Das Fuhrer wants quiet, no more speaking out against the "Safe Act"

"We didn't get a response (to the analysis) from him, but we could tell after the budget was passed that none of those recommendations were taken into consideration," Moss said. "When we got there, we never got to the contents of the letter."

Instead, Cuomo pushed the sheriffs to stop publicly speaking out against the act, Moss said.

"The governor was of the opinion that the sheriffs around the state should not be interjecting their personal opinions in reference to the law," Moss said, adding that Cuomo said sheriffs can't do that and enforce the law.
The Quack in Charge has indicated that he would remove any (duly elected) Sheriff from office if they don't enforce the Safe Act.

Well, I guess the the governor has no problem with infringing on the First amendment either.