#DemocratForeplay: Excused, Covered-Up, Defended Sexual Assault and More

Democrats are quick to dictate the terms of public discussion and instructions on the proper way to treat women, especially with blatant disregard to the “accusers”.

Yes, Bill Clinton is guilty of certain indiscretions in his private life.
Rep. Maxine Waters, 12/18/98

Terms of public discussion and instructions that fall apart when Democrats are the predators.

The left and their media has done everything they could to opaque their complicity in dismissing what is a clear pattern within the Democrat Party: high-profile elected, sexual abuse, assault, and denial via hoping it will all just go away.

Larry Wallace, a top aide to Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), resigned Wednesday, amid allegations of harassment during his tenure at the California Department of Justice. Wallace’s resignation came after the Sacramento Bee asked about a $400,000 settlement to end a lawsuit from Danielle Hartley, who was Wallace’s assistant at the California Department of Justice. Wallace was director of the Division of Law Enforcement, under Harris who was state attorney general at the time.
Politico, 12/5/18

California Democratic Party Chairman Eric Bauman is facing calls to step down in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations. Daraka Larimore-Hall, the state party’s vice chairman, told The Washington Post that he sent a letter Tuesday to the party’s secretary calling for Bauman’s removal after being approached by several party staff members who told him that they had been sexually harassed and assaulted by Bauman.
Washington Post, 11/25/18

A former Ohio judge who served nine months in prison for brutally beating his wife in 2014 in front of their children, punching her 20 times and fracturing a bone in her face, was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of fatally stabbing her at her suburban Cleveland home, the authorities said. Lance Mason, 51, a former high-ranking Democratic state lawmaker and a top county prosecutor, had not been formally charged as of Monday morning in the death of his wife, Aisha Fraser Mason, 45.
New York Times, 11/19/18

The woman who accused Michael Avenatti of domestic violence has now filed for a restraining order against the attorney. According to court records, actress Mareli Miniutti filed for a domestic violence restraining order against Avenatti Monday in Los Angeles.
The Blast, 11/19/18

Back in August, the son of a former girlfriend of Rep. Keith Ellison alleged that the Minnesota Democrat had abused his mother in the course of that relationship. Austin Monahan said he found a video on his mother’s computer showing that Ellison had forcefully tried to drag her off of a bed while swearing at her. Ellison denied the allegations and suggested they were politically motivated — coming just days before Minnesota’s Democratic primary for attorney general.
CNN, 9/23/18

Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York State attorney general who rose to prominence as an antagonist of the Trump administration, abruptly resigned on Monday night hours after The New Yorker reported that four women had accused him of physically assaulting them.
New York Times, 5/7/18

Former President Bill Clinton had an embarrassing #MeToo moment last week in a televised interview, claiming he, too, was a victim of the sex scandal that led to his impeachment. But most voters disagree and see Clinton as a sexual offender instead. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that just 24% of Likely U.S. Voters consider Clinton a victim of his political opponents. Fifty-three percent (53%) describe the ex-president as a sexual predator instead.
Rasmussen, 6/11/18

Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-CT) — a vocal champion of the #MeToo movement — is the first federal female lawmaker of the #MeToo era to resign after a sexual harassment and misconduct scandal was revealed in her office. The Congress member from Connecticut announced Monday she won’t seek reelection after reports surfaced that she let a former chief of staff stay on for months after discovering allegations he had harassed, abused, and threatened a female staffer.
Vox, 4/4/18

Former Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra made unwanted sexual advances toward three female employees, according to findings of a sexual harassment probe, including one incident in which he “more likely than not” put a female staffer’s bracelet in his front pants pocket and asked her to retrieve it.
San Francisco Chronicle, 3/1/18

The account — which matches what the accuser, former lobbyist Holly Tarry, told The Denver Post in November — is one of 11 complaints against Colorado State Rep. Steve Lebsock of workplace harassment from five women detailed in a graphic letter released Tuesday by House Majority Leader KC Becker. The disclosures come as state lawmakers prepare for an unprecedented vote Friday to expel Lebsock over an alleged pattern of sexual misconduct.
Denver Post, 2/28/18

Tony Mendoza, a former East Los Angeles elementary school teacher who moved swiftly from local to state government elected offices, resigned from the California Senate on Thursday just moments before his colleagues sought to formally expel him after a series of sexual misconduct accusations.
Los Angeles Times, 2/22/18

Illinois’ legislative watchdog says state Sen. Ira Silverstein, a Democrat, did not sexually harass a victim rights advocate. But Inspector General Julie Porter says that Silverstein did violate the state ethics law, with his teasing and flirtatious Facebook messages to Denise Rotheimer. In late October, Rotheimer publicly accused Silverstein of keeping a bill alive so he could prolong their relationship, and then working to kill the bill as retaliation when he thought she had a boyfriend.
WTTW, 1/25/18

Senator Al Franken of Minnesota, in an emotional speech on the Senate floor, announced on Thursday that he would resign from Congress, the most prominent figure in a growing list of lawmakers felled by charges of sexual harassment or indiscretions.
New York Times, 12/7/17

Facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment, Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) resigned as Congress’s longest-serving member Tuesday, becoming the first lawmaker to step down as Capitol Hill grapples with allegations of inappropriate behavior by lawmakers.
Washington Post, 12/5/17

According to a report in BuzzFeed News, a woman who worked as a finance director for Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen‘s 2016 congressional campaign alleged that he repeatedly harassed and made sexual advances towards her.
BuzzFeed, 12/1/17

Bill Clinton is facing NEW accusations of sexual assault by four women while the former president was working with a billionaire playboy and flying on his private jet nicknamed Air F**k One, claims Clinton author Ed Klein.
Daily Mail, 11/20/17

So far, there’s been little specific data to help illuminate just how pervasive sexual harassment is on Capitol Hill, but one figure has emerged: the total that the Office of Compliance, the office that handles harassment complaints, has paid to victims. On Thursday, the Office of Compliance released additional information indicating that it has paid victims more than $17 million since its creation in the 1990s. That includes all settlements, not just related to sexual harassment, but also discrimination and other cases.
CNN, 11/16/17

A Minnesota Senate staff member filed a complaint Tuesday alleging that Democratic state Sen. Dan Schoen sent her an uninvited, sexually explicit photo in 2015.
Twin Cities Pioneer Press, 11/14/17

Former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) reported to prison Monday morning to begin serving a 21-month sentence for sending sexually explicit text messages to a 15-year-old girl.
Huffington Post, 11/6/18

A former aide to Rep. Bobby Scott on Friday accused the Virginia Democrat of sexual misconduct and said he fired her after she rebuffed his alleged advances.
NBC News, 7/20/17

Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer, whose political career collapsed following a 2008 prostitution scandal, is the subject of an assault investigation involving a young woman, New York City police said Monday.
USA Today, 2/15/16

So far, 18 women have come forward to say that San Diego Mayor Bob Filner acted inappropriately, with accusations ranging from one woman’s claim that the mayor gave her “tush a pat,” to another woman’s assertion that he “put in me what I guess now is the famous headlock.”
CNN, 8/21/13

Rep. David Wu (D-Ore.) announced Tuesday that he will resign from Congress, four days after a report that a young woman called his office complaining of an “unwanted sexual encounter” with the congressman.
Washington Post, 7/26/11

Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was charged with perjury, obstruction of justice and official misconduct on Monday stemming from a sex scandal and the prominent Democrat’s handling of an $8.4 million settlement of a whistle-blower lawsuit against the city.
Reuters, 3/25/08

This list is so incomplete because of the time it would take to document the numerous sexual abuse and assaults in places liberals control like the news media, entertainment industry, grade schools and college campuses on just heterosexuals alone.


Not to mention the untold number of those ready and waiting to exploit the lack of morals for their own professional rise… BEFORE claiming victim status.

#MeToo Backlash: How Long Before Democrat Women Whine (Again) About Being Ignored?

For those of you over 40, you may remember women’s magazine articles every few years with that same lament: “Why can’t I find a man?”

Three Reasons Why You Can’t Find a Guy
Ask Anna: Why can’t I find a man?
It Really Is You & Not Him: 10 Reasons You Can’t Find a Good Man
20 Reasons You Don’t Have a Boyfriend
Why You Can’t Find A Boyfriend Even When You’re Trying Really Hard

One of the main contributors was the loud feminist mantra, “I don’t need a man” that left some women with a fist held high in one hand and a burnt bra in the other, while other women just threw up their hands in the frustration of self-inflicted sabotage.

We can only imagine the conversations that were had between parents and their young male sons who just left the nest for a college campus. How many responsible parents warned those sons to be VERY careful with any female student they would come in contact with, all the precautions that would need to be considered before having any contact with one that could possibly be a love interest, and the possible negative ramifications of such an interest that could follow them for the rest of their lives.

Suppose a woman wakes up in the morning after a sexual encounter and then labels it sexual assault, to the surprise of her sexual partner. Did this woman regret having sex and then say she was a victim so she doesn’t have to come to terms with her actions? Is she lying about being sexually assaulted so people don’t think she is a slut?
UNC Healthy Heels, 11/7/13

If you have to pose this as a defensive scenario, there’s an inconvenient element of truth that needed to be initially acknowledged.

But we’re to #BelieveWomen….

After the stigma placed on men with the implementation of Title IX on campus and more recently the #MeToo movement, how long before women (again) start whining because fewer men are giving them the time of day, let alone a date or assistance in a workplace. Men are now rightfully being very careful.

Women, as portrayed by Democrats, their media and activists, are not looking very attractive and we don’t just mean physically. They’re coming off as unhinged and few men find that kind of potential drama as a positive attribute. A lot of these women also appear to be on a revenge mission which leaves any man in contact with them in potential jeopardy, which also translates to the workplace or any space that men and women cohabitate.

Prior to #MeToo, cautious male supervisors would always leave an office door open when talking to a female, equal or subordinate. How many employers have had to absorb the expense of creating really cool offices with glass walls; not because of the attractive aesthetics but to protect themselves from potential accusations of what may or may not have been said or done behind an opaque wall or closed door?

As in most movements that are not well-thought through, there are serious ramifications for impulsive action. Sure, some of these women will find solace within the sisterhood, declare themselves bisexual so they can achieve immediate gratification, but for those who don’t swing that way, the isolation will grow and the frustration will again become a vocal rallying cry.

This time, it’s a different world.

During the Gloria Steinem days of feminist empowerment, it was all about recognition and independence. She and others also claimed to be speaking for all women. Today, #MeToo is all about payback and they claim to be speaking for all women. The problem this time is that some of these women have husbands, brothers, sons and others who are potential targets of those who have agendas and personal issues, mixed with that nasty lack of conscience. They’ll punish any man who rejects them, didn’t reward them as they saw fit, and in the case of a potential Supreme Court justice who could potentially hamper their ability to do what they want with their bodies (and babies within).

Again, things involving the human condition tend to be cyclical. #MeToo women are using their movement to punish men who they claim abused them. They’ve also cast a wide net and have indicted all men as potential sexual abusers. Democrats are using the Kavanaugh confirmation as midterm election topic, many in the electorate are being justifiably repulsed, and fewer men will hold a door open for a woman, let alone vote for one and her offending political party.

The “Why can’t I find a man?” public whining will begin again. This time, there will be a response because of everything #MeToo.

No, thanks.


It took exactly two months.

An infrastructure-investing manager says he won’t meet with a female employee in rooms that don’t have windows; in addition, he “keeps his distance in elevators.” Another man, in private equity, has a new, self-imposed rule that says he’s not allowed to have a business dinner with any women who are 35 or younger. (Apparently, after 35, there’s no risk of doing anything appropriate, as women turn into old hags.)

I think Bess Levin meant “doing anything inappropriate” but correcting a woman’s grammar is probably a bad thing.

The horror stories continue. An investment adviser who oversees roughly 100 employees said he started to reconsider having one-on-ones with junior females. Others are refusing to sit next to female colleagues on flights and booking hotel rooms on different floors during work trips. #MeToo, according to David Bahnsen, a former managing director at Morgan Stanley, is “creating a sense of walking on eggshells.” Men, employment attorney Stephen Zweig told Bloomberg, are concerned about “a false accusation,” and “fear what they cannot control.”

Remember how many times we were all told false accusations are “rare”?

Well, it looks like men have been listening and are now responding accordingly.

Avoiding women at all costs doesn’t just make the men of Wall Street look like weird Mike Pences who apparently can’t control themselves in the presence of the devil sex. It also has a damaging effect on the careers of the women they’re shunning for fear of being accused of sexual harassment.
Vanity Fair, 12/3/18

Women celebrated sticking it to the men and now men are looking to avoid them like the plague.

Happy now?

Lawyer Lisa Bloom Offered Women Money to Smear Candidate Trump

In this whole sexual harassment awareness “movement”, in too many cases, the accused apologize and/or resign from positions when the most expeditious of investigations conclude guilt. However, in some cases, it’s just a question of he said-she said and we’re told women are always to be believed. Of course, there is an observed statute of limitations so any allegations made to Bill Clinton happened in another time, so they don’t count.

The left and their media has poo-pooed the notion that women are capable of lying about these matters, for a variety of reasons, but now that demands for the resignation of the President of the United States based on the claims from many women that Donald Trump disputes, the following is an aspect that could be damaging to the narrative.

On the December 8th edition of The Glenn Beck Show, guest Bill O’Reilly offered up a new twist on the ongoing efforts to undo the results of the 2016 presidential election….

Just who could that lawyer be?

Prominent lawyer sought donor cash for two Trump accusers

“Hill” reporter John Solomon detailed some of his findings on The Sean Hannity Show, December 15, 2016, and what he found proves that elections can be tampered with… for the right price.

Again, so much of what we’re now finding out now would never have come out had a friendly Hillary Clinton administration been able to dictate the daily narrative. But there just may be women whose stories about sexual harassment and/or abuse may come with a price tag. Those who were promoting a “film” about their supposed incidents with private citizen-Trump (that just so happened the day before a certain election in Alabama) are not doing this just for the cause. There is an expected return and a willing broker.

We all know there are entities that peddle in paying for false allegations to damage the reputations of a given target, i.e. Fusion GPS being paid by the Hillary Clinton campaign to produce a “dossier” to slime opponent Donald Trump.

It’s just about how much they can get and the public to believe before the truth comes out… again.

Racist Pelosi Demands Black Conyers Resign; Not White Franken

For decades, the Democrat left has relished in any opportunity to use the race card against the Republican right. White Democrats, in particular, have been very adept in planting a racial landmine and stepping back to watch in glee as cued blacks would take it to their opponents.

But today we have a problem.

Many white liberal men have been busted committing all manner of sexual abuse and assaults from Hollywood to New York City to Capitol Hill. Unbeknownst to many on the left, racism within the very hallways of the entertainment industry has been dismissed and it’s very apparent to many blacks that this whole Harvey Weinstein snowball has only become the movement it has become because the victims are 99 44100% liberal white women.

So you now see the quandary white liberals have when a black congressman and white senator have been accused of sexual abuse. Liberal blacks and whites are not going to see things eye-to-eye.

This will be a very juicy eat-their-own opportunity because black people are not going to give liberals a pass on this one.

John Conyers’ name was the ONLY House member named regarding the taxpayer-funded hush fund and is publicly being told to resign. The white guy Al Franken is hiding behind his desk, apologizes every time a new name surfaces and has yet to be told by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, the National Organization for Women, Emily’s List or any other liberal women’s entity to vacate his Senate seat. This kinda’ smacks of blatant racism, at least as consistently defined by Democrats.

Politically, the Democrats are relatively unaffected by the loss of one congressman. Losing a senator is another story but don’t try explaining that to hypersensitive blacks. The abuse-of-white-women-is-more-important-than-racism will be a tough sell in the Community.

Race politics is a bitch, ain’t it?

BTW — The white man who sexually assaulted Terry Crews is getting off… so to speak.

Crews alleged that talent agent Adam Venit groped his genitals at a Hollywood party. Crews acknowledges the obvious question: Why wouldn’t a man of his muscle just wallop any predator? The actor wanted to fight him, to strike back, he has said, but feared that the situation would be misperceived since he is a large black man. He didn’t want to end up in jail or lose his career.

But he still feels like he’s not being taken seriously. Venit has not commented on the accusation. But Venit’s employer, the William Morris Endeavor, suspended the alleged groper for 30 days — only to recently welcome him back to the workplace after deciding the alleged transgression against Crews was an isolated incident, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Crews, who was by then watching along with the rest of the country as one big-shot after another got punished with much greater severity, was enraged.

“SOMEONE GOT A PASS,” Crews tweeted about the news Monday.
Washington Post, 11/30/17

As alluded to earlier in this post and written about before, racism in Hollywood runs rampant and conveniently dismissed.

But mess with liberal white women and all hell will break loose.

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.

Media Firewall: Where’s the Party Affiliation on the Sex Scandals?

Let’s be honest here.

Had the numerous sexual abuse cases coming out of Hollywood involved Republicans, it would be appropriately labeled and megaphoned as such. It turns out, not only are the vast majority of offenders liberals, but many of them were high-dollar donors and bundlers for Democrat politicians.

Some members of the press are working to disassociate movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused of sexual abuse and assault over three decades, from Hollywood’s politically liberal culture and the Democratic politicians and causes he supported over the years.

Social conservatives have long argued that the left is hypocritical, that liberals police people with ‘political correctness’ but do not practice what they preach. For this point, Weinstein is a perfect case study.
Washington Examiner, 10/18/17

We’re now hearing about sexual abuse running near-rampant on Capitol Hill with even elected members belatedly adding themselves to the #MeToo victim tally.

Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.), in testimony before the panel, said at least two current members of Congress have engaged in sexual harassment. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-Va.) offered another example. She shared a story of a male lawmaker — still in Congress — who asked a young female staffer to bring materials to his residence. He opened the door dressed in only a towel, invited her inside and proceeded to expose himself.

The staffer subsequently quit her job.
The Hill, 11/14/17

Over the last few months, we’ve made several trips to Capitol Hill and we consistently see young women who are hardly dressed in what would be considered business-professional attire. Not that we’re saying they’re inviting harassment, but it’s not like women don’t know how to send signals.


And this wouldn’t be another exercise in liberal hypocrisy if we didn’t point out that the very media entity that published the allegations of elected females regarding sexual abuse also exploits the superficial attributes of Capitol Hill staffers.


In a media environment that relishes in any leak that damages President Trump or any elected Republican, it’s not unusual that we haven’t had any labeling of the Harvey Weinstein floodgate as a Democrat scandal or a convenient leak from an “official” or “anonymous source” naming names.

Just the convenient respect for the non-disclosure agreement….

To those women who participate in sexual relationships in hopes of advancing their careers: either you have morals or you don’t and the “advances” would not be made if there wouldn’t be any takers.

Democrats are quickly moving on from the Weinstein scandal.
Washington Post, 10/17/17

For those of you too young to remember or know, moveon.org was created in 1998 in response to the Bill Clinton impeachment hearings for sexual impropriety the left and their media wanted to just go away and many are quick to remind you not to point at Democrats.

CNN: Sexual harassment isn’t red or blue
Baltimore Sun: Sexual harassment isn’t a partisan problem, it’s a gender problem

But enter the allegations on one Republican Roy Moore and sexual abuse just could be partisan.

The Atlantic: Is Combatting Sexual Abuse Becoming a Partisan Issue?

Of course, there are still those who say (despite the numbers) this is not a partisan issue. Guess who those people are?

An Avoided Hollywood Scandal: Sexually-Abusive Women and Gays

It’s extremely timely, given the left’s hatred of President Trump, to make the whole Harvey Weinstein-Hollywood sexual abuse thing about men in powerful positions taking advantage of poor, innocent women who were just trying to make it in the business. But when we’re talking about Weinstein just being the tip of the iceberg, let’s not buy into that floating mass just being composed of testosterone.

We don’t know if Terry Crews was sexually accosted by a fat, ugly, powerful heterosexual male, but while we have our suspicions on who that aggressor is, chances are it’s not someone who prefers women over men and that leads to a very interesting case made by the late author/producer/director Michael Crichton. He not only wrote best-selling novels that successfully made the leap onto the screen but prior graduated summa cum laude from Harvard, received his MD from Harvard Medical School and many of his stories referred to the ethics surrounding a given topic.

One of his more negatively-received adaptations was the 1994 movie “Disclosure” which explored the topic of an executive who sexually abused a subordinate. The movie was considered controversial because of the highly-implausible premise that the abuser was woman and the abused was a man.

Just what was Crichton really telling us and why did it strike a nerve enough to earn that standard progressive, deflective dismissal?

At that point in time, Michael Crichton was more than just a Hollywood insider. He rode among the rich and powerful and one could argue “Disclosure” was his way of speaking out like many women today are being applauded for. Without naming names, he may have been trying to out powerful, predatory women. They’re out there and like the Harvey Weinstein scandal, he knew he couldn’t count on the media to alert the public that this abusive behavior even exists.

Just wait for that first male to air the dirty laundry. The abuser may be a woman or some version of LGBTQ so let’s see just how ahead-of-his-time Michael Crichton really was.

12/5/11: Recent Charges of Sexual Abuse of Children in Hollywood Just Tip of Iceberg, Experts Say
9/5/14: Dear media: Women can be sexual predators too
8/21/15: Molestation Scandal: Hollywood’s Child Sex Abuse Coverup – Child Stars Like Cory Haim Victimized
5/22/16: Elijah Wood: ‘Hollywood in the grip of child abuse scandal similar to Jimmy Savile’
6/9/16: Noah Galvin Drops a Bombshell Accusation Against Director Bryan Singer

As that and much more was largely blown off by the media and those now “woke”, fast forward to post-Harvey Weinstein revelations and obvious hypocrisy…


Former child actor Blaise Godbe Lipman, 28, says agent Tyler Grasham assaulted him 10 years ago when he was seeking representation. “Tyler Grasham, under the pretense of a business meeting regarding potential agency representation at APA Agency, fed me alcohol while I was underage and sexually assaulted me,” he wrote Monday on Facebook.

Previously, Deadline reported that Grasham had been suspended from the agency, which was investigating allegations of sexual misconduct from former actor Blaise Godbe Lipman and television editor Lucas Ozarowski. A prominent client of Grasham’s, Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard, fired him Friday as well.
The Advocate


GLSEN (the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) held its annual Respect Awards in the ballroom of the Beverly Wilshire on Friday night, where the Harvey Weinstein scandal prompted many out gay actors to speak openly about inappropriate behavior they had experienced with Hollywood power players.


Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, whose last documentary The Hunting Ground focused on sexual assault on college campuses, announced today that their next film, currently titled The Untitled Sexual Assault Documentary. The Weinstein Co.’s Radius division distributed The Hunting Ground.
Hollywood Reporter


Actor Kevin Sorbo alleges that he was sexually harassed by the late Italian fashion magnate Gianni Versace when he was working as a model decades ago.

“All of a sudden, his hand goes up my leg,” says Sorbo. “Dude, you know I’m straight?” he told Versace. “This is why I like you. You’re not a girly man. You are a man’s man,” Versace told Sorbo, according to his recollection.
Hollywood Reporter


How about a powerful woman who IS gay?

Comedian and daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres is receiving some backlash from fans after a joke about Katy Perry was taken as sexist. The star courted outrage on Wednesday after dedicating a tweet to the “Roar” singer on her birthday.

“Happy birthday, @KatyPerry! It’s time to bring out the big balloons!” the star wrote over an image of her gawking, mouth agape, at Perry’s breasts.
Fox News

It’s not like this is the first example of the sanctimonious Ellen laughing about the same “balloons” a man would be crucified for today.


In an interview with BuzzFeed News, actor Anthony Rapp is publicly alleging for the first time that in 1986, Kevin Spacey befriended Rapp while they both performed on Broadway shows, invited Rapp over to his apartment for a party, and, at the end of the night, picked Rapp up, placed him on his bed, and climbed on top of him, making a sexual advance. According to public records, Spacey was 26. Rapp was 14.


Andy Dick has been dropped from the independent feature film Raising Buchanan following accusations of sexual harassment and misconduct on set. The Hollywood Reporter was not able to reach any of the alleged victims, however, two sources detailed Dick’s inappropriate behavior, which included groping people’s genitals, unwanted kissing/licking and sexual propositions of at least four members of the production. “I don’t grope people anymore. I don’t expose myself anymore,” he said by telephone. “I do understand that the temperature in the world right now is delicate.”
Hollywood Reporter, 10/31/17

After all of the loud noise, belatedly being made about sexually abusive men on poor, innocent, unsuspecting women who (in many cases) accepted a check for their silence, compare that to the relative silence when women and gays are the aggressors.

It’s All About Harvey and Sick Hollywood!

Latest update: October 13, 2017 at 9:04am EST  

Hollywood has the best moral compass, because it has compassion.
Harvey Weinstein, 2009

Al Michaels apologizes for Harvey Weinstein joke on ‘Sunday Night Football’
Reacting to… Twitter
‘The scarlet letter is yours and it’s S for SHAME’: Rose McGowan tears into Lisa Bloom claiming the celebrity attorney is a ‘snake’ who tried to pay her $6million to say ‘Harvey’s changed’
Amazon Studios boss on ‘indefinite’ leave amid harassment claims
Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Threatened to ‘Destroy’ Bond Star Eva Green After She Refused His Sexual Advances
Harvey Weinstein: Oprah’s Called to Support Me; Her Team Says BS
Harvey Weinstein: Oscars academy holds emergency meeting
Felicity Huffman Says It’s True That Harvey Weinstein Threatened Her Career if She Didn’t Wear Marchesa
Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman’s Hamptons Mansion Was Pulled Off the Market Today
Amazon TV Producer Goes Public With Harassment Claim Against Top Exec Roy Price
Flashback: Amazon Investigated Studio Chief Roy Price Over Claim of Sexual Remarks
Harvey Weinstein to receive treatment for sex addiction in Wickenburg
Harvey Weinstein ‘pleasured himself during private screening of Meg Ryan’s first nude scene’
The Weinstein Co. Nears The Brink As Agencies Cut Off Talent Supply
Emma Thompson says Harvey Weinstein sex abuse allegations are ‘just the tip of the iceberg’
Police In London Are Investigating Three New Sexual Assault Claims Against Harvey Weinstein
Paltrow hints at Weinstein abuse in 1998 interview
‘I thought it was consensual philandering’: Harvey Weinstein’s ex-assistant recalls the parade of women in and out of mogul’s office and hotel rooms but insists he’s been blindsided by sexual assault allegations
Harvey Weinstein’s wife is lawyer-shopping for divorce
Harvey Weinstein Contract with TWC Allowed for Sexual Harassment
Harvey Weinstein’s Company Says It Was Unaware Of Allegations, Legal Expert Calls That ‘Highly Implausible’
Weinstein Books shutters amid sex scandal
Rose McGowan Says Harvey Weinstein Raped Her, Finally Throwing Away the NDA
Cuomo returns some donations — $50000 — from Weinstein
Rose McGowan goes after Amazon and Jeff Bezos in latest tweets calling out abuses in Hollywood
As woes escalate for Harvey Weinstein’s former company, potential buyers begin to circle
Harvey Weinstein Checks Into Luxury Resort Amid Scandal: He Wants to ‘Use His Cell Phone’
NPR: As Democrats Purge Weinstein’s Cash, Impact On The Party Is Likely To Be Low
Wishful thinking
Lindsay Lohan posts — and quickly deletes — videos supporting Harvey Weinstein
The N.Y.P.D. Is Officially Investigating Harvey Weinstein — Again
Writers Guild Pledges More Harassment Prevention
Could Harvey Weinstein Go to Jail? What’s Next in Hollywood Sex-Assault Scandal
Jane Fonda: I wish I had spoken out against Harvey Weinstein allegations earlier
Ryan Gosling denounces Harvey Weinstein: ‘He is emblematic of a systemic problem’
English actor says alleged sexual assault ruined her film career
Harvey Weinstein gives middle finger before heading to rehab in Arizona
Liberals are seldom sincere with their apologies
Samantha Bee on the Weinstein problem: ‘This is about men’
Until we hear about the women and we WILL hear about the women
Tom Hanks on Weinstein accusations: ‘It all just sort of fits’
New Accuser Says Harvey Weinstein Hugged Her in His Underwear and Said He Loved Her
Claire Forlani Says She ‘Ducked’ and ‘Dived’ to Escape Harvey Weinstein Encounters
Weinstein scandal prompts actors Terry Crews, James Van Der Beek to share harassment stories
Sheryl Sandberg Says “People Should Lose Their Jobs” for Burying Harvey Weinstein’s “Abysmal” Behavior
Harvey Weinstein scandal prompts Evan Rachel Wood, others to share unrelated abuse stories
Makeup artist accuses Ben Affleck of groping her
Cannes film festival condemns Harvey Weinstein sex assault
Oscars to discuss response to Harvey Weinstein allegations
Berlin Festival Boss Calls Harvey Weinstein Accusations, Cover-Up “Scandalous”
Twitter restores vocal Weinstein accuser Rose McGowan after suspension
Rose McGowan blocked from Twitter after tweeting about Harvey Weinstein and Ben Affleck
Clinton Aides Gang Up on Boyfriend of Harvey Weinstein Accuser
Anthony Bourdain blasts Hillary Clinton’s ‘shameful’ interview regarding Harvey Weinstein
Hillary’s Phony “Shock” At Weinstein Scandal
Weinstein responds: ‘We all make mistakes’
Another Quote of the Year nominee

Harvey Weinstein ‘Profoundly Devastated’ After Wife Leaves Him
Harvey Weinstein Jets off to Arizona Rehab
Can Woody Allen and other accused famous men survive Harvey Weinstein’s downfall?
Harvey Weinstein banks $1.65M days before bombshell New York Times report
Harvey Weinstein’s wife is leaning on Huma Abedin
Harvey Weinstein is probed by London police after being accused of sexual abuse
French Actress Florence Darel Says Harvey Weinstein Propositioned Her While His Wife Was Next Door
‘He couldn’t remember if he assaulted me or not’: Kate Beckinsale says Harvey Weinstein came onto her when she was just 17 YEARS OLD and years later prolific abuser couldn’t even recall whether they’d had sex or not
NYPD Launches Criminal Investigation into 2004 Sex Assault Allegation
Disney Chief Bob Iger on Harvey Weinstein Claims: “Abhorrent and Unacceptable”
Weinstein Co. Board Has Known About Payoffs To Women Since 2015
Yes, we know everybody knew but said nothing for some strange reason….
Lena Dunham blasted for tweet about Harvey Weinstein accusations
Harvey Weinstein is ‘heartbroken’ about losing the Obamas and Hillary Clinton as friends
Sanctimony bites Hollywood Democrats
Jamie Lee Curtis Calls Harvey Weinstein ‘Brutish Thug’ and Shares Her Own Sexual Harassment Story
Harvey Weinstein says he’s in counseling: ‘I understand’ my wife’s decision to leave
Harvey Weinstein: Prosecutors defend lack of action
NYPD, Prosecutors Point Fingers Over Harvey Weinstein Probe
UB begins process to rescind Harvey Weinstein’s honorary degree
How Harvey Weinstein threatened the careers of stars including Sienna Miller if they didn’t wear his British wife’s Marchesa label (and now its future looks doomed)
How Did NBC Miss Out on a Harvey Weinstein Exposé?
They didn’t “miss out”. They looked the other way because Harvey is one of them
Harvey Weinstein Suicide Threat Prompts Police Response
Harvey Weinstein and Daughter’s ‘Yelling Argument’ Prompts ‘Family Dispute’ Call to Police
British film academy suspends Harvey Weinstein
Disney, Weinstein Company Could Face Harassment Lawsuits as Scandal Widens
Anthony Bourdain takes aim at Harvey Weinstein after girlfriend Asia Argento revealed alleged rape
Harvey Weinstein Hires Patricia Glaser to Do Battle with TWC
Cara Delevingne Says Harvey Weinstein Sexually Harassed Her During Audition
Harvey Weinstein accuser: ‘I really thought that it was … my fault’
Léa Seydoux says Harvey Weinstein tried to sexually assault her
Seth Meyers says nature of Weinstein allegations makes jokes hard
Just pretend it’s Donald Trump
Paul Schrader Slams Harvey Weinstein for Recutting Films in Bizarre Facebook Post
Lindsay Lohan defends Harvey Weinstein in deleted Instagram video
Harvey Weinstein Flying to Europe Tonight for Sex Addiction Rehab
Of course, he’ll promptly return should charges be filed, right?
Ben Affleck Says He Is Sickened By Harvey Weinstein Allegations
Ben Affleck faces renewed criticism over friendship with Harvey Weinstein as lewd 2003 MTV video resurfaces
Ben Affleck Apologizes to Hilarie Burton for TRL Interview Misconduct: “I Acted Inappropriately”
6 actresses who were rumored to slept their way to the top with Harvey Weinstein
Ogre of Tinseltown: Why Keira Knightley is certain to thank Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein if she wins an Oscar
It took Hillary Clinton five days to issue this statement about Harvey Weinstein
Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner says he didn’t know about Harvey Weinstein allegations
Matt Damon Denies Trying To Kill 2004 NYT Harvey Weinstein Story: “If There Was Ever An Event And Harvey Was Doing This… I Would Have Stopped It”
Harvey Weinstein’s Wife Georgina Chapman Divorcing Him
USC Cancels $5 Million Endowment From Harvey Weinstein
DCCC to donate all Harvey Weinstein donations to women’s group

SNL mocks everyone — but remains silent on Harvey Weinstein
‘SNL,’ other late-night shows ignore Harvey Weinstein scandal — but not John Oliver
The Harvey Weinstein Scandal Could Take Down A Fashion Label
Hillary STILL isn’t giving back a cent of the millions Harvey Weinstein donated to the Clintons
Mira Sorvino, Rosanna Arquette and Asia Argento Accuse Harvey Weinstein of Sexual Harassment
Jeffrey Katzenberg refused to support Harvey Weinstein in plea before firing
Lisa Bloom Was ‘Totally Lied to’ by Harvey Weinstein, Did Not Know Severity of Allegations
Then she’s either a shitty lawyer or a liar
The Atlantic: One Harvey Weinstein in Hollywood, Another in the White House
This “story” was written 16 years too late
President Obama Is ‘Disgusted’ by Harvey Weinstein Sexual Harassment Claims

2013 Oscar host Seth MacFarlane’s shtick was so thoroughly offensive that we missed the truth about Weinstein’s predatory behavior. And now the joke’s on us.

Lena Dunham: Harvey Weinstein and the Silence of the Men
From Aggressive Overtures to Sexual Assault: Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers Tell Their Stories
Hollywood Figures Rebuff Harvey Weinstein’s Emailed Plea for Help
Audio: N.Y.P.D. sting operation
Fashion designer Donna Karan comes to Harvey Weinstein’s DEFENSE suggesting his victims may have been ‘asking for it’ by the way they dress calling the shamed mogul and his wife ‘wonderful people’
Gayle King rushes to defend Barack and Michelle Obama, saying they were unaware of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment despite having NO proof to back that claim
Jennifer Lawrence Says She Did Not Know About Harvey Weinstein’s “Inexcusable” Behavior
During the election, these geniuses told us who we should vote for and why. Now, nobody knows nuthin’

Rose McGowan Calls Out Matt Damon, Russell Crowe, Ben and Casey Affleck
Reluctant Alyssa Milano: My Comment on the Harvey Weinstein Scandal
Kevin Smith, Ryan Murphy, George Clooney and more men call out Harvey Weinstein
John Oliver blasts Harvey Weinstein amid barrage of sexual harassment claims
Jessica Chastain Was ‘Warned From the Beginning’ About Weinstein’s History of Sexual Harassment
‘Weinstein is a bad guy but Trump is far worse’: Rob Reiner says the President of United States is an ‘abuser’
Meryl Streep Speaks Out Against Harvey Weinstein
‘Harvey Weinstein’s Media Enablers’? The New York Times Is One of Them
Nathan Lane breaks his silence on how Harvey Weinstein ‘threatened to destroy him’ and ‘threw him against a wall’ at Hillary Clinton’s birthday 17 years ago
‘He begged me to massage him’: Model, 43, claims Harvey Weinstein stripped naked in front of her and chased her around a hotel room before bursting into tears saying ‘You think I’m fat’ when she refused to touch him

Yes, we’re “attacking the accusers”. What does it say about women who would even want to be in the same room with someone they repeatedly heard did this kind of thing?

Decades of Sexual Harassment Accusations Against Harvey Weinstein
Another man behaving badly in Hollywood — this time, Harvey Weinstein. What a shocker
Weinstein slams New York Times report over harassment claims, says he’ll sue for $50M
Leading Feminists of the Day Caught in The Tank with Harvey Weinstein
Lisa Bloom Defends Harvey Weinstein, Who’s Turning Her Book Into A Miniseries
I’ll fight the NRA to ‘channel’ my anger at myself for sexually harassing women
Flashback: Harvey Weinstein’s lawyer allegedly donated $10G to Manhattan DA who declined to pursue sexual assault charges in 2015
Visitor Records: Harvey Weinstein Visited Obama White House 13 Times
Harvey Weinstein’s generous donations, mostly to Democrats
At the end of the day, he’ll be rehabbed because he’s a Democrat

Opportunist Celebrities Who Demand Gun Control Have Armed Security

Whether we’re talking current or has-been actors, late night talk show hosts, partisan politicians or a presidential loser, the entitled opportunists are chiming in on the latest tragedy in Las Vegas and calling for gun control, again.

Michael Moore: Why the U.S. Has Trouble Effecting Change in Gun Laws
Lady Gaga says Congress has ‘blood on their hands’ while Julianne Moore calls their prayers ‘cheap sound bites that don’t protect innocent lives’ in call for gun control after Las Vegas attack
Lady Gaga, John Mayer, The Chainsmokers & More Demand Gun Control Following Las Vegas Shooting
Jimmy Kimmel Increases Security at Show Tapings Following Incidents with Trump Supporters
Ariana Grande calls for gun control following Las Vegas massacre
Celebrities call for US gun law reform, express condolences after Vegas shooting

Let’s not blow off how many of these celebrities have made millions of dollars in productions in which they’re depicted as shooting off dozens of rounds from cool-looking, exotic weaponry and killing many people who had it coming.

2014: Harvey Weinstein (Miramax) vows to stop making films that glorify gun violence

That lasted about a week and while celebrities will take time from their important schedules to lecture us about the scourge of gun violence in America, the Hollywood body count grows in proportion to their bottom lines.

From Sept. 22-28, the four top live-action movies — Kingsman: The Golden Circle, American Assassin, It and mother! contained 212 incidents of gun violence, 108 of them involving automatic weapons similar to the ones used by Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock.
The Hollywood Reporter, 10/10/17

And they sure make gun violence look pretty.

Gun control is never a topic when the body count gets into the dozens in black neighborhoods over a weekend in a gun-controlled Democrat district, or even when a Republican congressmen is shot during a baseball practice by a Bernie Sanders supporter.

What’s most hypocritical is that those using Las Vegas as a rallying cry for gun control are some of the most protected people in the country; celebrities who consider themselves more important than “ordinary people” and are most probably shielded by someone with… wait for it… a gun.


As for our concerned politicians expressing outrage today, they do so within federal buildings with armed guards and metal detectors because they also deem themselves more special than those who are forced to pay for their salaries and protection.

UPDATE: Oscars Security: LAPD Will Have Over 500 Officers On Hand at Red Carpet
More than 500 officers will be on hand, many of them working overtime, to ensure the safety of the 90th Academy Awards, along with firefighters, police helicopters and agents from the FBI. Private security guards from Security Industry Specialists will work the inside of the theater.

The city of L.A. bills the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for security, street closures, and other expenses related to the event. This year, the cost is $340,000, up from $300,000 for the last several years.

We’re patiently waiting for the first noble celebrity to announce he or she has disarmed a bodyguard to show they are going to abide by what they’re calling for the rest of us to live with… at taxpayer expense.

Quote Of The Day

I’m sure there’s boot quakin’ going on in Herndon, Virginia…

I shouldn’t say this, but I’ll tell it to you, Howard. I’m going to make a movie with Meryl Streep, and we’re going to take this head-on. And they’re going to wish they weren’t alive after I’m done with them.
Harvey Weinstein, to Howard Stern on movie about the NRA


Pulp Fiction, a Miramax productionBesides the fact I’d be willing to bet ol’ Harv travels around with armed security (because he’s “important” and deserves such protection), do you really think the National Rifle Association will be kept up nights wondering what Harvey and Meryl with throw at them when dozens of Miramax movies feature guns that made Weinstein wealthy and self-important in the first place?

By the way Harvey, thanks for the good taste in completing and releasing “The Crow” after Brandon Lee was accidentally killed on set… by a gun.