MeToo Times Up Cofounders Were Privately Advising Andrew Cuomo

( It looks like Governor Cuomo isn’t the only one resigning thanks Letitia James’ report on his history of sexual harassment. The details in James’ report have also forced Time’s Up co-founder Roberta Kaplan to resign as well.

It was reported in the Washington Free Beacon last week that Time’s Up co-founders Kaplan and Tina Tchen were working behind the scenes to help Governor Cuomo destroy the credibility of his accusers.

According to the attorney general’s report, a top Cuomo aide said that Kaplan and Tchen advised Cuomo’s team about an op-ed the governor was writing to impugn the credibility of his accuser Lindsay Boylan. Though the op-ed never ran, both Kaplan and Tchen largely approved of what Cuomo wrote.

So much for “Believe Women.”

Time’s Up was founded in 2018 in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. It’s mission was to ensure a world where “everyone is safe and respected at work” and “no one lives in fear of sexual harassment or assault.”

Unless, of course, you’re harassed by Andrew Cuomo, then Time’s Up will drop you like a hot rock in order to protect their Democrat pal.

Well, when the news broke last week, it spelled “Time’s Up” for Roberta Kaplan.

This week Kaplan resigned from her position after a barrage of criticism that she was a back-stabbing fraud. Since Tina Tchen is a close buddy of Michelle Obama she’ll probably be able to ride out the criticism heading her way.

On a related note, Tina Tchen is also the one who convinced Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx to initially drop the charges against fake hate crime hoaxer Jussie Smollett.

Time’s Up is quickly distancing themselves from Roberta Kaplan, calling her decision to step down “the right and appropriate thing to do.”

Kaplan, a “women’s rights” advocate and lawyer, in addition to helping Cuomo smear Boylan also happens to represent wackadoodle Trump accuser E. Jean Carroll as well as Cuomo’s “mean girl” assistant Melissa DeRosa who, like her boss, resigned from her job this week.

But Time’s Up wasn’t the only outfit that tossed Cuomo’s accusers under the bus to protect the powerful Democrat governor. Alphonso David, the leader of the influential gay rights group Human Rights Campaign was also consulted on the op-ed the Cuomo people were hoping to use to smear Boylan.