Friday, April 24, 2020

Guv Cuomo Sends Kansas Shout Out

An important sign of cross-country good faith during the pandemic as partisan election 2020 bickering threatens to sour every bit of American unity.

Take a look:

Gov. Cuomo: Kansas farm family sent mask to help New York health care worker

ALBANY, NY (KCTV) - A letter from a Kansas farmer donating a mask to a health care worker is now getting national attention after being shared by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The letter, which the governor read during an update Friday and then shared online, was sent by a couple from northeast Kansas named Dennis and Sharon Ruhnke on March 26.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can we please go one day without hearing about the looney Cuomo brothers and their drama?

Anonymous said...

Then stop watching CNN and masturbating!

Anonymous said...

I don't. The Cuomo's are all over yahoo, google, fox, abc, and msnbc as well. So tired of these two narcissistic, incompetent morons.

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Anonymous said...

Yep, all you have to do is walk in a room with a tv, doesn't matter the channel. The Chomos are on. Promoting themselves. The public is so naïve and sheep ready for the slaughter.

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