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New York’s 'vaccine czar' Larry Schwartz, a longtime adviser to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, phoned county officials in the past two weeks in attempts to gauge their loyalty to Cuomo, according to new reporting. The panel discusses. Aired on 03/15/2021.
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41 Comments on "NY Vaccine Czar Called Officials To Weigh Loyalty To Gov. Cuomo: Report | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. ade munandar there is my comment on youtube.a.s | March 15, 2021 at 9:12 AM | Reply

    Need support from the American government of America

  2. The fish rot from the top. As much crap #45 did and nothing. This country is a joke!!!!

  3. Trump has a wiki page for his sexual offenses. Kavanagh gets on the SC. DeSantis did everything Cuomo did. But Dems have to resign.

    • Serendipity Shop | March 15, 2021 at 6:27 PM | Reply

      He shouldn’t necessarily be pressured to resign; there is a double standard for Dems. But he should be in trouble, as should the others you mentioned.

    • Yeah a wiki page must be very reliable. 💉🐑☠️

  4. NotTodaySatan Festus1 | March 15, 2021 at 10:39 AM | Reply

    Timing seems convenient!

  5. Cant wait for Trump to be reelected in 2024 since hes such a gentleman when it comes to women

    • If Trump runs again and wins we will be 100% certain it was rigged, just like the 2016 one was. Trump’s whole MO was to charge the election was rigged against him when there was tons of evidence they made it impossible for millions to vote. He “won” only by about 40,000 votes after having over 7 million people scrubbed from the voter rolls. Seems pretty obvious what conspired because Hillary won by 3 million.

  6. duhhhhhhh….im joe……duhhhhhhh

  7. Lusalla Nzanza | March 15, 2021 at 11:54 AM | Reply


  8. Carol Pitcher | March 15, 2021 at 12:41 PM | Reply

    Yes I agree w you they are doing same thing to Como as they did Al Franken

    • I don’t think so. Al Franken should not have resigned, he was clearly joking. Cuomo was not joking. so if the young woman had said yes, she’s into older men or (the other one) she’s over her sexual harassment event. that was an invitation for a sexual liaison? word?!?

    • @freesia F I wouldn’t let Al Franken off the hook just because he might have just been joking. As I showed in an earlier comment there were a number of women who made complaints against Franken. We don’t know the relationship that Franken had with Tweeden before the event of the picture, but the fact that he is putting his hands on her breasts while she is asleep and taking a photo, goes much further than the usual range of jokes or banter we might expect. I don’t know any women that would think this was funny. That said, I think the main reason that Franken resigned was because the Democrats wanted to go after Trump on these kinds of things and it would give them more credibility if Franken resigned.

    • @Raptor F-22Jet I don’t blame chris for not wanting to interview his bro about the SH charges, but shouldn’t put it on the network and “conflict of interest” he did the positive interview stuff. just say I’m not interviewing my bro for this negative stuff. or better yet stay out of conflict of interest interviews. that’s BOTH CNN AND CHRIS.

    • Louise Cardinal | March 15, 2021 at 10:56 PM | Reply

      @Amy Walker the solution to this is for women to go to work and don’t co-mingle with men in the workplace, men need to protect themselves by never being alone with a female co-worker. No office meetings with doors closed, have video cameras with microphone so you have something to prove or disprove any allegations, if women and men choose to mix business with pleasure they should both be fired. Women/men who have values don’t want to be with their co-workers, if they do consider it, think of it as a set up to wreck your home/career life or blackmail with later. If you don’t want to be accused of improper sexual harassment then keep things professional. Most of workers and employers aren’t looking for affairs, or confidentes most of us are working for a paycheck. Men or women who step out of line of professionalism should be fired on the spot. Both not just 1.

    • @Louise Cardinal
      I have no idea why you would think that things should or will stop there. If there is no such thing as gender, then separating men and women has no meaning. In the end we will all have to work separately and live separate lives, for the good of us all!
      Let’s do a damage assessment of Marxism especially in its current form of critical race theory and identity politics.
      1. Pitted class against class.
      2. Pitted generation against generation.
      3. Pitted race against race
      4. Pitted women against men.
      Where will this all end, except in alienation and hatred?

  9. Antony Bellingham | March 15, 2021 at 12:51 PM | Reply

    Czar? Russian Emperor of Vaccines in America?

  10. Evang Michael Norris | March 15, 2021 at 12:56 PM | Reply

    When it is a Democrat it is always obvious. When it is a Republican we have to always give them the benefit of the doubt.

  11. Why would he resign before investigations

  12. SSJvegito501 | March 15, 2021 at 2:31 PM | Reply

    Finally a president who doesn’t call something a “witch-hunt”.

  13. Summary of vaccine consent form:
    1. This vaccine has side effects, some serious.
    2. Long-term side effects are NOT known at this time.
    3. Not all side effects are listed or even known.
    4. This vaccine is still being studied in clinical trials.
    5. We can’t promise you this vaccine works.
    6. We have no liability for giving you this vaccine.

  14. 13skymoons13 | March 15, 2021 at 5:33 PM | Reply

    So sad, not innocent until proven guilty get accused you’re automatically guilty what kind of justice system is this?

    • Serendipity Shop | March 15, 2021 at 6:21 PM | Reply

      Innocent till proven guilty is for the justice system when they are weighing whether to imprison you or not. Losing your job does not require the same standard of proof. We should allow more time for investigations. But the situation does stink of bad judgment on multiple levels.

    • Oh really? Were you saying the same thing when Kavanaugh was being accused? If not I think you might be hypocritically partisan.

    • Serendipity Shop | March 16, 2021 at 5:06 PM | Reply

      @BluePlanet I said the same about Kavanaugh. We don’t need “beyond a reasonable doubt” to conclude that he had failed the job interview for a powerful lifetime appt. Just the lack of judicial temperament and warnings about future partisan retaliation should have been enough to toss him out of consideration for the Supreme Court–but not enough to remove him from his seat on the DC appeals bench.

  15. Boy! Let’s just pull out anything we can find to get rid of Cuomo. This goes on all over the place. Trump did it all the time, but the only person who is getting accused of anything is Cuomo. Can we say “political hit job”?

  16. Diana Peters | March 15, 2021 at 7:47 PM | Reply

    Shame, the Gov. put himself in compromising situations, shame. Me thinks can he govern? Not anymore.


  18. Evert Vandenberghe | March 16, 2021 at 12:58 PM | Reply

    Quid Pro Cuomo??

  19. He can Govern, he’s been doing it! This is a railroad effort to get him out! Shame in them for using this age old tactic to force someone out!!

  20. 12lb. toothbrush | March 18, 2021 at 1:17 AM | Reply

    The left will eat itself eventually and it’s hilarious the way they squirm and wriggle to justify it.

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