On his podcast this Friday, former Gambino Family underboss Sammy “the Bull” Gravano took a break from telling stories about his life in the mafia and commented on the scandals surrounding New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Gravano started out by mentioning the New York Attorney General’s report finding that Cuomo engaged in “unwelcome and nonconsensual touching,” and made comments of a “suggestive” sexual nature which created a “hostile work environment for women.” He then mentioned the scandal surrounding the state requirement that forced nursing homes to take back residents who had been hospitalized with Covid-19 once they recovered — a policy that critics say increased the number of virus-related deaths among nursing home residents.
“This guy is the worst of the worst,” Gravano said. “He did so many things. He used public funds to write a book so he could make $5 million. He put people who have the coronavirus in old age homes — 13 or 15 thousand senior citizens died. This is more than the mafia killed during the entire time they were in this country.”
Gravano went on to say that it “really bothers me” that Cuomo happens to be Italian.
“Everybody in New York, all my fellow New Yorkers, all the Italian people, look at this guy with total disdain, disgust. Get rid of him! … To me, it really turns me off to look at this guy’s face on television, to see them young women, how many of them he used his power to push on them. He can get away with it, he’s a governor.”
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