Cuomo Takes A Bow… To Sex

*Resignation Takes Effect in 14 Days

By Ernest Omoarelojie with Agency Reports

New York, Andrew Cuomo, has agreed to leave office over allegations of sexual misconduct. His decision to take a bow is coming after state Attorney General, Letitia James, submitted a hell-raising report which indicates that indeed, the governor had unwelcomed sexually behavior with multiple women, a result of which top Democrats, including President Joe Biden, called for his resignation.
“And I think that given the circumstances, the best way I can help now is if I step aside and let government get back to government…therefore that is what I’ll do, because I work for you…doing the right thing is doing the right thing for you,” Cuomo announced.
Cuomo, who describes his decision as a matter of life and death, noted that he would not want to be unhelpful in getting the state back to normalcy.
“It is a matter of life and death. Government operations and wasting energy on distraction is the last thing government should be. I cannot be the cause. New York tough means New York loving. And I love New York and I love you. Everything I have ever done has been motivated by that love and I would never want to be unhelpful in any way.”
With Cuomo’s resignation, the state Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul, will take over the authority to serve out the rest of his term. She will thus become the state’s first female governor.
There is a consensus that Cuomo gave in apparently convinced that it is very unlikely for him to counter imminent impeachment proceedings. However, Cuomo still has legal nooses hanging loose around his neck. For instance, while federal investigators are still snooping over materials, looking at the handling of the nursing home data, the state attorney general is beaming the searchlight over state resources reportedly deplored on his pandemic memoir, just as the local district attorney, DA, is mulling sexual harassment charges against him.

Though Cuomo’s resignation will take effect beginning in 2 weeks, he has continued to insist he did nothing wrong.

While obviously addressing his three daughters, Cuomo said,
“I want them to know from the bottom of my heart that I never did and I never would intentionally disrespect a woman, treat any woman differently than I would want them treated and that is the God’s honest truth.”
Meanwhile, reactions are already pouring in over Cuomo’s decision to pull out of office. Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul, one of the first to react, welcomed the decision, describing it as the right thing to do.
“I agree with Governor Cuomo’s decision to step down.” “It is the right thing to do.” She said insisting she is ready to lead as the next governor.
Not left out is one of his major political adversary, Mayor Bill de Blasio, who has clashed frequently with the governor. Blasio, who applauded the decision, noted scathingly that,
“It was past time for Andrew Cuomo to resign and it’s for the good of all New York.”
Yet, his major traducer, Karen Hinton, who accused the governor of inappropriate touching, noted that though she wasn’t “celebrating” his resignation, she sees his decision as a celebration of the power of women.
“But I do celebrate power of women who came forward.”

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