Cuomo’s Brazen Stalling Strategy

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks at an event in Bronx N.Y., March 26, 2021. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters/Pool)

The latest scandal on special COVID testing for family members could, ironically, work to the embattled governor’s advantage.


im Geraghty, Phil Klein, and Jack Crowe had excellent posts last week on the new wave in the Cuomo-scandal swirl: the New York governor’s preferential COVID-testing treatment for his family members, including Cuomo’s CNN talking-head brother and hagiographer, Chris, and sundry courtiers (the Times has added pharma execs to the roster). I want to address what happens now, which may be . . . not much — at least for a while.

Cuomo and his allies are perversely exploiting the metastasizing of allegations against him as a stalling strategy. They urge that everything, including the kitchen sink, be thrown into the …

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