Democrats are flailing around for a winning message going into the Midterms.
The party is attempting to hold together a contentious coalition.
And one disgraced Democrat ripped Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama for a jaw-dropping reason.
Democrats almost always circle the wagons around party members, no matter what they’ve done.
But former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo became too toxic even for the Democrat machine to support.
Cuomo was forced to resign amid several scandals.
Now that Cuomo is out of politics, he’s taking shots at prominent Democrats who did not have his back when he was in the midst of a media storm.
Cuomo told a reporter, “It was tough. Traumatizing. Biden, a friend 20 years, not knowing details, immediately said about me, ‘He’s got to go.’ Biden had troubles years before and I stood by him . . . gave him the benefit of the doubt. It was heartbreaking to see him trash me without reading one page, making one phone call.”
Joe Biden himself faced rape allegations from former staffer Tara Reade, but her story was swept under the rug because Biden was too important to the Democrats going into the 2020 Presidential election.
The only so-called “mainstream” media outlet to cover Reade’s story in depth was 60 Minutes . . . in Australia – the flagship American version of the program did not touch it.
Cuomo continued, “I know [Pelosi] 30 years . . . her daughter worked for me. Obama? He’s been tough. When troubles come you like to think you’re different. You’re not . . . [E]nemies and haters accumulate. Schumer, Gillibrand, pals working in the state, friends I respected, fell like dominos. Lose your power and heartless politicians read the tea leaves. You’re dead. Over. Pols grab another piece of meat.”
Cuomo was frustrated that Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama wouldn’t swoop in and save him.
If the nursing home deaths and subsequent cover-up had been his only transgression, Cuomo might have survived.
But the #MeToo allegations were a bridge too far for the Democrats.
Cuomo added, “Okay, I’m not warm and fuzzy. What politician is? Maybe my duality started when my father was no longer governor. I saw him hurt. His vulnerabilities exposed. They broke his heart. The press next crucified me, his campaign manager kid. So I learned then not to expose a weakness or show your inner self.”
Now that he’s out of power with no prominent Democrat friends, Cuomo has a lot of time to reflect on the people that stabbed him in the back.
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