Smell the latest swamp gas bubble: "An eight-month probe by state Inspector General Joseph Fisch of one of the largest-ever state contracts — a 30-year franchise to run a downstate casino worth potentially billions of dollars — reveals an almost breathtaking array of abuses by top Democratic officials controlling the legislative and executive branches."
Be astonished at the stench just as an incredulous Inspector General, Fisch, who said,."This is Sen. Sampson," [who gave] confidential information to Carl Andrews, a former state senator and AEG lobbyist at the time. Sampson's lack of recall during his interview with investigators was remarkable. "I stopped counting the number of 'I don't recalls' when I reached 100," he said of Sampson's testimony."
"Every single major leader of the Senate Democrats is being recommended to the federal prosecutor or the district attorney to be investigated criminally"
See the Senate Democrats feeding at the AEG cash bait drop joined by a hungry Andrew Cuomo, "Of course he did receive contributions from the players in the AEG scandal." "Nor does it change the fact that Cuomo has received campaign contributions from individuals and companies aligned with the scandal, including Levine Builders, Turner Construction, Greenstar Services, and Floyd Flake."
We've located in the Albany Swamp Andrew Cuomo, whose integrity he says is above reproach. He wasn't MIA in this scandal, nor draining the Albany Swamp. He was battling to get his fair share at the AEG cash bait drop in the Albany Swamp.