There were numerous speculations on whether or not New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will keep approximately $60,000 for himself, money donated from Harvey Weinstein, a Liberal investor accused of sexual harassment.
Just after the New York Times reported that Clinton’s presidential campaign main investor Weinstein had multiple cases of sexual harassment, Cuomo’s campaign made an announcement to donate $50,000 to un unclear charity with no background.
“These allegations are horrid and disturbing — sexual harassment and abuse have no place in our society,” last Friday, Bill Mulrow, the Chairman of Cuomo campaign stated.
Besides these claims, Cuomo is planning to keep the funds for himself which makes him one big hypocrite according to the Republican State Committee and the American people.
“In the dictionary next to the word ‘hypocrisy’ is a picture of Andrew Cuomo,” New York Republican State Committee spokeswoman Jessica Proud stated. “Democrats across the country have had the sense to give the money back, but not Gov. Cuomo. What kind of message does it send to women and victims that despite
There were a numorous speculations on whether or not New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will keep approximately $60,000 for himself, money donated from Harvey Weinstein, a Liberal investor accused for sexual harrasment.
everything we know about the abuse Harvey Weinstein inflicted on them, he still won’t let go of his $60,000? His actions speak volumes.”
However, Basil A. Smikle Jr., executive director of the New York’s Democratic State Committee stood on Cuomo’s side and stated: “As was said on Friday, these actions are horrid and disturbing and the contributions from the 2018 campaign cycle will be donated to an organization that fights for women’s rights,” he said. “Money from past cycles was spent in that cycle and is no longer there. What we need less of is rhetoric from hypocrites who supported Washington’s attempts to roll back hard-fought rights and oppose every effort to expand protections and promote equality for women in New York.”
According to Breitbart:
“Cuomo, who has been mooted as a potential 2020 presidential candidate, has yet to comment on the decision.
Other Democrat politicians, including Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Martin Heinrich (D-NM), Charles Schumer (D-NY), and Cory Booker (D-NJ), have announced they will donate contributions they received from Weinstein over the years to charitable causes.”
Since the allegations were revealed by the New York Times last week, Weinstein has been fired from his role at the Weinstein
A company, been left by his wife and announced that he will check into rehab for sex addiction.
Weinstein initially threatened to sue the New York Times for “reckless reporting.” He has since admitted to a “whole way of behavior that is not good.”
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