HuffPo Jew Writes Unintentionally Ridiculous Defense of Fellow Jew Degenerate Senator Al Franken

LEEANN TWEEDEN IN BIKINI …

AND WITH SENATOR AL FRANKEN PLAYING GRAB BOOBS.

BIKINI SHOT SUGGESTS FAKES.

HuffPo Contributor (((David Fagin))) must be nuts or be a satirist.

His defense of United States Senator (((Al Franken))), who’s admitted the accusations of sexual harassment brought against him, is bizarre.

Only a Yid could write this sort of trashy nonsense.

I’m guessing that HuffPo will remove this, it’s so insane, so I’m posting the entire hatchet job on Leeann Tweeden and Melanie Morgan.

Huffington Post

The Framing of Al Franken by Two Trump Supporters; and the Dems Are Playing Right Along

Isn’t it amazing how, right about now, when Mueller’s team is just starting to bear fruit, and Pence and Don Jr. are being outed day by day, and Sessions is proved to be a flat-out liar, and Trump can’t seem to keep track of the mass shootings, and the Dems take Virginia and Oklahoma, and a couple of hundred thousand gallons of oil poor into South Dakota streams, and that low-life Moore is turning out to be one step short of a serial killer, suddenly, out of nowhere, one of the most outspoken critics of the GOP is accused of sexual assault? By two Trump supporters, no less?

CONSERVATIVE BLOGGER MELANIE MORGAN.

I’m sorry. But something is rotten in Denmark. Two Trump supporting, right-wing zealots come forward with bottom of the barrel accusations directed at Senator Franken, and no one, not even the Dems, cries foul? No one takes a minute to step and say, “Wait a minute, here”?

That first paragraph packs more lies, omissions, and distortions than any ten normal Jews could come up with. The title too. You can’t be said to be framed when you admit to doing what they said you did.

An oil spill in South Dakota? I guess Trump did that. But don’t forget the millions of barrels of oil that spilled into the Gulf of Mexico when Obama was president.

Roy Moore compared to a serial killer for flirting? Come now, muh Jew. Are you really that nuts?

Actually, he must be because he goes on to demonize the two women who attributed some obnoxious sexual behavior to Senator Al Franken, a liberal Democrat.

In the Democrat world, liberals don’t ever do anything wrong. Like Bill Clinton, for example.

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Hillary voters turn on Bill Clinton

THEY WANTED IT …

THEY DIDN’T.

The drawback to the current moral panic over men sexually harassing women, or in the case of Bill Clinton, allegedly raping them, is that it likely encourages false allegations by publicity hounds of exaggerated ones by sincere women who want people to feel sorry for them.

For the moment at least, the heat is on Bill Clinton rather than Roy Moore, the poster boy du jour for alleged naughty behavior.

Washington Times

A majority of Hillary Clinton voters say the sexual misconduct accusations against Bill Clinton are “credible,” according to a new poll.

The Huffington Post/YouGov survey released on Wednesday found 53 percent of those who voted for the former first lady believe the allegations against her husband have merit. Eleven percent say the accusations are “not credible,” and 36 percent are not sure or need more information.

Among President Trump’s base, 84 percent say the accusations against Mr. Clinton are valid, while 4 percent say they are not.

Overall, 57 percent of the country say the accusations against the 42nd president are credible, compared to 8 percent who say they are not.

The poll does not single out a specific accusation against Mr. Clinton for scrutiny. It merely asks participants whether these “assertions generally are credible or are not credible?”

Overall, 57 percent of the country say the accusations against the 42nd president are credible, compared to 8 percent who say they are not.

The poll does not single out a specific accusation against Mr. Clinton for scrutiny. It merely asks participants whether these “assertions generally are credible or are not credible?”

Juanita Broaddrick accused Mr. Clinton of raping her in 1978.

Kathleen Willey, a former White House aide, said Mr. Clinton groped her in his office in 1993. Mr. Clinton has denied both of those allegations.

Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee, asserted that while Mr. Clinton was governor in 1991, he propositioned her for sex and exposed himself. The former president settled a lawsuit with Ms. Jones in 1998 for $850,000 with no admission of guilt.

Several women have also accused Mr. Clinton of engaging in extramarital affairs―most notably Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern at the center of the effort to impeach Mr. Clinton for perjury.

The poll comes as several prominent Democrats have come to acknowledge Mr. Clinton’s transgressions in the wake of the allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

MSNBC host Chris Hayes tweeted on Friday: “As gross and cynical and hypocritical as the right’s ‘what about Bill Clinton‘ stuff is, it’s also true that Democrats and the center left are overdue for a real reckoning with the allegations against him.”

Whether one believes allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr. Trump, however, is still largely dependent on politics.

Eighty-three percent of Hillary voters say the sex allegations against Mr. Trump are “credible,” compared to 6 percent of Trump voters who say the same.

A similar split exists when it comes to former Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly, who was ousted from the network earlier this year amid reports that he racked up millions of dollars to settle sexual harassment lawsuits. Just 18 percent of Trump voters said those allegations have merit, compared to 76 percent of Hillary voters.

Both sides agree that the accusations against Mr. Weinstein are credible. Eighty-one percent of Hillary voters and 74 percent of Trump voters say the wide-ranging allegations against the Hollywood producer are believable.

The Huffington Post/YouGov poll surveyed 1,000 respondents from Oct. 27 to 28. It has a margin of error of 3.8 percent.

Maybe both Democrats and Republicans can come together to make sure (((Harvey))) is put on trial for the alleged rape he committed.

I wonder if all those women teachers who have sex with their students will learn a lesson from all this?

Nah!

Loyal Steve Bannon Sticking by Roy Moore

You can tell by the stories that so-called conservative Matt Drudge dislikes Roy Moore.

Drudge, both a sodomite and a Jew, may be a news aggregate website, but he decides which stories go on top of his site. The stories he’s put up have been quite negative toward Roy.

I speculate that Drudge doesn’t like anyone who’s opposed to faggotry.

This story represents a nice bit of good news for Roy.

There’s so much Roy Moore news that I’m breaking it up into multiple posts. This one focuses on the loyalty that Steve Bannon is showing toward Roy.

Bannon has his faults, but even staying loyal this long has been an act of courage by Steve. I hope he can resist the pressure to abandon Roy.

Washington Examiner

Steve Bannon is standing by Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican Senate nominee he backed in the primary earlier this year, even as the rest of the party rushes to cut ties amid a growing wave of sexual misconduct allegations against the candidate.

The former White House chief strategist has not changed his plans to campaign on Moore’s behalf and to back similarly provocative candidates in GOP primary races across the country next year, sources close to Bannon say.

Bannon also continues to believe Moore’s denials that he pursued romantic relationships with minors, and is “still with him” despite the collapse of Moore’s support nationally, a person close to Bannon told the Washington Examiner on Wednesday.

Those sources disputed a story by The Daily Beast that described Bannon as having “second thoughts about Roy Moore.”

“[The] Daily Beast clearly didn’t talk to anyone who knows Steve,” said one Bannon ally.

Bannon is slated to appear at a rally for Moore on Dec. 5, one week before Alabama voters will head to the ballot box to determine the fate of the former state supreme court justice.

But Bannon’s position is threatening to undermine his credibility as the leader of an insurgent movement heading into 2018. He cast Moore’s primary victory over incumbent Republican Sen. Luther Strange as the start of “a revolution” for America’s anti-establishment crowd, and is hoping to replicate that in other states around the country.

Those plans are at risk now, however, after one woman accused Moore of pursuing a sexual relationship with her when she was just 14, and three others said he sought to date them when they were in high school and he was in his 30s. A fifth woman, who came forward Monday, claimed Moore sexually abused her when she was barely of legal driving age.

The mounting allegations have devastated Moore’s campaign: He was cut off from the Republican National Committee on Tuesday, days after being ditched by the party’s Senate campaign arm. Numerous senators, including Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, have called for his withdrawal from the race. And one of his greatest allies in the media, Fox News host Sean Hannity, gave him “24 hours” late Tuesday to disprove his accusers with “satisfactory” evidence or “get out of this race.”

Bannon has stood by Moore through it all, leading a revolt unlike that which he probably imagined as he celebrated the former judge’s triumph on Sept. 26. Some Republicans are saying Bannon’s unwillingness to ditch Moore will likely hurt him among many Republicans.

“Whatever credibility Bannon originally had is disappearing rapidly,” a longtime GOP operative told the Washington Examiner on Wednesday morning, hours after a source close to Bannon said “Steve is behind [Moore] 1,000 percent.”

Loyalty can’t be bought. If Steve shows up for the Roy Moore rally on December 5, what a giant F U to the Republican establishment.

I’m really liking this meme tonight:

Two More Women Step Forward to Accuse Roy Moore of Evil, Satanic FLIRTING

TINA JOHNSON, ACCUSER DU JOUR.

There were several new developments in the Roy Moore saga today, which I’m breaking down into several posts.

The handful of women accusers seem to have been indoctrinated into the Jewish cult of radical feminism, which claims that all normal interactions between virile men and attractive women are vile, disgusting oppression of women by the evil patriarchy.

Slate

Another two women came forward Wednesday with personal stories detailing misconduct by Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. The story published on AL.com comes a day after a lawyer for Moore and his wife served the local Alabama news outlet with a threatening legal notice warning it to abandon its reporting on the former chief justice of the state Supreme Court. The notice was likely an attempt to intimidate the news outlet. It did not appear to work.

Kelly Harrison Thorp described meeting Moore in 1982 when she was working at the Red Lobster in Moore’s hometown of Gadsden, Alabama. Moore was in his early thirties at the time and the deputy district attorney for the county. Thorp was a 17-year-old high school senior. Moore came into the Gadsden Red Lobster one day when Thorp was working and she recognized the man who, as a war veteran and lawyer, cut a powerful figure over the small town in northern Alabama.

Thorp says Moore asked her out on a date. “I just kind of said, ‘Do you know how old I am?'” Thorp told AL.com. “And he said, ‘Yeah. I go out with girls your age all the time.'” Thorp says she rebuffed Moore, telling him she had a boyfriend before walking away.

Ah, the old “I have a boyfriend” line. What man hasn’t heard that one!

The girl is obviously suffering from the prejudice known as “ageism.” From the point of view of this older man, ageism is worse than racism.

Ageism is illogical and self-defeating. Racism is a powerful self-preservation instinct.

Besides, who knew that a male asking a female for a date once would disqualify that man from serving in the United States Senate.

Crazy, huh?

Tina Johnson, on the other hand, was not a teenager when she encountered Moore at his local law office in 1991. At 28 years old, Johnson was dealing with the fallout of a broken marriage headed for divorce while raising three kids. Without a job, Johnson was at Moore’s office to sign over custody of her 12-year-old son to the boy’s grandmother, her mother, with whom he had been living. Johnson’s mother had hired Moore, then a lawyer and married, to help with the custody petition. From AL.com:

So Roy finds older women attractive. Is that where this is going?

Pedophiles do not find older women attractive. So, I guess Roy is or isn’t a pedo???

I’m confused. (Not really).

Almost from the moment she walked in to Moore’s office, Johnson said, Moore began flirting with her. “He kept commenting on my looks, telling me how pretty I was, how nice I looked,” recalled Johnson. “He was saying that my eyes were beautiful.” It made her uncomfortable. “I was thinking, can we hurry up and get out of here?”
At one point during the meeting, she said, Moore came around the desk and sat on the front of it, just inches from her. He was so close, she said, she could smell his breath. According to Johnson, he asked questions about her young daughters, including what color eyes they had and if they were as pretty as she was. She said that made her feel uncomfortable, too.

Once the papers were signed, she and her mother got up to leave. After her mother walked through the door first, she said, Moore came up behind her. It was at that point, she recalled, he grabbed her buttocks. “He didn’t pinch it; he grabbed it,” said Johnson. She was so surprised she didn’t say anything. She didn’t tell her mother.

Both women say they told family members after the incidents, although Johnson said she didn’t tell her sister until years after the event. Thorp said she didn’t make public her experience earlier because she didn’t feel like she’d be believed, particularly as Moore ascended to the pinnacle of legal power in the state. Johnson, who is now handicapped, said she came forward out of a sense of solidarity with the other women, a sense of moral outrage, and something else. “It’s because somebody asked,” she said. “If anybody had asked, we would have told it. No one asked.”

Once a flirt, always a flirt. We had plenty of married women at the university among the staff who flirted like crazy. Everyone understood it meant nothing for the most part.

The part of this story that I don’t find credible is the part about Roy playing grab ass with the lady.

Even the flirting part seems over the top. Roy is alleged to be flirting with the woman’s mother also in the office. Nope, doesn’t make sense.

This entire story is ridiculous on the face of it at this point. These women are being used by the establishment to smear a fellow in order to keep him out of Washington, where there’s a ray of hope that the swamp can be drained at least a little.

Stay Strong, Alabama! Roy Moore Still Ahead in Polls

At least one liberal was triggered this morning:

Hannity Gives Roy Moore 24 Hours to Explain or Drop Out

Roy Moore’s future looks exceedingly dim today as Sean Hannity’s ultimatum smells very much like a withdrawal of support from the politically incorrect judge.

I speculate that Hannity’s move is partly an effort to save his own job. He took an awful lot of abuse for his common sense defense of Roy on Friday.

But that seems like a million years ago.

Besides Hannity’s challenge to the judge, Politico reports that the Republican National Committee (RNC) has cut off his funding.

As is too often the case, Republican cucks would rather see a liberal Democrat in the Senate than stand up and fight.

Politico

Fox News host Sean Hannity walked back Tuesday night his original remarks insinuating that the five women accusing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual assault when they were teenagers might be lying.

“For me, the judge has 24 hours,” Hannity said. “You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies that I just showed.”

Hannity’s break with his original comments follows a cascade of Republican figures distancing themselves from the GOP candidate, including the Republican National Committee.

Hannity on Friday defended Moore after an interview where he stopped short of flatly denying allegations that he sexually assaulted teen girls when he was the Etowah County district attorney. “How do you know if it’s true? How do we — what’s true? What’s not true? How do you ascertain the truth? What happens when it’s 38 years later?” Hannity asked.

When asked in that interview if he ever dated teen girls, Moore replied, “Not generally, no.”

On Tuesday, Hannity altered his position.

“Between this interview that I did and the inconsistent answers. Between him saying ‘I never knew this girl,’ and then that yearbook comes out,” Hannity said. “You must remove any doubt. If you can’t do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race.”

Hannity was referring to the disclosure of the 1977 high school yearbook of Brenda Young Nelson, the fifth woman to come forward accusing Moore of sexual assault. Despite Moore’s insistence that he does not know Nelson, her yearbook displays his signature; Nelson showed it during a press conference Monday in New York City with attorney Gloria Allred.

On Monday, Moore freshly denied the allegations, calling them “absolutely false” and a “political maneuver.”

Of the five women who have come forth, Leigh Corfman was the youngest at the time he says Moore pursued her, age 14.

Hannity’s defense of Moore spiraled into a bizarre feud with Keurig, the coffee machine company, which dropped their ads from the Hannity program after his Friday defense of Moore. The company sent a tweet Saturday announcing that it would be pulling its ads from Hannity’s show. But after videos and images of Hannity supporters destroying Keurig machines went viral, Keurig Chief Executive Bob Gamgort wrote an internal email apologizing for the manner in which it announced its decision and for appearing to “take sides.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has said he believes Moore should step out of the race. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who formerly held the Senate seat, said Monday during a hearing with the House Judiciary Committee that he has no reason not to believe Moore’s accusers. President Donald Trump has yet to make a statement on the matter.

As the pressure on Roy has mounted, he turned to a familiar venue: church.

Excerpt from ABC News

At the “God Save America Revival Conference” at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Jackson, Alabama on Tuesday night, embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore addressed a loyal crowd and made little mention of his sexual assault scandal.

“Obviously I’ve made a few people mad. I’m the only one who can unite Democrats and Republicans because I seem to be opposed by both,” said Moore. “They’ve spent over $30 million to try to take me out, they’ve done everything they could, and now they’re together to try to keep me from going to Washington.”

Moore was met by applause when he walked into the church, with his wife Kayla at his side. He spoke following almost an hour of preaching and songs from a youth choir.

“Today you find out that people would rather hear criticisms of a person than look at what he’s done for 20 to 30 to 40 years,” said Moore.

Steve Bannon, who helped Roy defeat Luther Strange in the Republican primary, is another loser in this mess. Bannon’s efforts to propel Roy into the Senate look like a waste of time at this point.

Fake News: Roy Moore Was Banned from Alabama Mall for Trying to “Pick up” Teenage Girls

ROY MOORE AND 12 YEARS YOUNGER WIFE. DOES AGE MATTER?

The phrase “pick up” has sordid connotations. It’s the kind of phrase a propagandist would use in place of the more benign word “meet.”

At 1979 or thereabouts, at age 32 Roy Moore had spent his 20s making something of himself. He was unmarried but wanted to find a wife, which he soon did.

In Alabama in that era, it was common for girls to marry in their late teens. It was also common for them to marry men 8 to 15 years older than themselves.

Most women in their 20s were already married. Thus, Roy Moore did the logical thing. He tried to meet unmarried girls, most of whom would have been in their late teens at the time.

A mall is a hell of a lot better place to meet young women than a bar. Especially if you’re a Christian man.

The New Puritans, as Paul Joseph Watson calls them, hate men, traditional marriage and the family. I’ve heard the term “creepy” used over and over to describe Roy’s search for a girl who might be willing to marry a successful young lawyer.

That word “creepy” to describe normal male heterosexuality while faggotry is glamorized and glorified ENRAGES ME.

The odds of finding sluts or prostitutes in a mall on the weekend would be very low. If you’re looking to “pick up” a slut, you go to a bar.

Let’s see what the story is on Roy’s allegedly being banned from his local mall for “creepy” behavior.

Excerpt from Bustle

Another accusation has been added to the growing list of sexual misconduct allegations against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore (all of which he strongly denies). Most recently,The New Yorker published an exposé on Monday claiming that Moore was once supposedly banned from the mall in his hometown of Gadsden, Alabama after allegedly preying on teenagers. However, some former mall employees have said they don’t remember his name ever being on the ban list.

According to the allegations, Moore would allegedly walk around the mall trying to “pick up” young girls. Some said that he had been “run off” from certain stores for his behavior; most said he’d been banned from the mall itself. One police officer alleged, “The general knowledge at the time when I moved here was that this guy is a lawyer cruising the mall for high-school dates.” At the time, Moore was a lawyer in his 30s. He’s called allegations of sexual misconduct “completely false.”

The New Yorker’s Charles Bethea spoke to many Gadsden locals, including police officers, legal officials, and former mall visitors and employees. One employee, who was a bar worker at the time, claimed to Bethea that Moore was reportedly banned from at least 1979 to 1981. He said that he had been supposedly warned by his boss and a police officer to be on the lookout for Moore.

Some Gadsden Mall officials did not remember Moore being denied access to the building, but did tell Bethea that a ban list exists and existed. One security guard said, “We still have an active ban list,” but in reference to whether it might include Moore’s name, clarified, “It doesn’t go back that far.” Someone who helped manage the mall for a period beginning in the late ’80s confirmed that a ban list was in operation at the time, but didn’t remember Moore’s name being on it. Another former manager, who started his tenure in 1981 — and is a personal friend of Moore’s — suggested that all of the recent allegations against Moore are false and created for political reasons.

Feminists celebrate “cougars,” older women slutting around with their boy toys, while condemning men who prefer younger women.

Hypocrisy?

Much.

COUGARS SHARE A BOY TOY. CELEBRATED AS LIBERATION.