Democratic Party Plagued By Scandals
November was a difficult month for the Democrats, with all the scandals erupting in Washington D.C. seeming to happen all at once.
Senator Al Franken is being investigated for a photo of him groping radio host and model Leeann Tweeden as she slept on a USO tour in Afghanistan. Then, there’s Hillary Clinton and the Russian Uranium One deal with Russia. Clinton has since tried to go on the offensive and attack President Trump’s election win.
At this point, it’s almost hard to keep up with all the scandals — so here’s a full breakdown of all of them (so far…)
More Headaches for Bill and Hillary
Not surprisingly, this latest bout of sex scandals are dredging up Bill Clinton’s past sexual misconduct with Monica Lewinsky. Back in the 1990s and again in the 2016 election, feminists were quick to dismiss the allegations against Bill Clinton even though many came forward claiming he made unwanted sexual advances towards them. Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, and Juanita Broaddrick were attacked by the liberal media as a result.
Why Are the Democrats Going After the Clintons Now?
Now, Democrat Senator Gillabrand states that Bill Clinton should have resigned when the Monica Lewinsky scandal erupted. But, seeing that the Clintons are on the way out, is this simply a way of diverting the public’s attention from the current issues, such as then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton allowing the Russian nuclear agency, Rosatom, to purchase Uranium One, which is the largest Uranium producers with US holdings. Uranium One had donated extensively to the Clinton Foundation to the tune of millions of US Dollars. Coincidence?
Al Franken: Groper and Violator
Leeann Tweeden describes the unwanted advance made by Al Franken when he and Tweeden were on a USO Tour in Afghanistan. Tweeden felt violated when he forced her to kiss him and he stuck his tongue in her mouth. She shoved him away. He did write out an apology, but now both sides of the aisle are demanding an investigation.
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