So as they try to ban Pepe Lepew I hope they don’t forget to also take with them Andrew Cuomo the real scumbag who needs removal. That man has blood on his hands up to his elbows, and dripping to his feet! He’s a known scumbag Mr “He’s gonna need an ARMY to walk down New York” himself still finding himself in a hot mess with more, and more reports of said Gov. Getting his freak on with women while acting like some moral authority, and trying to come off as being better then President Trump who he used to smear on a daily basis for no reason other then well that was the agenda.
But let’s not forget folks a lot of the radicals on both sides love to project their own evil on others, and smear them like if they’re doing it when it’s all projection, and since they themselves know how far they can go because the MSM and big tech is in on it, and on your side well friends we get people like Cuomo. So listen to this! Gov. Andrew Cuomo allegedly reached under a female aide’s blouse and groped her inside the Executive Mansion in Albany, according to a report Wednesday. The incident allegedly unfolded after the much-younger woman was summoned to help the 63-year-old governor fix a problem with his cellphone, the Albany Times Union said.
The woman said she told him to stop, and he wouldn’t as the allegations are the most serious yet made against Pepe LeCuomo, who’s previously been accused of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior by five other women, four of whom were his aides at the time. The latest accuser says that the incident took place on the second floor of the Executive Mansion in Albany and that it wasn’t the first time Cuomo touched her, the Times Union said. The paper, which said it was withholding her identity, said her account was relayed by a person with direct knowledge of her claims. The woman recounted the alleged incident to at least one female supervisor in the Executive Chamber on March 3 while watching a news conference at which Cuomo repeatedly asserted, “I never touched anyone inappropriately,” the Times Union said.
That news conference marked the first time Cuomo had appeared in public since the allegations against him began emerging and at the time only three accusers had come forward. Cuomo denied Wednesday’s report in a prepared statement released by his spokesman. “As I said yesterday, I have never done anything like this. The details of this report are gut-wrenching,” Cuomo said. “I am not going to speak to the specifics of this or any other allegation given the ongoing review, but I am confident in the result of the Attorney General’s report.” Former acting Manhattan US Attorney Joon Kim and veteran employment lawyer Anne Clark have been hired to lead an independent investigation of the allegations against Cuomo, AG Letitia James said Monday.