New York Secretary of State Andrew Cuomo is going after the big banks that originally signed on - although not all were initially willing - to the Treasury Departments plan to infuse funds into financial institutions in return for preferred stock and common stock warrants. The subject? Executive compensation.
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Well that is all interesting and all but I have a feeling that the big banks will find a way to get this money into the hands of the CEO in a way of a bonus.
Andrew Cuomo: Pro-Life People "Have No Place in the State of New York"
Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York has already proven himself to be one of the most pro-abortion politicians in the country. He's repeatedly pushed a bill that would make the state that has some of the highest abortion rates in the nation further down the road of unlimited abortions.
Now, Cuomo has said that pro-life people have no business living in the state. If the governor has any interest in pursuing national office with a potential Democratic presidential campaign, he's definitely lost the majority of the country that appreciates the right to life of unborn babies. Ref. Source 6
Andrew Cuomo Faces Calls to Resign After Saying Pro-Lifers Not Welcome in New York
Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York is facing calls to resign following his comments saying pro-life people have no business living in the state.
As LifeNews reported Friday, Cuomo said the following: You"re seeing that play out in New York. "¦ The Republican Party candidates are running against the SAFE Act - it was voted for by moderate Republicans who run the Senate! Their problem is not me and the Democrats; their problem is themselves. Who are they? Are they these extreme conservatives who are right-to-life, pro-assault-weapon, anti-gay? Is that who they are? Because if that's who they are and they"re the extreme conservatives, they have no place in the state of New York, because that's not who New Yorkers are. Ref. Source 5
Andrew Cuomo on Attacking Pro-Lifers: "I Wasn't Saying Anyone Should Leave the State"
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is backtracking after facing national criticism and calls to resign over his comments that pro-life people "have no place"in the state.
In January, Cuomo eventually said it's "fine" if pro-life people live in New York and he blamed his insensitive comments on the New York City media. Now he's walking back his comments even further, saying his position is the "exact opposite" of telling pro-lifers to leave. Ref. Source 9
New York lawmakers call for investigation after second former aide accuses Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. The ex-aide, Charlotte Bennett, told The New York Times that she was repeatedly made to feel uncomfortable by Cuomo after she was hired in 2019 in the governor's office. Bennett told the paper that while the Democratic governor never tried to touch her, she felt he was being inappropriate, especially after a June 5 exchange in his state Capitol office in Albany as she worked on the staff's COVID-19 response. Ref. USAToday.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo faced a new allegation of inappropriately touching a female aide after a report said he summoned her to the governor's mansion and "Aggressively groped her." According to the Times Union of Albany, the unnamed aide said in 2020, Cuomo allegedly reached under her blouse and fondled her. In a statement, Cuomo denied the claim. Source 1p.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo to be investigated for sexual harassment allegations by the New York State Assembly, a potential step toward impeachment
Pressure for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign was building Thursday after a letter signed by 59 Democratic state lawmakers called for him to step down and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said the chamber would conduct its own investigation into the embattled governor's future. Cuomo was under a new round of criticism after a sixth accuser Wednesday said the Democratic governor sexually harassed her. Ref. USAToday.