WATCH: Democrats Gang Up on New York Governor Cuomo After Recent Sex Allegations
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is in for a world of hurt. I think his best bet right now would be to resign and hope that prosecution will take it easy on him.
But the thing about Democrats, as I’m sure you already know, is that they are extremely stubborn. They could be caught red-handed, which in this case Cuomo has been caught, and they will lie to your face about it.
Honestly, there are some times that I don’t even think that they know they’re lying. What I mean by that is that I really think that their brains are so fried that they can easily convince themselves that they are innocent of wrongdoing even if they just did it. It’s astonishing really.
Finally, Democrats are speaking out against Gov. Cuomo and I’m sure he’s starting to feel the heat.
He was already being investigated for his insane policy during the pandemic which led to the deaths of thousands of people because of a policy that allowed COVID-19 positive individuals to be taken back into nursing homes. In other words, you just couldn’t tell them they can’t come back just because they had COVID-19.
But it wasn’t even just that. Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean lost both of her in-laws during the pandemic and she blames that on the policies from Gov. Cuomo due to the treatment (or lack thereof) they were given at that time.
Now New York Assemblyman Ron Kim, and Jessica Ramos, both Democrats held a rally last week calling for justice and charges to be brought against Gov. Cuomo.
Of course, this is all more than just the nursing home deaths. This now has to do with sexual assault.
According to Breitbart,
Lindsey Boylan, the former deputy secretary for economic development and special adviser to Cuomo, said Cuomo repeatedly touched her body, attempted to kiss her on the mouth, invited her to play “strip poker,” and overtly objectified her, documenting her experiences with screenshots of emails and texts in a Medium post.
Boylan alleges that Cuomo’s top female staff members “normalized” the governor’s conduct. In 2018, she says, she began to “speak up” after Cuomo allegedly kissed her without consent, but her superiors “reprimanded” her:
After that, my fears worsened. I came to work nauseous every day. My relationship with his senior team — mostly women — grew hostile after I started speaking up for myself. I was reprimanded and told to get in line by his top aides, but I could no longer ignore it.
On September 26, 2018, I sent a mass email informing staff members of my resignation.
Even Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has called for Gov. Cuomo to be investigated, however, she’s been remarkably silent about the sexual assault allegations. She wanted to Brett Kavanaugh’s head on a silver platter when he was falsely accused, but now that Cuomo is rightfully being outed, she’s silent. Double standard much?