Even amidst a worldwide crisis, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi refuses to back down.
She will use her political career to fight Trump until she is forced from Washington.
Andrew Cuomo said seven words that brought Pelosi to her knees.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made a statement Tuesday that sent shockwaves throughout Washington.
Radical leftists, led by Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, are looking for any excuse to wage war with the President, and will even use a worldwide pandemic to do so.
They are sending a rallying call to the governors of each state telling them to oppose Trump and the safety guidelines he has put in place to fight this deadly disease.
But Pelosi was brought to her knees when one governor stood against her war.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday at a press conference he would not engage in a fight with President Donald Trump, despite public conflict on Twitter and in the media.
“The president will have no fight with me. I will not engage in it. … if he wants a fight with me, he’s not going to get it from me,” Cuomo said to reporters. “Period.”
Cuomo referred to Trump’s message on Twitter sent Tuesday morning citing the film Mutiny on the Bounty, suggesting he was ready for a fight with governors.
The President’s tweet can be seen here:
Tell the Democrat Governors that “Mutiny On The Bounty” was one of my all time favorite movies. A good old fashioned mutiny every now and then is an exciting and invigorating thing to watch, especially when the mutineers need so much from the Captain. Too easy!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 14, 2020
Cuomo has been vocal about working side by side with Trump and the White House during this crisis, giving the President credit for the lengths he has gone to ensure that the country’s hardest-hit state has the resources it needs to bring this virus to a halt.
As part of the economic recovery, Cuomo said, he would reach out to the White House in “partnership and cooperation” to work on reopening the country.
“This is going to take us working together,” he said, noting that the coronavirus crisis was “no place for politics.”
Cuomo said he needed the federal government to help fill holes in his budget, fund testing, and deliver other necessary resources to reopen the state.
“He has no fight here, I won’t let it happen,” Cuomo said.
He acknowledged, however, that he would act to protect the health and welfare of the state if Trump put it in danger.
Cuomo knows that this is yet another attempt by Nancy Pelosi’s cohorts to bring the President down, distracting from the real problem — the left.
The left has slowed aid and bills in order to slip in their own needs that are unrelated to the virus.
“Forget the darn politics,” Cuomo said. “Everybody’s tired of it.”