Joe Biden, a hair-sniffing pervert, publicly threw one of his greatest political allies under the bus when New York Attorney General Letitia James released findings from an investigation into Governor Andrew Cuomo’s sexual assault allegations.
During a press conference on Tuesday, Biden called for Cuomo’s immediate resignation.
“I think he should resign,” Biden told reporters.
President Joe Biden says he thinks NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo should resign after a report found that Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women. When asked by CNN's Kaitlan Collins if Cuomo should be impeached Biden added: "Let's one thing at a time here" https://t.co/lATRLHTxZq pic.twitter.com/GpMcjW0bl8
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Biden admitted he had yet to read the public findings from James’ independent investigation, and yet he still knew to condemn his fellow pervert. The cognitively-deficient president refused to call for Cuomo’s impeachment, even after James identified his criminal action.
Before taking office, Biden placed Andrew Cuomo on a short list for Attorney General.
Reminder: Joe Biden called Andrew Cuomo the “gold standard” pic.twitter.com/CRTLm1WypT
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White House press secretary Jen Psaki previewed Biden’s brief statement by describing the accusations leveled at Cuomo as “abhorrent.”
In March, Biden said Cuomo should resign if the New York investigation confirmed any of the sexual misconduct allegations against him.
“I think he’ll probably end up being prosecuted, too,” Biden revealed.
And the calls for Cuomo’s resignation doesn’t stop with Biden. A number of top Democrats in state and federal office are following suit, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Kristin Gillibrand.
“No elected official is above the law. The people of New York deserve better leadership in the governor’s office. We continue to believe that the governor should resign,” Schumer and Gillibrand wrote in a joint statement.
Letitia James’s office published all 165 pages of its Cuomo report after speaking with 179 people and reviewing 74,000 pieces of evidence. Cuomo, too, was questioned for 11 hours as part of the civil investigation conducted by two external lawyers.
Cuomo denied the allegations in a separate press conference Tuesday, insisting he “never touched anyone inappropriately or made inappropriate sexual advances.”
Author: Asa McCue