New York Governor Cuomo got hit with the second edge of the sword this week.
A former staffer who has accused him of sexual harassment earlier finally offered up more detail as to what happened.
Her account seems genuine and it has already led to more people coming forward regarding the atmosphere in which Cuomo has created in his administration.
He Needs to Go
Cuomo has already been getting raked over the coals for the misrepresentation of deaths in New York’s nursing homes and his order that allowed positive patients to be sent back to long-term care facilities.
Point being, he was already on thin ice, and this latest allegation has him plunging into very icy waters.
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) has heard all she needs to hear and is now calling for Cuomo’s resignation.
She stated, “Any elected official who does not immediately call for his resignation is complicit in allowing a sexual predator to continue leading the great state of New York.”
Stefanik added, “Governor Cuomo has earned his title as Worst Governor in America, and now every New Yorker knows that he is a criminal sexual predator.
“I have served in Congress during the height of the #MeToo movement leading to resignations and retirements of my colleagues.
“Sexual harassment and sexual abuse in the workplace is not a political issue, it is about right and wrong.
“Governor Cuomo must immediately resign.”
She is far from alone, as Democrats are starting to line up behind this movement, well, all except for Democrat leadership.
Oddly enough, Schumer, Pelosi, and Biden have all been as quiet as church mice on this front and it does not appear as though they will break that silence anytime soon.
The media has been just as bad, with every major network ignoring this story on their evening broadcasts.
Source: New York Post
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