Cuomo deceives critics after blaming hospitals and other officials for failing to introduce vaccines


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is withdrawing criticism after blaming other officials and hospitals for the state’s slow introduction of coronavirus vaccines.

The Cuomo threatened hospitals with a threat that would not distribute vaccines quickly enough, warning they could be fined or deterred from further deliveries.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has accused him of “arrogance” and questioned the intention of health workers to vaccinate.

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“Now that I’m talking about slow hospitals, I have the greatest respect for nurses and doctors. I’m sure they’re all doing their best and doing a fantastic job,” Cuomo explained on Tuesday. – I’m talking about driving.

The governor made a number of comparisons with other situations where management was responsible for failures.

“The nation is at war and the army is constantly losing. The president is calling and firing the general. This is not a remark about the soldiers. The soldiers are killing themselves. The general is being fired,” Cuomo continued. “The losing football season is over, the coach is fired. It’s about leadership, so it’s not about nurses and doctors. It’s about leadership, it’s about leadership. It’s always about that, and it takes responsibility and accountability.”

“It’s about leadership, it’s about leadership. It’s always like that, and it requires responsibility and accountability.”

– Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York

But others have pointed out that it is Cuomo who ultimately leads the state through the vaccination process and the comprehensive epidemic response.

“Treating the vaccine with Cuomo results in unfitness,” Reveselaer County executive Steve McLaughlin told the New York Post.

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Mike Lawler, a New York MP elected by the New York Assembly, said Cuomo was responsible because he had been in charge of the pandemic response from the start.

“It’s very simple: @NYGovCuomo back in March last year, he asked for and received full control of the pandemic response, “Lawler tweeted on Tuesday.” He is therefore fully responsible for the consequences of his decisions: deaths in nursing homes and the distribution of failed vaccines.

“Continuing to hand over money to others, including hospitals, is as loud as arrogant,” Lawler continued.

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Cuomo’s office reacted sternly to Lawler, who takes office for the first time on Wednesday.

“The elected member of parliament was certainly too busy tweeting in the orientation of the new members, because if he had paid attention, he would have known that any action taken by the governor during this emergency could be overturned by a simple majority vote in the legislature.” Spokesman Jack Sterne told Fox News.

“I know it’s easy to make cheap shots of cheap places, but we can’t ignore the fact that New York was haunted in the spring by the virus for the incompetence of Donald Trump – and while this is a former political operative whose candidate busy in the media, Governor Cuomo fought the pandemic on the front, and despite federal failures, from testing to the distribution of vaccines, the governor’s action clearly saved lives.