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Cuomo On Short List To Be Biden’s Attorney General – Report

With the theft of the election nearly complete after the Supreme Court refused to hear the landmark lawsuit brought by Texas against four states where the fraud took place, Joe Biden is moving full speed ahead with his transition.

At this point, it is relatively safe to say that good old Joe from Scranton will indeed be installed into the White House barring a miracle, and a Biden-Harris administration will be an all-star team of the worst elements of society.

One of the most important jobs to fill will be for attorney general and Americans who value their freedom should get a cold chill up their spine over one of the names that’s on the shortlist.

According to the report, “a person with knowledge of the search process” has Cuomo in the top four finalists for the job, a prospect that should terrify any who have watched in horror as he has crushed New Yorkers under his heel with a series of punishing decrees.

The other names at the top of the list are former deputy AG Sally Yates, recently defeated Alabama Senator Doug Jones, and Merrick Garland who was Barack Obama’s pick to replace deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia but who never got a confirmation hearing.

According to the Associated Press, “Gov. Cuomo Among Top Contenders to Become Biden’s Attorney General: AP Sources”:

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is one of several contenders under consideration by President-elect Joe Biden for the role of attorney general, a person with knowledge of the search process said Friday.

The other three contenders at the moment include outgoing Alabama Sen. Doug Jones, federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland and former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, said the person, who cautioned that no decision had been reached and no announcement was expected imminently.

The person was not authorized to discuss the search process by name and spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press.

The AP reported earlier in the week that Jones, who lost his Senate seat last month, and Garland, who was spurned by Republicans four years ago for a spot on the Supreme Court, had emerged as the two front-runners in the search process.

Spokespeople for Cuomo did not immediately return emails seeking comment Friday.

The news comes as Governor Cuomo has just issued a new lockdown order that will ban indoor dining and dashes any hopes of already battered small business owners who were counting on the busy holiday season to put a tourniquet around the losses that have been inflicted on them by the wannabe mob boss in Albany.

With it having been revealed that current Attorney General William P. Barr sat on the news that Hunter Biden was under a federal investigation, thereby putting his thumb on the scale for lunchbucket Joe and the Democrats, the next top lawman will be expected to shut down probes into Democrat misconduct.

New Yorkers would cheer the departure of the tyrannical Cuomo from the governor’s mansion but it would be a nightmarish scenario for the rest of the country.

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