Cuomo Highlights Accusers’ Lack of Diversity

 

Albany, NY – In a press conference on Thursday, embattled New York governor Andrew Cuomo called attention to the lack of diversity among the women who’ve accused him of sexual harassment. Members of the state’s congressional black caucus joined in criticizing the group of so-called “Karens.”

Prominent gay rights activists have also questioned what they called the “sexual homogeneity” of Cuomo’s accusers, pointing out the absence of any member of the LGBTQ+ community among the rapidly-growing group.

Cuomo’s accusers, who now make up New York’s second-largest voting bloc, have also fielded criticism of a similar nature from the American Association of Retired Persons as well as the New York chapter of NAAFA, the National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance.

Cuomo, whose approval rating among New Yorkers has dropped to twice that of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, stated that “Black is beautiful” before highlighting various alleged privileges conferred upon his accusers by virtue of their exclusively white racial composition.

The press conference concluded with the three-term governor promising to launch an investigation into why he’s never been accused of making unwelcome sexual overtures to a Muslim woman of color.

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  1. jmelvin Member
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    Haa ha haaa!  Great stuff David Deeble.

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  2. Buckpasser Member
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    David Deeble: The press conference concluded with the three-term governor promising to launch an investigation into why he’s never been accused of making unwelcome sexual overtures to a Muslim woman of color. 

    I think you meant man.

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  3. Boney Cole Member
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    you left out fat(at the end)

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  4. Boney Cole Member
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    yes, Cuomo can additionally be charged with creating an undiverse work environment by hiring too many slim, young, attractive, white women. 

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  5. Richard Easton Member
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    Didn’t some people complain that too many of Tiger’s girlfriends were white.

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  6. David Deeble Member
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    Glad you enjoyed it, @jmelvin. I certainly enjoyed writing it – which is usually a good sign. Have a great day.

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  7. David Deeble Member
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    It is amazing how disproportionately qualified attractive, young, white women are to serve as political aides, isn’t it, Boney Cole?

     

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  8. WI Con Member
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    Well done Dave, very funny. Something I would have expected from the Babylon Bee. Do you collaborate with them? 

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  9. David Deeble Member
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    Glad you enjoyed it, @wicon. As for the Bee, yes, I’ve published seven headlines over there.

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  10. Steven Seward Member
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    No wonder democrats are speaking out against Cuomo.  If only he could find a way to cause even more nursing home deaths, his approval among democrats would get him out of this mess.

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  11. Chuck Thatcher
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    David Deeble: American Association of Retired Persons

    I seem to recall that Black American Retired Fellows (BARF) is closely associated with AARP.

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  12. Percival Thatcher
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    I don’t think that Cuomo will have sufficient time to trammel basic human rights what with all the remedial sexual harassment and systemic racism training he clearly needs to receive. Wielding unconstitutional power is not a part-time job.

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  13. David Deeble Member
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    Steven Seward (View Comment):

    I think Democrats see this MeToo moment as a useful – a reason to remove Cuomo without making reference to his atrocious performance vis a vis Covid. To allow the latter to become the narrative is, to Democrats, a non-starter.

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  14. Steven Seward Member
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    David Deeble (View Comment):

    Steven Seward (View Comment):

    I think Democrats see this MeToo moment as a useful – a reason to remove Cuomo without making reference to his atrocious performance vis a vis Covid. To allow the latter to become the narrative is, to Democrats, a non-starter.

    You would think so.  But for some strange reason Cuomo’s popularity rating has just skyrocketed among New Yorkers the whole time it was known that he caused the deaths of hundreds or thousands more people in nursing homes.  The only deaths they celebrate more are the unborn.

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  15. Chuck Thatcher
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    Steven Seward (View Comment):

    David Deeble (View Comment):

    Steven Seward (View Comment):

    I think Democrats see this MeToo moment as a useful – a reason to remove Cuomo without making reference to his atrocious performance vis a vis Covid. To allow the latter to become the narrative is, to Democrats, a non-starter.

    You would think so. But for some strange reason Cuomo’s popularity rating has just skyrocketed among New Yorkers the whole time it was known that he caused the deaths of hundreds or thousands more people in nursing homes. The only deaths they celebrate more are the unborn.

    Maybe because he got rid of all those burdens.

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  16. David Deeble Member
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    For what it’s worth, Cuomo’s approval rating has tanked, to 38%, or roughly at twice de Blasio’s approval rating. 

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  17. Chuck Thatcher
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    David Deeble (View Comment):

    For what it’s worth, Cuomo’s approval rating has tanked, to 38%, or roughly at twice de Blasio’s approval rating.

    Read that.  Two interesting numbers: 

    Cuomo has a 64 percent approval rating among females in New York City.

    More than 54 percent of voters across the state believe the Governor sexually harassed multiple women

     

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  18. Steven Seward Member
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    David Deeble (View Comment):

    For what it’s worth, Cuomo’s approval rating has tanked, to 38%, or roughly at twice de Blasio’s approval rating.

    Chuck (View Comment):

    David Deeble (View Comment):

    For what it’s worth, Cuomo’s approval rating has tanked, to 38%, or roughly at twice de Blasio’s approval rating.

    Read that. Two interesting numbers:

    Cuomo has a 64 percent approval rating among females in New York City.

    More than 54 percent of voters across the state believe the Governor sexually harassed multiple women

    Kind of makes sense.  New York City is where all the lefties are in the State.  Lefty women don’t care about sexual harassment charges unless it’s against Republicans.  As in the case of Bill Clinton, as long as he supports killing the unborn, lefty women would gladly support a democrat pervert, or even offer their own bodies to him.  And of course they could care less about nursing home deaths.

    https://www.mrc.org/biasalerts/cyberalert-07071998-reporter-offers-clinton-blewinsky

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  19. Boney Cole Member
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    Just as a question of salacious curiosity, was Cuomo the Pepe LePeux (sp. ?) of Alpha males, or did he have a success rate that amaze everyone, and these six were collateral refusals? 

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  20. iWe Coolidge
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    Insensitive comment alert:

    I find it interesting that Cuomo targeted attractive white women. Bill Clinton was much less discerning. And Bob Packwood was even worse.

    Rep. Patricia Schroeder (D-Colo., third from left) leads other female house members and women who content they were targets of uninvited advances from Packwood on Capitol Hill in July 1995.

    sexual harassment; Anita Hill; Harvey Weinstein; Mars ...

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