Finally New York is showing some backbone!
Earlier today, footage leaked of Buffalo business owners refusing to comply with the state’s newest lockdown orders.
Watch them chase out the sheriff and health department:
‘Mass civil disobedience begins now.’
It’s long past time to resist King Cuomo’s tyrannical rule, but better late than never.
From business owners to sheriffs, more and more New Yorkers are finally saying NO to the latest lockdowns enacted by Cuomo.
Multiple county Sheriffs are openly refusing to enforce Andrew Cuomo's Thanksgiving lockdown orders. https://t.co/Txq8fPB8js
— MRCTV (@mrctv) November 18, 2020
Not happening @NYGovCuomo. Your ridiculous, arbitrary and unconstitutional rules will not be followed…. regardless of the snarky and stupid comments by your paid hack.
Your narcissism and sociopathic behavior does not Trump the Constitution. #StandUpNYhttps://t.co/cdxQLcnuXu
— Steve McLaughlin (@SteveMcNY) November 17, 2020
Here’s audio of Cuomo obnoxiously lecturing his subjects that your safe zone isn’t safe this year for Thanksgiving.
You should stay away!
Love is sometimes doing what’s hard.
The safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving this year is with your immediate household only. pic.twitter.com/nBEviXnZ8P
— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) November 19, 2020
But don’t expect this to apply to his household.
Remember this photo that leaked a few months ago?
This shows us how much King Cuomo cares about applying his ridiculous lockdown rules to himself.
— BG3 (@agolfcourse) November 19, 2020
Rules for thee, but not for me!
The New York Post tore into Cuomo’s hypocrisy for refusing to obey his own COVID-19 rules:
Newsom isn’t the only one to live it up while everyone suffers. Gov. Cuomo, for example, is rarely seen in a mask, yet his Twitter feed never stops harassing you to “mask up.” (And, by the way, he’s just thrilled with himself over his handling of the COVID-19 crisis, even though it resulted in more deaths than any other state and, according to The New York Times, seeded the virus throughout the country.)
The gov’s daughter recently posted a picture of her dad, two of his daughters, one of “the boyfriends” and Cuomo’s secretary all hanging out with no social distancing or masks. Were all of them part of the same household? Doubtful.
Yet you, of course, have to avoid friends and family — you know, just in case.
One of Cuomo’s most famous constituents similarly seems to think rules are for the little people. He actually broke quarantine after testing positive for the virus.
The constituent’s wife posted pictures of herself working out indoors, maskless, with a personal trainer, while gyms in the state remained closed. And he was recently photographed getting a haircut, maskless, which would result in a $1,000 fine for the rest of us.
I’m referring, of course, to Gov. Cuomo’s brother, CNN host Chris Cuomo, who gets a pass on all of his bad behavior because of his last name (and left-wing politics).
Breitbart reported on the increased resistance to follow Cuomo’s unconstitutional lockdown orders:
Cuomo’s plea follows last week’s announcement of further coronavirus restrictions, which include a ten-person limit to gatherings in private residences. The Democrat governor acknowledged that there may be issues in enforcement, placing the duty on local governments and begging them to enforce the restrictions.
“The rules are only as good as the enforcement. Local governments are in charge of enforcement. There are only two fundamental truths in this situation: It’s individual discipline, and it’s government enforcement. Period. End of sentence,” Cuomo said, adding, “I need the local governments to enforce this.”
Some law enforcement officers, including Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giardino, have signaled that they will not enforce Cuomo’s order, drawing ire from the governor.
“I don’t believe that person is a law enforcement officer,” Cuomo said during a Wednesday press conference.
“I don’t want a law enforcement officer who says, ‘I’m only enforcing the law that I like or think should be enforced,’” he added.
Giardino appealed the Fourth Amendment, explaining that he “does not have the authority … to go crashing into your house because of an executive order.”
Let’s hope more business owners follow the lead of the brave Buffalo citizens earlier today!