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Andrew Cuomo Makes Stunning Admission


We are unmistakably in a crisis when Andrew Cuomo stands up to criticize the Biden administration…

During the latest episode of his podcast, “As A Matter Of Fact”, which aired on Thursday, Cuomo squarely stated that the Southern states were right about the border crisis.

He then went on to say that the Biden administration was wrong for opening up the border, especially without a proper plan or infrastructure in place to handle the influx of immigrants from Mexico and Central America.

Cuomo rightly points out that no one makes the arduous journey from these countries to the United States unless they know they have a reasonable chance to get in…

These hopes and dreams are the direct results of irresponsible political rhetoric and the reckless lack of a cohesive border policy.

You can listen to the audio excerpt by clicking on the link in the tweet below:

The New York Post reports:

“It was a mistake for President Biden to open the border without having a plan to handle the tremendous flow of people,” Cuomo, 65, said in the latest episode of his “Matter of Fact” podcast, released Wednesday.

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“President Biden had said he would do it in the campaign — but you can’t change a policy unless you have the program in place to manage the change,” he continued, referencing Biden’s reversal of Trump-era restrictions on immigration to the US.


According to Daily Wire:

Cuomo went on to say that his successor, Governor Kathy Hochul (D-NY) should have stepped in to assist when immigrants were bused into New York City — rather than leaving Mayor Eric Adams to handle the situation on his own — and appeared to throw support behind Vice President Kamala Harris’ plan to funnel investments into Central American businesses in an effort to stem the flow of illegal immigration at one of its sources.


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