Governor Cuomo is in the line of fire again after he recently decided to play a bizarre slideshow that proved how he ‘touches’ everyone in defense of his harassment allegations.
The embattled Governor of New York turned plenty of heads with Twitter on fire as he decided to showcase a new slideshow that reportedly showed him touching, hugging, and kissing everyone he meets. The news comes during his pre-recorded denial relating to how he has not sexually harassed multiple women, despite the countless allegations against him.
“I do it with everyone,” the Governor went on to add. “Whether they are Black, White, straight, LGBTQ, powerful, old, strangers, friends, whoever,” he boldly tried to explain as the weird slideshow played.
Experts claim the stunt was a poor attempt made by the official to try and provide evidence relating to how he touches all sorts of people but it may have been a poor decision in the first place.
After the shocking video, comments began rolling in from all directions with many questioning the Governor’s move. “Just because he does it with everyone does not make it alright,” fired Fox News’ famous correspondent Emily Compagno on Tuesday.
In that particular slideshow, the Governor hugs and kisses a number of people. This includes random bypassers from New York to famous lawmakers and politicians like Bill Clinton and actor Robert De Niro too.
Meanwhile, Senator Alessandra Biaggi was also quick to tweet how his slideshow that featured the Governor kissing people clearly did not negate any facts that would prove that he did not sexually harass his employees.
The Governor has been in the limelight for a while now, ever since he was introduced into an investigation relating to sexual harassment by New York’s Attorney General.
And that included a startling 179 interviews relating to up to 11 different women who accused him of harassing as well as inappropriately touching them during the years 2013 to 2020.
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