"This is going to be a difficult couple of weeks," Cuomo said. "It's going to be a tense couple of weeks. I think that it is good for Biden and his people to push the pace. They are not abusing any tradition or any norm that is all happening on the other side of the ball, as it always has. And as I have reported all along and argued, this is a time where people must be remembered for what they did, what they said, what they did not do and what they failed to say."
"There is good, and there was bad and there was right and there was wrong," Cuomo continued. "Not everything is subjective. And just because somebody decides to do what is wrong, doesn't mean it's a personal style choice. That's about how you match a tie, and a handkerchief. Not about how you decide to discuss Muslims, or our democracy."
"People have to remember how people acted during this time, what they said in the media, in the GOP, and yes, in the Democratic Party as well," Cuomo demanded. "And you should never forget how we got here, because we can return to the same place very quickly."
"People have power," he said. "This election proves that. And for all the money, all the special interests, all the messaging, all the media, all the deception, if people come out, they win. The winner of this election without question is the American people."