[VIDEO] Andrew Cuomo: Pro-Lifers, Gun Rights Supporters ‘Have No Place’ in New York

January 19, 2014 5:20 pmViews: 1302

Andrew Cuomo we don't want no conservatives


For liberals who preach tolerance, most of them see to be on the extreme side of intolerance. Take one New York Governor and uber-liberal Andrew Cuomo. He has flat out said he does not want conservative Republicans in the State of New York.

Being as intolerant as a liberal can be of other belief systems, the rather extreme Governor Cuomo also said about those who are pro-life, pro-gun and don't support homosexual marriage, "Right-to-life, pro-assault weapons, anti-gay — if that's who they are, they have no place in the state of New York".

Really, this kind of hate and "belief cleansing" comes from the man who is in the highest office in the state of New York? Some of these elitist politicians act as though they are the bosses of the people when in reality it is the people, backed up by the Constitution who in reality are the bosses of the politicians.

Every liberal media outlet in the nation covered how supposedly bigoted Phil Robertson was when he made comments regarding his personal belief on gay relationships and marriage, but will we hear about Governor Cuomo's call for a Conservative "cleansing" of New York in the national media?

Read more below from NewsMax and then listen to the video after that:

Conservative Republicans have no place in New York with their right-wing views because "that's not what New Yorkers are," Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo says.

"Who are they?" Cuomo said on Albany's The Capitol Pressroom radio show Friday, reports the New York Post.

"Right-to-life, pro-assault weapons, anti-gay — if that's who they are, they have no place in the state of New York because that's not who New Yorkers are," he continued.

Cuomo said his words don't extend to moderate Republicans, such as those in the state Senate, who he believes "have a place in their state."

Further, Cuomo complained that Republicans with "extreme" views create an identity crisis for their own party, and give people more to worry about than himself or other Democrats.

"Their problem isn't me and the Democrats; their problem is themselves," said Cuomo.

Further, he said conservative Republicans' views are out of step with most New Yorkers' and said the GOP needs to back moderates to win seats this fall.

"You have a schism within the Republican Party,” Cuomo said. "They’re searching to define their soul. That’s what’s going on . . . It’s a mirror of what’s going on in Washington."

Michael Long, who heads the state Conservative Party, told The Buffalo News that Cuomo's rhetoric went too far.

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