A Democrat who was on top of the world last year is now facing ruin.
His allegedly criminal behavior has caught up to him.
A criminal complaint is the nail in the coffin for a top Democrat’s career.
Last year there was talk of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo replacing Joe Biden on the Democratic ticket because he was just so popular among Democrats.
Despite the fact that he sent COVID-positive patients into the nursing homes, he was treated as a hero by the mainstream media who ignored his scandals.
Now that Cuomo isn’t useful to Democrats any longer, they are finally reporting on his misdeeds.
The New York attorney general released a report detailing allegations from 11 women of sexual impropriety.
One of the women in the report announced that she formally filed a police report last week.
Brittany Commisso, 32, revealed to “CBS This Morning” in an interview set to air Monday that she is “executive assistant #1” as described in the state’s report on Cuomo.
In the report Commisso has accused Cuomo of hugging and kissing her, grabbing her butt during a photo, and reaching under her blouse and grabbing her breasts.
“What he did to me was a crime,” Commisso told CBS News. “He broke the law.”
Cuomo claimed it was untrue and that he never grabbed Commisso’s breasts or kissed her on the lips.
He went further and suggested she was the one who initiated contact and that he was “more in the reciprocal business.”
An attorney for Cuomo, Rita Glavin, is desperately trying to refute the allegation and claimed the investigation against Cuomo was unfair.
“The governor deserves to be treated fairly and he must be. That did not happen here. This was one-sided. And he was ambushed,” she said in a news conference.
Glavin claims that there are emails and documents that undermined the credibility of Commisso’s testimony. “This woman’s story as stated in the report is false,” she said.
In a statement, an attorney for two of the accusers, Alyssa McGrath and Virginia Limmiatis, said Cuomo’s attorney failed to discredit the claims. “Cuomo’s lawyers try to pick at minor issues without addressing the numerous other witnesses, facts and evidence which support both Ms. Boylan and Executive Assistant No. 1, much less the 9 other women who were found to be credible who reported his unlawful behavior,” the attorney said in a statement.
Even if Cuomo avoids criminal charges it is quite likely that he’ll face impeachment.
The majority of the New York State Assembly have expressed support for moving forward with impeachment.
State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, a Democrat, stated, “When these disturbing allegations first came to light, the governor must resign for the good of the state. Now that the investigation is complete and the allegations have been substantiated, it should be clear to everyone that he can no longer serve as governor,” she said.
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