A New York billboard located along a major interstate highway shows a picture of outgoing Gov. Andrew Cuomo with the caption “PIG.”
The billboard, located along New York’s I-787 highway, can be seen by drivers passing through the capital city of Albany where the governor has worked and resided since 2011.
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The sign was put up by 50-year-old Brian Olesen, who has targeted the embattled governor with several signs both on billboards and behind airplanes over the past few months as the governor faced multiple scandals.
“Without a doubt, it’s a celebration,” Oleson said in response to his decision to fly a banner behind an airplane this week that said, “GOODBYE GOVERNOR BAD TOUCH! YOUR FRIEND BRIAN.”
I think the man is a disgusting human being,” Oleson added.
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The billboard that now says “PIG” previously called on Cuomo to resign and be impeached.
Cuomo announced earlier this week he is resigning effective August 24 after a scathing report from New York Attorney Letitia James that concluded he had sexually harassed multiple women.
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“New York tough means New York loving, and I love New York and I love you,” Cuomo said at the time of his resignation. “I would never want to be unhelpful in any way, and I think given the circumstances, the best way I can help now is if I step aside and let government get back to governing, and therefore, that’s what I’ll do.”
Cuomo will be replaced by New York Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, a Democrat, on August 24. Hochul has said she intends to run for re-election in her own right next year.