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24 Dem Sex Scandals That CNN Has Failed To Report On – Let’s Remind Them

More proof CNN is biased!

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If you thought there was a lot of groping going on in Hollywood, then you haven’t seen anything yet. There’s a list of 24 sex scandals perpetrated by Democrats and it seems like CNN isn’t doing their best journalistic work to cover them all equally. Sure, you might see a headline or two about Al Franken supposedly groping a model’s breasts in her sleep, or perhaps you’ll see a quick John Conyers accusation on his alleged sexual harassment, but are they covering the Democratic accusations as fairly as others? Or is CNN biased towards that and wishes to graze over the incidents while focusing more on any Republican candidate for a sexually influenced crime?

The list of Hollywood accusations runs almost as long as the credits at the end of any movie, but here’s a list of 24 Democrats involved in sexually related scandals and I’m not so sure CNN is doing their part to inform the public. It’s a true shame that major mainstream news sources have gone full partisan because now the public lacks true news and honest reporting. Good thing I’m here to fix that!

Items in bold are quoted from American News Hub who did an excellent job compiling this list.

1. Four new women accuse Bill Clinton of sexual assault. (11/20/2017)

Former President Bill Clinton was accused of multiple incidents by four women. We already know about his lust for using an intern to hold his cigar and how he may have ruined her dress with some bodily fluids. What’s up with the other accusations? Daily Mail ran this story.

2. Congresswoman accuses Democrat former Congressman Bob Filner of sexually assaulting her. (11/21/2017)

According to the Huffington Post, Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Colo.) accused former congressman Bob Filner of trying to pin her in an elevator and forcibly kiss her.

The Huffington Post ran this? Shocking. They’re about as leftist as one could get and it’s a breath of fresh air to see that they would run a story against a Democrat. I still think the HuffPost horrible site filled with virtue signalers, Black Lives Matter enthusiasts, and gender study liberals and feminists, but that’s just my opinion.

3. California Democrat Raul Bocanegra resigns leadership position and won’t seek re-election over sexual allegations. (11/20/2017)

The Los Angeles Times reported that California Democratic Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra said he would suspend his campaign and not seek re-election in the face that a story would be dropping about six women accusing him of sexual harassment.

Not seeking reelection smells like guilt to me.

4. Democrat congressional candidate from New Mexico David Alcon was arrested for stalking in New Mexico. (11/13/2017)

According to the Washington Free Beacon, Alcon was arrested after sending a woman persistent messages, including of his genitals, telling her he loved her and suggesting he was watching her.

Hasn’t anyone learned from Anthony Weiner that we don’t send private pics anymore? When you’re a politician, the last thing you do is send some chick a picture of your penis and corny messages like you’re some desperate chump who can’t get a woman. If a woman wants to see it, then she needs to see it in person. Sending pictures of your privates will only bite you on the rear end later. Take it from the king of private pics, Mr. Anthony Weiner himself. Don’t do it. But did CNN run the story and show the pics? Doubt it.

5. 10 women accuse Colorado Democratic lawmaker Steve Lebsock of sexual harassment. (11/10/2017)

CBS Denver reports that the 10 women include a legislative aide who harassed her at a bar.

10 women is a lot. Are the accusations true? Did CNN run the story and ask every accuser and do the stories match up? 1 woman is a lot, but when 10 say it, then you have to wonder.

6. Colorado Democratic House Speaker Crisanta Duran accused of ‘covering up’ sexual allegations against Democrat Steve Lebsock. (11/14/2017)

According to The Denver Post:

Colorado’s top Democratic lawmaker is under fire for how she handled a colleague’s sexual harassment complaint against a member of their party and now faces calls for an independent investigation.

I bet women are thrilled to hear about a woman hiding sexual allegations. Was she in on it? What was her reward for covering up the possible crimes? What did CNN have to say about it?

7. Minnesota Democratic lawmaker Dan Schoen resigns over sexual harassment allegations. (11/21/2017)

The MinnPost reported that two women accused Schoen of sexually harassing them. One was a former DFL candidate for House who alleged that he grabbed her buttocks, telling her she had a “good door-knocking ass.”

What exactly is a “door-knocking ass?” I have not ever heard of that before. I know a good one when I see it, and that’s not something I’ve ever referred to one as. Men can’t say they don’t look – because we do. Everyone looks. However, looking and committing sexual harassment is a huge difference. Everyone looks at each other in one way or another, but that does not warrant any type of grabbing. You can look at the merchandise, but you can’t touch it.

8. A third woman accuses California Democrat Sen. Tony Mendoza of sexual harassment. (11/16/2017)

According to the Sacramento Bee, a woman said that California state Sen. Tony Mendoza behaved inappropriately toward her when she worked in his Capitol office seven years as a legislative aide in Sacramento.

I wonder what his “inappropriate” behavior consists of. Was it comments? Grabbing? Sexually charged text messages? What was it, Tony?

9. Sexual harassment controversy threatens to ensnare California Democratic Senate leader Kevin de León. (11/11/2017)

The Mercury News reported that there are questions about whether Kevin de León may have helped to try to cover-up complaints against Sen. Tony Mendoza.

If Tony’s act requires a cover-up, then it probably wasn’t a very nice gesture or behavior towards women.

10. Democrat Randor commissioners president Philip Ahr charged with multiple counts of child pornography. (10/11/2017)

According to The Inquirer, Philip Ahr was arrested on numerous felony counts. Authorities said Ahr sent and received hundreds of images of child sexual abuse — some involving infants and toddlers, others depicting sadomasochistic abuse and abuse involving children and animals.

I’m going to vomit. This is disgusting. There is enough weird adult content on the Internet that one does not ever have to look at something like this. This is horrible. I searched CNN for “Philip Ahr” and their website provided NO results. CNN did NOT cover this incident at all. Not even a mention of the man and his disgusting crime. I took a screenshot to prove it.

11. Woman claims New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo ignored her pleas to investigate one of his staffers who was allegedly sexually harassing her. (11/20/2017)

The Buffalo News reported that Lisa M. Cater filed a lawsuit after one of Cuomo’s top lieutenants praised Sam Hoyt, a Cuomo confidante and appointee, upon his resignation last month. CAter alleges that she told Cuomo about horrible sexual harassment by Hoyt but that he did nothing.

Does anyone like Cuomo? Anyone? Anyone at all?

12. Democrat Rep. Calvin Smyre accused of sexual misconduct by Jehmu Greene. (11/13/2017)

According to The Ledger-Enquirer, Fox News contributor and former candidate for DNC head Jehmu Greene alleged that
Rep. Calvin Smyre, the dean of the Georgia General Assembly sexually harassed her during the national convention 21 years ago.

In all honesty, it’s really hard to take an accusation from 21 years ago serious. People who would rather further their career than call someone out on their sexual harassment don’t really get any respect from me. They had the choice to say something when it happened but chose not to. That means they didn’t really care about it then, so why are they complaining about it now? Not that it makes what happened right – if it happened at all, but it loses some merit when the so-called victim speaks 21 years later and has zero proof that something happened.

13. Florida Democratic Party President Sally Boynton Brown resigns amidst sexual harassment controversy. (11/20/2017)

Sunshine State News reported that Florida Democratic Party president Sally Boynton Brown resigned after two former party staffers claimed she “enabled” FDP chairman Stephen Bittel’s “creepy” and “inappropriate” behavior towards female staffers.

Resignation = guilt.

14. New Mexico Democratic legislator Sen. Michael Padilla accused of sexual harassment. (11/18/2017)

According to the Albuquerque Journal, New Mexico state Sen. Michael Padilla was accused in two federal lawsuits of harassing women while working with the city of Albuquerque on an emergency call center. The city ended up settling “sexually hostile work environment” case resulting from Padilla’s actions. He was alleged to have pestered women for dates and made other inappropriate comments, such as “Women stay home, make tortillas and have babies.”

You had me at tortilla! Listen, Padilla, you can’t pester women for dates. They either like you or they don’t. Ask once and back off. If you constantly pressure women for dates, and they keep saying no, then they’re going to tell the other women they know. At that rate, you won’t ever get a date. Now you can stay home and make your own tortillas.

15. Colorado Democratic Rep. Paul Rosenthal accused of sexual harassment and groping. (11/17/2017)

The Denver Post reported that questions were raised by a Democratic aide about possible harassment from Colorado state Rep. Paul Rosenthal. Rosenthal had a prior complaint against him for unwanted advances toward another gay man when he was a candidate.

Unwanted groping? That means the other person is not attracted to the groper. If they are attracted to the groper, then it’s “wanted groping” and no one reports it. If you’re going to grope someone, then perhaps you should ask first. Otherwise, you’re in big trouble.

16. Illinois Democratic Sen. Ira Silverstein accused of sexual harassment. (10/31/2017)

According to CBS Chicago, a political activist accused Illinois State Sen. Ira Silverstein (D-Chicago) of sexually harassing her while the two were working on legislation to help crime victims last year. She said that during a pattern of harassment he would Facebook her at all hours and call her at midnight. “You have no idea the torment.”

That sounds like the stalker behavior that Lifetime would make movies about. Seriously folks, what the heck is wrong with people?

17. Missouri Democratic Rep. Josh Peters accused of sexual harassment. (01/25/2017)

The Kansas City Star reported Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal accused Democratic state Rep. Josh Peters of touching her inappropriately, grabbing her by the arms, called her “boo,” and later called her a “bitch.”

Calling someone “boo” is not sexual harassment. Touching someone’s arm is not sexual harassment. Calling someone a “bitch” is not sexual harassment. I fail to see where there is any evidence of sexual harassment. Touching someone’s arm in conversation is not even a form of harassment. Calling someone “boo” is a term of endearment in some cultures. Calling someone a “bitch” usually means the person IS a “bitch” OR the person calling them one is a complete jerk. In many cases, the man might call a woman this if she is completely acting like one or she refuses a date because he’s an ugly guy or he has no personality and she’s completely unattracted to him. If she said no to his advance for a date, then calling her names surely won’t get the date. In either case, this guy was probably being a massive perpetual jerk, but I can’t call it sexual harassment. Ain’t that right, boo?

18. Nevada Democratic Sen. Mark Manendo resigns amid numerous sexual harassment allegations. (07/18/2017)

KTNV reports that complaints were brought against State Sen. Mark Manendo, D-Las Vegas, in April and that after an investigation ordered by the Senate Majority Leader, Manendo has resigned.

19. Oklahoma Democratic lawmaker Will Fourkiller accused of sexual harassment. (01/10/2017)

NewsOK reported that Will Fourkiller, D-Stilwell had a complaint made against him in April 2015 involving a high school page. A second state representative is now being investigated by the special House committee that is looking into sexual harassment complaints made against current members.

Sounds creepy.

20. Oregon Democratic lawmaker David Gomberg accused of inappropriately touching women. (10/30/2017)

According to Oregon Live, State Rep. David Gomberg apologized for offending two women who years ago accused him of ‘violating their personal boundaries.’ The complaints involved “inappropriate humor or inappropriate touching,” invasion of “personal space” and hugging.

Was it a hug where he grabbed their bottom or a friendly work hug? If the women backed off or said no or told him to stop, then he continued the behavior, then it’s harassment and inappropriate. Some people greet each other with a hug. Some don’t. You don’t know what to do until you’re in that position. If you hug someone and get too close like you’re swooping in for a kiss and it’s creepy, then you’ll know. People don’t like that. You have to give the friendly hug with your face to the side and not rub your groin on people. I’m not sure what kind of hug this man was giving, but if the women were outspoken and told him to stop, and he didn’t – then he should have certainly apologized. Did CNN run this, or did they ignore it like many of the other stories?

21. Former Washington Democratic lawmaker Brendan Williams accused of sexual harassment. (11/01/2017)

The Seattle Times reported that three women have come forward against former Washington state lawmaker Rep. Brendan Williams accusing him of sexual harassment and assault. One was a House intern at the time.

I would need more information to process this. Of course, that information could’ve been provided by CNN had they investigated it.

22. Connecticut Democratic councilman Scott Chamberlain resigns after ‘furry’ profile revealed. (09/08/2017)

The New York Daily News reported that Scott Chamberlain who had been on the New Milford town council since 2015, though would resign after his profile was discovered. Furries dress up in animal costumes. Some have a sexual fetish involving the costumes but Chamberlin denied this, saying his furriness had “nothing to do with sex; it’s an interest in cartoon animals.”

A hairy problem.

I can’t even comment on this without laughing. Was the dude a kink? Are you kidding me? I know people have very weird fetishes, but what the heck is this? Oh goodness…

23. Florida Democratic Sen. Jeff Clemens resigns over sexual misconduct. (10/27/2017)

According to Politico, he resigned after an extramarital affair with a lobbyist was revealed and Republicans said there were more.

How does someone in the public spotlight think they’ll be able to have an affair and not get caught? If you’re an unknown bus driver hooking up with a married mechanic at work, then people probably won’t know and there’s nothing the other person can hold against you. But if you’re in the government and the public eye, then you need to be on best behavior. The fact that a man had to resign from his position because he had an extramarital affair is beyond oblivious. Just end the marriage if it’s unhappy. Don’t hurt people in the process because you’ll just lose your job later.

24. Ohio Democrat governor candidate Justice William O’Neill brags about his sexual history on Facebook. (11/18/2017)

The Washington Post reported that Justice William O’Neill posted a statement Friday morning on Facebook about his sexual history while allegedly trying to defend ‘heterosexual males.’

Sounds a bit creepy. I wonder if this guy was in college racking up numbers by sleeping with drunk gals who barely knew his name or he’s full of it. Men who brag about their sexual conquests don’t actually have any sexual conquests. Men who have real sexual conquests don’t have to brag about it – the women do it for us.

Thanks to American News Hub for their compilation of this list. It surely shows CNN’s lack of interest in reporting fairly on the Democratic party. I can’t believe how many unknown cases I just read and had no idea about most of them.

I thought mainstream news outlets like CNN were supposed to focus on facts and fairness?

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BREAKING NEWS out of GEORGIA… SCUMBAG NFL Star BUSTED And It’s All On VIDEO!

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And the NFL nightmare continues!

This time another entitled NFL ball tossing ingrate, Seattle Seahawks rookie and defensive-lineman, Malik McDowell, took it upon himself to get into a bit of hot water with the law. But unfortunately for McDowell, his rude interaction with a female law enforcement officer who was attempting to arrest him for disorderly conduct was all caught on camera and made public for the whole world to see who these so-called “justice warriors” in the NFL are really about.

As seen in the above video a male police officer appears to be trying to transport McDowell to the police station for booking. The male police officer isn’t the same officer who originally arrested him though. Because as we see in the video while McDowell is being arrested he is also taunting a female peace officer who is standing nearby.

The video features a male officer—who appears to be tasked with transporting McDowell, but not the one who originally arrested him—putting handcuffs on McDowell. At the same time, McDowell is taunting a female cop standing nearby.

“Are you scared of me?” he asks her repeatedly. “Why is you a cop then?”

McDowell and the officer go back and forth about why he was arrested for disorderly conduct, and he calls her a bitch multiple times.

“Bitch, I got money. That’s why I can talk shit,” McDowell says, adding that the officers will never make as much money as he’s made in the past few months.

McDowell then apparently shouts at some passersby, “Hey, they’re trying to plant some shit on me!” which causes the officers to laugh.

“I got a lot of fucking money you broke-ass niggas,” McDowell says as they search him. “Put me in fucking jail, please, so I can bond out.”

Yup, this is what social justice warrior millionaires do. They follow the lead of a failing quarterback who was told by his Islamic girlfriend to kneel during the national anthem to call attention to himself so he wouldn’t be fired by the San Francisco Forty-Niners. And in turn, they take down the whole NFL with them. And sadly since most of these ball tossers have no idea how money works they are too damn stupid to figure out the fact that if people don’t go to the games, watch them on tv, and buy team gear they don’t get paid. They are harming their own pocketbooks but they don’t even possess the IQ to understand this fact.

The Big Lead Reports:

12 Reasons Why Everyone Hates Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick just got paid. The haters came out in droves. Why do people hate the successful quarterback? Here’s why:

1. He’s not Russell Wilson. Despite Wilson’s offseason divorce, the Seattle Seahawks QB is so much more clean cut than his rival Kaepernick! And not embroiled in scandals! And his arms aren’t covered in tattoos! And most of all, his Instagram screams “Humble Choir Boy” while Kaepernick is posing with rappers.

2. Tattoos. Kaepernick has many scary, colorful tattoos. This freaks out 82% of NFL writers over the age of 50 who prefer their QBs to have pasty, doughy arms devoid of ink. And the tats under Kaepernick’s jersey? If you see him at the pool, you better walk to the shallow end, Mark Cuban.

3. Occasionally, Kaepernick wears his hat backwards. Why would a 26-year old wear his hat backwards? That’s so unprofessional. Black, wearing a hat backwards and having visible tattoos is three strikes and Mr. Kaepernick, you’re out. When Stafford, Roethlisberger, Rodgers, Romo and Brady wear their hat backwards, it’s ironic, obviously.

4. Kaepernick is most dangerous when he scrambles. He shredded the Packers for 181 yards on the ground in a 2013 playoff game, carved up the Seahawks for 130 in a playoff game last season, and he’s dominant in the read option. NFL purists hate running QBs except for Steve Young.

5. Kaepernick wears socks that are called “Make it Rain.” Dude, do you really want your socks to give off a strip club vibe? Is that something Joe Flacco would wear?

6. The 49ers QB kisses his biceps sometimes after scoring. The ego on this kid. Usually, Andrew Luck hands the ball to the referee.

Colin Kaepernick against Jacksonville-b

7. So what if Kaepernick has reached two straight NFC Championship games? Zero Super Bowl rings and it’s all about the ringsssss.

8. NOT CLUTCH. In 2014: Three fourth-quarter turnovers vs. Seattle in the NFC Championship game, including an interception in the end zone in the final minute. In 2013: Couldn’t complete a 4th down pass inside the 10-yard line in the final minute of the Super Bowl. Spare me the regular season wins, or the playoff road win over the Packers in 2014. Are we certain Kaepernick is ready for the blinding lights of crunch time?

9. Colin Kaepernick has a big nose, which led one hack to call him “Schnozz.” I didn’t look, but I’m sure the Digital Underground jokes were flying on twitter minutes after Kaepernick’s record-setting contract extension.

10. Kaepernick had the gall to wear a Dolphins hat once at a party. Big mistake. Huge mistake. Would Joe Montana have ever worn a Houston Oilers hat? No way.

11. He mocked Cam Newton’s Superman celebration, in a playoff game, in Carolina. What a dick.

Colin Kaepernick touchdown with a Superman Cam Newton mock-a

12. Kaepernick shills for Beats. Sure, the young kids like Beats and the “I’m the Man” commercial, and Apple just bought them, making Dr. Dre a billionaire, but NFL fans prefer their QBs to sell more vanilla products. Like Wranglers, Uggs or Buicks.

And all these reasons were before he started kneeling during the national anthem!

Never in the history of the NFL has the attendance and game viewership been so low. All because of a man who decided that instead of using his strength of running the ball he wanted to throw it because it requires less work and effort on his behalf. Congratulations “Social Justice Warriors!”

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BOMBSHELL! Congress ‘ROCKED’ By NEW MAJOR Scandal Announcement

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Now this is what we can call “Draining the Swamp”

An investigative reporter, Luke Rosiak, who works at The Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) has now announced that Congress’ human resources scandal is about to break wide-open and had made the prediction that over a dozen members of the House of Representatives will be forced to resign in the coming days.

He followed his initial tweet with this new one:

In addition to this breaking news early last week Rosiak also broke the story that Democrat Congressman from New York Gregory Meeks was part of a settlement deal with one of his former congressional aides which he had fired after she reported being sexually assaulted at the business of a major campaign donor.

The first congressmen to go down in this #metoo movement for sexual misconduct was Michigan Democrat Congressman John Conyers, Conyers resigned after accusations against him started to gain momentum and multiple women came forward. Senator Al Franken was also accused of sexual assault by multiple women to which there is even a picture of him groping a sleeping model on a plane. Has said he would resign but has given no timeframe as to when this will be happening.

The Hill Reports:

Congress owes taxpayers answers about its harassment ‘shush’ fund

Since when are members of Congress and their staffs accused of sexual harassment allowed to hush up and pay off their accusers from a secret “shush” fund full of taxpayer dollars? Since 1995, it turns out.

Congress, we all know, chooses to exempt itself from many of the same laws it foists on the rest of us. It’s a grievance I hear regularly during my travels around the country, as grassroots activists complain about this law or that regulation. “If only Congress had to live under the same laws we do, they’d get it, and they’d change it” is a common refrain.

For years, for instance, I’ve been speaking out about the illegal special exemption of Congress from ObamaCare, which allows members and staff to avoid the financial burdens they imposed on us when they passed that terrible law. If only they had to live under the law the same way the rest of us do, without benefit of taxpayer dollars to subsidize their premiums purchased fraudulently on the D.C. small business exchange, they might be more incentivized to repeal that law.
But until recently, I did not know about the “shush fund” of Congress, a fund managed by the “Office of Compliance,” which itself was created following the 1995 enactment of the Congressional Accountability Act (CAA), the first law enacted by the first Republican House in four decades.

Ironically, the CAA was a serious attempt to bring Congress under many labor laws from which it had previously exempted itself. In fact, under the CAA, Congress applied 12 different labor laws to itself for the first time, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Federal Service Labor Management Relations Statute, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, among others.

The CAA sought to make changes in how Congress dealt with charges of sexual harassment against its members and staff, too. Prior to enactment of the law, a victim of sexual harassment by a member of Congress had virtually no legal recourse at all. With whom would such a victim lodge a complaint or seek redress?

So the CAA created the “Office of Compliance” to deal with such issues. Complainants begin the dispute resolution process with a mandatory (yes, really) course of counseling that can last up to 30 days. Only after completing the compulsory counseling may a complainant pursue mediation. That, too, can last up to 30 days. If mediation fails to resolve the issue to the complainant’s satisfaction, she or he can then go to an administrative hearing, or file a federal lawsuit.

Here’s the kicker: If the dispute is resolved in favor of the complainant (read: victim), funds for the settlement don’t come out of the offender’s personal bank account, or his or her campaign account. Instead, they come out of a secret account maintained by the Office of Compliance. It is so secret, in fact, that taxpayers don’t even know they are funding it.

According to the Washington Post, there were 235 complainants received compensation totaling $15.2 million between 1997 and 2014. That’s more than one settlement per month for 17 years and nearly $1 million per year. We, the taxpayers, have no idea on whose behalf we’ve been paying to settle these sexual harassment claims. That’s wrong.

Now, in defense of Congress, the reasoning behind this rather convoluted dispute resolution process was that there could be scurrilous political operatives trying to game the system to target political opponents with potentially career-ending sexual harassment claims. That is a reasonable concern. But in the process of establishing protections for its members, Congress inadvertently institutionalized a cover-up culture, in which the supreme end goal is to get the alleged victims to go away quietly.

The “resolution” system is unfairly rigged to protect the careers of politicians, not to protect vulnerable staffers. That the counseling sessions are mandatory reveals that the objective has little to do with helping the alleged victim, but is instead simply aimed at dissuading the alleged victim from proceeding with a complaint. Leave it to Congress to find a way to insert layers of bureaucracy and paperwork into this “resolution” process.

Various proposals are floating around the Congress now that would require mandatory sexual harassment training for members of Congress and their staffs. That’s a fine idea, and I’m all for it. But those legislative proposals should make another change to the sexual harassment dispute resolution mechanism, too.

We, the taxpayers who have been paying for more than two decades to quietly settle literally hundreds of sexual harassment claims against members of Congress and their staffs, have a right to know which members and staffers have made use of the hush money over the years. Going forward, taxpayers should have knowledge about how that fund is used.

If Congress wants to get serious about its apparent culture of abuse, it will need to address its cover-up culture. Shush funds may serve the immediate purpose of getting alleged victims to go away, but they do little to stem the tide of sexual harassment. What Congress needs — and American taxpayers deserve — is more transparency.

How dare the United States Congress use our hard earned money to shut up their own indiscretions? We as a people, especially those in the middle class, struggle enough to keep our heads above water to have politicians stealing from us to pay off women they have sexually assaulted because they are a bunch of elitist unevolved cave dwellers who can’t seem to keep it in their pants. In any other society, citizens would be gathering with pitchforks outside of the capitol building by now.

We need government accountability and we need it fast. Congressmen are there to serve us, not the other way around.

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BREAKING News Out Of Virginia… Jury Gives Illegal Alien Special Treatment – THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS!!!

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Say what?

A jury in the newly minted blue state of Virginia saw itself forced to convict a maid for felony grand larceny after she stole $5,000 worth of rings from the home she cleaned. But since they felt bad for the pregnant 19-year-old they all did something truly unthinkable and downright foolish. The Jury foreman, Jeffery Memmott, in a statement, said all the jurors pooled together the $80 so that Sandra Mendez Ortega could pay the $60 fine and go free. Ortega is pregnant with her second child.

But on top of this whole act being outrageous, it gets even worse when you look the other side of the coin.

Of course, Lisa Copeland, who is the accuser is outraged. In a statement, she said she prayed that none of the jurors are ever in my shoes She also added that Ortega never accepted responsibility for the theft nor did she ever apologize, if she had accepted responsibility she would have no issue with this, but since she never did it’s not a good thing and since the maid makes $60 a day she is now $20 richer since the jury gave her $80 to pay her $60 fine.

Now lets sum this whole mess up shall we?

An illegal breaks the law by sneaking into our country to procreate and work for peanuts while sponging off the already overburdened taxpayers and Lisa Copeman is surprised that she stole from her? Copeman was too cheap to get a real cleaning company who is bonded and insured so she decided to employ someone whom she didn’t know to clean her house. And at the same time, the jury fell for the sob story this illegal criminal told them.

Maybe next time Ortega is in court she’ll be pregnant with her 6th anchor baby! When people in Latin America refer to us Americans as “Gringos Estupidos,” they might have a point.

Investor’s Business Daily Reports:

Sorry, But Illegal Aliens Cost The U.S. Plenty

Immigration: A center-left think tank has hailed new findings showing that illegal immigrants contribute $11.6 billion in state and local taxes nationwide. But that report really shows how little they pay compared to the rest of us.

If there’s any doubt America is importing poverty, take a look at a new study this week from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy, which touts the $11.6 billion illegals pay in taxes to state and local coffers. This isn’t federal or payroll taxes, just cash paid through sales taxes, property taxes and city and state fees.

“Data show undocumented immigrants greatly contribute to our nation’s economy, not just in labor but also with tax dollars,” ITEP state tax policy director Meg Wiehe said in a statement. “With immigration policy playing a key role in state and national debates, accurate information about the tax contributions of undocumented immigrants is needed now more than ever.”

We couldn’t agree more. So let’s take a look at some actual accurate information:

With an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the U.S., that $11.6 billion comes to about $1,050 per person, which The Latin Post hails as “lots of taxes.” In fact, it’s less than the average paid by citizens in even the lowest-tax states, such as Tennessee, where the average per capita state and local tax burden is $2,805, not to mention high tax areas, like Washington, D.C., where the figure is $7,540, according to data from the Tax Foundation. Media reports point out that illegals pay about 8% of their incomes in state and local taxes, compared with 5.4% for “the 1%,” but ignore that average taxpayers, based on the Tax Foundation data, pay an average of 9.48%.

Well, sure, you might say, but once illegals get amnesty, they will contribute similar amounts as the rest of us, right? Actually, no.

Illegals have far less education than average Americans and correspondingly lower base incomes. Based on another study reported this week from two other center-left think tanks, if the U.S. handed out work permits, through a program such as Deferred Action For Parents Of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA), it would add only 10% to illegals’ incomes — meaning, an additional $3,000 per capita, which would then see a small slice taken as state and local taxes, for a grand total of just $805 million to the government. It still wouldn’t approach the average Tennessee local tax rates, cited above.

Illegal immigrants in fact absorb far more in benefits than they contribute. The Heritage Foundation in 2013 found that illegals contribute an average of $10,000 in total taxes (federal and payroll as well as local taxes) but use almost $24,000 in welfare and services, creating a net $14,000 per capita gain per illegal worker.

With benefits like that — and a president determined to shower even more on them — it’s little wonder the world’s impoverished feel the red carpet is out for them to come here illegally.

Steven A. Camarota, director of research at the Center for Immigration Studies, said Heritage understates actual welfare use by illegals by its use of the federal government’s Current Population Survey. “In a more recent study where I looked at welfare use only (not taxes or other expense) using the much more accurate Survey of Income and Program Participation, I found that 62% of households headed by illegal immigrants used at least one major welfare program,” Camarota told IBD via email.

“Bottom line, illegal immigrants have a 10th grade education on average,” he said. “In the modern American economy people with that level of education tend to make modest wages and as result pay relatively little in taxes, at the same time they tend to use a lot in public services, regardless of legal status. In the case of illegals, they often receive benefits on behalf of their U.S.-born children. If you had to put it in a bumper sticker it would be: ‘there is a high cost to cheap labor.’ “

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