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Al Franken: What a Creep, Possibly

Posted by V the K at 1:48 pm - November 16, 2017.
Filed under: Democrats & Double Standards

Radio talk-host accuses Democrat Senator and 2020 Presidential Possibility Al Franken of groping her and making unwanted sexual advances during a USO Tour in 2006.

He repeated that actors really need to rehearse everything and that we must practice the kiss. I said ‘OK’ so he would stop badgering me. We did the line leading up to the kiss and then he came at me, put his hand on the back of my head, mashed his lips against mine and aggressively stuck his tongue in my mouth.

I don’t know if the allegation is true, and neither do you. But is the ‘New Rules’ are to be applied consistently, Al Franken must be ousted from the Senate even if the charges are false because this misconduct, if it happened or even if it didn’t, is so severe and degrading. And not just because (as Peter H reminds us) Al Franken called for the murder of LGBTs.

“I just don’t like homosexuals. If you ask me, they’re all homosexuals in the Pudding. Hey, I was glad when that Pudding homosexual got killed in Philadelphia.” The smile became so broad it pushed his eyes shut. He couldn’t stand it any longer.

Update: A Feminist defends Al Franken because he’s a Democrat.

I am sincerely arguing that we should not force a Democrat to resign for sexually abusing a woman, because I know Republicans never will, and that once the first Democrat goes, R’s next move is finding shady Ds from states with R governors.

The Democrat Media Complex is solidly in Al Franken’s corner. Just as I said they would be.

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17 Comments

  1. As I posted on the other thread, I’ll be waiting to see how Lil-Letter-Mike, al-Cray-da, Rusty and the rest of the Peanut Gallery will react to this news.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — November 16, 2017 @ 2:13 pm - November 16, 2017

  2. littlelettermike: fake talking points pulled from left-wing sites.

    CCP: Passive-aggressive Cas emulation. “Hi, of course I don’t approve, but what about …”

    Rusty: Link to something off-topic

    Quite predictable.

    Comment by V the K — November 16, 2017 @ 2:16 pm - November 16, 2017

  3. Considering that her husband is a US marine, he might want to reconsider his position on concealed carry. He truly deserves a punch in the head.

    Comment by Robin — November 16, 2017 @ 4:27 pm - November 16, 2017

  4. Hi V the K,

    I believe Leeann Tweeden. Al Franken must go.

    Cheers,
    CCP

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — November 16, 2017 @ 4:52 pm - November 16, 2017

  5. That’s lovely, CrayCray.

    Now start screaming that all the Democrats and media that disagree and think he should stay support sexual assault and rape.

    It’s easy for you to virtue-signal. Not so easy for you to throw the Democrat hive mind under the bus.

    Comment by North Dallas Thirty — November 16, 2017 @ 4:56 pm - November 16, 2017

  6. Bob Menendez. Underage prostitution.

    Ed Buck. Drugged prostitutes, dead black prostitute found in his bathroom.

    David Alcone. Convicted stalker.

    Comment by Aerinyes — November 16, 2017 @ 5:50 pm - November 16, 2017

  7. Geez, it’s not like he drove off a bridge and left her in the car to drown.
    Oh, wait…

    Comment by Southern Man — November 16, 2017 @ 7:23 pm - November 16, 2017

  8. Geez, it’s not like he drove off a bridge and left her in the car to drown.

    Under senate rules, not only is there no penalty for that, but you spend the next four decades of your life as a progressive hero to cheering crowds.

    Comment by V the K — November 16, 2017 @ 7:31 pm - November 16, 2017

  9. I thought that was in the unwritten rules, subsection (D)…

    Comment by Aerinyes — November 16, 2017 @ 8:22 pm - November 16, 2017

  10. Not only that, but Ted “Chappaquiddick and Waitress Sandwich” Kennedy was John McCain’s best buddy in the senate.

    Comment by V the K — November 16, 2017 @ 8:28 pm - November 16, 2017

  11. Terms limits, term limits,term limits, term limits, term limits, term limits, term limits, term limits, term limits, term limits…

    “…to spend more time with my family.”

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — November 16, 2017 @ 10:56 pm - November 16, 2017

  12. I’ll second Ted B. This should have been done a long time ago.

    Comment by fortdixmike — November 17, 2017 @ 4:28 am - November 17, 2017

  13. I always wondered why the Founders didn’t include term-limits in the Constitution, but now I think they intuitively-knew that the rigors of travel and the “short and brutish” life expectancies of their time would do it for them.

    As a youth FDR’s 4-terms soured my against him, but now knowing more history I think he always knew he’d die in the White House, and he dared-no retire or resign with WW2 being eminent. Especially once you realize the non-entities, crackpots and demagogues that populated the American political-stage; Garner? Nance? Long? Lindberg?

    Even Truman was a long-shot, in the 1970s “History” as-taught then proclaimed him one of America’s “worst Presidents”.

    Now, the average age in the Senate is 80?, in the House 70?
    …Enough already.
    Quit…
    Retire…
    Go Home…
    Go Away…
    …Be somewhere Else.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — November 17, 2017 @ 6:06 am - November 17, 2017

  14. Your title said possibly. With a picture on the internet, it is now solid evidence that Stuart Smalley is a creep and abuser.

    Comment by davinci38 — November 17, 2017 @ 8:30 am - November 17, 2017

  15. I always wondered why the Founders didn’t include term-limits in the Constitution, but now I think they intuitively-knew that the rigors of travel and the “short and brutish” life expectancies of their time would do it for them.

    There’s a theory that term limits are an imposed undemocratic solution upon the populace in the sense that one receives the government one deserves and that if one chooses to keep re-electing barnacles who are way past their use-by date, then that is the fault of the electorate, not the founders who created the document which enables their position.

    As to why term limits weren’t part of the Constitution, another part of it has to do with the concept of a “citizen legislature”. Representatives and Senators were expected to come to DC for a few months a year and then return home to be farmers, woodworkers, blacksmiths, and the like. Not an unreasonable expectation, since Congress was only supposed to be a part time gig. If you had a real job, you would serve in Congress for a few years and then go back to ‘civilian’ life. The rigors of travelling from the outer limits of the first 13 states to the District even just once a year were enough that one would find doing so for more than a few years to be very stressful.

    Contrast that to the current day, where a session of Congress still lasts one year, but most of that year is spent in DC, with only occasional recesses. Work weeks are scheduled so that votes and other obligations are primarily done Tuesdays through Thursdays, thus enabling my junior senator to claim that he just works in Washington, but lives at home (when in reality he spends as much time travelling to/from airports and on planes as he spends actually “at home”).

    Add to that there are very few Members of Congress who could pass as everyday citizens. The number of farmers in Congress can be counted on less than two hands and even less are members of the trades. The largest percentage by occupation now belongs to the legal class and/or professional legislators (those who have come to the Senate from the House or to either chamber from a career in a state legislature). All of this adds up to why the current composition and perception of Congress is vastly different from that which the Founders desired to create.

    Comment by RSG — November 17, 2017 @ 9:48 am - November 17, 2017

  16. As to Senator Smalley, Tucker Carlson had an interesting observation last night. He noted that he has known Al Franken for years and while he never heard anything about sexual harassment prior to yesterday’s revelation, the current senator is noted for mistreating his staff and overall being a colossal jerk. Laura Ingraham shared a photo on her FNC program of her (and TC) with Franken at an event over ten years ago which “you’ll notice that I was on the end as I didn’t want to get close to him”. She also mentioned that she had at least one encounter with him in which he was being argumentative and “spitting in my face”.

    Of course his public persona demonstrates his relentless interrogations of subjects who have the misfortune to appear before one of his committees—most recently demonstrating his outrage to Fifth Circuit District Court nominee Don Willet over the latter’s past tweet about desiring to “marry bacon” (thus being a supreme insult to Democrats, apparently).

    Comment by RSG — November 17, 2017 @ 10:06 am - November 17, 2017

  17. Hi V the K,
    “I don’t know if the allegation is true, and neither do you. But is the ‘New Rules’ are to be applied consistently, Al Franken must be ousted from the Senate even if the charges are false because this misconduct, if it happened or even if it didn’t, is so severe and degrading.”

    Cool, I’ll raise you my Donald Trump for your Al Franken …

    Comment by Cas — November 17, 2017 @ 10:07 am - November 17, 2017

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