New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has a brand new book to be released, and it’s all about his experience “leading” New York through the coronavirus pandemic.
The title should be, “Needless Deaths: How I Caused the Death of 11,000 Elderly People in Nursing Homes.”
In an out-of-the-blue announcement on Tuesday, publisher Crown said the governor’s third book, “American Crisis,” will be released on Oct. 13, promising readers a “remarkable portrait of leadership during crisis and a gritty story of gut-wrenching choices that point the way to a safer future for us all.”
This has got to be a joke. New York has one of the worst records for handling the Chinese virus pandemic, and Cuomo has made some catastrophic decisions that needlessly cost people their lives.
Cuomo, 62, additionally looks back on his 40 years in public service and shares his interactions with the White House.
“If you don’t feel fear, you don’t appreciate the consequences of the circumstance,” Cuomo wrote. “The questions are what do you do with the fear and would you succumb to it. I would not allow the fear to control me. The fear kept my adrenaline high and that was a positive. But I would not let the fear be a negative, and I would not spread it. Fear is a virus also.”
The book also claims to detail a “clear game plan” for battling coronavirus, in light of New York having the lowest infection rates in the country months after it was the CV-19 epicenter. So, his book is going to say forget about all those deaths in the first two-thirds of the pandemic, and praise me for how it looks now.
Over the past few months, Cuomo has been criticized for waiting too long to close schools, subways and other indoor facilities and for the excessive number of deaths at New York nursing homes, which has been blamed partly on his order that the vulnerable facilities take in CV-19-positive sufferers, resulting in some 11,000 deaths among nursing home residents, according to an AP analysis.
An audiobook version of “American Crisis” will also be available, read by Cuomo himself, which is highly unusual. Most authors don’t do their own audio reading of their book. It’s just tacky.
Cuomo gained a national following over his dealing with of the pandemic — with “Cuomosexuals” mourning the end of his daily press briefings and his office peddling copies of his “New York Tough” victory-lap poster for $14.50.
The three-term Democrat has additionally authored “All Issues Potential: Setbacks and Success in Politics” in 2014 and “Life and Crossroads: The Way forward for American Politics” in 2003.
What’s really going on is Andrew Cuomo screwed up his handling of the virus so badly that thousands of needless deaths happened thanks to his poor management and leadership skills, and now he’s trying to get ahead of it by coming out with a book that is guaranteed to be filled with lies. How do we know? Because he’s blatantly lying now.
Cuomo is on video praising the president and his administration. He did it multiple times, because the president made sure that Cuomo and New York had everything they needed to combat the virus. It is also a matter of record that Cuomo failed his state by not having the right amount of supplies and equipment ready for a pandemic of this nature, even though the state went through more test runs for a coronavirus outbreak than any other. President Trump made up for Cuomo’s incompetence, and now the governor has the gall to accuse Trump of mishandling things. And because we no longer have a free and honest news media, those clowns will continue to repeat Cuomo’s lies to help trash the president.
Don’t forget that Andrew Cuomo was President Bill Clinton’s HUD secretary, and he was the one who fended off complaints from bank presidents and CEOs about the Clinton administrations’s forcing banks to make bad mortgage loans to people they knew could never pay them back. Cuomo’s response to their dire predictions of economic collapse was to order them to use the subprime market to facilitate the bad loans. That decision exacerbated the 30+ year Democratic Party housing market scam, which eventually led to the 2008 economic crash that the Democrats then blamed on President George W Bush.
Everything Andrew Cuomo touches turns to [rhymes with quit].
Rich is syndicated opinion columnist for David Harris Jr. and owner of Maga-Chat.com. He writes about politics, culture, liberty and faith.
MAGA-Chat.com, where free speech is still free. JOIN the revolution!