New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo found himself in hot water again as new reports indicate state attorney general expands investigation into whether administration has pushed access to vaccines for political purposes.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday that the state attorney general had broadened the investigation into the Cuomo administration to find out whether a Cuomo advisor had given access to COVID vaccines in exchange for supporting the governor.
“The Big Saturday Show” discussed the governor’s claims, stressing that Democrats should give up party loyalty with respect to Governor Cuomo.
“Here’s the problem,” said Leo Terrell, Fox News contributor, “This is where party loyalty should be abandoned. Governor Cuomo is bad for New York and bad for the country. And what the Democrats are doing. , they always protect him. “
Fox News contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy also slammed mainstream media for their glorification of the governor’s leadership during the COVID pandemic.
“They are part of this Democratic machine,” Campos-Duffy said. “You know, they’re really invested in him. They’ve really supported him this summer as a savior and COVID as Donald Trump’s foil. And I mean, with every shoe that falls, Hollywood and the media seem to be on. Getting worst.”
“It’s hard for me to feel sorry for New Yorkers because if this happened in my state everyone would try to bring it out,” Campos-Duffy added, wondering how the beleaguered governor could survive politically. .
“I don’t understand how he continues to survive, but it’s the New Yorkers, the Democrats, the media and the political machine that keep pushing the oxygen in this guy. And he’s just amazing to watch. . “
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Amid the nursing home scandal and sexual harassment allegations made against Cuomo, the governor still refuses to step down.
“People know the difference between playing politics, bowing to nullify culture and truth. Let the review go on, I’m not going to quit.” Cuomo said at a press conference in March.
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