Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) perpetuates not to call for the resignation of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) after multiple sexual assault allegations. “In” a recent verbalization, Gillibrand verbalized the women who have come forward “have shown tremendous valiancy and must be treated with reverence and dignity,” calling for the following: “why I called for the attorney general to conduct an independent investigation with subpoena power — I’m very confident that it will be comprehensive and will cover all the allegations against the governor in order to get the answers we require.”
A incipient @SenGillibrand verbal expression on Cuomo incriminations: pic.twitter.com/1A4dwezufa — Katie Glueck (@katieglueck) March 2, 2021Over the weekend, Letitia James, the New York State attorney general, will have wide-ranging subpoena powers to request documents and call witnesses to examine sexual assault allegations against Andrew Cuomo.
The independent inquiry, which is liable to be months from now, may withal scrutinize not just the sexual harassment inculpations made by two former aides last week but “potential claims from other women as well,” according to a report.
The time has come. The Governor must resign. https://t.co/GjcvuNfpfQBreitbart News reached out to Gillibrand’s office for comment as to why she is not standing with fellow Democrats like Rep. Kathleen Rice in calling for Cuomo’s resignation. Gillibrand’s office had not responded at the time of the article being published.
— Kathleen Rice (@RepKathleenRice) March 2, 2021