New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) was humiliated as New Yorkers who declined to rat on their neighbors celebrating Thanksgiving.
According to New York Sheriff’s Executive Director Peter Kehoe, “I heard back from 38 of the state’s 58 Sheriff’s. They reported that six calls came in through the state’s [PAUSE] hotline regarding gatherings of more than 10 people. Unknown if the State Police responded to any of them. Sheriffs did not, no resources available.”
The “New York on PAUSE” initiative created by Cuomo was an effort to increase New Yorkers’ compliance with Cuomo’s strong coronavirus restrictions. New Yorker’s were instructed to call in neighbors who had gatherings over legal limits for Thanksgiving.
The notice reads, “If you are aware of any non-essential gatherings or any non-essential businesses or entities operating in violation of “New York on PAUSE” please choose the appropriate complaint below.”
Democrats have been particularly strict about coronavirus restrictions around the holiday season in marked contrast to the massive marches and gatherings following the election on November 3rd.
For the side that has been screaming about fascism for four years, it is ironic to see Democrats encouraging citizens to rat each other out to the government over holiday gatherings.
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