Democrats introduce resolution to censure N.Y. Gov. Cuomo over COVID nursing home controversy
Members of the New York State Democratic Committee introduced a resolution to censure Cuomo 'for conduct unbecoming his office.'
pursue investigations into his actions. The resolution seeks additional action on Cuomo's part, with the authors calling on the governor to"cease his belligerent conduct, cooperate openly with all investigations, and make a full apology to the people of the State of New York."
Elevenmembersof the state committee—Virginia Ramos-Rios, Emilia Decaudin, Kristina Naplatarski, Julio Pena III, Jesse Pierce, Lauren Trapanatto, Amanda Farias, Sue Van Hook, Patrick Nelson, Deborah Lynch and Emily Adams—signed the document ahead of its submission Monday morning. Most reside in one of New York City's five boroughs. More than a dozen additional names were added to the resolution throughout the morning and afternoon, including other Democratic state committee members, county committee members and district leaders.
Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks to New York state's Electoral College members on December 14, 2020, before their vote on president and vice president.HANS PENNINK/POOL/AFP via Getty Images Read more: Newsweek »
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The fact that this man manipulated the count of nursing home deaths due to covid for political gain, is both unconscionable and immoral. I'm one of the many who is disappointed in Gov. Cuomo. I hope he can learn from this and continue to lead with his best self. Really, Andy should resign. Political censures are equivalent to athletes who get suspended with pay
Politicians grandstanding is such surprise!