Andrew Cuomo: More Powerful Than God?

How else would one interpret his presumptuous proclamation at his latest press conference?

What in hell (no pun intended) would prompt NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo to exclaim, in a most haughty manner, that in regard to "flattening the curve" (man, do I despise that term) "We brought the numbers down. God did not do that, faith did not do that..."? I mean, I realize that he ranks very high (top three by my calculations) on the list of America's most narcissistic public figures, but this is the next level arrogance. 

If you think that this is even too much for even uber tyrant Emperor Andy, and need more proof, take a listen for yourself at the 42:25 mark of his presser posted on Facebook.

Now, I do realize that Cuomo is not the only government authority to downplay/marginalize/outright dismiss the role that religious faith, i.e. Christianity, plays in our society, and seems to almost revel in his ability to temporarily (?) lock down houses of worship. However, to the best of my knowledge, Governor "il Duce" is the only one to (in)directly blame a religious group for his state's COVID-19 outbreak:  “It’s hard. But on the flip side, I say look what happened in New Rochelle. Those were religious gatherings,” the governor said, referring to the number of Wuhan coronavirus infections that occurred as a result of a gathering at a synagogue. “You worship the way you can, but the gatherings are just not a good idea."

As so aptly observed by Jonathon Van Maren at Lifesite News

"Perhaps Cuomo is simply warning people not to abandon the measures that have assisted in 'flattening the curve,' or emphasizing the responsibility citizens have to public health. But it also means that no matter how loudly God speaks, some of our leaders are refusing to acknowledge the total lack of control they have and the puniness of their power." 

Indeed. Of all things, one can never accuse Fredo's big brother of underestimating his own importance and power.

How else would one interpret his presumptuous proclamation at his latest press conference?

What in hell (no pun intended) would prompt NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo to exclaim, in a most haughty manner, that in regard to "flattening the curve" (man, do I despise that term) "We brought the numbers down. God did not do that, faith did not do that..."? I mean, I realize that he ranks very high (top three by my calculations) on the list of America's most narcissistic public figures, but this is the next level arrogance. 

If you think that this is even too much for even uber tyrant Emperor Andy, and need more proof, take a listen for yourself at the 42:25 mark of his presser posted on Facebook.

Now, I do realize that Cuomo is not the only government authority to downplay/marginalize/outright dismiss the role that religious faith, i.e. Christianity, plays in our society, and seems to almost revel in his ability to temporarily (?) lock down houses of worship. However, to the best of my knowledge, Governor "il Duce" is the only one to (in)directly blame a religious group for his state's COVID-19 outbreak:  “It’s hard. But on the flip side, I say look what happened in New Rochelle. Those were religious gatherings,” the governor said, referring to the number of Wuhan coronavirus infections that occurred as a result of a gathering at a synagogue. “You worship the way you can, but the gatherings are just not a good idea."

As so aptly observed by Jonathon Van Maren at Lifesite News

"Perhaps Cuomo is simply warning people not to abandon the measures that have assisted in 'flattening the curve,' or emphasizing the responsibility citizens have to public health. But it also means that no matter how loudly God speaks, some of our leaders are refusing to acknowledge the total lack of control they have and the puniness of their power." 

Indeed. Of all things, one can never accuse Fredo's big brother of underestimating his own importance and power.