The Allegations Against Andrew Cuomo and Why We Hold Elected Officials Accountable Part 1

Published on March 4, 2021

Whether you were shocked or surprised by the recent allegations brought against Gov. Andrew Cuomo, we can all agree it’s a huge letdown. But it’s also a great lesson in the importance of holding our elected officials accountable for their actions, no matter how much their weird artistic representations of COVID made us laugh in the past. This is part 1 of 2.




  • He MAN 3 years ago

    Allowing Cuomo to have hero status for simply doing the right thing never made sense to me.

  • Rebecca Valicoff 3 years ago

    We never held trump and republicans accountable. Leave.him alone

  • Wendy Illa 3 years ago

    The Cuomo Brothers have never sat right with me. It’s starting to make some sense now.

  • New Message 3 years ago

    All ya had to do was not be a monster, Andy… And you were golden. Shoe in for your own Pres run… Just.. don’t be a monster. But nope… couldn’t do it, couldjya?

  • Michael Waller 3 years ago

    Great work Sam and team!

  • John Jones 3 years ago

    Do his actions merit being removed? What is the standard? Any inappropriate comment? Unwanted flirting? I am not a big supporter of Cuomo by the way, but I am curious if there an agreed upon standard.

  • Andrew Anastasovski 3 years ago

    Bothering young women is bad enough, but it’s the nursing home thing is why he’s gotta go. That’s a pretty big failure.

  • A P 3 years ago

    Democrats are so fake and phony….just like Sam Bee and her racist husband.

  • Marinus Eybers 3 years ago


  • Collin McLean 3 years ago

    A New York politician with an abrasive personality and giant ego who’s reputation was momentarily saved by the arrival of a huge disaster… He’s basically another iteration of Rudy Giuliani… Except more Frankenstein’s monster instead of Count Orlock…


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