It appears that the more vociferous a leftist is in their attacks and accusations against others concerning sexual improprieties, the more likely they’re the ones actually guilty of them.
“Don’t throw stones in glass houses,” it’s a basic aphorism that shouldn’t be too hard to abide by, especially if you’re a politician with a skeleton-filled closet of your own. But in the case of leftists, they’ve come to believe that their near ubiquitous control over the media will shield them from anything, so they routinely accuse folks of things they themselves are guilty of. This is especially true of Hollywood celebrities, as they trashed Trump’s “locker-room talk” and just months later have been exposed for serial sexual abuse.
But now we’ve moved from celebrities to politicians, as the stream of sexual abuse allegations are making their way to Washington. And the latest person to be exposed as a harasser is one of the most vocal critics of the Trump administration. Who’s lodged all sorts of accusations at the president over his supposed mistreatment of women–Sen. Al Franken.
As reported at the Hill, left-wing Sen. Franken has been accused of kissing and groping a woman without her consent back in 2006, and already, he’s come out and admitted that it’s true. As a result, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is doing something useful for once, calling on the Senate Ethics Committee to review the incident.
Franken’s accuser, a TV host and sports broadcaster named Leeann Tweeden, said he groped her, without her consent, while she was asleep. She’s even provided a photo as evidence. The incident happened in December 2006, she said, when she and Franken, then a comedian, were on a USO Tour to “entertain our troops.”