Liberals Suddenly Deleting Past Tweets Praising N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 2: New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo holds a press briefing at a MTA maintenance facility amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic on May 2, 2020 in Queens, New York City.New York

Liberals hypocrites are suddenly hilariously racing to their social media accounts to delete posts that praised New York’s embattled Governor Andrew Cuomo, who is in the midst of a growing sex abuse scandal.

Cuomo was wrongly appointed a coronavirus savior by the left — especially those in the media — despite the fact that his state has the worst coronavirus death and infection rates in the entire country.

But liberals loved him because he frequently made baseless attacks on President Donald Trump.

But now, many of these leftist dolts are suddenly backtracking on their support of the nation’s worst governor in light of a growing number of women coming forward t accuse him of sexual misconduct.

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So, libs are scrambling. Per Fox News:

Daily Beast editor-at-large Molly Jong-Fast once penned a featured about her coronavirus-era crush on the governor. “All of a sudden, I love Governor Cuomo, his soothing Queens accent, his stories about his dad Mario,” Jong-Fast wrote in March 2020.

What a difference a year and a few scandals make.

Jong-Fast’s latest piece is headlined, “‘My Cuomo ‘Crush’ Turned Out to Be Stockholm Syndrome,” aims to distance herself from the embattled governor.

“The piece was extremely bad and not at all good,” she wrote.

Star New York Times media columnist Ben Smith apparently deleted an old tweet that declared,” All Andrew Cuomo’s worst qualities are serving him and New York, well.”

CNN editor-at-large Chris Cillizza has completely changed his tune on the “Love Guv,” too. Cillizza, who once suggested Cuomo could be the “single most popular politician in America” and “the most important voice in the coronavirus crisis.”

However, Cillizza doesn’t appear to be a huge fan of Cuomo anymore. On Monday he published a feature headlined, “Andrew Cuomo is trying to stall on sexual harassment allegations. It won’t work.”

This is hilarious! Even leftist, so-called “comedian” Trevor Noah of the little-seen The Daily Show is now on the attack. Saturday Night Live has also knocked Cuomo around.

The rats are jumping from Cuomo’s sinking ship.

Cuomo isn’t helping himself, either. Even though he personally called for nearly half a dozen New York politicians to resign without an investigation after allegations of sexual harassment were lodged against them, he came out this week and refused to resign saying he wants a full investigation.

Apparently, what’s good for the gander isn’t good for the top goose.

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