Tweets From Accused Abuser Eric Schneiderman That Didn’t Age Well

As previously reported at Big League Politics, New York’s Attorney General Eric┬áSchneiderman has been accused of physical assault from four different women. As a longtime enemy of Donald Trump, he has made his fair share of Tweets, that in the wake of these claims, certainly didn’t age well.

The first, and most ironic Tweet, is his praise of the New York Times, and The New Yorker for their coverage of prominent sexual harassment claims. The New Yorker was the first outlet to report the claims against him.

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/985984777596612610

Schneiderman was also a highly vocal critic of Harvey Weinstein, offering to help any women who faced sexual harassment from him, or anyone else. I wonder if any of the women he allegedly assaulted tried calling his office for help?

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/962828264522899457

He also reminded New Yorkers about the rights of sexual assault victims.

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/935543345748770822

He also made countless grandstanding Tweets about how much of an advocate for women he is.

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/926859872808906753

I don’t think those women had much control when you were allegedly assaulting them.

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/922834954035359746

I guess in his mind working at an abortion clinic is somehow helpful to women, despite the fact that many women end up regretting their abortions, and half those killed in abortion are unborn women.

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/926860289823436801

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/889928436843728896

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/955206585353166851

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/860279730276323328

https://twitter.com/AGSchneiderman/status/859561826190856192

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