There’s good news and bad news with this whole Cuomo thing. The bad news is that Andrew Cuomo had such a large group of aides who he could, and did, sexually harass. But the good news is that he does not have nearly as many to harass now, since most don’t even go to work anymore.
The NY State capitol appears to be practically empty as Maxine Waters’ cranium. Cuomo may not have given up but most of his appointees have.
Between sexual harassment and killing off seniors in nursing homes, his people are disgusted.
A “well-placed insider in touch with staffers in recent days said:
“I hear that most people aren’t even coming into work, and the offices at the Capitol are empty.”
“He’ll fight and fight and fight, but the staffers I’ve talked to are ready for him to hang up the gloves. Everyone feels like there is an inevitable conclusion — I mean at some point will Biden call on him to step down? They [staffers] just want this torture to stop.”
An ex-aide said:
“I feel a level of rage toward this fake tough guy. The guy thinks he’s the toughest, the hardest working, he’s the smartest. The truth is, he’s anything but. He’s the weakest, he’s the dumbest, and he’s the most shallow of them all. He is genuinely a very small man who pretends to be big.”
“There’s a deep sense within the governor’s staff that he is guilty of everything, and that is weighing on people. He had that conversation with Charlotte Bennett. Everyone knows that. Everyone believes that full stop and there’s not a single person who believes she’s telling a word that’s off.”
Bennett was the second of now seven women who have come forward to claim Cuomo sexually harassed them. As The Daily Wire previously reported, Bennett claimed Cuomo “had asked her questions about her sex life, whether her relationships were monogamous, and whether she ever had sex with older men.” She said she believed he was “grooming” her to have sex with him.
The previously quoted former aide also told the Post that staffers still in the office making calls on the governor’s behalf are met with anger.
“The nature of the calls in Cuomo world have changed. The leverage has completely shifted. It always felt like, when Cuomo’s people call, you must figure out how you are going to try to meet the demand in some form or fashion,” the former aide said. “Now, they call, and there’s almost an eagerness to say ‘F–k you’ without hesitation … and the staff has to say they get it.”