The U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris, who previously said Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh should be impeached over #MeToo accusation that dated back to his college years, has been crickets on the recent and multiple allegations of New York Governor Cuomo.
“The American public deserves to know the character of someone who will serve for his entire life on the highest court in our country.” – then-Senator Kamala Harris on sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Harris added, “I believe her… anybody who comes forward at this point to be prepared to testify in the U.S. Senate against someone who’s being nominated to one of the most powerful positions in the U.S. government, that takes an extraordinary amount of courage.”
“The American public deserves to know the character of someone who will serve for his entire life on the highest court in our country.” — Sen. @KamalaHarris on sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh pic.twitter.com/cMzbuCCQ5Z— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) September 18, 2018
Lindsey Boylan, a former aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the first woman to accuse Cuomo of sexual harassment, has criticized President Joe Biden and Vice President Harris for their silence on the allegations.
Boylan, said that she worked for Cuomo until he tried to kiss her without her consent, questioned the “courage” of both Biden and Harris in a tweet that has since been deleted.
“The governor has denied all wrongdoing,” Boylan wrote in the first of two posts. “He got on his platform today and said, ‘there are many motivations of why people do things.’ He is calling up hate and speculation to be directed to his accusers. All harm and hate directed at the women sits squarely on @NYGovCuomo.”
In the second now-deleted tweet, Boylan took aim at the White House. “It also calls into question the judgment and courage of both @POTUS and @KamalaHarris,” she wrote.
“I did not do what has been alleged, period,” Cuomo said stumbling in a conference call Friday.
“People know the difference between playing politics, bowing to cancel culture, and the truth,” the governor added.
Gov. Cuomo has apologized for previous behavior but has refused to step down.