Former Gov. Cuomo visits Buffalo to show support for shooting victims
It’s now more than a week after the deadly shooting in Buffalo that left 10 people dead and three more injured. Former Gov. Cuomo was in Buffalo on Sunday to show support for the victims of last weekend’s tragedy.
Cuomo says mass shootings or racially motivated attacks like this one cannot be the new normal.
"People are dead just because of the color of their skin, and that’s not supposed to happen in this country, America," said Cuomo. "It couldn’t be more ugly. Tops grocery store, an oasis in a food desert, in a community that was already suffering."
Cuomo went onto urge Congress to strengthen gun control, saying New York already has the toughest gun safety law in the nation. He was referring to the New York SAFE Act that passed while he was governor.
While Cuomo stepped down last year, it appears he is contemplating a political comeback.