“The things that I would do to you.”

Stop me if you have heard this before, but Michelle Lujan Grisham will do anything to protect the leaders of the Democratic Party.

According to a just released report, as his young female staffer pleaded with Governor Cuomo for him to stop groping her he told her “I don’t care,” and apparently neither does the Democratic Governors Association Chair Michelle Lujan Grisham, who despite promises to do so, still refuses to condemn her colleague’s behavior.

The report even quotes Cuomo telling the junior staffer that:

“Oh, if you were single, the things that I would do to you.”

Read the entire bombshell write-up here, and watch Governor Lujan Grisham tell the Washington Post that the DGA would be releasing a statement on Cuomo’s disturbing allegations more than a month ago.

“Michelle Lujan Grisham can’t seem to muster the courage to address the pain Governor Cuomo caused the now 10 women accusing him of sexual harassment,” said RGA spokesman Will Reinert. “Governor Lujan Grisham’s refusal to issue a statement as the Democratic Governors Association chair, after promising to do so, tells New Mexicans all they need to know about where she stands on sexual harassment in the workplace.”