Excessive-profile Democrat girls proving themselves ‘frauds’ with silence on Cuomo allegations: Tammy Bruce


Vice President Kamala Harris, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and different outstanding Democratic girls are “frauds” for failing to touch upon the plethora of sexual harassment allegations towards New York Gov. Andrew CuomoFox Nation host Tammy Bruce stated Thursday.

Bruce informed “The Faulkner Focus” that the ladies talked about have beforehand signaled their “ethical standing” and portrayed themselves as “moral standard-bearers” towards the harassment of girls within the office by attacking and calling for the resignation of males like Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Bruce accused the ladies of utilizing the #MeToo motion as a “façade” to play politics and destroy political opposition whereas defending fellow Democrats like Cuomo.

“Individuals have watched a fraud unfold with individuals who faux to be higher than them, or [pretend] that we’re going to guard you,” she stated. “The truth is, when the chips are down they choke, they refuse to do something and so they suppose there’s going to be no repercussions.

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“No surprise Cuomo thinks he’s going to be protected as a result of he has been for many years.”

Harris was a staunch critic of Kavanaugh when he confronted allegations of sexual misconduct throughout his affirmation course of. Throughout the 2020 Democratic major marketing campaign, she stated she believed girls who had accused President Biden of inappropriate touching previously. 

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To date, nonetheless, Harris has but to weigh in on the Cuomo allegations, and he or she didn’t acknowledge a query about them as she walked out of the room after talking to reporters Wednesday.

Different outstanding Democrats, together with Warren, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez D-N.Y., and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., have remained silent on the allegations and didn’t reply to Fox Information’ request for remark. 

Fox Information’ Ronn Blitzer contributed to this report.

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