It is now clear that there is much more resistance to mass vaccinations among the population than anticipated by Democrats. Joe Biden and his handlers are now having to work furiously to save the plan to jab the entire nation in the coming months.
There’s a growing panic setting in that their COVID powers are dissipating. Politicians, the mainstream media, and party operatives are desperately trying to keep the fear alive in order terrorize Americans into lining up and rolling up their sleeves.
One of the more shameless forays into fearmongering comes from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. On Monday he warned that those who do not get vaccinated could end up killing their own grandmothers.
At a press conference the Democrat strongman bemoaned the fact that younger people (who are at minuscule risk of dying from the coronavirus) haven’t heeded the demands of Biden, Dr. Fauci, and the media.
According to Cuomo, “My argument is, yeah, maybe you’ll be fine. And by the way, you don’t know that either. We’ve had a lot of young people who have died. Maybe you will get a long-haul syndrome that we’re not really sure what it is yet, but a lingering consequence of COVID. Or maybe you go home and kiss your grandmother and wind up killing your grandma. So, show some civic responsibility.”
.@NYGovCuomo on targeting the "youthful and the doubtful" to get vaccinated:
"Maybe you go home and kiss your grandmother and wind up killing your grandmother." pic.twitter.com/G5xeCqTe3g
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 3, 2021
Cuomo’s comments are the height of irony considering that his own policies were responsible for the deaths of over 15,000 New Yorkers. He has been wracked with controversy after he allowed COVID-infected patients to be sent into nursing homes where they spread the virus to the state’s most vulnerable citizens, including grandmothers.
Not only did Cuomo’s orders result in death sentences to New York’s elderly population but he also tried to cover it up so that the news wouldn’t provide a boost to former President Donald J. Trump in the months before the election.
The governor is currently facing multiple investigations into the nursing home deaths and the subsequent hiding of it. Also an impeachment inquiry is being conducted by the New York State Assembly over numerous allegations by former aides who have claimed that Cuomo made inappropriate sexual overtures to them.
During the presser, Cuomo was also asked about the nursing home deaths and whether he intended to resign, to which he responded by blaming everything on Trump.
New York Gov. Cuomo says that the DOJ investigation into his handling of nursing homes is a "political investigation started by Donald Trump":
"I did nothing wrong… And I'm not resigning." pic.twitter.com/UHSvIYU4R6
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) May 3, 2021
“Nursing homes is being looked at by the Eastern District. That was a political investigation started by Donald Trump, who politicized not just COVID, but politicized nursing homes and policies toward nursing homes,” he said.
He continued, “…and wanted to blame Democratic governors, myself, and Michigan, and New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, it was all our fault, and then had his political Department of Justice start an investigation. And they were a political Department of Justice, there’s no doubt about that. So that’s being done by the Department of Justice. I’ve already told New Yorkers where I am. I did nothing wrong. And period. And I’m not resigning and I’m doing my job every day.”
However, like Biden’s vaccination drive, Cuomo’s excuses aren’t selling to the majority of people. Citizens are slowly beginning to realize that COVID was the best thing to ever happen to Democrats, and that there is no way that they are going to willingly allow America to return to normal.