Cuomo Goes to Church to Complain About Downfall

Cuomo Goes to Church to Complain About Downfall

( – Since leaving his position as governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo has been out of the public eye. He returned to the spotlight this past weekend and had a lot to say. But it wasn’t an apology for his behavior.

On March 6, the former governor stood in front of a church in Brooklyn and gave a 25-minute speech. His appearance at God’s Battalion of Prayer in East Flatbush wasn’t to talk about the beginning of Lent or even reflect on teachings of the church. He went on a rant about losing his job and the unfairness of the situation.

Cuomo claimed the press drove him out of office. He said it was a hard time for him and continuously talked about the evils of cancel culture. The former governor called politics dirty and said it is an extremely mean atmosphere.

He also said his behavior never changed throughout his political life, but people got more sensitive over time, which was his downfall. Cuomo claimed nobody ever told him he was crossing a line, and he never felt anyone was uncomfortable around him.

He apologized but then quickly spoke about Attorney General Letitia James’ investigation, calling it a political move. He also reiterated that he did nothing wrong.

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