Has There Ever Been a Tweet That Has Aged as Poorly as This Gem From CNN’s Cuomo?
News recently broke, confirming what we all already knew, that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and his administration have been lying to the United States government about the total number of deaths in New York due to his Covid-19 nursing home policy.
In the coldest take of all time, back in the summer while Andrew Cuomo was engaged in a coverup of Covid numbers, his brother and CNN anchor Chris, affectionately known as Fredo, tweeted this gem:
Can we trust the data from florida’s governor? https://t.co/1rLT3YzUYe
— Christopher C. Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) July 27, 2020
So Chris Cuomo suspected Ron DeSantis, the best governor in the United States in terms of handling of Covid-19, of hiding Covid-19 cases and deaths.
Meanwhile, his Emmy nominated brother Andrew was happy to come on TV and laugh it up while he himself engaged in a coverup.
Congratulations Chris Cuomo, on what might perhaps be the most terribly aged tweet of all time. 🥇
Source: Not The Bee
Here’s DeSantis explaining why Florida didn’t discharge covid patients back into nursing homes.
Here’s the key point: Florida did not believe the modes predicting they’d run out of beds. New York did believe those models.
The models were wrong. No state ran out of beds. pic.twitter.com/qSnVhM2x27
— Zac Bissonnette (@ZacBissonnette) February 14, 2021
COVID deaths per 100,000 people:
Full lockdown states:
New Jersey: 251
New York: 231
Rhode Island: 215
Reopen everything now.https://t.co/v7H6XhliDT
— Thaddeus Russell (@ThaddeusRussell) February 12, 2021
There's a reason why in Florida, COVID was twice as survivable as it was in New York.
We focused on the vulnerable while allowing our people to live freely. pic.twitter.com/kiliIb7GGe
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) February 14, 2021