bhararaIn the days after Preet Bharara says he was fired as the U.S. attorney in the Southern District of New York, the former prosecutor’s Twitter activity has been especially barbed toward Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

First, there was Bharara’s tweet that “now I know what the Moreland Commission must have felt like” — a post that made some speculate what, exactly, he meant (was he investigating President Trump? Was it the first shot in a potential gubernatorial primary?).

Then, on Friday, Bharara retweeted Ben Max of Gotham Gazette, who had linked to a story on Cuomo’s relative silence in recent weeks on ethics reform legislation.

The Twitter activity comes, too, after The New York Times reported last weekend Cuomo had warned Trump about Bharara as someone not to be trusted (which was denied by the Cuomo administration).

Bharara launched his own Twitter account this month, days before the Trump administration had the remaining federal prosecutors appointed by President Obama removed from office.

As U.S. attorney, Bharara would frequently chide Albany’s culture following high-profile corruption charges of lawmakers by his office.

Bharara had investigated Cuomo’s decision to close the Moreland Commission, ultimately deciding not to bring charges. He later charged a former top aide to Cuomo, Joe Percoco, as part of a bribery and bid-rigging case related to economic development projects.

An Albany insider scoffed, “Gee, what could he possibly be trying to distract from today?”