What about the Democrats? If they are going to point fingers, what about their morality? What about their treatment of women? What about their perversions and debauchery?
John Conyers, a Democrat member of the House of Representatives, has been caught up in the plague of sexual impropriety scandals infesting the liberal left ever since they decided to open Pandora’s Box with their false accusations of Alabama’s Judge Roy Moore. Conyers has been irreverent in the face of the accusations, suggesting that he is somehow immune to such things, and above the law, because of his position in government.
Conyers’ colleague, Jim Clyburn, was asked about the accusations against Conyers, while walking to an elevator with Congressional Black Caucus chairman Cedric Richmond (D-LA). The question posed was, “Other men in other industries have faced similar accusations … and gotten out of the way, resigned, stepped down, far faster than he has, right … Harvey Weinstein, Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer?”
Clyburn responded by asking, “who elected them?”
“So it’s different because he’s elected,” but the elevator doors closed before Clyburn might have responded.
Clyburn later posted his official statement regarding a House Resolution that read very differently than the flippant response to reporters in the halls of the Capitol.
“As elected officials, we ought to be held to a higher standard,” Clyburn said in his statement. “Congress must review and improve the current administrative procedure for victims to come forward. All harassment and discrimination allegations must be taken seriously.”
Clyburn claims he supports a House Resolution “which would require each Member, officer and employee of the House to complete anti-discrimination and anti-harassment training.
“The allegations against Congressman John Conyers are very disturbing, and I am aware he has emphatically denied them,” Clyburn wrote. “The House Ethics Committee should conduct a prompt, deliberate and thorough investigation.”
The Democratic caucus held a meeting, and according to a post on Twitter, Representative Linda Sanchez complained that elected members of Congress shouldn’t “be held to a higher standard” than others when it comes to sexual harassment.
Conyers, the longest serving member of the U.S. House, has been reported to have settled a wrongful termination complaint a couple years ago by a staffer who accused him of sexual harassment.
Conyers has denied the allegations and resisted calls for his resignation, but stepped down from his role as the ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee.
Clyburn isn’t the only Democrat strutting around as if Conyers and gang somehow has some kind of immunity to the law. Nancy Pelosi, the Democrat Party Minority Leader in the House of Representatives, described Conyers as an “icon” on Meet the Press, and then defended the party’s moral high ground on sexual harassment issues, especially because one of Conyers’ accusers is bound by a nondisclosure agreement. Colleague Kathleen Rice of New York did not take kindly to Pelosi’s remarks, stating that Pelosi, “set women back, and quite frankly, our party back, decades.”
Rice was among a group of Democrats who vocally opposed Pelosi’s reelection as Democratic leader when the caucus voted after the November election to give Pelosi another term.
Then, Trump got dragged into the conversation. The sexual harassment madness plaguing the Democrat Party, according to Conyers, Clyburn, Pelosi and Rice, is all Trump’s fault. Yet, it is the policies of the Democrat Party, their history of their own war on women, and their lack of moral decency that has actually unleashed the sexual harassment monster now slamming politics and the media.
Pelosi finally suggested, after pressure over her Meet the Press remarks, that Conyers should resign, and then realized that was a mistake too, so she turned on Trump.
“There’s a new day. And the courage of the women coming forward is something that is making a big difference. But also the attitude in the country, which I think some of it springs from the election of Donald Trump as president.”
In truth, it has nothing to do with Trump. They are mad for power, and they thought they finally had the final nail to slam into the GOP’s coffin with Hillary Clinton. Then came Trump who not only ran with an “R” after his name, but he’s also outside the establishment and can’t be controlled. It is driving the Democrats nuts.
Their worldview, however, is what has placed the Democrat Party in the position they are now. Trump was just the right guy who ran at just the right time. They were already falling apart because they had gotten to the point where they were so arrogant they weren’t even hiding their support of cultural Marxism. Plus, their supporters, the media, Hollywood, all of the creative types who have somehow reached a pinnacle in their industries, have no morals. Weinstein is not the exception, he’s the norm, in those industries, and now that they decided to attack the Republicans with accusations of sexual impropriety, they have drawn a bright spotlight to themselves, as well. Indeed, the demons they claim haunt the GOP actually represents who the liberal leftists are at their core.
Feminism and the sexual revolution has combined to take mainstream society on a roller coaster ride of immorality that the Democrats can’t stop. They support homosexuality. They support cross-dressing, genital mutilating people who are actually in need of mental health care. The militant anti-Christian leftists have full control of the party, the communists hold on to the reins of the Democrat Party, and now the chickens of their immorality and sexual arrogance is coming home to roost.
While they have been claiming to have this “don’t judge” attitude in defense of their anti-Christian crusade, now it is turning out that they are not only anti-Christian, they are anti-decency. They have no moral message, they have no positive or uplifting message, and Americans are sick of it. The lefitsts have decided they are the definers of morality, and their anti-moral stance is exploding in their faces.
Weinstein and Conyers were preceded by Anthony Weiner and Bill Clinton. The perverts have always been there, but now they are trying to point fingers. The problem is that for each finger they are pointing, three are pointing back at them, and they don’t know what to do about it except to claim they are above the law, and it must be Trump’s fault.
They have been challenging the premise of what is right and wrong, and now their lack of godliness has caught up to them. Right and wrong is self-evident to a virtuous people, and the public is seeing the evil the Democrats stand for, the debauchery they represent, and now it is turning against the Democrats. The culture war has been going full throttle, and the bad guys in that war have now been exposed. The culture war is a war over morality. The left has always preached pluralism, right and wrong is determined by the eyes of the beholder, and it turns out they are wrong.
Godliness is necessary for a society to be virtuous, and only a virtuous society is capable of liberty. There are consequences for immoral behavior and for being an immoral society. They have been working to eliminate consequences for incorrect behavior, and in the end, no matter how much wealth or fame or power they have, they are discovering that it all means nothing if one is morally bankrupt.
They are not good people, and now it has been exposed. They think they are above the law, but their debauchery has caught up to them. Freedom requires morality, and they have none.
The Democrats have been happy to be reprehensible and perverted because they could always just point fingers at the Republicans, who claim to be moral. The Alinsky tactic that was in play to make the GOP live up to their morals, because nobody can truly follow every rule, has turned against them. What about the Democrats? If they are going to point fingers, what about their morality? What about their treatment of women? What about their perversions and debauchery?
~ Afterword ~
All of the following have these points in common: Know Democrats, donors to the DNC, accused sexual predators.
Ben Affleck, Gavin Baker, Ken Baker, Alec Baldwin, Hadrian Belove, John Besh, Eddie Berganza, Stephen Blacmer, David Blaine, Mariah Carey, Nick Carter, Louis C.K., Stephen Colbert, David Corn, Andy Dick, David, Richard Dreyfuss/ Harry Dreyfuss, Shadie Elnashai, Davin Faraci, Adam Fields, Hamilton Fish, David Guillod, Benjamin Genocchio, Gary Goddard, Tyler Grasham, John Grissom, Rolf Harris, Mark Halperin, Andy Henry, Dustin Hoffman, Jeff Hoover, Erik Horine, Israel Horovitz, Johnny Iuzzini, Jesse Jackson, Danny Jordaan, Peter Aalbaek Jensen, Ethan Kath, Garrison Keillor, Robert Knepper, Andrew Kreisberg, Robert Knepper, Andrew Kreisberg, Harry Knowles, Jessy Lacy, Roger Lamay, Knight Landesman, John Lasseter, James Levine, Steve Lebsock, Ryan Ly, Benny Madina, Peter Martins, Danny Masterson, Cameron Mitchell, Jasdon Mojica, Murry Miller, Rupert Myers, Rick Najera, Michael Oreskes, Jeremy Piven, Roman Polanski, Roy Price, Twiggy Ramirez, Brett Ratner, Joy Reid, Terry Richardson, Gilbert Rozon, Geoffrey Rush, David O. Russell, Chris Savino, Mark Schwahn, Robert Scoble, Ryan Seacrest, Charlie Sheen, John Singleton, Russell Simmons, John Singleton, Tom Sizemore, Oliver Stone, Kevin Spacey, Lockhart Steele, Andy Signore, Russell Simmons, David Sweeney, Jeffery Tambor, George Takei, Lawrence Taylor, Glenn Thrush, James Toback, John Travolta, Adam Venit, Bruce Webber… This is only a partial list. I have more…a lot more. ~ Wenal Prantamporn
Written by Douglas V. Gibbs and published by Canada Free Press ~ December 5, 2017.
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