New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s station in life has completely flipped between now and just one year ago. And quite frankly, we really love to see it…
Throughout most of 2020 — at the height of the COVID-19 hysteria — the wannabe mob boss was held up by the media and the rest of our country’s cultural elite as a hero of the republic. Some Democratic operatives even planted the idea that he could be a last-ditch replacement for Joe Biden in the run-up to the 2020 election. Even after the former Vice President secured the Democratic Party’s nomination, it was widely speculated that Cuomo was setting himself up for his own campaign after a one-term presidency from Biden.
Today, Cuomo is regarded as the number one reason why New Yorkers are packing up and moving as fast as they are able to. Florida Governor Ron Desantis has playfully referred to him as one of the best real estate agents for his state alongside others like Michigan’s Gretchen Whitmer.
Oh, and there’s the fact that upwards of a dozen women have come forward accusing him of sexual assault. So…that’s pretty bad, right? And we haven’t even mentioned that he’s still under investigation for forcibly keeping COVID-19 patients in nursing homes, causing an untold amount of death, and lying to the federal government about it to make himself look better.
Once you understand all of the specifics, it’s hard to find any humor in the situation. How could you? Thousands of people were killed as a direct result of Cuomo’s policies. However, there is also the fact that Cuomo released a book where he praises himself for his stunning leadership in taking New York out of the pandemic — which is admittedly hilarious.
Andrew Cuomo is the product of a political dynasty. It started with his father Mario Cuomo decades ago, and includes his brother Chris “Fredo” Cuomo’s PR position as a CNN commentator. It’s just part of a bigger swamp that needs to be drained as soon as patriots are able to take back the reigns of power.
Here’s the DC Shorts with some of Cuomo’s absolute worst moments from the past year.