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Dec 16 2020

Why Andrew Cuomo Probably Won’t Be Attorney General

Considering his hostility to our most basic liberties, it is fortunate that Andrew Cuomo is unlikely to become US Attorney General, despite the rumors. The media will see to it that the sexual harassment allegations die of oxygen deprivation, just like the sexual assault accusations against Joe Biden. But it can’t sweep his entire professional record under the rug, which may be why Cuomo is shying away.

Writes Betsy McCaughey:

Cuomo’s constituents are bearing the brunt of his left-wing criminal justice policies that put repeat offenders back on the streets hours after their arrest with no bail required. That includes looters — but also shooters. New Yorkers are being terrorized by a huge increase in gun violence, mostly by repeat offenders who would be behind bars if Cuomo hadn’t kowtowed to the extreme left on bail “reform.” The toll: 1,756 dead or wounded so far this year in New York City, according to the NYPD.

Only Biden’s radical handlers would consider as top law enforcement officer a guy whose hand-picked parole board “released cop killer Perry Bellamy and convicted killer Samuel Ayala, guilty of raping and murdering two mothers in front of their kids.” They might as well give the job to George Gascon.

Cuomo has eagerly pandered to the violent Black Lives Matter mob by demonizing and bullying the police. Then there is the odor of corruption (although that certainly won’t bother Biden himself):

Cuomo ran for governor in 2010, promising to clean up Albany’s culture of corruption. Then he shut down the Moreland commission created for that very purpose.

Looks like he had good reason:

[S]everal of his closest aides have been convicted and sentenced to prison, notably Joseph Percoco. … And without tagging Cuomo’s fundraising as illegal — it’s not under the state’s lax laws — he’s been largely supported by donors doing business with the state.

Let’s hope Cuomo at least refrains from quid pro quos with communist China.

Cuomo’s unseemly skeeviness may explain the thousands he killed by forcing nursing homes to accept COVID-19 patients:

The hospital industry’s lobbying organization, the Greater New York Hospital Association, is a megadonor to the state Democratic Party’s housekeeping account, which helps elect Cuomo. GYNHA’s head, Ken Raske, is usually seated at the governor’s table at events. When GNYHA was called on for campaign cash in 2018, it came through with over $1 million. No wonder Cuomo’s Health Department does the hospital industry’s bidding.

Cuomo would fit right in with the Biden/Harris crew. But the Senate confirmation would be messy, especially if the runoffs turn out well in Georgia.


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