The news headlines are full of Sexual Misconduct of Politicians.
This has probably been a long time coming. I only wonder why now? The Left is not having a case of nostalgia about before the 'sexual revolution', no, I don't think so. I can't help asking what they are hiding by bringing this up as the main topic in the news. . It is a distraction, maybe to distract from the success of President Trump's recent trip to Asia. Think it could be?
As Sexual Assault Gains Attention, the Left’s Silence on Bob Menendez Is Deafening
The verdict is in.
I pronounce Democrat leaders, left-wing feminists, and Beltway journalists guilty of gross negligence and hypocrisy over a senator in their midst.
For the past 11 weeks, Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., has been on trial for 18 counts of bribery, fraud, and corruption involving nearly $1 million in gifts and donations. The jury remained deadlocked as of Tuesday.
A new Media Research Center analysis reported that ABC, CBS, and NBC devoted 40 times more of their morning and evening TV newscast coverage this past week to Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore’s alleged sexual assault accusers than to the ongoing federal trial of one of the Democrats’ most powerful, visible, and entrenched figures on Capitol Hill.
As soon as you start hearing that the attorney should be disbarred for lying this appears..
By Jim E |
Oh, Gloria Allred, never change.
The famed attorney has jumped into the fray, involving herself in the ongoing scandal surrounding Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Moore is accused of harassing teenage girls decades ago when he was in his 30s. After the initial allegations were revealed by the media, Allred must have saw an opportunity to get herself in the spotlight.
She found a woman in Alabama who is accusing Moore of harassment in her teens, and who even had a high school yearbook with Moore’s supposed signature in it.
(Peter Flaherty, National Legal and Policy Center) Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s call for the Senate Ethics Committee to investigate Senator Al Franken (D-MN) can only serve the purpose of keeping Franken in the Senate.
Senate and House Ethics Committees are where ethics complaints go to die.
by Steven Nelson |
Two prominent members of Minnesota's Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party are calling on Sen. Al Franken to resign his Senate seat following allegations of sexual misconduct.
Although many other Democrats have called the former comedian's actions disturbing, state auditor Rebecca Otto and Megan Thomas, president of the party's official Feminist Caucus, say he should leave office.
The allegations were made Thursday morning by radio host Leeann Tweeden, who said Franken harassed her during a 2006 USO trip to the Middle East, before he was elected to the Senate in 2008.
Since Bill Clinton’s day of reckoning appears to be upon us, perhaps it’s time to review former Vice President Joe Biden’s history of strange behavior.
Behavior that includes being grope-happy around young women and apparently getting naked in front of female Secret Service agents.
Maybe it’s time to explore these matters a little more in depth, particularly the Secret Service allegations of nudity. (Don’t worry, we’re not actually going to provide photos of it. You may safely put down the bleach.)
First, a little rehash on Sir Gropes-a-Lot. Here’s a few to keep you abreast of the situation …
What’s that saying about hell and fury and woman scorned?
Because if you take the temperature in Arkansas right now, I bet it’s hotter than damnation.
Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who claimed to have been raped by former President Bill Clinton back when he was running to be governor of Arkansas, is out for blood.
by Mandy Mayfield |
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, condemned Democrats for remaining silent on the sexual assault allegations against Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., while being quick to condemn Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
"It is more than a little rich" that Democrats who have been speaking out against Roy Moore are "suddenly in witness protection when it concerns one of their own," Cruz said of the matter during a radio interview Friday, according to Patrick Svitek of the Texas Tribune.
.@TedCruz on Franken allegations: "It is more than a little rich" that Democrats who've been speaking out against Roy Moore are "suddenly in witness protection when it concerns one of their own."