This is not the first time that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has received special treatment from the mainstream media. This time when a former aide accused him of sexual harassment publicly on Dec. 13, mainstream media decided not to cover the story.

The report by the Media Research Center, an NGO dedicated to studying media behavior, accused NBC, CBS, and ABC networks of ignoring the story on its main news programs.

“The network newscasts on Sunday night and Monday morning were predictably silent on the shocking sexual harassment claims against Governor Andrew Cuomo, a hero among liberals. These are the same networks that praised his ‘excellency’ and gossiped over the single Democrat.”

Lindsey Boylan, who is now campaigning for a Manhattan borough president, accused the Democrat using her Twitter account.

Likewise, “curiously” when Cuomo made the decision to send elderly patients with the CCP Virus to nursing homes to recover, which caused the spread of the contagion among this most vulnerable group and more than 10,000 deaths in these nursing homes, the Television Academy awarded Cuomo an  Emmy.

“I assume Cuomo’s Emmy is for his starring role as ‘Dr. Death’ in the fatal nursing-home horror show,” U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, a Republican from upstate New York told the Post.

Actress and now activist Rose McGowan, known for exposing the sexual abuse of former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, did not hesitate to accuse the media of trying to discredit Boylan.

Mainstream media manipulation is already commonplace.

At this crucial time when Democrats are trying to steal the election from President Trump, the media is once again burying the truth or twisting it to deceive people that there was no fraud and that Biden is the new president.

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