Is New York Napoleon planning a return from exile?

Is New York Napoleon planning a return from exile?

According to reports, New York Napoleon Andrew Cuomo has had enough of exile on his island of Elba and might be staging a grand return.

You can’t keep a gropey Grandma killer down, no matter how much you might want to.

Despite being forced to resign from office rather than face impeachment over killing seniors and groping girls, New York Napoleon might have it in his head that he still has a future in New York politics.

Emerson College recently conducted a survey that found New York Napoleon is polling just a few points behind his replacement, the odious Governor Kathy Hochul.

According to a report from Brian Schwartz at CNBC, allies of the disgraced, exiled tyrant are placing calls to Elba urging New York Napoleon to stage a triumphant return and challenge Hochul in the Democrat primary.

Of course, he doesn’t have much time to pull off this stunt. He would have to get thousands of voter signatures on a petition to get his name on the ballot by the deadline next month.

Problem is, New York Democrat Party leaders aren’t particularly interested in bringing New York Napoleon out of exile. And, really? Can you blame them?

But I wouldn’t put it past this guy.

He’s a giant, egotistical piece of shit who has always believed it was his Divine Right to rule New York.

And don’t underestimate how much he would love to have the power to destroy all the people who forced him to resign.

Just look at the scorched-earth tactics his little brother Chris is using against CNN.

That sort of thing runs in the Cuomo family.

And if you think New York Napoleon couldn’t defeat Hochul in a primary after all the crap he did, you aren’t from New York.

Trust me, the Democrat voters in this state aren’t the brightest stars in the firmament. They elected this corrupt scum bag three times already. Plus, they keep sending Chuck Schumer and that dimwitted Kirsten Gillibrand back to the US Senate every six years.

Believe me, they’d elect Cuomo again in a New York minute.

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8 thoughts on “Is New York Napoleon planning a return from exile?

  • March 17, 2022 at 3:34 pm

    “…who has always believed it was his Divine Right to rule New York.”

    I think you made a mistake in this sentence. Here, I think this is what you might have meant:

    “…who has always believed it was his Divine Right to ruin New York.”

  • March 17, 2022 at 3:42 pm

    For those of us out here in fly-over country, the twisted logic one must go through to cast a ballot for such loathsome scum of the earth is incomprehensible. We have America-hating liberals here too, but we don’t vote for them. We merely mock them and their policies until they crawl back under their rock.

  • March 18, 2022 at 3:02 am

    There are too many moral degenerates living off their last name. Like Trudeau, Mike Wallace, Beau Biden, the Kennedy’s in Massachusetts and the Landrieu’s in Louisiana.

  • March 18, 2022 at 10:17 am

    Can we assume you limited poor choices to the Senate only because you didn’t have enough time to include the House of Reps with AOC at the very top?
    I understand one of her opponents is a box of rocks and Rocky Box pulls farther ahead in the polls every time AOC opens her mouth.

    • March 18, 2022 at 10:30 am

      AOC doesn’t have a statewide office like governor or Senator. She is a congresswoman. Only the people in her district vote for her.

      • March 19, 2022 at 10:47 am

        After further explanation, I understand your post was meant to be more state oriented. You somewhat confused the issue by also mentioning Schumer and Gillebrand.

        By the very nature of the beast, party affiliated politicians are generally shackled to their “voting block” platform. Could those be considered block heads?

        Perhaps there’s a Photoshop opportunity to emphasize party politician block heads with corners on their foreheads although in the depiction of liberals and Democrat Socialists, the corners may also be interpreted as satanic horns.

        Is AOC still said to be gunning for promotion to Schumer’s “position” or do New York voters consider her overqualified?

        • March 19, 2022 at 11:03 am

          How on earth do Schumer and Gillibrand confuse it? They are Senators. They run statewide. This isn’t hard. Congressional districts within states elect Representatives. All New Yorkers elect Senators.

  • March 20, 2022 at 2:56 pm

    The only difficulty was determining the scope of your premise after you added:

    “Plus, they keep sending Chuck Schumer and that dimwitted Kirsten Gillibrand back to the US
    Senate every six years.”

    Thank you for a somewhat sarcastic lesson in how politics work but you are preaching to the choir.

    Your premise is that NY voters “aren’t the brightest stars in the firmament”. Hard to argue otherwise.
    Although nowhere did you limit voter choice to local, district or state elections, it naturally follows that NY voters are simply dim across the board including nationally.

    By mentioning Senators Schumer and Gillibrand, you specified two national politicians with roots in NY. I merely broadened the scope a bit to include NY Representative AOC who also qualifies as a dimwit and who may aspire to cross over to the US Senate. Evidently what is actually difficult is where to draw the dimwit boundary when the field is so full.

    As I’m sure you are aware, your comments are applicable far beyond NY state so hopefully one can be forgiven for failing to limit comments to the microscopic Cuomo focus of this posting.

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