Replay / count. Nicole Malliotakis RNY, criticized the New York Democratic governor. Andrew Como running America Reports Thursday, claiming he was “not surprised” by claiming to have threatened lawmakers over questions about his role in his administration’s nursing home scandal.
The new congresswoman alleged that Governor Cuomo “abused his power,” and called for an independent investigation, as well as his resignation.
She added that Cuomo was “retaliatory” in the past and responsible for spreading misinformation to the media and the Ministry of Justice despite his denial and lack of accountability.
Nicole Malliotakis: “Every week we learn more and more about what happened here, and finally, we see my colleagues on the Democratic side of the corridor come forward and say, ‘It’s not true.’
So first, we need to restore those enforcement powers. He abused his power – you see what he’s doing with schools, small businesses and of course, nursing homes, but that’s just a small part of that. What we want is an investigation that we know is taking place right now. We want it to be done independently and that, I think, is the key to making sure there is justice for these families …
Like the Twitter domain says, you know, nobody is surprised by this. This ruler is very avenger. Even he and those who work with him have intimidated state lawmakers in the past [New York City] mayor [Bill] De Blasio said this morning that this is a common practice by someone like Governor Como.
He is a bully, and I think what a member of the association is [Ron] Kim says, and I think what we need is for New Yorkers to continue speaking out, calling on local elected officials to pressure this governor to resign …
The governor is in denial and the only misinformation is the disinformation that his office has provided to state legislators, the media, and possibly even the Department of Justice, which is why we need a thorough investigation.
I know the ruler is stubborn, he’s dug his heels a little this week and that’s really shocking, I think, to the thousands of families who lost loved ones, until you hear an apology from him. It is almost inhuman not to apologize, not to admit that something has gone terribly wrong here and that his administration made the wrong decisions and that someone should be held accountable. ”