Doug Jones was just the beginning. The sexual revolution gripping the American consciousness shows no signs of slowing. The day after Jones’ victory, Rush Limbaugh warned Republicans about their future.
“It’s a loss — and for the Democrats, it was a huge win. How did they do it, and what does it mean going forward?” Limbaugh asked.
“I’m gonna tell you: If you’re in politics and you’ve ever looked at a woman the wrong way you can expect a woman, at some point, to go public and say so. In fact, because of the success Democrats had with this, it’s entirely possible that men who haven’t done a single thing in terms of mistreating a woman, abusing her or harassing her are still nevertheless going to be accused of it.”
The left’s strategy of impugning their opponent’s morals is working even better than they thought it would. Democrats are slowly clawing Congress out of the Republican rule. The party’s slim advantage in the Senate is shrinking, and the 2018 elections might not be much help. Liberals are motivated, desperate for another win.
Providing a platform for women to make false sexual abuse allegations is slimy, but not surprising. All the Democrats know how to do now is attack.
“And you can see that when one of these allegations is made, the women are believed, and the men who are accused are not. Which means the men have to prove a negative, and the accusers don’t have to prove anything,” continued Limbaugh.
Republicans need to stay wary; Democrats have adopted dirty tactics.