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NY Daily News | Gov. Cuomo drops N-word in radio interview while talking about discrimination against Italian-Americans

"The [NY] Times also said in an article the other day, apropos of nothing, they were talking about it," the governor told WAMC host Alan Chartock. "Going back to the Italian-Americans because now you have me. They used an expression that southern Italians were called quote-unquote, and pardon my language, but I'm just quoting The Times, n----r w--s. N-word wops as a derogatory comment."

The [NY] Times published an op-ed titled "How Italians Became White" over the weekend analyzing discrimination faced by Italians in the past. The term was used in piece as an illustration of racist insults Southern Italians in particular faced. ...

2018: Turley | Cuomo Lands A Wopper Over Italian Slur

Cuomo declared "You know what wop stood for? Without papers." That is news to me. ... The Online Etymology dictionary would beg to differ.  The slur originated from southern Italian dialect "guappo" or "dandy, dude, stud."... This appears to be a Democratic talking point. James Kinney, the mayor of Philadelphia, reportedly said [wtf] ...
Yeah. That is I.

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"fight me" is the traditional Philly greeting, this guy is legit

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by Cat on Wed Oct 16th, 2019 at 12:17:24 AM EST
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