That Andrew Cuomo is a smooth operator. The high profile politician knew how to use his power and persuasion to get chicks in the sack.
I contend that we’ve only been given “just the tip” when it comes to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s sexual escapades with young women. And after reading the story about Charlotte Bennett, I see how Cuomo worked his magic.
Cuomo groomed these women.
As AOL reported:
A former aide accusing Gov. Cuomo of sexual harassment is pushing back on his apology and revealing more about her “deeply uncomfortable” encounter with the governor.
Charlotte Bennett sat down for her first television interview Thursday with “CBS Evening News,” telling anchor Norah O’Donnell that Cuomo “implied to me that I was old enough for him and he was lonely.”
“I thought, he’s trying to sleep with me. The governor is trying to sleep with me. And I’m deeply uncomfortable and I have to get out of this room as soon as possible,” the 25-year-old said.
Bennett first came forward with her claims over the weekend, alleging that the governor asked her inappropriate questions about her sex life, including “if I had ever been with an older man,” during a meeting in his office at the height of the COVID crisis last year.
Who asks this question of a woman? Either she’s interested or she’s not. Age has NOTHING to do with it, as many rich old men can attest.
Still, Cuomo asked the question, grooming Bennett. Because Cuomo didn’t want to have to pay to get his young chicks.
How many young women do you think Cuomo asked this question? And not playfully. More like, “Well you will soon answer yes to that question, Bitch! I’m the GOVERNATOR!”.
The article continues, as Bennett explains why the questions and comments were a cause of concer:
O’Donnell asked Bennett what she was thinking as the most powerful man in the state, a national star at the time due to his daily televised COVID briefings, pressed her about past sexual assault.
“He asked if I had trouble enjoying being with someone because of my trauma,” said Bennett, who has been open about her past as a sexual assault survivor.
“The governor asked me if I was sensitive to intimacy,” she said, adding, “He asked if it made it hard to really be with someone physically.”
Bennett said she was terrified and felt forced to answer the intimate questions and later felt shame when she thought about speaking out.
“I really was uncomfortable and understood that my boss was asking these questions, so I was trying to answer them,” she said. “I feel like people put the onus on the woman to shut that conversation down. And by answering, I was somehow engaging in that or enabling it, when in fact, I was just terrified.”
Who did Cuomo think he was? Dr. Phil?!
Again, his questions were “grooming” questions. They were meant to gain trust, intimacy. Then Cuomo could slip her his pickle. Another Harvey Weinstein brought to us by the loving and tolerant left.