of the Quincy Veterans’ Home, Bruce Rauner’s administration admitted today that the home is facing a “health crisis” in a Friday news dump.
Bruce Rauner once again failed to take charge and passed the buck to another administration official to put an end to his fatal crisis. The failed governor made the announcement years after the Rauner administration noted the situation looked like the “beginning of an epidemic” and months after WBEZ published its investigation into the crisis.
“Bruce Rauner fatally mismanaged the Quincy Veterans’ Home and took years to admit he created a health crisis that he still refuses to fix,” said Pritzker campaign spokeswoman Jordan Abudayyeh. “Instead of taking swift action when this began, Rauner let 13 people die on his watch and is now doubling down and not taking charge.”