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New York’s Luv Guy

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , on August 20, 2021 by andelino

Gov. Andrew “Fredo” Cuomo, the Emmy Award winner and brother of CNN host Chris “Fredo” Cuomo, announced his resignation amid disturbing allegations of sexual harassment.

“Given the circumstances, the best way I can help now is if I step aside,” Cuomo said while continuing to deny any wrongdoing. “Everything I have ever done has been motivated by that love and I would never want to be unhelpful in any way.”

New York Attorney General Letitia James announced that an independent investigation concluded Gov. Cuomo had sexually harassed 11 women.

“The three-term governor’s decision was announced as momentum built in the Legislature to remove him by impeachment. It came after New York’s attorney general released the results of an investigation that found Cuomo sexually harassed at least 11 women. Investigators said he subjected women to unwanted kisses; groped their breasts or buttocks or otherwise touched them inappropriately; made insinuating remarks about their looks and their sex lives; and created a work environment rife with fear and intimidation.”

Cuomo, dubbed the “Sausage Luv Guv” by thirsty liberals, journalists, and other “Cuomosexuals” who swooned during his press briefings at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, is merely the latest object of liberal media obsession to meet an ignominious end.

Celebrity porn lawyer Michael Avenatti, for example, was enthusiastically embraced as a “savior of the republic” for saying mean things about Donald Trump on television. He was even considered a serious contender to win the Democratic nomination for president.

In February 2020, Avenatti was convicted on an array of charges, including extortion, fraud, embezzlement, and tax evasion. He was later sentenced to 30 months in federal prison.

Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul will replace Cuomo as governor of New York.

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Diary of Death

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on April 2, 2021 by andelino

Whatever one’s opinion of Andrew “Fredo” Cuomo, we can all agree “Sausage Aficionado” had an eventful year.

As the most “despised” governor of New York, Cuomo was at the forefront of America’s public reckoning with the COVID-19 pandemic. He was the first politician since Ross Perot to become a “global celebrity” and “sex symbol” by giving PowerPoint presentations.

He wrote a book about his leadership prowess, then accepted an International Emmy Award as new cases of the virus surged to record levels. Through it all, he still found time to sexually harass his female subordinates.

More than 12,000 New Yorkers have died since October 13, when “American Crisis: Leadership Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic” hit bookshelves.

Cuomo is no longer the #Resistance rock star he was in the early days and weeks of the pandemic, when thousands of nursing home patients were dying on his watch, and his administration was deliberately hiding the data to avoid negative press.

The extent to which the “Butcher of Albany” was slavishly deified in the media cannot be overstated. The thirst, as the saying goes, was real. As it turned out, avoiding negative press coverage was rather easy, given the circumstances.

In the eyes of professional journalists and other psychopaths incapable of merely liking a politician, Cuomo was a certified PILF. They gave him a variety of sexually charged nicknames—the “Luv Guv,” and “Sausage Aficionado” — that ring differently in light of the “sexual harassment” allegations.

“I want to see you eat the whole sausage,” the Democratic governor is heard telling then-News Channel 9 reporter Beth Cefalu, as his daughter Michaela sits uncomfortably  next to him, according to the video shared by journalist Matt Binder.

“I don’t know if I should eat the whole sausage in front of you, but I’m definitely going to eat it,” responds Cefalu, now a reporter and anchor at News 12 Westchester.

Cuomo then invites Cefalu — who snaps a Selfie with him while holding up her plate — to sit at his table. “There’s too much sausage (penis) in that picture,” Cuomo says in the cringe worthy exchange, prompting laughter from other diners.

The most significant difference between then and now? Donald Trump is no longer president. “Cuomomania” never would have happened otherwise. Molly Jong-Fast, author of the Vogue piece “Why We Are Crushing on Andrew Cuomo Right Now,” recently admitted as much.

For what it’s worth, she was also a fan of #Resistance porn lawyer Michael Avenatti and an unpaid adviser to the Lincoln Project. Being the “bad boy” who opposes Trump can be a lucrative career path, so long as you avoid committing felonies. Easier said than done, apparently.

The early reviews of “American Crisis” weren’t very interested in what the heroic author had to say about his own leadership during the pandemic. Instead, they fixated on Cuomo’s criticism of Trump.

Few even questioned his decision to write the book—a de facto declaration of victory over a pandemic that wasn’t over. Even Trump waited until after the election to start selling those commemorative coins.

“Mafiosi” Cuomo, according to the New York Times, first mentioned the idea of writing a book in July, just days after his administration released a doctored report on the number of COVID-related deaths among New York nursing home patients.

Cuomo’s policies were not to blame, the report concluded. Criticism of the state’s (doctored but still high) nursing home death toll, Cuomo writes in the book, was “a lie” orchestrated by “Trump people” and Fox News.

That was a perfectly adequate defense at the time, but Trump’s absence from the political stage means the news cycles are normal again. Cuomo, among others, has withered under the most basic scrutiny.

Charlotte Bennett, 25, said her 63-year-old boss asked if she would have sex with older men. Credit: Twitter

In addition to the sexual harassment scandal, Democratic lawmakers are investigating his handling of the nursing home deaths, and airing fresh grievances about his notoriously volatile temper.

Some Democrats think impeachment should be on the table, as others question the governor’s ability to survive a primary challenge in 2022.

It’s a shame that Cuomo’s book has been spared the scrutiny it deserves. Not that anyone’s still reading it. Sales of American Crisis have “ground to a near halt in the last month.”

The Free Beacon purchased one of about 400 copies sold since January 23. Despite its billing as a “remarkable portrait of selfless leadership,” the book is best enjoyed as a “cry for help from a deeply disturbed man.”

Cuomo describes the various stress management tactics he employed at the height of the pandemic. Most of them involved his late father, Gov. Mario Cuomo. He would literally wear his father’s old shoes on “difficult” days.

Sometimes he would lie in bed and have imaginary conversations with dad. “I would list a fact pattern and ask him what he thought,” he writes. “And then I would provide his analysis.” This made him “feel as if I were not alone.”

Psychological experts, who had a field day analyzing Trump, will find fertile ground in the pages of “American Crisis.” For example, Cuomo goes on an extended rant about how his younger brother Chris, the CNN personality, is considered the “funny” one in the family.

It’s only because their father was “much more tolerant than he had been with me” and “encouraged Chris’s humor.” People wouldn’t think Chris was so funny if he had to deal with the constant media scrutiny that comes with being governor of New York, he insists.

As previously mentioned, the rant is an extended one. Cuomo keeps going, complaining that during their numerous interviews on CNN, his playful gibes at Chris weren’t considered “cute,” while his brother’s gibes were.

“Sausage Aficionado” Andy was in a “no-win position” and couldn’t adequately convey to the viewing public just how funny he really is. “I am funny,” Cuomo concludes, forcefully. “Many people don’t know that I am funny. But I am. Actually, I am very funny.”

His own insistence notwithstanding, Cuomo’s talent for comedy is not universally accepted. “At work sometimes I think I am being playful and make jokes that I think are funny,” Cuomo, 62, recently explained in response to a former aide’s accusation of sexual harassment.

Lindsey Boylan claims Cuomo kissed her on the lips and suggested they play strip poker. Credit: Getty Images

According to the aide, 25, the governor’s “jokes” included asking if she “had ever been with an older man” while the two were alone in his office.

There are photos of NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo holding a woman who said the event happened against her will. There are numerous accusations and reports that the governor tried to kiss these women, to which they said no. He continued to pursue them and they attempted to get away from him, even transferring jobs to get away from him.

During the early days of the pandemic, comedian John Oliver said he couldn’t wait “to get to the other side of this when I can go back to being irritated by Andrew Cuomo again.” Welcome to the other side.

“Cuomo is famously unpleasant,” Oliver ranted irritably over the weekend. “Even before the current scandals, there was something gross about Cuomo’s glee in his public adulation last year.”

Well, duh. Some of us knew as much already. Ditto the “scumbag” Avenatti and the Lincoln Project “grifters.”

Maybe one of these days we can finally admit that making funny faces while lip-syncing Donald Trump’s rambling soliloquies was not, in fact, the comedic achievement of the decade.

For now, we can all do our best to remember, lest the scandals distract us, that “Mafiosi” Andrew Cuomo has pierced nipples.

That’s pretty funny.

The Nursing Home Killer
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The Left Wants to Cancel a Cartoon, But Not Andrew Cuomo
Cuomo – “Eat the Whole Sausage” vs. “Kiss my Penis”
The Fredo Gate

The Nursing Home Killer

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on June 25, 2020 by andelino


Have you seen the Nursing Home Killer? Please contact your local FBI office or submit a tip electronically if you have information about Andrew “Fredo” Cuomo.

New York FBI
26 Federal Plaza, 23rd Floor
New York, NY 10278-0004
(212) 384-1000Cuomo is responsible for the deaths of 6,250 at-risk elderly patients after he knowingly sent COVID 19 patients to New York State’s nursing homes instead of any of the far safer places where the pandemic would not have spread to the most vulnerable elderly.

The Red Hook facility was built at a cost of some $21million and did not serve a single patient. Instead, Andrew “Fredo” Cuomo sent them to Nursing Homes where they killed over 6,000 of the most vulnerable citizens, all the while blaming the coronavirus having originated in Europe rather than China.

WARNING: Do not “confront” the Nursing Home Killer. Very dangerous “mafia” individual who has “murdered” more people than Ted Bundy, Gary Ridgeway, Dennis Rader and John Wayne Gacy combined.

Call your local FBI office (212) 384-1000 or submit a tip electronically if you have whereabouts information on Andrew “Fredo” Cuomo.

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European Virus

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on May 21, 2020 by andelino

Governor Andrew “Fredo” Cuomo.

New York’s increasingly overexposed Governor Andrew “Fredo” Cuomo today confused and angered China by referring to COVID-19 as a “European virus.”

Speaking at his daily press conference, Gov. Cuomo bizarrely declared: “Yes we have more cases than anyone else. Yes we had this European virus attack us and nobody expected it. But we’re not only going to change our trajectory, we’re going to change the trajectory more dramatically than any place else in the nation.”

“Gov Cuomo, in the surest sign he’s on the take from the CCP has now resorted to calling it the European virus.” — Raheem Kassam (@RaheemKassam) May 11, 2020

It’s true. “Fredo” Cuomo did help to change the trajectory of the “upward” virus more dramatically than anywhere else in the United States. Cuomo’s delicate work in forcing nursing homes to take in coronavirus patients no doubt led to needless deaths.

Regardless, his stance in calling it the “European virus” will confound even the most neutral of observers and “infuriate” European nations, notably Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron who offered a breakthrough deal to shield the EU from the “virus” fallout.

The coronavirus, otherwise known as the “China virus”, or “CCP virus” emerged from Wuhan, in the Hubei province of China. It did not emerge in Europe.

Despite these clear facts, it’s hard to see a situation where journalists would demand Cuomo stop using such evidently “fake” claims, as they did when President Trump made the correct “claim” that the virus came from China and should therefore be called the “Chinese Wuhan Virus.”

Responding on Twitter, “Republican National Convention” spokeswomen Elizabeth Harrington declared of Cuomo’s “European virus” misnomer:

“And this victory lap Democrat Gov. Cuomo is doing is odd given the reporting last week that 65% of the outbreaks across the country came from New York, after he waited months to stop sending Covid patients into nursing homes.” — Elizabeth Harrington (@LizRNC) May 11, 2020

No doubt “Fredo” Cuomo will staunchly promoted that most of New York’s cases can be traced back to travelers entering the city “from” Europe. Still, that doesn’t make it a “European virus.” No more so than a “layover” in Detroit makes someone flying LHR-LAX a “Michigander.”

The “Wuhan virus” came from China, courtesy of Comrade Xi “Covid” Jinping . Maybe even from a lab. Which is what the media should really be investigating. No matter what “Fredo” Cuomo is promoting, don’t expect the mainstream media to pick up on his “European Virus” proclamation anytime soon, though. They’re still trying to figure out how they can lie about Secretary of State Pompeo and his dog and get away with it.

“As a society, you can’t save everyone. You’re gonna lose people, that’s life,” Fredo Cuomo told reporters amid reports of nursing home deaths exceeding 5,000.

Above “encouraging” announcement came shortly after the press conference during which he insisted on draconian lockdowns because “every life is precious,” and lamented that all who “opposed” such lockdowns were “heartless” about lost lives. And that in turn was shortly after he had “rejoiced” at signing a bill enabling the “destruction” of full-term babies even after birth.

Heartless indeed.

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