New York Daily News
Suspicious timing Base behavior
Bronx: I was happy to see the Daily News editorial, “The truth about Scott” (May 4), make a reasonable request for due process, which seems to have sadly disappeared. Jean Kim’s allegations should be reviewed completely and if Stringer is found guilty of these charges, he should be punished accordingly. The #MeToo movement has helped many open up about past experiences that they never would have been brave enough to do on their own. The question I have for Kim is why she waited all this time to bring up these allegations, and didn’t do so when the movement began? Stringer has been city controller since 2014. She could have brought these allegations at any time during his tenure. While we still have time before the primary, any possible dirt that can be dredged up on anyone will start popping up in the news. Watch out, candidates — they’re coming for you next. Nancy Reilly
Manhattan: Sorry, Voicer Joseph F. Catrambone: The story of the phallus shrinks as time goes on for women. It would be creepy if Andy shagged Joe’s leg in the conference room — it’s equally creepy for Anna, Barbara, Claudia, Donna, Susan, Taneisha, etc. Please refrain.