We’re not sure exactly when it happened, but the Left collectively decided to assail anyone — especially Republican politicians — who offered “thoughts and prayers” in the immediate aftermath of a school shooting or similar tragedy. They want action, not empty platitudes, and they certainly don’t want your “prayers.”

So New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo knew exactly what he was doing when he said he’d keep the NRA in his thoughts and prayers after the organization said it was facing a financial crisis thanks to Cuomo.

See you in court? This is the same guy who says he’s going to sue if the Supreme Court reverses Roe v. Wade.

New York Post reporter Salena Zito offered a gentle reminder that thoughts and prayers actually mean things to people of faith.

We’re sure Cuomo and his followers thought his tweet was pretty clever, but he sure was being dismissive by treating prayer like a joke.

We remember that — a voice vote drowned out by boos.

Is it really so bad to offer thoughts and prayers in the wake of a tragedy, before there’s even been a count of casualties? Guess so: