Andrew Cuomo Refuses to Take Responsibility, Blames Cancel Culture

Andrew Cuomo Hints Political Comeback, Blames 'Cancel Culture'

(ReliableNews.org) – In August 2021, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) resigned from office amid allegations he’d sexually harassed at least 11 women. Reports indicate the disgraced ex-governor gave a speech for the first time in months and what he said was interesting.

On Sunday, March 6, Cuomo gave his first public speech since his fall from grace last year. He spoke to about 150 people at God’s Battalion of Prayer in East Flatbush, a church in Brooklyn. The former governor claimed he was going through the hardest time of his life. He attacked his own party for canceling “people that they have a disagreement with.” He then tried to brush off his behavior as “old-fashioned, out-of-touch” and said “social norms evolve” but he didn’t realize how quickly that was happening.

Cuomo said he didn’t do anything unlawful, saying “political sharks” exploited the allegations against him after they “smelled blood.” Later he blamed cancel culture, declaring it had overturned an election, referring to his own election.

The New York Post noted Cuomo used the term “cancel culture” at least 25 times during his speech. NY Attorney General Letitia James’ campaign responded to the former governor’s remarks, saying he didn’t even “spare a house of worship from his lies.” The statement said New Yorkers want to move forward from Cuomo, a “sick, pathetic man.”

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