Despite the Numbers, Lib Media Insists Sexual Abuse is a Republican Issue

If you were to consume any national American media outlets and sites, one could come to the conclusion that Republicans are THE problem when it comes to sexual abuse in the United States, especially ONE Republican in particular….

Conversely, we’re also being told that sexual assault is a nonpartisan scourge.

Now finally sexual harassment and abuse are no longer being seen (when seen at all) as a problem of individual behavior but as a systemic issue that pervades all workplaces and social encounters, not limited to any political or religious affiliations and affecting people of all sexual identities and orientations.
Huffington Post, 11/17/17

At the same time, Roy Moore is now THE Republican poster child for sexual abuse.

Daily Beast: Republican Women in Alabama Begin to Turn on Roy Moore
Observer: Roy Moore Transforms GOP to ‘Grand Old Pedophiles’
NBC News: Trump says Republican Roy Moore must be elected in Alabama
WaPo: Last time a GOP president faced a Roy Moore-esque dilemma, his response was very different
The Root: President Pussy Grabber Damn Near Stumps for Accused Sex Offender Roy Moore, Because of Course He Would

Normally we’re against censoring anything for the “sensibilities” of the viewing public, but Joe Barton’s proved why there are always exceptions.

If you were to try and keep up with the tally of reported sexual abusers in the current scandal cycle, it’s clear sexual abuse IS a geographical (Hollywood, New York City, and Washington, D.C.) and very partisan epidemic.

Richard Branson ‎Founder of ‎Virgin Group
Accused of sexual assault.
Wayne Gallant Oxford County (Maine) Sheriff
Sent sexually explicit photo while in office and in uniform.
Joe Barton U.S. Representative
Circulated graphic nude photo of himself on social media.
John Lasseter Head of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation
Sexual harassment, including grabbing, unwanted kissing and making comments about physical attributes. 
Bill Clinton Former President and co-founder of Clinton Foundation
Sexual assault of four women, 17-year cover-up of sexual assault, accused of rape.
Charlie Rose Television host
Sexual harassment of at least eight women, including groping and lewd phone calls.
Glenn Thrush Reporter at The New York Times
Sexually inappropriate behavior toward at least four women, including groping and unwanted kissing.
John Conyers U.S. Representative
Secretly settled a sexual harassment claim with a staffer in 2015.
Al Franken U.S. Senator
Sexual harassment of two women, including forcibly kissing and groping.
Steve Jurvetson Co-founder of a venture capital firm and a board member of Tesla and SpaceX
Sexual misconduct.
Eddie Berganza Editor at DC Comics
Sexual harassment, including groping and forcibly kissing women.
Andrew Kreisberg Executive producer of “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” “The Flash”
Sexual harassment of more than a dozen people.
Louis C.K. Comedian and producer
Sexual misconduct with five women, including exposing himself and masturbating in front of them.
Roy Moore Alabama judge and politician
Sexual misconduct with five teenagers. 
Benjamin Genocchio Executive director of the Armory Show art fair
Sexual harassment, including unwelcome touching of five women.
Jeffrey Tambor Actor
Sexual harassment of two women, including unwanted physical contact.
Ed Westwick Actor
Raping two women.
David Guillod Co-chief executive of Primary Wave Entertainment agency
Sexual assault of four women.
Jeff Hoover Kentucky speaker of the House
Sexual harassment and inappropriate text messages.
Brett Ratner Producer and director
Rape, sexual assault and harassment of six women, including exposing himself and masturbating.
Kirt Webster Music publicist
Sexual assault and harassment, including unwanted touching.
Andy Dick Actor
Sexual harassment, including groping.
Michael Oreskes Head of news at NPR and former New York Times editor
Sexual harassment of three women.
Hamilton Fish President and publisher of The New Republic
Complaints by female employees.
Kevin Spacey Actor
Sexual assault of multiple men and sexual misconduct with a minor.
Ken Baker E! News correspondent
Sexual harassment of two women, including unwanted kissing and inappropriate messages.
Mark Halperin NBC News and MSNBC contributor, co-author of “Game Change”
Sexual harassment of at least five women. 
Rick Najera Director of CBS’s Diversity Showcase
Sexual harassment, including inappropriate comments to performers.
Knight Landesman Publisher of Artforum
Sexual harassment of at least nine women, including groping.
Leon Wieseltier A former editor at The New Republic
Sexual harassment of several women, including inappropriate advances.
Terry Richardson Fashion photographer
Sexual harassment of models.
James Toback Director and writer
Sexual harassment and misconduct toward women, including dry-humping or masturbating. After The Los Angeles Times published its investigation, hundreds of women reached out to describe their encounters.
John Besh Chief executive of the Besh Restaurant Group
Sexual harassment.
Lockhart Steele Editorial director of Vox Media
Sexual harassment of at least one person, including unwanted kissing.
Robert Scoble Tech blogger and co-founder of the Transformation Group
Sexual assault of at least two women.
Chris Savino Creator and showrunner of “The Loud House”
Sexual harassment, including unwanted sexual advances, of as many as 12 women.
Roy Price Head of Amazon Studios
Sexual harassment of one woman.
Andy Signore Senior vice president of content for Defy Media
Sexual assault of one woman and harassment of several others.
Harvey Weinstein Producer and co-founder of the Weinstein Company
Raping three women. Sexual assault and harassment of dozens of others — including masturbating, exposing himself and unwelcome touching.
Roger Ailes Former chairman and CEO of Fox News
Sexual harassment.
Bill O’Reilly Former Fox News host
Sexual harassment.
Anthony Weiner Former U.S. Representative
Sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for sexting with a minor.
Al Gore Former Vice President
Sexual assault.

Had any of those marked above in blue were Republican, the media would have added them to the “Republican” sexual abuse mantra, but as of now, this is a nonpartisan scandal because they say so.

2 Responses

  1. American Voter

    Show me a “male feminist”, and I’ll show you a sex criminal.

    Reply
  2. RichTheEngineer

    Why? Because liberal men think they are “special” and “desirable,” when in fact they are usually squat, ugly, fat men.

    Reply

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