UNBELIEVABLE: Andrew Cuomo to Release Book about COVID “Leadership”

(AmericanPoliticalDaily.com)- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who oversaw the moving of thousands of COVID-19 patients into nursing homes across his state, appears to be rushing out a pre-release of a book about how to lead during a crisis. Cuomo appears to be building on the widespread support he got from left-wing news outlets during the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak, as a result of New York state being one of the first and worst affected parts of the country.

The book, titled “American Crisis,” appears to be about “leadership lessons” from the COVID-19 pandemic and is pitched as a book penned by Cuomo himself. Unless Cuomo has been doing even less work than people thought he was, it was probably written by a ghostwriter. You can see an early image of the front cover of the book below.

Even though the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, and New York City has seen more than 10,000 people in nursing homes die from the virus, the book is expected to be released on October 13. Though, if you live in New York City, you’ll have to buy it online because the stores are all closed still. Some leadership!

The news that Cuomo is publishing a book praising himself comes a day after he appeared at the virtual Democratic National Conference, where he inexplicably referred to COVID-19 as the “European Virus.” Cuomo said it without a sense of irony and appeared to be dead serious, and offered zero explanation of what he meant by it. The virus, by the way, is known to have originated in Wuhan, China, and not Europe. Though, the Chinese Communist Party will no doubt be pleased that they have an American governor repeating their propaganda.

If Cuomo is suggesting that it’s a European virus because it came to New York from Cuomo, then he should probably stop and think about how other American states could start calling it the New York Virus…

Maybe Governor Cuomo should focus on leading his state through this pandemic and finishing the job, rather than patting himself on the back with lucrative book deals.