Cuomo has a Challenger in New York, and its Rudy Giuliani’s Son

America’s mayor is back! However, in this case, his son will be taking the ropes in a fresh new bid for the governorship of New York. 

Andrew Cuomo has had a disasters run as New Yorks Governor with plagues of scandals on his legacy. Andrew Giuliani is ready to take the hot seat and put the state back on track. Giuliani told the New York Post “I’m a politician out of the womb. It’s in my DNA.” 

Andrew said: “Giuliani vs. Cuomo. Holy smokes. It’s Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier. We can sell tickets at Madison Square Garden.” It sure would be an epic clash, Guliani would seek to ride off the fame of his father who was enormously successful as mayor of New York. He famously received the nickname, Americas Mayor.

“I know we can defeat Andrew Cuomo in 2022. I am going to be the 57th governor of New York,” he said.

Cuomo is in hot water!

“Governor Cuomo’s Major Agenda Proposal” by MTAPhotos is licensed under CC BY 2.0

According to the New York Times, Reported several weeks ago, The FBI has been investigating Cuomo and his team over the possibility that they had lied over the number of deaths reported in the state’s nursing homes.

“Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation have contacted lawyers for Mr. Cuomo’s aides, interviewed senior officials from the state Health Department and subpoenaed Mr. Cuomo’s office for documents related to the disclosure of data last year, the people said.”

“The interviews have included questions about information New York State submitted last year to the Justice Department, which had asked the state for data on Covid-19 cases and deaths in nursing homes, according to the people. False statements in such a submission could constitute a crime.” The New York Times reported

All this comes after Cuomo’s fellow democrats started ramping up pressure on him to resign. Popular democrats like AOC, Jerry Nadler, Chuck Schumer, and Kirsten Gillibrand have all written statements calling for his resignation over woman abuse claims and the neglect of elderly patients during the COVID lockdowns.

Nadler said on the topic of sexual abuse: “The bravery individuals have shown in coming forward to share their experiences with Governor Cuomo is inspiring, and I stand with them in support. The repeated accusations against the Governor, and the manner in which he has responded to them, have made it impossible for him to continue to govern at this point.”

Schumer, the highest-ranking Democrat in the Senate, has released a joint statement with Kirsten Gillibrand, calling for the resignation of Cuomo as Conservative Cardinal reported several weeks ago.