John Oliver roams nursing home, Cuomo amid sex harassment scandals

HBO funnyman John Oliver roasted Gon Andrew Como on Sunday during the episode of “Last Week Tonight”, following the governor’s manipulation of the furious governor over the deaths at the Coronovirus nursing home and the “glee in his public adoration” amid the epidemic.

Not only did “Daily Show” Alum get Kyomo off the nursing home cover-up, but the admission of a top aide was first reported by The Post – but sexual harassment by two former employees less than a week later Charges .

“Even before the current scandals, there was something gross about Cuomo’s gaiety in his public adoration last year,” Oliver said, citing the governor Appear regularly on The CNN show was hosted by brother Chris Quomo, his embrace of the word “coumosexual” to describe his most fanatical fans and his self-congratulatory memoir, an epidemic that is still raging.

The lessons that Cuomo provided in the books are, presumably, # 1: press conferences; # 2: The End, “Oliver cracked.

Oliver made a concerted effort by the Cuomo administration to reduce the number of coronovirus deaths among nursing home residents, with the Governor’s sincere advice at the press conference, in which New York “follows the facts.”

John Oliver on his HBO show Last Week Tonight.
John Oliver on his HBO show “Last Week Tonight”

“The thing is, the facts are hard to follow if those in charge of those facts are actively withholding them from you,” Oliver said. “As far as advice goes, it’s basically useful as a bully, ‘stop yourself!’

“In both cases, yes, I would really like to. The thing is that some people will not leave me.

Oliver then went on to practice Cuomo’s citation of “following the facts” – and many others – for AJ Parkinson, a fictional character first invented by his father, the late three-term Gov. Press zombies as an inside joke with Mario Cuomo, Albany.

“While that may have been fascinating at the time, the current Cuomo is doing during an epidemic when virtually no one finds it is a strangely strange move,” Oliver said. “Circulating fake quotes is clearly not the worst thing Cuomo has done – which is becoming increasingly clear – but it feels like a very appropriate metaphor for an administration in which its chosen reality Are aggressively managed facts to fit. “

In the segment that aired Sunday night, Oliver did not discuss sexual harassment allegations against two former employees: Lindsey Boylan, 36, and Charlotte Hennett, 25, recently against the 63-year-old governor.

Kyomo has apologized for the workplace “jokes” that he said could be regarded as “unwanted flirtation”, while adding that he did not intend to hurt anyone and never touched anyone improperly , As alleged by Boylen.

Oliver stopped by saying that Kyomo’s running of scandals reminded him of “a more plausible one”.

“Oliver Cuomo is a big ‘hole’,” Oliver Riley. “This is from an outstanding writer named TJ Pimpernickle.

Oliver said, “I can tell you two things about TJ Pimpernickle.” “One, he is a person that I have completely made, and two, he is also completely right about Andrew Cuomo.”

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