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Cuomo and de Blasio’s unearned lap of honor

9 June 2020

6:37 AM

9 June 2020

6:37 AM

After weeks of state-mandated lockdown, thousands of preventable nursing home deaths and days of angry protests and looting, New York officially reopened today, all thanks to the so-called leadership of its Mayor and Governor.

With the economy in tatters, store-fronts boarded up or broken and citizens in the street demanding justice, Bill de Blasio and Andrew Cuomo speak with one voice as they say to New Yorkers: you’re welcome.

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