Chris “Fredo” Cuomo and Andrew “Killa” Cuomo squandered the Cuomo family legacy established by their father.
The Uday and Qusay of New York ran roughshod over the state, as big brother ran the state and little brother ran the media. But those days have finally ended.
The embattled governor discovered that sixty-three percent of New Yorkers support removing him from office based on a recent poll. What a “fun fact” when you consider that not long ago Killa Cuomo was being touted as a potential presidential candidate. Hmm, that reminds me of Michael Avenatti.
Perhaps Cuomo can avoid extortion and jail time, but his latest tactic has people scratching their heads.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
In a play to remain in power, Cuomo offered to “not run again”, if they don’t impeach him.
Now that gambit reveals a dude drunk on power. His chances of re-election were practically zero, yet he made this offer, as if he were Caesar returning from a successful battle.
Can you imagine Cuomo serving as governor for another 15 months, unchecked? That vindictive clown would give new meaning to La Cosa Nostra, and more specifically vendetta.
What could have happened in 15 months?
In politics, 15 months is a lifetime. Just consider what has transpired over the past 15 months, and you can see my point.
Over the past 15 months Cuomo helped the coup against President Trump, as he locked down his state. Cuomo intentionally ruined New York’s economy in a diabolical plot against America. He imposed mask mandates, while killing over 15,000 elderly New Yorkers. Hollywood awarded him an Emmy for serial killing.
Next, he wrote a book about his murders and “leadership.” For that book Cuomo received accolades and millions of dollars.
I’m forgetting other exploits like, what is that? Oh yes, Cuomo sexually harassed at least 11 women without repercussions until now.
In Democrat circles of lore, Cuomo is a conquering hero. Given another 15 months at the helm, Cuomo would likely regain his status as King of New York.
And what of politicians’ pledges?
Cuomo is out. But the idea of his pledge still humors me.
“If you like your plan, you can keep your plan…period.”
Forgive me if I don’t trust Killa. I know the power of a Leftist politics. I’ve seen their games in action, like with Biden–where obvious winner became the big loser on cue in every battleground state and at precisely the same time.
So don’t hold it against me that I don’t want Cuomo spooning with Dominion Voting Systems over the next 15 months, then suddenly reneging on his pledge.
Thankfully, Cuomo got the whisper he needed to step down. Now he can prepare for private life, and pray that he doesn’t end up the cellie of Michael Avenatti.