Cuomo ponders how you can cease Trump from distributing coronavirus vaccines and dangerous information if the president does so

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he's looking for ways to stop the Trump administration from implementing a vaccine distribution plan.

Cuomo made the extraordinarily deaf-mute comments during an interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC's "Good Morning America".

The comments follow drug maker Pfizer's announcement on Monday that its COVID-19 vaccine is shown to be over 90% effective.

The New York Times reported, "Pfizer plans to ask the Food and Drug Administration for an emergency approval for the two-dose vaccine later this month after collecting recommended safety data for two months."

They estimate there will be enough doses to immunize 15 to 20 million people.

Cuomo replied that the vaccine itself was good news, but if the Trump administration were to distribute it, it would be "bad news."

And he's looking for ways to prevent it.

Andrew Cuomo, who is responsible for more deaths than any other politician in the world, says it is bad news that a vaccine has arrived during the Trump administration and that he will try to limit its spread. pic.twitter.com/Z4NkmpiGMd

– Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) November 9, 2020

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Cuomo's irresponsible answer

Cuomo's response to the vaccine news is one of the more hideous comments I've heard from a politician in a while.

"Well, it's good news, bad news, George," remarked Cuomo. "The good news is that the Pfizer tests are looking good and we will have a vaccine shortly."

"The bad news is that Joe Biden will take about two months to take over, and that means this government is going to put a vaccination plan in place."

"The vaccination schedule is very important and probably the most ambitious company since the beginning of COVID." @ GStephanopoulos talks to @NYGovCuomo about the race for a vaccine. https://t.co/vf4hb5Fzyn pic.twitter.com/1FpPXSah4t

– Good Morning America (@GMA) November 9, 2020

The Democratic governor of New York wasn't just content with spreading the kind of "anti-Vaxxer" rhetoric that the left likes to decipher.

He actually admitted that he is discussing a plan to stop vaccine distribution until a Biden government can take control.

"You have two months, and we can't let this vaccination schedule go on as the Trump administration says because Biden can't reverse it two months later. We'll be right in the middle," said Cuomo.

"I've spoken to governors across the country about this. How can we design the Trump administration's vaccination schedule to fix or stop it before it does any harm?"

One thing is clear: Trump broke Governor Cuomo's brain. https://t.co/JxFCDjBRt2

– Dinesh D’Souza (@DineshDSouza) November 9, 2020

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Critics crush Andrew Cuomo for saying he would block the distribution of vaccines

Critics took up Cuomo's incredibly ill-advised comments.

"This is one of the most irresponsible statements you can make," said Ari Fleischer, Fox News contributor.

"Everyone should hope for a vaccine as soon as possible and work together to get it out as quickly as possible."

"There is nothing that Andrew Cuomo would not hypocritically politicize," he added.

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee criticized Cuomo's comments as "ruthlessly irresponsible".

Ruthlessly irresponsible comment from the man whose horrific choices resulted in massive deaths in nursing homes. Ask @JaniceDean about it! Governor Andrew Cuomo threatens to block distribution of COVID vaccine by Trump Admin https://t.co/wMoc8ongHw

– Governor Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) November 9, 2020

Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse, not a fan of President Trump, pounded Cuomo for "shamelessly politicizing" the vaccine and calling it "dangerous and stupid".

"It's more than disgusting that Governor Cuomo is using a glimmer of hope for another worn-out 'Trump is bad' speech," he said.

INPUT: Sasse suggests Cuomo's vaccine politicization pic.twitter.com/16MXc72O5y

– Guy Benson (@guypbenson) November 9, 2020

Cuomo's COVID record

Cuomo has been embroiled in a coronavirus scandal that many believe has killed thousands of seniors in the pandemic.

The Democratic governor issued an executive order in March under which critics forced nursing homes to admit patients who had tested positive for coronavirus.

The order forbade facilities to require incoming patients to "be tested for COVID-19 prior to admission or readmission".


– Janice Dean (@JaniceDean) October 14, 2020

"Twenty percent of our lost loved ones come from nursing homes," Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean said at a recent rally in Brooklyn.

Dean's husband lost both parents to COVID-19, with nursing homes playing a role. She blamed Cuomo.

"That's because Governor Cuomo and several other governors in various states have forced COVID-recovering patients into nursing homes."

New York has more coronavirus deaths than any other state in the country.

I'm grateful to be able to speak to other grieving families in Brooklyn who want apologies and replies from @NYGovCuomo about its tragic nursing home order. We also want an independent bipartisan investigation with subpoena powers. We're not going away. pic.twitter.com/rdBwnAxfdY

– Janice Dean (@JaniceDean) October 20, 2020

Now Cuomo is ready to sacrifice the New Yorker's life again – this time for political reasons.

What a despicable, hideous person.

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