The political landscape in Washington is littered with the carcasses of the political aspirations of many a disgraced politician. Scandals, especially sex scandals, are some of the worst PR that a politician can get, and everyone knows it. That’s why it’s a tactic commonly used by the opposition of anyone that is sustainable to such an allegation (which is almost everyone) and sadly not always true.
It didn’t take long after President Trump arrived on the political scene for the rumors to start flying, aided, in part, by the fact that the President had a very public affair decades ago, and has been married 3 times. The self-same people who are all about the freedom of consenting adults to do what whatever they wish, with whomever they wish, jumped on the prudish bandwagon post haste.
President Trump survived the allegations of scandal, with the only thing anyone ever proved that he did wrong was some less than polite talk caught on tape by a reporter. While those comments might not be what you’d want to hear in mixed company, it was hardly on par with scandals that have gotten far less attention. The point to this being that the American people heard the accusers out, and decided to elect him anyway, however that’s just not enough.
Red State is now reporting that the accusers have organized and are out for their pound of flesh, despite their lack of evidence, and vague references to incidents that happened a fuzzy amount of time ago. And if that’s not enough to make you doubt the political hit that’s been called out on the President, we’ve discovered that these women are being funded by some pretty scary people to come forward with their stories.
The piece outlines that these women, from all sorts of backgrounds, with varying stories, are all being brought together by a 501(c)(3) organization called Brave New Films. This is a company that creates documentary videos. If you’re wondering what types of films this company has put out, here’s a list, brought to you by Red State:
“Stand Up, Senate! The President-elect is a hypocrite.
Protect Public Education – Stop Betsy DeVos!
Indivisible: A Practical Guide For Resisting The Trump Agenda
GETTING DONALD TRUMP OFF NBC’S SNL
They claim to be non-partisan, but it doesn’t really sound that way, does it?”
It appears that the group responsible for the coordination of President Trump’s character assassins is far from impartial. And it’s understandable that those who don’t like someone, especially a politician might look for something that would tarnish his reputation. But that leads us to the question; what people are behind this? The organization has got to be organized by someone.
“One of Brave New Films’ donors is Open Society Foundations, a leftist organization whose founder and chairman is George Soros, who has given “over $32 billion to fund the Open Society Foundations, which work in over 100 countries around the world.”
The things they’re alleging came before Brave New Films got ahold of them, however.
And they were called liars long before this Soros connection to the documentary makers was uncovered.”
So what is it exactly that these women want? Their timing seems to be very convenient, considering that it corresponded quite perfectly with the President once again calling on the American people to trust his endorsement of Senatorial candidate Roy Moore, who was also accused of some of the same things. It also appears to be the next wave of attack, after the Russia collusion story stopped sticking after a year of beating the same dead horse.
The Guardian reports that the woman only wants one thing, the same thing the left always wants; another investigation into President Trump:
A group of women who have accused Donald Trump of sexually inappropriate behavior on Monday demanded that Congress open an investigation.
The women, Samantha Holvey, Rachel Crooks and Jessica Leeds, first came forward during the 2016 presidential election. Crooks and Leeds have accused Trump of unwanted kissing and groping. Holvey says Trump barged into a Miss USA dressing room while he was a part owner of the beauty pageant.
More than a dozen women have accused Trump of sexual assault and several more have accused him of sexually inappropriate behavior. Trump has denied all such claims and the White House has said all women making allegations against the president are lying.
‘Let’s try round two,’ Holvey said on Monday, appearing on NBC’s Today show with Megyn Kelly. ‘The environment’s different, let’s try again.’
Hours later, at a press conference at the Lexington Hotel in New York, Holvey said lawmakers should extend the same scrutiny to Trump they did to Al Franken, the Minnesota senator who faced an ethics investigation before he resigned his seat over claims of groping and unwanted kissing.”
No, the President shouldn’t be immune to investigation, and he’s proved that he’s not, time and again as the Democrats hurl scandal after scandal at him, trying to get something to tarnish his administration, and nothing sticks. These allegations are especially difficult to quantify, because of the vague nature of the stories being brought forward. While any unwanted advance is something that people should avoid at all costs, these accusers seem to be intentionally acting like they were assaulted when apparently, by their own accounts, if they’d said “no” it all would have ended.
“Now I have matured, I think I would say, ‘Woah, no,’ but at the time I was younger and I was a little shocked,” Huddy told compoundmedia.com. “I thought maybe he didn’t mean to do it, but I was kind of making excuses.”
Accusing someone of something so they lose because of past misconduct is just about the oldest trick in the book, but it’s still working. We as the voters have to pay attention and figure out whose story we can trust. These situations usually come down to money, so if we figure who stands to make the most money, we will probably get to the bottom of it. And with that in mind, let’s remember who is going to rise to stardom, and who is giving their salary away.
[H/T: Red State, The Guardian]
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