Cuomo finally receives his comeuppance!
While Governor Andrew Cuomo (NY) made several headlines earlier in the year after various women came forward alleging sexual misconduct, the fictional news media did its best to downplay these accusations as much as possible.
Given that Andrew Cuomo’s brother, Chris Cuomo, works for CNN, it was even easier for the leftist media to downplay the behavior of one of its own.
Even now, Chris Cuomo is remaining silent, which is apparently so egregious that even Newsweek is lambasting him for his biased position.
However, Letitia James, the Attorney General of New York, persisted in her dogged investigation of Cuomo’s various sex-related shenanigans, and her efforts culminated in an explosive report that reveals vast insight into Cuomo’s predatory ways.
Noting that Cuomo had harassed at least 11 women during his time in office, James also charged Cuomo with creating a toxic work environment, based upon the reports from independent investigators Anne Clark and Joon Kim.
Clark and Kim interviewed 179 individuals and reviewed over 74,000 pieces of evidence, all of which led to the damning report released by James, wherein she explicitly details Cuomo’s disturbing mode of governance.
“The investigators found the Governor Cuomo’s actions and those of the executive chamber violated multiple state and federal laws as well as the executive chamber’s own written policies … This investigation has revealed conduct that corrodes the very fabric and character of our state government.” [Source: OANN]
Not only did Cuomo violate countless laws through his sexual harassment shenanigans, but one can only imagine how many other laws he violated after thousands upon thousands of individuals in nursing homes passed away from COVID.
On top of that, he also openly fantasized about violently attacking Trump, though of course such commentary was just fine by the fictional news media’s “standards.”
Needless to say, Cuomo has needed to go for quite some time, and James’s report should hopefully be the final impetus to send him on his way.
For instance, Elise Stefanik, a GOP Congresswoman from New York, crisply pointed out that Cuomo is not above the law and should be prosecuted accordingly.
“No one is above the law and justice must be served. Governor Cuomo must resign and be arrested immediately … President Joe Biden must immediately call for Cuomo’s resignation.” [Source: Townhall]
Democrats, being Democrats, have quickly become concerned about their own public image, which is why they are perhaps just as vocal, if not more vocal, than the Republicans in calling for Cuomo to resign.
For instance, Chuck Schumer rapidly issued a statement calling for Cuomo’s resignation, sounding oddly similar to Stefanik.
“No elected official is above the law. The people of New York deserve better leadership in the governor’s office. We continue to believe that the governor should resign.” [Source: The Washington Examiner]
Despite Cuomo himself being interviewed for 11 hours, as well as insisting that he has “never touched anyone appropriately or made inappropriate sexual advancements,” support for him has been quite scant, which is one “advantage” of the Democrat Party’s fixation on victims.
Press Secretary Psaki, for instance, quickly weighed in on the report regarding Cuomo, characterizing it as “abhorrent.”
“I don’t know that anyone could have watched this morning and not found the allegations to be abhorrent. I know I certainly did, and again the president will speak to this later this afternoon.” [Source: MSN]
To the surprise of many, Biden did weigh in quite rapidly, and quite aggressively, one of the biggest surprises of all.
“I think he should resign … I think he’ll probably end up being prosecuted, too.” [Source: The Washington Examiner]
To not only call for Cuomo’s resignation, but also his probable prosecution, was certainly not expected so quickly out of the Biden administration.
However, it is a welcome relief, though it remains to be seen whether or not Cuomo will resign, much less be prosecuted for his crimes.
Stay tuned to find out …
Author: Jane Jones
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