New York Governor Puts Americans Last Once Again Proving He Hates America
Democrats must really hate Americans.
It’s not bad enough that they hate our country, but they have to hate the people of this country as well.
Throughout this entire pandemic, Democratic leaders have been putting Americans last and taking care of everyone else before us.
Even with the recent COVID bill that was passed, Americans are getting a measly $600 while we’re sending hundreds of billions of dollars to other countries.
Here’s a question…who is sending us money? Where is our share from China, the U.K., or Spain?
Even still, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo just pardoned a slew of people, including some illegals to help them avoid deportation. How about he do something to help business owners avoid losing their homes and livelihoods?
Here’s what the press release said,
Kaydian McKenzie, 43, was convicted of Criminal Possession of Marijuana in the Second Degree and Criminal Trespass in the Third Degree in 2001 and 2002. Ms. McKenzie has been crime free for 18 years, is a registered nurse, and has worked at a nursing home in New York State throughout the COVID-19 public health crisis. In addition to her role as a frontline worker, Ms. McKenzie is the mother of three U.S. citizen and is active in her local church, where she has volunteered with a program that delivers food to older New Yorkers who are living alone. A pardon will help Ms. McKenzie remain in the United States with her family.
Rosario Pena, 61, was convicted of Petit Larceny and Attempted Robbery in the Second Degree in 1981 and 1986. Ms. Pena was forced to commit these crimes by sex traffickers to whom she fell victim. After a childhood marred by abuse, homelessness and years of victimization by traffickers, Ms. Pena has now been crime free for 34 years. A pardon will allow Ms. Pena to remain in the United States, where she has lived for more than 50 years.
Don’t be mistaken. Democrats love to make decisions like this. This isn’t even the first time that Gov. Cuomo has done this either.
Just last year, Gov. Cuomo actually pardoned 22 illegals in order to prevent them from being deported back to their countries of origen.
Now, let me say this, I can understand the idea of pardoning someone because of drug possession. I don’t think possessing a plant should be a crime. But that’s not the only crime that some of them had committed. There were some who were pardoned from arson and robbery.
What message does it convey to a criminal when you pardon him from his crime? To me, it seems like they’re telling them that they can do what they want and not have to face any consequences for their actions.