New York Governor Andrew Cuomo delivered a speech this week in which he called on public figures and American citizens to evaluate their approach to the Coronavirus pandemic and “admit your mistakes.”
“The key is to be strong and secure to admit your mistakes and admit your shortcomings,” Cuomo said during his speech at Riverside Church in New York on Sunday. “Don’t get defensive. Denying the mistake only assures repeating the mistake.”
Cuomo made the comments during a speech that was part of a promotional tour for the Democrat Governor’s new book, “American Crisis: Leadership Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic.”
Cuomo wrote the book despite the fact that America still hasn’t managed to get control of the Coronavirus pandemic quite yet – especially in New York.
Good thinking, Gov. Cuomo!
By the way, “Governor Tonedeaf” knows a thing or two about failing to acknowledge mistakes. In fact, he’s an expert. For almost a year now, the New York Democrat has failed to admit that he killed thousands of senior citizens at nursing homes in his state as a direct result of his COVID-19 policies.
Fun Fact: New York has still not released data regarding the total number of people at nursing homes in the state who died from coronavirus, weeks after receiving a request for more information from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Mock and Rob have some words of advice for Gov. Cuomo, aka “The Elderly Eliminator” in the clip below.
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