Kirsten Gillibrand Suddenly Gets Shy about Andrew Cuomo

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) makes her way through the Senate subway before the day’s Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, January 29, 2020. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)
Conveniently, the senator now suggests her opinion on sexual-misconduct claims just isn’t that important.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE N ew York senator Kirsten Gillibrand doesn’t want you to ask her about Andrew Cuomo resigning:

Asking every female elected in our state when a person should resign or not resign really isn’t the conversation we should be having. And I have to say, it’s exceedingly frustrating because so many men who are also in public leadership aren’t asked these questions day to day. The women in our state are not meant to be judges, jurors and executioners. I really resent the fact that … the news media calls on every woman elected to [judge] every single time. Unfortunately, what it does

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