Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
I am not taking up for anyone except with all of the corruption in politics – I want proof – especially, people who wait 40 years to report a rape or assault tell me they are being paid off.
To begin with – when democrat politics are involved – buyer beware – because the name of their game is – WIN AT ALL COSTS. And sex is always a winner for them because of the background of Bill and Hillary Clinton, a sorry lot. Just think of our present government situation with Hillary Clinton, Obama, FBI, and the DOJ and the lying and corruption.
When I read this I immediately thought about the young men in college who were accused and immediately found guilty by the public and in the end found “not guilty.”
Sometimes we are too quick to judge people and ruin their lives and Democrats are very good at using the “sexual assault” game to win.
Where was all of the proof for all of the people accused?
This is a good example:
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — The woman who falsely accused three Duke University lacrosse players of rape was convicted of second-degree murder Friday in the stabbing death of her boyfriend.
See what I mean!
My radio alarm woke me the other day to a female voice from the BBC saying something like this: “Women must be believed, and men….” I turned off the alarm but dressed asking myself, “Did she mean that any woman who makes a charge against a man must be believed?”
Since then, while fully awake, I’ve heard activists say just that. A woman who says a man sexually harassed her, must be heard. She must be believed.
Been there, done that, got the T-shirt
Haven’t we heard this before? Well, if you are old enough to remember the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings, you have indeed. When Anita Hill accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, many voices on the left said, “Women don’t make this kind of thing up.”
But later, when Paula Jones accused President Clinton of sexual harassment, that all changed. Paula Jones became “white trash”. Juanita Broaddrick and…
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