Monday, November 27, 2017 by Jayson Veley
Liberals have a bad habit of namecalling and accusing conservatives of things, when in fact they need to take a good long look in the mirror. They accuse conservatives of being intolerant, yet they’re the ones who want to ban speech that they don’t agree with. They accuse conservatives of being racist, yet at the same time they support anti-white movements like Black Lives Matter. And more recently, they have accused conservatives like Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity and Donald Trump of sexism and sexual harassment, yet they’re not exactly innocent in that field either.
A few weeks ago, Trump hater and New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush took to Twitter to viciously attack political journalist Mark Halperin, accusing him of sexually harassing young female journalists. “Young people who come into a newsroom deserve to be taught our trade, given our support and enlisted in our calling – not betrayed by little men who believe they are bigger than the mission,” Thrush wrote.
This is yet another example of how liberals think that they have some sort of inherent right to lecture the rest of us on the difference between right and wrong. They believe that they are more moral than the rest of us, and that if everyone else just followed their lead and lived by their set of values, then our country and our world would be a much better place.
Unfortunately for Mr. Thrush, the difference between right and wrong seems to be blurred. You see, Thrush has a history of going out and drinking with young female journalists, trying to kiss them even when they refuse, and then telling others that the girls came on to him.
According to Vox, three of the women that Thrush has sexually harassed accused the New York Times reporter of everything from unwanted groping and kissing to drunken sexual acts and wet kisses out of nowhere, ultimately leading to Thrush’s suspension. Each of the three women — all of whom were in their 20s at the time — described feeling scared, violated, ashamed, and angry about the way that Thrush had treated them. It was a classic example of the experienced and established male preying on much younger and more vulnerable females. Thrush no doubt used his position of power and authority to not only get what he wanted from these girls but also to keep them quiet about it for years.
Of course, Glenn Thrush isn’t the only liberal pervert that has been exposed as of late. Over the past few weeks, several women have stepped forward and accused Senator Al Franken of sexual harassment and, more specifically, groping them during photo opportunities.
“He grabbed my buttocks during a photo op,” said one of the two women that have recently come forward who wanted to remain anonymous. The second woman, who also remained anonymous, accused Senator Franken of being a “serial groper.”
“I saw him and asked if we could take a photo together for my mother, and we stood next to each other,” she said. “And down his hand went.” In addition to groping, the second woman also claimed that Franken had sex with her in a bathroom. (Related: Senator Al Franken has been exposed as a sex predator who groped unconscious women while smiling for a sick photo.)
“My immediate reaction was disgust,” she said in an interview with the Huffington Post. “But my secondary reaction was disappointment. I was excited to be there and to meet him. And so to have that happen really deflated me. It felt like: ‘Is this really the person who is going to be in a position of power to represent our community?’ (Related: For more on government corruption, check out Corruption.news.)
So far, Al Franken has yet to formally apologize to these two women because “it’s difficult to respond to anonymous accusers, and I don’t remember those campaign events.”