Don Trump Jr dropped the hammer on Andrew Cuomo by digging up his old tweets ripping Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh,
Gov. Cuomo tweeted, “The allegations of sexual assault against Judge Kavanaugh are disturbing and deeply concerning. We owe it to the American people to #BelieveSurvivors. I call on the Senate to postpone any vote until these allegations are fully investigated.”
In another tweet, Cuomo said, “To cheapen and ridicule the pain of a woman who suffers a sexual assault is disgraceful. Republicans are making a mockery of these hearings. This is not just about Judge Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court appointment, it’s about justice in the deepest sense.”
In another tweet Cuomo said, “Here is one basic fact that badly hurts Judge Kavanaugh: Why won’t he take a polygraph? Dr. Ford did. President Trump: You can and should ask him to take the test.”
Enter Don Trump Jr.:
“Let’s make sure we hold Andrew Cuomo to the same standards that he would hold others to. Only seems fair.” Not even a liberal can argue with that.
“I understood that the governor wanted to sleep with me, and felt horribly uncomfortable and scared,” Charlotte Bennett told the New York Times when she came forward with a new accusation yesterday. “And was wondering how I was going to get out of it and assumed it was the end of my job.”
“When she came to me and opened up about being a sexual assault survivor and how it shaped her and her ongoing efforts to create an organization that empowered her voice to help other survivors, I tried to be supportive and helpful,” Cuomo said in a statement.
“Ms. Bennett’s initial impression was right: I was trying to be a mentor to her. I never made advances toward Ms. Bennett nor did I ever intend to act in any way that was inappropriate. The last thing I would ever have wanted was to make her feel any of the things that are being reported.”
Cuomo did not deny Bennett’s allegations. Cuomo’s special counsel Beth Garvey said, “Ms. Bennett’s concerns were treated with sensitivity and respect and in accordance with applicable law and policy. The matter was promptly escalated to special counsel. Ms. Bennett received the transfer she requested to a position in which she had expressed a long-standing interest, and was thoroughly debriefed on the facts which did not include a claim of physical contact or inappropriate sexual conduct. She was consulted regarding the resolution, and expressed satisfaction and appreciation for the way in which it was handled.”
“The determination reached based on the information Ms. Bennett provided was that no further action was required which was consistent with Ms. Bennett’s wishes,”