by Kelen McBreen

March 2nd 2021, 5:20 pm

Accusations of inappropriate comments divert Americans from the governor’s cover-up of thousands of deaths

After mainstream media finally caught wind of the fact that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo intentionally placed COVID-positive elderly citizens into nursing homes and then covered up the number of people who died as a result, a slew of women suddenly went public with sexual harassment accusations.

The suspiciously-timed “MeToo” moment could truly be genuine, but it is being used to distract from the much more harmful scandal either way.

While three women claiming the Democrat governor acted inappropriately towards them would seem like a crisis a politician would typically avoid at all cost, it is probably not something that would get him impeached or even land him in jail.

However, the deliberate alteration of nursing home death numbers in the name of covering one of his own bonehead mandates could certainly create a major issue for Cuomo.

Breitbart‘s John Nolte accurately describes the situation: “In a just world not plagued by a fake and corrupt media, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) would be on the edge of resigning his office today, not over a handful of times he allegedly got aggressive with women, but over his sociopathic executive order that required nursing homes to accept patients still infected with the coronavirus.”

Nolte notes that not only did Cuomo hide the true amount of nursing home deaths, but he did so by “falsely blaming the order on the Trump administration.”

While Cuomo’s alleged sexual misconduct distracts the public from his nursing home scandal, it’s also taking attention away from the other four governors who should be under fire for similar actions.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI), Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D-CA), Gov. Phil Murphy (D-NJ) and Gov. Tom Wolf (D-PA) all need to be investigated for nursing home policies like Cuomo’s.

Fox News‘ Janice Dean appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight Monday, comparing Cuomo getting heat over the sexual misconduct accusations instead of the nursing home deaths to mobster Al Capone getting popped for tax evasion and not murder, extortion, robbery, kidnapping and more. 

“They got him [Capone] on tax evasion, they’ll probably get this governor on #MeToo and sexual harassment,” Dean told Tucker.

For any who may think Dean is engaging in a political stunt, both of her in-laws died with COVID-19 while they living in New York nursing homes.

“I think it’s easier to get on the #MeToo train than to actually admit that these lawmakers have been complicit for ten months now that we are into a potential criminal investigation of this governor, his mandate and the killing of 15,000 seniors,” she vented to Carlson.

Watch Dean’s appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight


Cuomo thinks he can pass the buck to the first crony that will fall on the sword, but Americans know better.