Andrew Cuomo Harassment Investigation Gets Dropped

( – The #MeToo movement briefly took America by storm beginning in 2017. It exploded on the scene after several celebrity women accused Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein of egregious behavior.

As with many good movements, the Left ultimately hijacked and politicized #MeToo. Democrats viciously attacked Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during his 2018 Senate confirmation hearings over allegations of sexual misconduct from over 20 years ago. Since then, the movement has all but vanished from America’s conscience.

In August 2021, disgraced New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo resigned from office. Numerous women accused him of sexual harassment and/or assault. In January, Nassau and Westchester county officials decided against prosecuting the former governor. He resigned shortly after New York Attorney General Letitia James’ office issued a bombshell report detailed allegations of Cuomo’s criminal conduct while in office and several local prosecutors initiated criminal investigations.

On Monday, January 31, Oswego District Attorney Gregory Oakes said there isn’t enough legal basis to charge Cuomo with a crime. Still, Oakes said the decision not to bring charges isn’t an exoneration. Oakes’ conclusion ends the five criminal investigations against Cuomo. If the women who Cuomo harmed want justice, they’ll have to sue the disgraced governor in civil court.

The decisions leave many to wonder if Cuomo got away with unlawful behavior because of his former status as a governor with political and legal connections.

Unfortunately, America may never know.

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