Kathy Hochul is worse than Andrew Cuomo! It was inconceivable to think that someone could be worse than Cuomo, and that’s what the NY citizens have seen.
Gov. Hochul showed her real face when suggested to replace the unvaccinated healthcare workers with vaccinated. She didn’t stop here.
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Now, she told the people that the vaccines are from GOD. No one knows which God she worships. It’s a blasphemous statement, and she’s a heretic.
NEW – NY Governor Hochul proclaims, "The vaccine comes from God" and asks those present in the megachurch congregation, "I need you to be my apostles."pic.twitter.com/naPWVWX0nk
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) September 27, 2021
Those who didn’t want to get the vaccine aren’t respecting God’s order! It’s funny that Hochul said that solving systemic racial injustice is a challenging and critical problem.
Black NY citizens don’t want to get the vaccine for very apparent reasons. We know that Cuomo wanted to place someone crazier than him.
Who knew that between Andrew Cuomo and @GovKathyHochul, Andrew Cuomo was the less crazy one?
— Emerald Robinson ✝️ (@EmeraldRobinson) September 28, 2021
NY Gov. Kathy Hochul Says "The Vaccine Is From God" And "I Need You To Be My Apostles" … I Think This New High Priestess Is Reading From A Different Bible https://t.co/EpFngZCFWI
— Not the Bee (@Not_the_Bee) September 28, 2021
Kathy Hochul is so bad she’s *almost* making people miss Andrew Cuomo.
— Desi Cuellar for Congress (NY-14) (@DesiJCuellar) September 28, 2021
Replacing Andrew Cuomo with Kathy Hochul and trying to feel good about it is like buying the store brand pasta instead of the name brand and trying to feel good about saving a few cents.
Same thing, same ingredients, but different label.
— Claudia Tenney (@claudiatenney) September 28, 2021
The fix is always in…
Why is Kathy Hochul protecting Andrew Cuomo?
Why is Kathy Hochul protecting Howard Zucker?
— VoicesForSeniors (@Voices4Seniors) September 15, 2021
On a scale of 1 to Andrew Cuomo, how bad is New York?
— Shawn Farash ❌🐻 (@Shawn_Farash) September 27, 2021
Kathy Hochul is officially worse than Andrew Cuomo. https://t.co/WxjgIQocsb
— Red Lion Politics (@lion_politics) September 27, 2021
NY Gov. Kathy Hochul: “There are not legitimate religious exemptions because the leaders of all the organized religions have said there's no legitimate reason." pic.twitter.com/UPp7Lc9tDY
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 27, 2021
A day ahead of New York’s vaccine mandate deadline, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) attended a church service, where she told Christian worshippers the vaccine had been delivered straight from God.
Speaking at a Sunday mass at the Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, Hochul attempted to frame her draconian edicts as though they were ordained by God himself.
“We are not through this pandemic,” Hochul said.
“I wished we were, but I prayed a lot to God during this time and you know what, God did answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women, the scientists, the doctors, the researchers — he made them come up with a vaccine. That is from God to us and we must say, ‘Thank you, God. Thank you.’”
“Yes, I know you’re vaccinated. they’re the smart ones, but you know, there are people out there who aren’t listening to god and what god wants. you know, this, you know who they are,” she stated.
“I need you to be my apostles, I need you to go out and talk about it and say, ‘We owe this to each other. We love each other.’ Jesus taught us to love one another and how do you show that love but to care about each other enough to say, ‘Please get the vaccine because I love you and I want you to live? I want our kids to be safe when they’re in schools? I want to be safe when you go to a doctor’s office or to a hospital and are treated by somebody?’ You don’t want to get the virus from them. You’re already sick or you wouldn’t be there.”
“And here is my promise to you, my friends. I will use the inspiration of God in my life and fight for you every single day as your governor and beyond,” she added.
Despite invoking the Holy Spirit, Fox News notes Hochul “has spoken dismissively regarding those who would seek a religious exemption to the COVID-19 vaccine.”
At a press conference yesterday, she claimed she knew of no known organized religion that was granting such an exemption.
Hochul has a vaccine necklace to show her vaccination status.