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After facing many calls to resign over alleged sexual allegations, the dust has finally settled. Andrew Cuomo, who had seemed to be a ‘Teflon Don’ in his own right, is no longer governor of New York. The often bombastic governor was forced to resign in disgrace. And while it would seem the story ends there, it hasn’t, for one former New Yorker has a personal beef with him.
Darren Aquino, a native of New York and now a resident of Florida says what Cuomo did to the elderly and veterans in-state nursing homes is criminal and he despises him. The advocate for the disabled and veterans tells “After Dark” that he personally reached out to the governor on numerous occasions to give him advice on handling the COVID crisis in nursing homes. His advice, however, was rejected.
Aquino describes what Cuomo did to the elderly and veterans as criminal. He said he recommended the governor use “ the armory’s around the city” to house COVID patients but it didn’t happen. As a result, he said, thousands died. The “nursing homes was a death trap” Aquino explains. “How can you put COVID infected in with healthy people?”
The candidate for Congress in Florida says he holds Cuomo personally responsible for the deaths of 22,000 plus including veterans. He said while the sexual harassment allegations ended Cuomo’s term as governor the “death and murder of the most vulnerable disable Americans” in our society should not go unnoticed or unpunished.
Darren Aquino is the founder and CEO of Advocates for Disabled Americans, Veterans, Police, Firemen & Families (ADA VETs). He became an advocate for the disabled in 1983. In 1999, he created his national non-profit, with a unique concept where all members and volunteers are disabled. This comprehensive network of members and volunteers assists the disabled community with any issues related to the lack of societal integration, lack of due process–which is a fundamental right–and lack of fair and equal treatment.
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