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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Cuomo's Lying About Influencing The Senate Majority Leader Race

Hey, here's a surprise - Cuomo's lying about stuff again:

Despite his claims to the contrary, Gov. Andrew Cuomo “definitely” influenced the recent leadership battle in the state Senate, according to the candidate who came up short in that fight, Syracuse Sen. John DeFrancisco.

Cuomo reportedly preferred the ultimate winner, Long Island Sen. John Flanagan, to succeed former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos. But publicly insisted he had no preference, telling reporters “I’m not in the Legislature,” and “I see my job as working with whoever they send me.”

But during a wide ranging CapTon interview last night, DeFrancisco rejected Cuomo’s claims, saying his colleagues specifically told him they had received calls from the governor on Flanagan’s behalf.  
“Oh definitely he made calls, definitely, no doubt about it,” the Senate Finance Committee chairman said, adding: “He can do whatever he wants, but be honest about it.”





  1. Q: How do you tell if Andrew Cuomo is lying?

    A: His lips are moving.

  2. Why wouldn't he lie. Albany media will not ask a tough question--and have no understanding that if a politiciina blows smoke at you that you need to ask a clarifying question. Ever see one from Albany media lightweights?