NANCY Cuomo’s nursing homes have been enjoying a little too much meme heaven.
In the last week, the governor’s official social media accounts have been posting dozens of hilarious memes that they say are meant to celebrate the governor.
One of the funniest is a series of funny memes that were posted to the governors official Twitter account by a nursing home nurse in New York, which were accompanied by a photo of the nursing home’s mascot.
The photos were posted on February 23 and have been viewed more than 1 million times.
The nursing home posted the photos on their official Twitter page, which includes a caption that reads, “I love my nursing home.
It’s a big family.”
The nursing homes official Twitter feed has also been posting some of the more humorous memes, including a meme that shows Cuomo wearing a mask, his teeth and a mask of his daughter’s favorite cartoon character, Winnie the Pooh.
The memes were originally posted to Cuomo’s official Twitter accounts by a nurse at the Long Island City nursing home, which is owned by his brother and a former New York City firefighter.
The nurse is known for posting funny memes and funny memes, but some of them have been deemed offensive to some residents.
In one instance, the nurse said, “The nurses in our home are my friends and they deserve our respect and our love.”
Another of the nurses, who is married to a nursing director, posted, “If you’re a nurse in our nursing home you deserve respect.”
The governor has also posted more than 100 pictures of nurses, nurses’ aides, nurses in their uniforms, nurses on their balconies and nurses in hats, jackets and caps, all with the caption “New York, the Nurses.”
One of the images of Cuomo’s wife, Maggie, is featured in the photos.
The governor has previously tweeted photos of her with his daughter, who has autism, and in a separate tweet shared this photo of his son, also known as “Max,” with his mother, Rosalind.
“Max is so sweet.
She is the love of my life.
She was my first foster mom and I will miss her so much.
She will be missed and I am so happy to see her and so happy for her,” Cuomo said in a statement to NBC New York.
The governor’s aides also posted a photo from the hospital, featuring his wife and son, with the words, “Mommy and Daddy, we are so proud of you, we love you so much.”
“The most incredible and touching moment was when my son, Max, had his own moment with Rosalinder and his mother,” he said.
“I think that the nursing homes are very proud of the incredible work they do in the care of their residents and their staff,” Cuomo’s press secretary, Kelly McCarthy, told NBC News.
“It’s just amazing how many people care about these nurses and the caring that they do.
We’re grateful for all of the support that they get.”
The president of the New York State Nurses Association, Stephanie Heneghan, told the Associated Press that the photos are an insult to the people of New York.
“I think it is disrespectful and it is offensive and it just doesn’t reflect the people that work at the nursing and home care facilities,” Heneghans said.
“And I think it just reflects what we see in other states where people who are in charge of our health care system are the ones that are disrespecting our health system.
It doesn’t represent the hard work and dedication of our nurses.”
McCarthy, the Cuomo administration spokesman, said the governor is “extremely proud” of the work of the staff at his nursing homes.
“We’ve seen that nursing home nurses are incredibly dedicated, they are extremely dedicated to their care and they are incredibly focused on what they do,” McCarthy said.