Eric Schneiderman Quits as New York Attorney General

Eric Schneiderman Quits as New York Attorney General”

Schneiderman targeted Trump. He helped achieve settlement of the defunct Trump University fraud lawsuits. He also opposes the right to keep arms suitable for militia duty.

New York's attorney general has announced his resignation after four women accused the Democrat of physically abusing them. "Eric Schneiderman has raised his profile as a voice against sexual misconduct".

She commended the four women for coming forward. He says "no one is above the law, including New York's top legal officer". Singas is the former head of the Special Victims Bureau at the Nassau district attorney's office. In a swift and stunning fall from grace, Schneiderman served his final day in office Tuesday following the accusations of domestic violence.

Trump's activities in the state might have been grist for any Democrat most recently in the job as it was for Schneiderman, who is eminently replaceable. Add to that his extortion of gun shows, his sponsorship of falsely-labeled "buybacks", his exploiting of violent crime in New York to push for restrictions in states that have fewer disarmament edicts (and less violence), and his push to use a "mental health" blanket dragnet to further eviscerate RKBA, and it's fair to ask why anyone should believe anything a man who breaks his oath says about anything. He says he strongly contests the allegations, which he calls unrelated to his professional conduct or operations of the office.

That was to be expected. "In the privacy of intimate relationships, I have engaged in role-playing and other consensual sexual activity", he said.

Tenney says it's up to the court system to decide what is true.

Two of the women spoke to the magazine on the record, alleging that Schneiderman repeatedly hit them, often after drinking, frequently and never with their consent. Neither woman filed any police complaints, but both said they sought out medical attention and confided in people close to them about the abuse. A fourth woman said Schneiderman slapped her when she rebuffed him, but also asked to remain unidentified. "This type of behavior is unacceptable and cannot and be tolerated". The Associated Press is identifying the women because they agreed to tell their stories publicly. Was his prescience based on rumor? "This did not happen while we were having sex. I did not consent to physical assault". He saw career gains as he worked with progressive women's groups over the years, and his prominence rose along with the current swell of a feminist-minded anti-Trump resistance, kicked off by the Women's March and seguing into #MeToo. "Wait and see, worse than Spitzer or Weiner".

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