Defiant NY Governor Cuomo calls Supreme Court decision 'irrelevant'
Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York State said on Thursday that a recent Supreme Court decision ruling against his restrictions on houses of worship was "irrelevant".
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo screamed at a reporter during a press conference in response to the sudden closure of schools in New York City.
During a speech update on Operation Warp Speed from the Rose Garden, President Donald Trump announced that the White House won't be delivering the COVID-19 vaccine to the state of New York unless authorized because Gov. Andrew Cuomo doesn't trust the current administration.
Cuomo announced Wednesday that he is tightening COVID restrictions, stating that any indoor gatherings will be limited to 10 people and that bars, restaurants, and gyms will have to close by 10 p.m.
Cuomo said this on CNN Friday morning, in response to a lawsuit filed against him by religious leaders in Brooklyn on Thursday.
In his ongoing effort to make life unbearable for New Yorkers, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a "rewind" for nine zip codes across Brooklyn and Queens inspired by rising coronavirus cases in those areas.
"And we never needed nursing home beds," he said. "because we always had hospital beds, so it just never happened in New York."
New York Governor threatened President Donald Trump's safety if he decided to return to New York City after the New York Post reported that Trump is considering pulling federal funds from a number of lawless cities across the country, including the The Big Apple.