What will we have learned; how long will we remember, and how far back from neo-Marxist extremism will the political pendulum swing before we lose the current American generations so fortunately inherited? Conditions must sometimes get very bad before we wake up to...
Andrew Giuliani Announces His Run For NY Governor In 2022
New York’s Big Apple turned Gotham City has a new dragon slayer on the rise, Andrew Giuliani, son of former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and Trump White House Staffer, launched his bid on Tuesday, May 18, 2021. Giuliani is preparing for the next eighteen months ahead, anticipating a seat as New York City’s 57th governor in 2022.
This chip off the old block was joking about being a politician out of the womb. Many believe it’s in his DNA to run an aggressive race in the primary against more established veteran republican competitors, and then take out Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Groomed by his father’s politics, he too leads with a strong moral compass. This 35-year-old maverick plans to run against the old system and bring New York back to the people. He is promising to heal the political travesties by progressive lawmakers who ambushed the citizens and assets of the state while weaponizing them with over a decade reign of terror and lawlessness by the current governor, Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio, and other demonstrative cronies on both sides of the political aisle.
Giuliani hears the outcries of New York citizens over the mishandled debacle of Governor Cuomo, who is in deep water with this year’s emerging sexual misconduct allegations.
The bigger scandal is the 9,000 nursing home deaths during the covid pandemic, which only clamped down on law-abiding citizens, who were being alienated from their family and friends. As a former Trump staffer, he witnessed the blatant disregard that Cuomo exercised against President Trump’s arrangement and use of the Javits Center to house seniors and negated the use of the USS Comfort ship to aid the sick and dying.
New Yorkers have continuously expressed their anger and outrage over the old oligarch, especially during the restrictive enforcement of business and school closings, while simultaneously releasing prisoners from jail and rewarding them with more freedoms than the healthy population.
In his speech, the 35-year-old Guiliani said, his playbook will be a pro-business, pro-police, pro-school choice campaign, and that he will run as a change agent like that of his father and President Trump.
Andrew Giuliani rips into Cuomo as he announces 2022 NY governor run
He also stated, “I believe my dad was the greatest mayor ever in New York City, and maybe in the United States of America.” He further elaborated, “It would be one of the epic showdowns in the state’s history,” “Guiliani vs. Cuomo. Holy smokes. It’s Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier. We can sell tickets at Madison Square Garden.”
The younger Giuliani believes he is ready to serve the people of the great state of New York, and can take down the three-term governor, Andrew Cuomo.
Millions of New Yorkers believe that Cuomo has destroyed the state of New York, which was once a beacon of promise and hope for legal immigrants coming to America for an opportunity to change the future of their generational legacy.
The Big Apple is in much need of restoring all that was lost through failed progressive leadership and political tyranny. 2022 looks to be a promising year, I’m a former New Yorker, but young Andrew Giuliani has my vote, even if it only registers in the collective consciousness.
Like his dad, Rudy Giuliani, says, “When you confront a problem, you begin to solve it.”
Disclaimer: The information contained in this website is for educational, general information, and entertainment purposes only and is never intended to constitute medical or legal advice or to replace the personalized care of a primary care practitioner or legal expert.
While we endeavor to keep this information up to date and correct, the information provided by America Out Loud, its website(s), and any properties (including its radio shows and podcasts) makes no representations, or warranties of any kind, expressed, or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability, or availability with respect to its website(s) or the information, products, services or related graphics and images contained on the website(s) for any purpose.
The opinions expressed on the website(s), and the opinions expressed on the radio shows and podcasts, are the opinions of the show hosts and do not necessarily represent the opinions, beliefs, or policies of anyone or any entity we may endorse. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.
At no time, nor in any event, will we be liable for any loss, or damage, including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss of data or profits arising out of, in an association of, or connection with the use of this website.
Through this website, users can link to other websites that may be listed. Those websites are not under the control of America Out Loud or its brands. We have no control over the nature, content, or availability of those sites. America Out Loud has no control over what the sites do with the information they collect. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation, nor does it endorse the views expressed with or by them.
Every effort is made to keep the website up and running smoothly. However, America Out Loud takes no responsibility for, nor are we, and will not be liable for being temporarily unavailable due to technical difficulties beyond our control. America Out Loud does not sell, trade, nor market email addresses or other personal data.