Andrew Cuomo is as crooked as a football bat and everyone pretty much knows it. All you have to do is just look at his recent decisions and seeing how they match up to what has happened over the past year.

For months and months, he tried to push some of the strictest lockdown measures the country had to offer and now all of a sudden that it appears that Trump is going to be leaving office that he is all of a sudden loosening things up.

Why, pretty soon you’ll be able to catch Covid by sticking your head out a window thanks to Andrew Cuomo.

Well would you look at this. Now that the election is over, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to reopen the economy ASAP. In a tweet, the Governor said “we simply cannot stay closed.” It’s obvious the lockdowns were just a political weapon used against Donald Trump.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Monday that the state must start reopening its economy despite most New Yorkers not having received a coronavirus vaccination, saying that there will be “nothing left to open” otherwise.

“We simply cannot stay closed until the vaccine hits critical mass. The cost is too high,” Cuomo wrote in a tweet Monday morning. “We will have nothing left to open. We must reopen the economy, but we must do it smartly and safely,” the Democratic governor added.

New York currently does not allow gatherings of more than ten people at private residences. Indoor dining at restaurants is limited and even prohibited in some areas with higher COVID-19 rates.

New York City is going to hell

During his annual address to the state that kicked off Monday and will continue through the week, Cuomo promised to ensure that millions of New Yorkers are vaccinated and said he would work to revamp the economy this year.

Coronavirus cases in the state have continued to rise. New York currently has about 8,500 patients hospitalized with the coronavirus, down significantly from the peak of 18,000 patients who were hospitalized in April.

Meanwhile, Cuomo’s vaccine distribution plan has been plagued with difficulties. Cuomo loosened restrictions on who was first in line to receive a shot after medical providers were forced to toss unused doses of the coveted vaccine because they had difficulty locating people who met the priority criteria.

On Friday, the governor granted vaccine access to essential workers and seniors over 75. Then on Sunday, Cuomo gave permission for medical providers to give the vaccine to more of their employees as well as pharmacy workers.

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