Back when the allegations against Cuomo first broke, I noted the incredible pattern.
For 20 years, Democrat sexual predators have run the state of New York.
For 13 years, the terms of the last three Democrat governors, sexual harassers have held down the office. And for 20 years, Democrat attorney generals who were sexual predators ruled.
Governor Spitzer was forced to resign when he was caught patronizing prostitutes and allegedly used campaign funds to cover the hotel bills.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman was forced to resign after multiple women accused him of choking and assaulting them. One of the accusers said that Schneiderman, a progressive Democrats, kept calling her his, “brown slave”. Another claimed he had declared, “I am the law”.
“James says I’m a feminist and she’s right,” Cuomo had once boasted at a Planned Parenthood event, referring to the Attorney General now investigating him for sexual harassment. “God told me I was a feminist.”
Are we done yet? It’s New York, so no.
A former intern for New York City comptroller and mayoral candidate Scott Stringer accused the politician of sexual abuse and harassment on Tuesday.
The woman, who was not named in a press release from attorney Patricia Pastor, said Stringer repeatedly groped her when he was a member of the New York Assembly and running for Public Advocate of NYC. He’d allegedly offered to get the woman a role as district leader. The woman, then an unpaid intern, accused him of telling her to keep the alleged sexual misconduct a secret.
Stringer, a former Nadler crony, is running for mayor. He got his current job by beating Spitzer in the comptroller race. If these allegations hold up then both of the top Democrat candidates in that race had #MeToo issues.
This is looking like a record, even for New York.
But who knows where the truth lies. Stringer called for Cuomo to resign. This could be payback. And the Cuomo #MeToo allegations, while probably true, were also rolled out by leftist activists looking to replace Cuomo with another AOC socialist.
Still, if this story should end anywhere, it’s on this note.
Comptroller Stringer Report: High Number of Middle and High School Students Aren’t Taught “Sex Ed”
“Our goal is to paint a broad picture for everyone with a stake in City schools, and to create a roadmap that ensures our kids are getting the comprehensive education they deserve. Most parents expect their schools to be teaching sex ed, and as our report shows, it isn’t happening,” Comptroller Stringer said. “We, as a city, are defined by how we treat our children. Yet, when just a fraction of eighth grade students are getting mandated instruction, I’m alarmed. That’s why I’m calling on the DOE to implement a Chancellor’s Regulation that guarantees sexual health education for all middle and high school students.”
And there wasn’t a single warning sign.
The DOE should mandate sexual health and wellness instruction in the health curriculum taught in 6th to 12th grades through a Chancellor’s Regulation, and expand the mandate to include K-5th grades following National Sexuality Education Standards.
Not a single warning sign.