New York’s Moron-in-Chief Andrew Cuomo has made the bold claim that he is “undocumented” and challenges the Trump administration to start with him if they want to deport illegal immigrants.

Poor Governor Cuomo is either stupid or ignorant. So as not to challenge the Governor’s honesty and integrity, I will presume the former.

Notwithstanding much evidence to the contrary, including an American birth certificate, I believe that Governor Cuomo’s declaration and confession should be accepted at face value.

ICE should arrest the Governor immediately and jail him, pending deportation, until the matter can be thoroughly investigated and his US citizenship, or lack thereof, confirmed. I understand that can take months or even years.

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From BizPac Review

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo failed at his attempt to proclaim solidarity with immigrants when he declared himself “undocumented” and challenged officials to deport him.

The 60-year-old Democrat was born and raised in New York but didn’t let facts deter him from his eyebrow-raising speech at a bill-signing ceremony last week.

“I’m undocumented. You want to deport an undocumented person, start with me because I’m an undocumented person,” Cuomo said.

The liberal governor criticized the “extreme conservative movement” for being “anti-immigrant” as he sought to align himself with the plight of immigrants. Of course, the glaring issue is that Cuomo is not an immigrant.

The New York City native was born in Queens to parents who were also born in New York. His father, Mario Cuomo, was a successful lawyer before entering politics and becoming the governor of New York.

“I’m an Italian-American. I came from poor Italian-Americans who came here. You know what they called Italian-Americans back in the day? They called them wops,” Cuomo continued, noting the slur. “You know what wop stood for? Without papers.”

Except, according to the Online Etymology dictionary, the slur comes from southern Italian dialect “guappo,” which means “dandy, dude, stud.” The Merriam-Webster’s dictionary also notes that the slur originates from the Italian word “guappo,” meaning “street tough” or “thug.”

Cuomo’s bizarre speech came one day after he made similar comments to a group of union workers, saying he was “raised by poor immigrants from South Jamaica.”

Immigrant advocacy groups immediately slammed Cuomo for his attempt at solidarity.

Make the Road Action, New York’s largest immigrant-rights group, called for an apology.

“His parents weren’t immigrants, his family wasn’t poor, & he has no idea what it’s like to [be] undocumented,” the group’s Antonio Alarcon said in a statement. “Governor Cuomo’s recent pattern of falsehoods and exaggerations about his life story is a sad and disturbing turn of events for New York. It’s disturbing because it serves to diminish and undermine the very real struggles of millions of New Yorkers.”

He slammed the governor for having  “no idea what it’s like to live as an undocumented person.”

“To Dreamer and immigrants like me, these fabrications are offensive,” Alarcon said. “For those of us who came to this country with our parents to find a better life, and have struggled daily to get by and faced the threat of being torn from our family, it’s unbelievable that the governor would try to claim to have shared our experience.”

The two-term governor, who is facing actress and activist Cynthia Nixon as his primary opponent this year, came under heavy fire for his claims. He also set off backlash last year when President Trump attempted to impose a travel ban on those from some Muslim countries.

“As a New Yorker, I am a Muslim. As a New Yorker, I am Jewish. As a New Yorker, I am Black. I am gay. I am disabled. I am a woman seeking to control her health and her choices. Because as a New Yorker we are one community,” he had declared at the time.

Conservative radio host Ben Shapiro had a reality check for Cuomo’s latest remarks. even tweeted the definition of the word “undocumented” and added the hashtag #Cuomo.