Echoing what I have been thinking - Andrew Cuomo

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I was thinking that Governor of New York State Andrew Cuomo is being portrayed very favorably in the news recently with his leadership during the Chinese Virus epidemic. The contrast between him and NY City Mayor DeBlasio is palpable. There seem to be forces at work here and sundance at The Last Refuge sees the same things:

The Chosen One Rises…
The ‘good cop bad cop’ routine with deBlasio just seemed a little too scripted… Then the framework of a usefully constructed contrast narrative started to become clear… Then, as if on cue, all national broadcasts started being interrupted for maximum exposure; again a little odd.

A deep, very deep, connection to Bloomberg reappeared as a little flashing light in the corner of the picture… Then the Murdoch’s started to shape the landscape; curiosity piqued… Followed by positioning that seems a little too centrally located in the political sphere.. Then Hannity and Bannon started singing his praises.  Well, Bannon doesn’t exactly have a good track record of judgement… I digress.  But it really wasn’t until the CIA started publishing their endorsement that things possibly started making sense. WATCH:

Are they positioning NY Governor Andrew Cuomo to exit the DNC convention as the consensus nominee; the chosen one? It would take the construct, at least the optics of, a reluctantly drafted candidate to pull it off. Then again, what is all this – if not that.

Think that’s crazy?…. Let’s keep watching.

More at the site. The 360+ comments are well worth reading too. sundance is on to something. Cuomo's speech in that video was very carefully scripted. He would actually make an OK President. As much as I want to see Trump continue for another term, I would not be as heartbroken as I was when President Obama was elected.

I am also incredibly glad to see someone with real political power coming in to fill the gap so Hillary doesn't think that she can try again - it is her turn after all...

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