Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo was accused of sexual harassment by two former aides, which prompted the embattled leader to call for an independent investigation into the allegations. On Sunday, he was hit with another harassment strike. 
The New York Times reported on Saturday that Charlotte Bennett, who worked as his executive assistant and health policy advisor, claimed he asked her personal questions – including the age of the men she dated. Ms. Bennett said she “understood that the governor wanted to sleep with me, and I felt awfully uncomfortable and scared.”
Lindsey Boylan, another former aide, took to Medium to accuse the governor of making unwanted sexual advances. She said he once kissed her on the lips and suggested they play strip poker during a private flight in October 2017.
“The idea that someone might think I held my high-ranking position because of the Governor’s ‘crush’ on me was more demeaning than the kiss itself,” Boylan, who is running for Manhattan borough president, posted.
Cuomo’s office called Boylan’s allegations “simply false” and called Bennett a “valued member of our team during COVID.”
The governor said in a statement that he 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.”
Lawmakers in the state called for an immediate investigation. Representative Elise Stefanik called Cuomo a “criminal sexual predator” who “must resign immediately.”
Then, on Sunday, a third woman has accused Cuomo of unwanted sexual advances at a wedding in 2019.
TREND FORECAST: Since last March, the Trends Journal was the first to call out Governor Cuomo for his arrogance and dictatorial mandates that have destroyed tens of thousands of New York lives and livelihoods, while the mainstream media promoted him as a star, and the Hollywood clowns awarded him an Emmy for his daily COVID B.S. updates. 
Andrew Cuomo will not be re-elected. A political cast of wannabes is already lining up to challenge him in the 2022 gubernatorial race.
We also note that the #metoo movement has been silent on the sexual allegation charges made against Andrew Cuomo.

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