“Rules for thee, but not for me” may as well be the Cuomo family motto. CNN’s Chris Cuomo, who announced on March 31 that he has the coronavirus, broke quarantine on Easter Sunday to take his wife and children to look at an undeveloped property in East Hampton, New York, a full 30-minute drive from their home in Southampton, New York.
H/T: Washington Examiner
Maureen Callahan writes in the New York Post:
As lowly New Yorkers continue to heed Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s orders to stay indoors, at great personal and economic cost, his sick brother decided there was no better time than Easter Sunday to check out undeveloped property he bought in East Hampton.
Again: undeveloped property. All unnecessary construction is halted. There was literally no reason for Chris Cuomo to be there.
“On Easter Sunday, you know what?” Cuomo asked on April 8 while yelling at a selectively edited video of President Trump. “I will be sick, and I will be sick for some time to come. … I demand the truth for my situation. I demand the truth for you, as well. Again, too many of us have parents, loved ones, and kids in the balance.”
Somebody ask the governor if CNN should have aired his ne'er-do-well brother's emergence from a fake basement quarantine after he spent Easter at a friend's house in a different town yelling at passers-by.https://t.co/A8pQrPVZdz https://t.co/lfhyX3TnuV— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) April 21, 2020