Everyone paying attention can clearly see something is seriously wrong with Cuomo family.
Drunk on corruption, the Cuomo family has benefitted from the power of their name, especially in New York, where political corruption was basically invented.
The coronavirus pandemic eventually shed some light on just how disturbing the Cuomo’s really are:
Former Governor Andrew Cuomo oversaw the untimely deaths of thousands of elderly New Yorkers when he ordered COVID-positive patients be cared for in nursing homes, all while authoring a book about his executive response to the pandemic. Meanwhile, shortly before the pandemic, the New York governor routinely made his female staffers feel uncomfortable with constant unwanted touching, kissing, and groping.
He subsequently used the “I’m Italian” defense to justify his workplace behavior.
While this was going on, Chris Cuomo of CNN, Andrew’s brother, was using his media influence to harass Andrew’s victims and deliberately squash stories related to his brother’s misgivings regarding both his COVID response and his sex pest nature.
Then, as if by the grace of god, it become public knowledge that CNN’s Chris Cuomo was a sex pest himself and soon was forced to resign himself.
Chris Cuomo allegedly sexually attacked a female ABC News temporary worker during a “lunch” after she rejected his proposition, according to a new report.
“The accusation was made to CNN lawyers in December hours after Cuomo was suspended for advising his brother, then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo, how to dodge his own sexual harassment accusations,” The New York Times reported.
Days later, CNN fired Cuomo.
The Times reported the contents of a letter from the accuser’s lawyer, Debra Katz, sent to CNN laying out the accusation.
“It begun in 2011 when the woman, who was referred to as Jane Doe, was a young temporary ABC employee hoping for a full-time job. One day, after Mr. Cuomo, an anchor, had offered her career advice, he invited her to lunch in his office, according to the letter, interviews with the woman and emails between her and Mr. Cuomo,” The Times reported.
“When she arrived, there was no food. Instead, Mr. Cuomo badgered her for sex, and after she declined, he assaulted her, she said. She ran out of the room.”
The woman attempted to “smooth things over” via emails to Cuomo as she sought to get a full-time job at ABC. After the alleged incident, she told “five friends and former colleagues” about “unwelcome sexual requests” from Cuomo.
During the height of the Me Too movement, Cuomo contacted the woman “seemingly out of the blue,” offering to do an on-air segment on the company for which she worked at the time.
A representative for Cuomo told Fox News Digital the claims “are false. He was never asked about the allegations prior to being terminated or given an opportunity to respond to the allegations.”
Cuomo was also accused of sexual harassment by veteran TV producer Shelley Ross, who alleged that he grabbed her buttock at a 2005 event, when the two were colleagues at ABC.
Where there’s smoke there’s fire and the Cuomo family is surely red hot with sexual scandal.
Author: Asa McCue