For the past couple of years, Democrats have been using the Me Too craze to try to eliminate their competitors.
It worked with the special election to fill the vacated Senate seat of Jeff Sessions.
Republican Roy Moore, former Chief Justice of Alabama Supreme Court was falsely accused by female Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans sided with the accusers rather than Moore and the Senate seat ended up in the hands of the Democrats.
However, there have been several instances where Democrats in Congress have been forced to resign under mounting Me Too accusations.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, whom many believe may mount a run for the White House, is facing his second accusation of improper touching of women.
Fox News – Biden accused by second woman of improper physical contact – A second woman has come forward to accuse former Vice President Joe Biden of inappropriate touching, further complicating the prospective presidential candidate’s political future and intensifying what has become a social media reckoning on his previous public behavior with women.
Amy Lappos, 43, first told the Hartford Courant in an interview published Monday that Biden grabbed her during a $1,000-per-plate October 2009 fundraiser for Connecticut Democrat Rep. Jim Himes. Lappos, who initially posted about the episode on Facebook on Sunday, was working as an aide for Himes at the time.
“It wasn’t sexual, but he did grab me by the head,” Lappos told the paper. “He put his hand around my neck and pulled me in to rub noses with me. When he was pulling me in, I thought he was going to kiss me on the mouth.” …
In a typical display of hypocrisy, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said that the allegations made against Biden should not prevent him from running for the White House.
However, in 2016, she said the allegations made against Donald Trump were enough to make his end his campaign and later she said that Trump was not fit to be president.
Once again, Pelosi displays the double standards that Democrats live by.
What’s okay for them is not okay for Republicans.
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