Andrew Cuomo wants everyone’s guns. He has made it almost impossible for a legal gun owner to defend himself or herself thanks to the New York SAFE Act. He now wants the same for everyone in the country and has called on Democrats in Congress to shut down the government until national gun laws are passed.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave a political speech as a eulogy at the service for his murdered aide Saturday. He compared his aide to Jesus Christ.
“I never asked Pope Francis why Carey Gabay was taken, but then again over the past two days I heard the Pope repeatedly speak about a young man who grew up in poverty and raised himself up and lived a life of love and selflessness,” Cuomo said. “A life too that was ended early.”
It’s ironic to hear a bad Catholic invoke Jesus and the Pope when he believes in killing babies until the moment of birth.
The brutal and aimless violence can strike down an innocent at anytime, he said, and compared Mr. Gabay’s shooting to Newtown, Charleston and the Aurora movie theater. Instead of blaming the cause, he blamed legal gun ownership and not having enough laws throughout the nation.
His murdered aide was walking through the most dangerous area of Brooklyn in the wee hours of the morning. I wouldn’t walk through that area in broad daylight, but that’s what he did, and when Cuomo says it could happen anywhere and anytime, it doesn’t apply to his aide, Mr. Gabay.
Cuomo told Democrats in Congress to shut down the government until the national gun laws are passed.
“If the far right is willing to shut down the government because they don’t get a tax cut for the rich, then our people should have the same resolve and threaten to shut down the government if they don’t get a real gun control law to stop the killing of the innocent.”
Cuomo in his short-sightedness doesn’t realize they will then will have to pass knife laws, hammer laws, machete laws, bomb laws.
The entire eulogy/speech was political. His heart and mind can’t leave his far-left and mafia-style politics for any event, not even the death of his friend. Even when he talked about Mr. Gabay, it had to do with public housing. Did he even know who this fellow was as a person. Was he funny, was there a joke he could have told, a story that made him sad, what about his family?