Conflicting Reports On The Package Allegedly Received By Governor Cuomo

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CNN reported that a “suspicious package” delivered to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office did not contain explosives.

Most of the mainstream reports on this subject only acknowledge one package sent to Cuomo. But a Cuomo spokesman inexplicably said that Cuomo actually did receive a suspicious package after the first package was deemed not to be a threat. The Cuomo spokesman said that the governor was briefed on the second package and announced it in real time.

Now, the Cuomo spokesman — apparently only referring to one package — said that the package contained “computer files” on the Proud Boys, which seems to contradict a CNN reporter’s claim that the package contained “literature.” Do computer files count as literature?

A photo has emerged with the term “PROUD BOYS INFO” written in sharpie on the outside of the envelope allegedly sent to Cuomo’s office.

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The apparent confusion is garnering scrutiny on social media, by people who are demanding answers in this very serious investigation.

Here is CNN’s Erica Orden at 2:01 PM Eastern saying the package was “in fact just an informational package containing literature.”

Here is Cuomo spokesman Rich Azzopardi revealing the existence of the Proud Boys computer files at 2:26 PM.

Here is a previous tweet from Azzopardi apparently talking about two different packages, which he tweeted at 1:31 PM:

Here is a photograph of the alleged envelope, marked “PROUD BOYS INFO.”