Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his blah, blah, blah presser, until he did this…

Watching Governor Andrew Cuomo’s daily coronavirus updates is difficult at times; however, he must continue doing them in order of the rest of America to understand what New Yorkers are subjected to here in New York State.  His hypocrisy in beyond belief.  He certainly likes to repeat himself daily, blame every possible person and agency that he is not directly involved with and is so condescending.  Today he talks about having to have a plan, well, Governor, your plan isn’t and hasn’t worked well.  King Andrew tries to portray his knowledge – or lack thereof – as to how to recover and again demands the federal government provide the money to do so while slamming the presidential administration once again saying how Europe is responsible.  (How many times does he have to say the same things?)

Governor Cuomo has spoken!  When it is safe, he will reopen our state.  (Did he come down from the mountain with two tablets carved with his rules?)  The repetition of his pressers is disappointing, at the very least, but also good because if people are still watching daily they realize he is only a politician, not a leader.

He seems to realize that his pressers are getting stale, so today he had Rosie Perez and Chris Rock (both from Brooklyn) to help him communicate how important it is to wear masks, they begin at the 26 minute mark.   (BTW he is signing another Executive Order giving private businesses the right to deny entrance to those who do not wear masks or facial-coverings.)  They were doing a public service message, but, I was shocked when Chris Rock (who used to be a good comedian)  and Andrew Cuomo were discussing a video about a young man from Florida who was cavalier regarding the virus, recorded how much fun he was having at a party saying the virus only affected old people, and a few days later he was dead.  THEY LAUGHED!  GOVERNOR ANDREW CUOMO LAUGHED.  (At the 53 mark) Really, Gov., you say you are trying to communicate how important it is to wear a mask, then you LAUGH when a young man who was cavalier about the virus and unfortunately died.  You should be ashamed of yourself.  Keep doing your daily presser…the rest of America is getting to know the real Andrew Cuomo.

Guilty conscience, Governor?  Cuomo says Post trying to ‘kill all Democrats’ with reporting on nursing homes.

Betsy McCaughey: Cuomo nursing home scandal – Deaths likely closer to 10,000 and it gets worse.

Jason Chaffetz sounds alarm on Gov. Cuomo, says he wants to ‘cover up’ nursing home policy.

Churchill: The good and bad of Cuomo, live from Washington.  (This is from the Albany Times Union, a paper that protects our Governor.)

NY’s progressive legislature: Lawmakers pass coronavirus-related bills during remote session in Albany

No surprise here:  Labor unions call for increased taxes on wealthiest New Yorkers.

Unfortunately, no surprise here either:  Fed finds new challenge for the economy: Workers who don’t want to come back to their jobs.

So, does this mean that NY’s Attorney General doesn’t respect or even acknowledge what our First Amendment is?  Trump can’t override New York: NYC and New York State push back at the president on church reopenings.

‘A Year’s Worth of Suicide Attempts in Four Weeks’: The Unintended Consequences of COVID-19 Lockdowns.

Behind Andrew Cuomo’s stall on slashing spending to balance NY’s budget.

New York’s no-bail laws claim another horrific victim.

Victor Davis Hanson: The spreading debt virus — 5 potential cures for $30 trillion problem.

Virus fear alone not enough for mail balloting, Texas court says.

Conservative ideas and ideals are making the left very uneasy.  Why social media censorship is worse than useless.

Who get to censor him?  Twitter fact-checker has history of politically charged posts.  From the Daily Signal:  Twitter Official Overseeing Misinformation Efforts Is Anti-Trump Partisan Who Donated to Planned Parenthood

America lost a true patriot yesterday; Congressman Sam Johnson spoke at a Conservative Party dinner a few years back and left quite an impression on everyone in the room.  Rest in Peace, Congressman Johnson, and please continue to watch over America.