NY Governor Andrew Cuomo Gives Speech Praising Muslims And Jews, Excludes Christians (VIDEO)

New York Governor, Andrew Cuomo gave a speech a couple weeks back to show his solidarity with Muslims after Trump’s travel ban. On Sunday, Muslims and Muslim sympathizers also protested in Times Square. Governor Cuomo posted the video of his speech to his Twitter account using the hashtag #IAmAMuslimToo to show support for the protesters. In his speech celebrating ‘diversity’, he praised Jews and Muslims while excluding Christians. 

Andrew Cuomo:

…And that as a New Yorker, I am a Muslim! And as a New Yorker, I am Jewish! And as a New Yorker I am a refugee! And as a New Yorker I am black! And as a New Yorker, I am gay! And as a New Yorker I am poor! And as a New Yorker, I am homeless! And as a New Yorker I’m a child who needs an education and as a New Yorker I am a family living in poverty! And that we are all connected and that we are one…”

Well of course we are all connected unless you are a Christian because Christians need not apply. Christians are being slaughtered and turned into sex slaves in the Middle East by Muslims, but let’s roll out the red carpet for Muslims. Lest we forget the worst attack in recorded human history that took place in New York on September 11, 2001 by Islamic terrorists.

New York suffered another Islamic terrorist attack in Chelsea in September of 2016 when a pressure cooker bomb exploded. Thank God there were no fatalities, but what is it going to take for New Yorkers to wake up?


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