WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
By Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz
District 32 Bronx County, New York
Another Brilliant Divide and Conquer Move By Governor Andrew Cuomo
You should know that today, Governor Andrew Cuomo, the head of the Democratic Party in New York State, is all set to implement Machiavelli’s infamous “divide and conquer” technique right here in Albany.
You should know that Governor Cuomo’s has invited the 25 Members of the Senate Democrats to the Governor’s Mansion at where he will present his Budget to us. Following that meeting, Governor will present his Budget to the more than 100 Democratic members of the Assembly. And then at , Governor Cuomo will present his Budget to the Press.
It is important for you to know that it is Governor Cuomo is trying to present his Budget to Albany’s Democrats : first to the 25 Members of the Senate, and following that to the more than 100 Democrats in the Assembly – and then to the press
This does not give us Democrats any time to ask any questions.
It is also important for you to know that Governor Cuomo has already presented his Budget to the Senate Republicans and the Independent Democratic Conference during lunch today, giving them time to ask a question or 2.
This is a great divide and conquer move by the Governor, with a tremendous lack of respect for the Legislature.
I am Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz and this is what you should know.
Senator Reverend Ruben Diaz Sr. however does not tell us of his own intention to run for the term limited 18th City Council District, as he did before he was re-elected to the state senate. On the latest Campaign Finance Board reporting as of January 15th 2017, Ruben Diaz Sr. is not listed as a candidate for the 18th City Council District.
So State Senator Ruben Diaz Sr. are you running for the 18th City Council seat as you said, or are you trying to divide and conquer the voters with a lie.
Clear your soul now before it is to late, and let us know if you are running for the 18th City Council seat or not.
God will not like it if you are lying to the good people of the Bronx.
That is what we should know.