6 Times Dems Smeared Accusers
By Lorie Shaull via Wikimedia Commons
Democrats talk a good game about believing victims of sexual misconduct and speaking truth to power. However, history tells a different story. Throughout modern American politics, from John F. Kennedy to William Jefferson Clinton, they've shown a propensity – time and time again – to tear female accusers to shreds.
The hypocrisy is nothing short of appalling.
While you may remember some of the women on this list, others were effectively sidelined Democrat attack dogs, then for good measure besmirched by the ever-enabling mainstream media. They were relegated to the dustbin of history. Until now. Don't forget to share this list. It should raise powerful questions among anyone who isn't a left-wing ideologue.
1.) Karen Monahan
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Karen Monahan is Keith Elision's ex-girlfriend. She, briefly, received national media attention when she stepped forward to claim that the prominent congressman, currently running for Minnesota attorney general, abused her.
These physical and psychological beatings reportedly occurred throughout their three-year relationship.
News broke after Karen’s son posted to Facebook, saying that he had seen the tapes of Ellison beating his mother. Monahan has stated that she feels left behind by fellow Democrats because the party subsequently dismissed her – supposedly for the sake of political convenience.
2.) Juanita Broaddrick
Arguably the most famous victim of Bill Clinton, Juanita Broaddrick claims the then-gubernatorial candidate lured her to a hotel room before violently raping her in 1978. Juanita claims in addition to Bill's callousness, Hillary threatened her to stay silent.
NBC News interviewed her 20 years later but didn't release the footage until after President Clinton's impeachment.
Broaddrick's body has healed, but she still bears the psychological scars from the nightmarish experience.
3.) Judith Campbell
Judith Campbell claimed to have an affair with notorious womanizer John F. Kennedy for two years.
During his time in office, the largely male press corps gave the charismatic, young president a pass for his rampant indiscretions – some of which, may have crossed the line between immoral and illegal (like the time he pimped out a 19-year-old intern to his aide, Dave Powers) but this one arguably hurt the most because of Campbell’s connections to the American mafia. Kennedy loyalists ripped her to shreds for coming forward and daring to deconstruct the myth of Camelot.
4.) Leeann Tweeden
Leeann Tweeden is Al Franken's most famous accuser and briefly became a household name after a photograph of him groping her while she slept went public.
So-called progressives, eager to rehabilitate Franken's image, have shown no qualms about dragging Tweeden's name through the mud. Bill Maher appears to have made it a personal mission of his with the goal of getting Franken to defeat President Trump in 2020.
On a recent episode of his HBO show Real Time, Maher dismissed Tweeden as a “frequent Sean Hannity guest,” then further degraded her by saying that while the #MeToo movement was important “women had not completely lost their ability to lie in 2017.”
5.) John Conyers’ Denials
Disgraced, often-underwear clad former Congressman John Conyers successfully denied salacious accusations against him for a very long time. In part, he had his congressional allies to thank, for their willingness to slander his female accusers in the most egregious ways.
By 2017, in the wake of revelations that Conyers used taxpayer dollars to settle his own sexual harassment lawsuits, the writing was on the wall for the 89-year-old lawmaker. No more denials would save him. On December 5, the ailing congressman announced his resignation – effective immediately.
6.) Ruben Kihuen’s Non-Apology Apology
Thirst is the worst. Apparently, Rep. Ruben Kihuen never learned that from the ladies.
One of his staffers, a 25-year-old female, quit after Kihuen repeatedly touched her and incessantly tried to solicit sex and “dates” in a vicious, pathetic cycle with no end in sight. After consulting with her friends and co-workers at the DNC, Kihuen's colleagues brought her complaints to the congressman who dismissively told his victim that he was sorry if she felt bad about anything he said.
Then on December 13, 2017, another woman came forward to accuse Kihuen of sexual misconduct. Allegedly, the representative forcibly touched her thighs and buttocks, in addition to sending hundreds of sexually suggestive text messages.
Despite the mounting evidence of creepiness, Kihuen refused to resign. Instead, the first "Dreamer" elected to Congress opted not to run for re-election.
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