He’s not doing himself any favors.
Governor Andrew Cuomo recently started speaking out against the people accusing him of harassment and said that they “just want[ed] attention” and were “jealous.”
A New York Post reporter asked Cuomo, “Governor, The New York Times put out a story a couple of weeks ago, where they interviewed 80 people either close to you or had worked with you, and they detailed accounts that you had said things like anti-trans slurs and also some to the effect of saying that Jews lived in F-ing tree houses. Did you say these things?”
Cuomo responded saying, “I never said any such things. They printed slurs and slander, and you’d have to ask them why they did that.”
“Why do people say things? Who knows. People are venial. People want attention. People are angry. People are jealous. Who knows why people spread rumors?”
Andrew “rape culture king” Cuomo. https://t.co/3HEGLAFD1V
— Lindsey Boylan (@LindseyBoylan) April 27, 2021
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