Andrew Cuomo lawyers up after THIRD accuser comes forward

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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...

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The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
 

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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...

LOL


The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
 

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He is proven guilty due to multiple accusations going by the democrats standard of unsupported claims as evidence.

Exhibit A: Brett Kavanaugh
Except in this case.....

The "DEMOCRATIC" attorney general is investigating it....

Guess Dems at least pretend to care about sexual assault more than Republicans do....

We see how they treat sexual assault when the person has an "R" by their name
 

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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...
And you never will hear a peep from those dumbass networks. Remember, according to them, Cuomo is "America's Governor". Why turn on him now? :auiqs.jpg:
 
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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...
And you never will hear a peep from those dumbass networks. Remember, according to them, Cuomo is "America's Governor". Why turn on him now? :auiqs.jpg:
Exactly. CNN has a network-wide ban on discussing their employee's brother, unless it's to talk about his Emmy award.

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LOL


The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
That's a lie, of course, hence your inability to provide even a shred of evidence. Back to Moscow, troll!
 

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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...

LOL


The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
That's a lie, of course, hence your inability to provide even a shred of evidence. Back to Moscow, troll!



Shut yo stupid ass up
 
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LOL


The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
That's a lie, of course, hence your inability to provide even a shred of evidence. Back to Moscow, troll!



Shut yo stupid ass up
Ah, yes, nearly a week after the story broke. Good of them to contribute in such a timely manner.

LOL
 

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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...
They all are covering this.


Not on the front page of MSDNC...you have to look deep and then they take you to an NBC link.
 

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The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
That's a lie, of course, hence your inability to provide even a shred of evidence. Back to Moscow, troll!



Shut yo stupid ass up
Ah, yes, nearly a week after the story broke. Good of them to contribute in such a timely manner.

LOL
All the news that's fit to ignore................until you can't anymore.
 

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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...

LOL


The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
That's a lie, of course, hence your inability to provide even a shred of evidence. Back to Moscow, troll!



Shut yo stupid ass up
Since the Progs control the Federal government they can clean up a smidgen of their evil demons. For your approusal. All local and regional political families must be removed from their powerful ways. The Cuomo family of New York, the Barber family of Mississippi, Murkowski's family in Alaska, and many more in many local areas. They are like Dukes and Duchesses in old England. Powerful families like the Kennedys have proven to be not so good but they affected us in bad ways. Pelosi family, Newsom family and more. They are like the middlemen getting their cut for favors. There are many. You want reforms?
 

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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...

LOL


The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
That's a lie, of course, hence your inability to provide even a shred of evidence. Back to Moscow, troll!



Shut yo stupid ass up
Ah, yes, nearly a week after the story broke. Good of them to contribute in such a timely manner.

LOL
Here is what happens when you dic suckers tried that bullshit on Fox News of all places....

"During a Fox News segment on Monday, Mr Chaffetz, who is now a Fox News contributor, hit out at The New York Times, saying it has been “far behind” in covering the swirling allegations regarding the Democrat politician.

He was immediately called out by Fox News’ Washington correspondent Gillian Turner, who interrupted to say that “the Times broke the most recent story.” “We wouldn’t even be talking about it if it wasn’t for the New York Times reporting,” Ms Turner added. “Just pointing that out.”


Go gaslight someone else with that bullshit.....
 

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LOL


The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
That's a lie, of course, hence your inability to provide even a shred of evidence. Back to Moscow, troll!



Shut yo stupid ass up
Since the Progs control the Federal government they can clean up a smidgen of their evil demons. For your approusal. All local and regional political families must be removed from their powerful ways. The Cuomo family of New York, the Barber family of Mississippi, Murkowski's family in Alaska, and many more in many local areas. They are like Dukes and Duchesses in old England. Powerful families like the Kennedys have proven to be not so good but they affected us in bad ways. Pelosi family, Newsom family and more. They are like the middlemen getting their cut for favors. There are many. You want reforms?
This coming from a sycophant who worships the Trump family....

FOH
 
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Still no word from CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, or The Washington Post. Maybe someone ought to give those guys a call and let them know there's a potential story happening here? ON second thought, never mind...

LOL


The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
That's a lie, of course, hence your inability to provide even a shred of evidence. Back to Moscow, troll!



Shut yo stupid ass up
Ah, yes, nearly a week after the story broke. Good of them to contribute in such a timely manner.

LOL
Here is what happens when you dic suckers tried that bullshit on Fox News of all places....

"During a Fox News segment on Monday, Mr Chaffetz, who is now a Fox News contributor, hit out at The New York Times, saying it has been “far behind” in covering the swirling allegations regarding the Democrat politician.

He was immediately called out by Fox News’ Washington correspondent Gillian Turner, who interrupted to say that “the Times broke the most recent story.” “We wouldn’t even be talking about it if it wasn’t for the New York Times reporting,” Ms Turner added. “Just pointing that out.”


Go gaslight someone else with that bullshit.....
Yes, they "broke" the story on the THIRD accuser, after ignoring the first two. I look forward to their insightful coverage of second-runner up in the Miss Universe pageant, and the hard-hitting pieces on Olympic bronze medalists.

LOL
 

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The administration of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has retained a prominent white-collar defense attorney as it grapples with allegations of sexual harassment and Justice Department inquiries into COVID-19 deaths in the state’s nursing homes.

Elkan Abramowitz, a one-time federal prosecutor, confirmed he was representing the Executive Chamber—which comprises the governor and his closest aides—in both the sexual harassment and nursing-home matters. Rich Azzopardi, a senior adviser to Mr. Cuomo, deferred comment to Mr. Abramowitz.

The Democratic governor faces an investigation overseen by State Attorney General Letitia James into whether he sexually harassed women who previously worked in his administration. Mr. Cuomo acknowledged he had sometimes been overly personal while interacting with staff and said he was sorry if anyone mistook it for unwanted flirtation.

Mr. Cuomo said last week that the state is cooperating with three inquiries from the Brooklyn-based U.S. attorney’s office in the Eastern District of New York as well as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights and Civil divisions, which are based in Washington.

Brooklyn federal prosecutors requested data on the number of people who died in New York’s long-term-care facilities as a result of the coronavirus, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
New York Times broke the story you fucking dunce......
Yup. Only after the 2020 election was over.
They sat on it.
Why is nobody talking about Tara Reade.
She accused Biden of fingering her. Kamala Harris said she believed the victim.
So why, throughout the entire campaign was she not asked "Why are you running with a rapist?"
 

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I am not going to jump into this one. Let them investigate and if Cuomo is guilty then punish him to the fullest extent of the law. Kavanaugh and Biden's accusers didn't sound credible, maybe these women are.
 

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