Ideological discrimination continues unchecked in the Empire State. Governor Andrew “Baby-Killer” Cuomo has drawn a line in the partisan sand. Be like us or get out.
Cuomo said Friday that members of the GOP with “extreme” views are creating an identity crisis for their party and represent a bigger worry than Democrats such as himself.
Then There are Tlaib and Omar the Democrat’s Anti-Semite Wonder Twins.
Racists, Communists, Anti-Semites Oh My!
“Their problem isn’t me and the Democrats; their problem is themselves,” the governor said on Albany’s The Capitol Pressroom radio show.
He’s still talking about Republicans, but they didn’t create the problem with your party, high taxes, the state budget or the debt. Or crime. Welfare. Poverty. They also did not then spend more and give themselves massive raises. In fact, Republicans can’t do anything in New York, which has more problems than it has Republicans as a result of One-Party Democrat rule. But let’s focus on something else, shall we?
“Who are they? Right to life, pro-assault weapons, anti-gay — if that’s who they are, they have no place in the state of New York because that’s not who New Yorkers are.”
Nice grouping. Sorry, that’s a gun reference and I didn’t give you a trigger warning.
This is not Mr. Cuomo’s first dip in this pool, by the way. Back in 2014, he had an earlier performance on the same theme. I compared him to NH Rep. Cindy Chase.
This time, however, he’s making sure y’all understand. You can register Republican but you better agree with Democrats, or you’re about as useful to him as a live baby from a botched abortion.
You have no right to life in his state (unless you’re a criminal).
“You have a schism within the Republican Party,” Cuomo observed. “They’re searching to define their soul. That’s what’s going on . . . It’s a mirror of what’s going on in Washington.”
It is a mirror of what Democrats are going through in Washington, but it’s nice of you to imagine that’s all happening on the right. And using it to justify your intolerance for anyone who doesn’t agree with you.