Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are both living in their own worlds and have little respect for the people who are outside their circle. The Syracuse Post headline read "Cuomo on Trump: We won't allow federal government that 'attacks immigrants'." The article contains this quote from the Governor, "If any immigrant feels that they are under attack, I want them to know the state of New York -- the state that has the Statue of Liberty in its harbor -- is their refuge," Cuomo said. "...We won't allow a federal government that attacks immigrants in our state."
Mayor de Blasio said this “We are not going to sacrifice a half-million people who live among us, who are part of our community,” he said. “We are not going to tear families apart,” which lead to this NY Daily News Editorial "De Blasio stands tall: Kudos to the mayor for committing to protect New York's undocumented immigrant population." NYC may even "scrub" records of undocumented immigrants.
Two days later, Gov, Cuomo doubled down and the headline reads "Cuomo vows to ‘stand up’ for New Yorkers against Trump, and even sent a fundraising email stating "“Whether you are gay or straight, Muslim or Christian, rich or poor, black or white or brown, we respect all people in the state of New York...” the exceptions, of course, are Conservatives.
These two men who swore/affirmed/pledged to uphold the United States Constitution have clearly stated they have contempt for the system outlined in the one document they used to become elected officials in the greatest country ever.
This is why Donald J. Trump is President-Elect Trump.
The Heritage Foundation wants to know is the wall possible? What Trump Can Do on Immigration.
Deroy Murdock writes in National Review that Voters just saved America from disaster, and for that they should be thanked.
Seriously, Hillary? Your actions, your "what difference, at this time, does it make," your unsecured server, your lies, your lack of accomplishments, your lack of transparency, you are the reason you lost.
The City Journal examines the scorecard.
Kudos to Congressman-elect John Faso. It isn't everyday that a Congressman-Elect is the subject of a glowing NY Post editorial.
E. J. McMahon reminds us that Governor Cuomo is behind schedule in issuing the state’s Mid-Year Financial Plan Update—maintaining his perfect record of never once complying with the state Finance Law provision requiring such a report by Oct. 30.