9/11 Museum Forced to Close After Pandemic ‘Annihilates’ Funds, Meanwhile NY State Gives $600M to NFL Team

Why did former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and those around him have to be evicted from political office before they started making sense?

When he was the chief executive of the Empire State, Cuomo mishandled the COVID-19 epidemic by forcing nursing homes to take back infected patients, then covered up the number of COVID-19 deaths in said homes. He hung on in spite of this, but was eventually dislodged from office by a series of sexual harassment and bullying accusations.

Now, Cuomo has at least gained the clarity necessary to admit the FBI’s raid on Donald Trump’s estate has the whiff of the third world about it, tweeting that the “DOJ must immediately explain the reason for its raid & it must be more than a search for inconsequential archives or it will be viewed as a political tactic and undermine any future credible investigation & legitimacy of January 6 investigations.”

DOJ must immediately explain the reason for its raid & it must be more than a search for inconsequential archives or it will be viewed as a political tactic and undermine any future credible investigation & legitimacy of January 6 investigations.

— Andrew Cuomo (@andrewcuomo) August 9, 2022

It’s not just the former governor himself, either. You may recall Melissa DeRosa, a top Cuomo aide/fixer who allegedly had an affair with the “Luv Guv” and conducted much of the character assassination thuggery against his accusers. She resigned just days before Cuomo announced his own resignation and has since stayed out of the spotlight.

On Wednesday, however, she managed to make a bit of a wave on Twitter by noting how the state of New York’s funding priorities are a bit askew at the moment. While budget shortfalls due to COVID-19 will likely doom Manhattan’s 9/11 Tribute Museum, it seems the administration of current Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul has no problem doling out over a billion dollars to the wealthy owners of an NFL franchise.

This cannot stand.

The State handed $1B+ over to the billionaire owners of the Buffalo Bills — they have to stop this.#priorities

NYC’s 9/11 Tribute Museum to close: ‘It’s a huge loss’ NYC’s 9/11 Tribute Museum to close: ‘It’s a huge loss’ https://t.co/igbTDoirna

— Melissa DeRosa (@melissadderosa) August 17, 2022

According to the New York Post, the 30,000-square-foot Greenwich Street museum, which is just three blocks from the World Trade Center site, shuttered on Wednesday, victim of low attendance because of the pandemic. The closure came just weeks before the 21st anniversary of the attacks.

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