More Trouble for Andrew Cuomo as Vaccine Distribution Investigation Widens

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has long been in denial over the in-process demise of his political career, but he may not have the luxury of ignoring reality for too much longer.

Cuomo’s trouble began with an unfathomably imbecilic decision to send overflow COVID-19 patients into the Empire State’s nursing home system, where thousands upon thousands of high-risk individuals are housed.  Then, then the affected elderly began to predictably perish, Cuomo had the gall to try covering those deaths up to save himself.

As that scandal stewed, Cuomo was hit with another round of trouble as nearly a dozen women came forward to accuse him of sexual harassment and abuse, with some shockingly admitting that the Governor had no qualms about literally groping them when he felt like doing so.

Now, in what can only be described as a surplus of ‘final’ nails for his coffin, Cuomo is now coming under fire for the way he’s handled vaccine distribution in New York State.

The Wall Street Journal reported Saturday that the state Attorney General has broadened the probe into the Cuomo administration into whether a Cuomo advisor provided access to COVID vaccines in exchange for support for the governor.

“The Big Saturday Show” discussed the governor’s allegations, stressing that Democrats should abandon party loyalty when it comes to Governor Cuomo.

“Here’s the problem,” Fox News contributor Leo Terrell said, “This is where party loyalty should be abandoned. Governor Cuomo is bad for New York and bad for the country. And what Democrats are doing, they’re still protecting him.”

A number of prominent Democratic politicians have demanded that Cuomo resign over his clear inability to lead with honor, but the grope-y governor has simply refused.

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Author: Andrew West

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