Attorney General Letitia James has targeted the NRA and Trump. But, her own house was dirty.
While New York has turned into a broiling hellhole of crime and violence, Attorney General Letitia James has maintained a laser focus on the real threat… Republicans. Aside from an inept attempt to replace Cuomo with sexual harassment charges, AG James has illegally targeted the NRA and Trump.
Meanwhile her own house, predictably, was as dirty as could be.
Attorney General Letitia James’ chief of staff has resigned after being slapped with multiple sexual harassment complaints, which were filed before Election Day and kept quiet as James cruised to victory, sources told The Post.
Of course they were. And this comes from the same woman who claimed to be fighting sexual harassment in politics.
Two women filed sexual harassment complaints against Ibrahim Khan – and one of those women was told her claims of inappropriate touching and unwanted kissing were substantiated, according to The New York Times.
The AG’s Office didn’t deny that sexual harassment complaints have been filed against Khan, but declined to answer questions seeking additional information earlier this week.
James, a Democrat, refused to debate her little-known and underfunded Republican opponent, Manhattan lawyer Michael Henry, during the runup to the Nov. 8 election, making her the only statewide elected official to do so.
James went on to easily beat Henry, 52.4%-46.7%, to win a second term as the state’s top law enforcement official.
I wouldn’t describe 52-46 as easily in a deep blue state where no one even knew who was running against her.
In 2018, Khan was James’ campaign manager during her successful, first run for AG and he’s served as her chief of staff since she was sworn in.
His earlier jobs include work as a regional field organizer for Hillary Clinton’s failed 2008 presidential campaign…
Everything the Clintons touch. Right?
Back in college however, Khan was part of an Islamist hate group with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Khan, who earned a degree in political science, “had a pretty good sense” of what he wanted to do with his career. At UAlbany, the Long Island native served as managing editor of the Albany Student Press (ASP) and as Muslim Student Association president. “I knew I wanted to do something with words and ideas. I always thought I would go into either journalism or some sort of public service.
Or, more simply, power.
While many people have joined the MSA, which is bad enough, MSA presidents have a Jihadist reputation and a number have become involved in Islamic terrorism.