Cuomo’s Own Skeletons Have Come Back To HAUNT HIM!


If you have something to hide, it will almost always come back to bite you in the behind.

There was someone that I saw once that was complaining about the news about the tires on the block he lived on all getting slashed and how they were going to find the guy that did it. There was just one problem.

The guy that was doing all of the yellings was the one that had been caught on video slashing the tires. I guess he was trying to act like a hero.

Now, Governor Cuomo has been crowing all of the time about how great of a person he is, well it seems that it is time that he got knocked down a few pegs.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was one of the hundreds of prominent Democrats that lambasted then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh over allegations of sexual harassment during a high-school party. Cuomo’s take on the matter may just come back around to bite him as he is currently embroiled in his own sexual harassment scandal of much greater proportions.

Let’s take a walk down memory lane. “During Kavanaugh’s Senate confirmation hearings in 2018, Cuomo issued an official statement that called the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford – who accused Kavanaugh of drunkenly attacking her when they were high-school students in 1982 – ‘very compelling’ reports The New York Post.

At the time of the fanfare, Cuomo stated of the hot seat that Kavanaugh was in, “Here is one basic fact that badly hurts Judge Kavanaugh: Why won’t he take a polygraph? Dr. Ford did.” He then went so far as to say, “if he does not take a polygraph test, it is the ultimate, ‘he said, she said.”

Cuomo didn’t stop there. He urged then-President Trump to “demand” Kavanaugh take the lie-detector test and when Kavanaugh was confirmed to the United States Supreme Court, Cuomo called it a “sad day for this country.” Cuomo’s office via his press secretary has vehemently denied the sexual harassment allegations against him by his former aid Lindsey Boylan.

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