BREAKING: Governor Cuomo Faces Numerous Allegations of Abuse, Cover-Ups, And ‘Gangster Stuff’
Now that the media is finally waking up to Andrew Cuomo’s games, America is learning a lot about the New York Governor.
First, he let thousands of elderly New Yorkers die in nursing homes.
Then, he worked to cover it up with his staff.
Now, the state legislator is working to take away his emergency powers and possibly impeach him for his wrongdoing and… he’s not really taking it well.
A growing number of allegations from his staff, former rivals, and fellow politicans are flooding in to the media.
Turns out, Cuomo is not a very nice guy. (Who would’ve guessed?)
Narcicissm always seemed apparent, but it seems Cuomo’s ego gets the better of him often – and it gets pretty abusive.
According to Forbes, a former House candidate in New York, Nate McMurray, said that he received a call from a Cuomo aide on New Years Eve that began “you motherf***er,” before devolving into threats like “you’re done in politics,” for simply criticizing Cuomo for plans to attend a Buffalo Bills game.
McMurray also said his interactions with Cuomo and his team were “like gangster stuff.”
A Republican county executive who ran against Cuomo in 2018 said “we’ve all been yelled at by someone in that administration.”
One assemblywoman, Yuh-Line Niou, tweeted that she was “flooded” with stories of bullying, mistreatment, or other intimidating behavior from Cuomo.
Former Cuomo aide Lindsey Boylan has also accused the New York Governor of harassment.
Janice Dean of Fox News also tweeted that she was told by someone close to the Cuomo family to “‘Watch my back,’” when she spoke out about the deaths of her in-laws, who were both nursing home residents in Cuomo’s New York.
And that’s not even the half of it!
All this is coming to light for a really big reason, of course.
It’s because Assemblyman Ron Kim has officially stated that Cuomo called him to demand he “cover-up” for an aide who reportedly admitted to hiding or misreporting data on coronavirus deaths in nursing homes. He said that Cuomo told him, “I can destroy you.”
The mob-rule style Cuomo seems to embrace has come back to haunt him.
Maybe this bully needs a good taste of justice.