Well, if you thought we were rid of Andrew Cuomo, think again.
After an extensive investigation, prosecutors dropped a bombshell on Attorney General Letitia James
They have declined to prosecute the case against Andrew Cuomo, and he is already striking back.
When the initial allegations were made against Cuomo and James referred the case, we warned that this would either make or break Cuomo.
The fear was that Cuomo would come back stronger than ever if charges were not filed, and he is already making his move.
James’ initial report, which was 168 pages long, detailed allegations of Cuomo sexual misconduct against a female trooper.
Cuomo allegedly “ran the palm of his left hand” across her stomach “and he pushed his hand back to her right hip where she kept her gun.”
The woman stated she felt “completely violated because to me, like that’s between my chest and my privates.”
Prosecutors concluded that that incident did not violate any criminal statutes, so they are not going to prosecute the polarizing former governor of New York.
Cuomo’s spokesperson immediately released a statement, “With each passing day, it becomes more and more clear that the Attorney General’s report was the intersection of gross prosecutorial misconduct and an abuse of government power for political purposes.
“Her press conference proclaimed ’11 cases of violations of federal and state laws,’ ignited the cancel culture mentality and started a media and political stampede against Governor Cuomo.
“James never presented the evidence to support such claims, her report omitted important exculpatory facts, she admitted her personal interference in preparing the report and had still refused to answer any questions from the press.
“It was obviously a political springboard to remove Governor Cuomo so she could run for office, however it was so poorly done and obviously it backfired and James’ run for governor lasted only 5 weeks.”
That is a bit of a twist of the statement made by Acting Nassau County District Attorney Joyce Smith, who called the charge “credible” and “deeply troubling.”
So, if that was the case, why did she not prosecute it?
I am afraid this will only embolden Cuomo, and you know the Democrat Party will embrace him now that this case has been dismissed.
Do you think Cuomo will make another run at an office now that this case has been dismissed?
Tell us what you think in the comments section below.
Source: Fox News