Governor Cuomo is putting all kinds of ridiculous restrictions on New Yorkers for the Thanksgiving holiday.
At the top of that list is limited household gatherings to 10 people.
How will they enforce this? Well, there have been suggestions of police monitoring grocery store purchases, counting cars in driveways, and possibly even entering homes that they think may have too many people in them.
To quote Kayleigh McEnany from earlier this week, these measures are “Orwellian” in nature.
This just does not sound like America and, apparently, some New York law enforcement agencies agree.
Saratoga County Sheriff Michael Zurlo stated, “I can’t see how devoting our resources to counting cars in citizens’ driveways or investigating how much turkey and dressing they’ve purchased is for the public good.”
Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giardino stated, “We have limited resources and we have to set priorities, so obtaining a Search Warrant to enter your home to see how many Turkey or Tofu eaters are present is not a priority.”
Even the New York City Police Commissioner has gone on the record to say his officers will NOT enforce these laws.
Cuomo was furious, stating, “I don’t believe that person is a law enforcement officer.
“I don’t want a law enforcement officer who says, ‘I’m only enforcing the law that I like or think should be enforced.’”
Isn’t it funny how he is upset about his law enforcement not raiding people’s homes on Thanksgiving but he has no problem with telling his police to ignore immigration laws so the entire state of New York can get turned into a sanctuary state?
The only real question is why not a single member of the media asked him that very question.
You can read more about this report on Fox News.