New York Governor Andrew Cuomo labeled the Coronavirus the ‘CoVID Grinch’ this week; urging all residents to avoid large gatherings this holiday season to stop any potential “viral transmission” of the contagion.
“We’re not all happy and cheery and we’re going to come together. We’re going to do holiday celebrations, meals together, families together, students coming home… CoVID is the Grinch. Think of it that way,” said Cuomo.
“The CoVID Grinch is an opportunist, he sees this as the season of viral transmission,” he added.
“All of these things increase mobility, and they will all increase viral transmission. This is the season of the CoVID Grinch.”
The least self-aware politician in America 👇 pic.twitter.com/wnCEZiy5OP
— The First (@TheFirstonTV) November 30, 2020
Watch Governor Cuomo’s comments above.
CUOMO EXPLODES: NY Gov Berates Reporter Over School Closures, Screams ‘YOU’RE CONFUSED!!’
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo exploded during his press briefing Wednesday; berating a reporter from the Wall Street Journal when asked to comment on New York City school closures.
“What are you talking about?” yelled Cuomo. “What are you talking about? We did it already! That’s the law! Follow the facts!”
“You’re confused. Parents are not confused, you’re confused! Read the law and you won’t be confused!” screamed the Governor.
Watch Cuomo’s press conference above.
CUOMO EXPLODES: NY Gov. TRASHES ‘Politicians’ and Their ‘Narrow Interests’ for Amazon Disaster
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unloaded on a “small group of politicians” and their “narrow political interests” Thursday after Amazon confirmed they were withdrawing plans to build a massive headquarters in New York City.
“A small group politicians put their own narrow political interests above their community…The New York State Senate has done tremendous damage. They should be held accountable for this lost economic opportunity,” said Cuomo.
NEW: Gov. Andrew Cuomo: "A small group politicians put their own narrow political interests above their community…The New York State Senate has done tremendous damage. They should be held accountable for this lost economic opportunity." https://t.co/vnkdiUJXwZ pic.twitter.com/qjjYBpPCnO
— ABC News (@ABC) February 14, 2019
Rep. Ocasio-Cortez -who represents a section of New York City- hailed the decision; calling Amazon’s sudden withdrawal from the region a success for “everyday” people.