New York Governor Andrew Cuomo resigned in disgrace today following a report from the New York Attorney General’s office that confirmed he did in fact he sexually harass women in his office. It appeared Cuomo was going to try to hang on to his office with everything he had; however, it must have become clear that was simply not possible after the state assembly made it clear he would be impeached.
ALBANY, N.Y. (WIVB) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation Tuesday following the release of a New York Attorney General’s Office report that said he sexually harassed multiple women.
Cuomo has been in office since 2011.
Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul will serve as Governor until the end of Cuomo’s term, according to NY’s Constitution, on December 31, 2022.
Lindsey Boylan, a former candidate for the Democratic ticket in New York’s 10th Congressional District, accused the governor of sexual harassment in December. She later published an extended account of the alleged harassment online.
Since the publishing of her article, more women have come forward with accusations of sexual harassment against the governor.
Charlotte Bennett, a former aide to Cuomo, claimed in an interview with the New York Times that the governor asked her if she was monogamous and if she had ever been with an older man.
Bennett said Cuomo told her he was “open to relationships with women in their 20s.”
Janice Dean must be relieved. No, Cuomo isn’t gone because of the 15,000 elderly he murdered, including both of her in-laws, but he is finally gone.
Now that he no longer has the protection of the governorship, he needs to be investigated and charged for the 15,000 elderly who were sent to their deaths in nursing homes.
Update: Watch video of Cuomo’s resignation:
Where we live our kids, as of right now, won’t have to wear masks to school and we’re praying it stays that way. If you follow the science, it’s the only common sense decision.
But there is a faction of people out there who say they know better and that faction wants America’s kids to wear masks to go school and adults to mask and vaxx to have a job. In the major metropolitan areas of the United States, this faction is starting to get its way.
Who is this club called We Know Better Than You?
Of course you know.
This guy is the club president:
Remember him? That’s Barack Obama, former president of the United States, turned leader of the We Know Better Glitterati.
While the serfs are told to mask up and vaxx up if they want entry into American society, the lords and ladies of the realm partied the night away – maskless and in some cases vaxxless– at Barack Obama’s beachfront mansion on Martha’s Vineyard, without a care in the world.
One member of the media elite attempted to defend Obama’s party, saying, “hey, they’re sophisticated”:
There is only one solution to all of this rank hypocrisy: resist. Listen to Senator Rand Paul.
Landlords all over the country are struggling to make ends meet as renters have been living in their homes and apartments free of charge since the covid emergency measures were put in place back in 2020. The federal eviction moratorium has caused irreparable harm to landlords, especially the small landlords who have had to continue to pay their mortgages while their renters have been squatting in their properties even while many of those squatter have been getting the additional unemployment of up to $400 a week for months now.
The moratorium expired July 28, 2021, but Biden, after consulting with various constitutional scholars who told him in no uncertain terms that extending it was unconstitutional, decided he was going to do it anyway. On August 3rd he announced his intentions on national television. Did you ever think you would see a president tell the entire nation, “yeah, this is unconstitutional and it will be shut down by the Supreme Court, but until it gets shut down, I’m going to tell the CDC to go ahead with it anyway.” It was a brazen “screw you” to the nation regarding the oath of office he took on January 21.
Charles C. W. Cooke, writer at National Review, has advice for all Americans: defy the order.
The appropriate response to publicly confessed lawlessness is calm refusal. As soon as possible, state governors, legislatures, and courts should make it clear that they intend to follow the law as set by the Supreme Court, rather than the “law” as set by the arrogations of the director of the CDC. To a man, landlords should follow suit, as should every public and private institution connected to the management of private rentals.
Eviction laws are written, passed, and enforced on the municipal level, not the federal level, which means municipal judges could not possibly acknowledge the CDC’s authority regarding evictions because it does not have any. Period.
Charles is right. Every landlord and municipal judge in the country has the legal authority to tell the CDC to pound sand and they should.