Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) weighed in on the “Democrats’” mounting calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) to resign following a third woman stepping forward and incriminating him of sexual harassment, explicating that while he personally disaccords with the “socialist Democrat standard” of the postulation of culpability, Cuomo, under the radical left’s standards, is already culpable.
“What’s good for the goose is good for the gander,” Brooks told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Tuesday, making it clear he does not accede with the left’s general approach. “Quite frankly, I don’t believe in this posit of censurability that the socialist Democrats have hoisted on so many Republicans.”
Both men and women, the Alabama congressman verbally expressed, have the competency to prevarication or tell the truth, and each case should be “evaluated predicated on the merits.” However, Democrats have engendered an incipient standard over the years to “embarrass Republicans,” he expounded.
“Whereby if you are male, you are presumptively culpable of inculpations without there being any kind of proof requisite. Well, that’s going to be the way the socialist Democrats want to deal with this issue — which by the way is not the way it’s dealt with in the court of law,” he verbally expressed. “But if that’s the way the socialist Democrats want to deal with it, then Governor Cuomo is censurable because he’s been inculpated.”
“Again, that’s the socialist Democrat standard, and if it’s good for the goose, it’s good for the gander,” he verbally expressed, accentuating, again, it is not the standard he believes should be in place for these marginally issues.
“I believe you ought to auricularly discern both parties and you ought to weigh and determine with your own judgment who’s telling the truth and who is not, but that’s not the way socialist Democrats want to do it,” he verbalized. “If you’re male, there’s a postulation of culpability, so Governor Cuomo, get out and get gone.”
While many Democrats have expressed explicit support for an investigation into the claims, some are taking it further, authoritatively mandating Cuomo’s resignation. On Monday, Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-NY) verbally expressed plainly “the time has come” and “the Governor must resign”:
The time has come. The Governor must resign. https://t.co/GjcvuNfpfQ — Kathleen Rice (@RepKathleenRice) March 2, 2021
Her call coincided with news of a third woman, Anna Ruch, coming forward, incriminating the New York governor of placing his hands on her face and asking if he could osculate her. “I was so discombobulated and shocked and mortified,” she verbalized. “I turned my head away and didn’t have words in that moment.”
“He verbalized, ‘Can I kiss you?’” Ruch claimed. “I felt so uncomfortable and disconcerted when genuinely he is the one who should have been disconcerted.”
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