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*[[John Edwards]], 2004 Democrat VP candidate used campaign funds as hush money to payoff a female journalist covering him who had an extra-marital affair with him. Encouraged her to have an [[abortion]].
 
*[[John Edwards]], 2004 Democrat VP candidate used campaign funds as hush money to payoff a female journalist covering him who had an extra-marital affair with him. Encouraged her to have an [[abortion]].
  
*Eric Massa, Democrat Congressman accused of groping multiple male staffers, according to reports in 2010.  
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*Eric Massa, Democrat Congressman accused of groping multiple male staffers, according to reports in 2010.
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*Archie Parnell, Alabama candidate for US House, beat his wife with s tire iron.
  
 
*Al Green, Democrat Congressman paid harassment settlement out of slush fund.
 
*Al Green, Democrat Congressman paid harassment settlement out of slush fund.

Revision as of 12:39, 22 May 2018

After the acquittal of President Bill Clinton on charges related to his widely known harassment and abuse of women, a culture tolerant of sexual misconduct became acceptable in subsequent decades among liberal elites in mainstream journalism, Hollywood, and the Democrat Party. The following is a chronicle of known incidents.

During a rash of sexual assault and harassment allegations beginning in the fall of 2017, many incidents reaching back years, most private sector employers terminated the accused perpetrators immediately. However Democrat Congressional leaders were slow to pressure Democrat members of congress to resign.[1]

Journalists and media

  • Matt Lauer, Today Show host. Lauer worked on NBC's Today Show for 23 years and was unceremoniously fired after multiple accusations of sexual assault. Lauer had a push button electronic locking device from his desk to the door, trapping women inside his office in NBC studios where most of the assaults took place. Other assaults occurred on road trips while covering the Olympics and other events. NBC executives are said to have ignored many complaints over many years.[2]
  • Charlie Rose, CBS and PBS anchor and interviewer, accused by staffers and job seekers of misconduct.[5] It was such that even the ordinarily left-wing Late Show with Stephen Colbert ultimately covered the material.
  • Mark Halperin, ABC News political director and author of Game Changer, a hit piece on Sarah Palin.
  • John Hockenberry, NPR host, accused of sexual misconduct.[6]
  • Tavis Smiley, PBS host, allegations of sexual misconduct.
  • Garrison Keillor, host of NPR's long running Prairie Home Companion, fired for sexual misconduct.[8]
  • Mario Batali, co-host of ABC's The Chew, allegations of sexual misconduct.
  • Robert Klug, CBS News Executive Director, told a producer to sleep with co-workers to advance.[9]
  • Rick Najera, Director of CBS's "Diversity Showcase," Democrat donor. Alleged sexual harassment.
  • Michael Oreskes, NPR Senior Vice President of News faced allegations going back two decades to his time with the New York Times.[10]
  • David Sweeney, NPR Chief News Editor, ousted over allegations of sexual misconduct.[11]
  • Teddy Davis, senior producer on CNN's State of the Union show hosted by Jake Tapper fired for inappropriate behavior.[12]
  • Lockhart Steele, the editorial director for Vox Media. thanks
  • Soledad O'Brien, MSNBC news anchor, apologist and activist in support of Bill Clinton' sexual abuse and defaming critics and accusers.
  • Matt Zimmerman, NBC Today Show.
  • Jann Wenner, Rolling Stone owner
  • Hamilton Fish V, Publisher of the New Republic, liberal media figure. Accused of sexual harassment.
  • Ian Prior, senior editor for the Guardian.
  • Matt Sullivan, Guardian.
  • Glen Thrush, New York Times reporter hired to trash the Trump White House.
  • Matt Taibbi
  • George Stephanopoulos, Clinton White House Communications Director. Promised a "scorched earth" against Clinton accusers.
  • James Carville, Clinton spokesperson. Referred to Clinton accusers as trailer park trash.
  • Norah O'Donnell, felt that the private sex lives of public officials shouldn't be investigated when credible allegations of misconduct were made.[14]
  • Leon Wieseltier, Editor at the New Republic, liberal media icon. Accused of rampant sexual harassment.
  • Knight Landesman, Publisher of Artforum, Democrat donor. Accused of groping, sexual harassment.

Hollywood celebrities & donors

  • Bill Cosby, convicted of sexual assault.[16]
  • Russell Simmons, Chairman and CEO of Rush Communications, cofounder of Def Jam Recordings and Democrat donor accused of sexually assaulting 17-year-old girl.[17]
  • Ben Affleck, Academy Award-winning actor, director, screenwriter and producer, took over coordinating Hollywood A-List donations to leftist candidates and causes after Weinstein's allegations became public, accused of groping and harassment.[18]
  • Oliver Stone, Academy Award-winning filmmaker, was accused of sexual harassment by Melissa Gilbert.[19]
  • John Lasseter, founder of Disney's Pixar animation studios.[20]
  • Joy Behar, Emmy Award-winning host called Bill Clinton's accusers "tramps".[21]
  • James Toback, Hollywood screenwriter and director behind films like "The Pick-up Artist," "The Gambler" and "Bugsy" was accused by 38 women of sexual harassment throughout the years.[22]
  • Chris Savino, Nickelodeon fired the creator of The Loud House animated show after a dozen women accused him, in a story from the Hollywood Reporter, of "sexual harassment, unwanted advances and inappropriate behavior."[23]
  • Roy Price, head of Amazon Studios, was suspended after a story from The Hollywood Reporter detailing harassment allegations against him made by a producer of the Amazon series "The Man in the High Castle."[24]
  • Louis C.K., Emmy Award-winning comedian, actor, writer, producer, director and Democrat activist. Accused of sexual misconduct.
  • Brett Ratner, Hollywood director, Democrat donor. Accused of rape, sexual assault, harassment.
  • Andrew Kreisburg, Hollywood producer, Arrowverse (i.e., the continuity for the live action DC shows Arrow, The Flash, DC Legends of Tomorrow) and Supergirl showrunner, Democrat donor. Alleged sexual harassment, and undergoing an internal investigation by Warner Bros. after at least fifteen women voiced complaints about his actions.[25]
  • Andy Dick, Comedian, actor, Democrat donor. Alleged groping, sexual harassment.
  • Steve Jurvetson, Co-founder of a venture capital firm, SpaceX board member, Democrat donor. Accused of sexual misconduct.
  • John Besh, Chief executive of Besh Restaurant Group, Democrat donor. Alleged sexual harassment.
  • Jeffrey Katzenberg, head of DreamWorks Animation and former Disney Animation chairman, as well as a massive Democrat donor, was exposed by Molly Ringwald as having stated about her in 1995 that he "wouldn't recognize her if she sat on [his] face." Katzenberg, when confronted with this, both denied any knowledge of having said that, and then apologizing as if he had indeed done it in a very contradictory manner. Ironically, this revelation came in shortly after penning an email condemning Weinstein as a monster.

Office holders

  • Bill Clinton, acquitted of sex related perjury and obstruction of justice charges on a party line vote of 45 Democrat Senators in 1999. Among his victims who didn't survive to make accusations is
    • Judi Gibbs - January 3, 1986. Penthouse model, and call girl. Judi Gibbs appeared in the December 1979 issue of Penthouse, and later worked at a bordello in Fordyce, near Mena, Arkansas which also ran a blackmail operation with photos taken of the customers with their girls. According to the Gibbs family, Bill Clinton was a regular customer of Judi, and there were photos of him having sex with her. While cooperating with law enforcement in a drug investigation, Judi died when her house burned down. No cause for the fire was found. Judy had called the fire department to report the fire, but her body was found on the floor in front of a ground floor window, near a door that would have allowed her escape. In a sworn statement, Clinton bodyguard Barry Spivey related how he had been with the governor when the governor's plane had flown over Judi Gibb's house and Clinton had shown Judi's penthouse photos on the plane and pointed out the house.
    • Since leaving the White House in 2001, Bill Clinton faces 4 new sex charges.
  • Hillary Clinton, long reputation of using threats, harassment, and intimidation against her husband's accusers.
  • Al Gore, 2000 Democrat Presidential nominee and former VP, a "crazed sex poodle" accused of sexual harassment.[26]
  • Joe Biden, Democrat 2020 Presidential frontrunner, accused of striping down naked in front of female Secret Service agents whenever his wife wasn't home.[27]
  • Al Franken, Minnesota Democrat Senator and former Saturday Night Live cast member and writer, multiple charges of groping and sexual assault.[28] Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill condemned Franken and returned $30,000 in donations she receive from Franken. Franken's only motivation to run for Senate was his outrage over Bill Clinton's impeachment on charges related to sexual misconduct.
  • John Conyers, longest serving member of Congress and Senior Democrat, paid off an accuser with taxpayer money.[29]
  • Anthony Weiner, Former Democrat Congressman. In federal prison for sexting underage girls.
  • John Edwards, 2004 Democrat VP candidate used campaign funds as hush money to payoff a female journalist covering him who had an extra-marital affair with him. Encouraged her to have an abortion.
  • Eric Massa, Democrat Congressman accused of groping multiple male staffers, according to reports in 2010.
  • Archie Parnell, Alabama candidate for US House, beat his wife with s tire iron.
  • Al Green, Democrat Congressman paid harassment settlement out of slush fund.
  • Raul Grijalva, Democrat Congressman paid out $48,395 to a female staffer with taxpayer money in a settlement for creating a hostile work environment.
  • Ruben Kihuen, Democrat Congressman. Kihuen's campaign finance director quit the campaign because of repeated harassment and sexual advances.[30]
  • Alex Kozinski, Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
  • Alcee Hastings, former federal judge and Democrat Congressman.
  • Mel Reynolds, Former Democrat Congressman. Convicted of raping a 16-year-old girl who volunteered for his campaign in 1992. Reynolds was convicted of statutory rape, among other charges, in 1995. He served five years in prison for the crime. While in prison, he was also convicted of 16 unrelated count of bank fraud, for which he served an additional 42 months.
  • Bob Filner, Democrat Congressman accused by a fellow Congressperson of harassment.[31]
  • David Wu, Former Democrat Congressman accused of an "unwanted sexual encounter" with the teenage daughter of a longtime friends, according to reports in 2011. Wu admitted to senior aides that the encounter did occur. Wu was accused of sexual assault at Stanford University in 1976 and disciplined by the university.
  • Brock Adams, Former Democrat Congressman. Accused by eight women of sexual harassment, abuse, rape.
  • Eliot Spitzer, Former Democrat Governor of New York, resigned in a scandal involving prostitutes.
  • Paul E. Patton, Former Democrat Governor, after his mistress broke off an affair, Kentucky filed numerous violations against her business.

Academics

  • Jean-Paul Sartre, existentialist philosopher and writer, and was also notorious for his sleeping around with multiple females, as well as writing scathing letters after the fact. This also led to several girls having broken lives afterwards, fighting amongst each other, some even committing suicide.[32][33]
  • Simone de Beauvoir, girlfriend of existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre and feminist icon, author of "The Second Sex", had made misogynistic statements like encouraging women to slice off their breasts due to them being irrelevant to a woman's "individual economy",[34] claiming girls feel "sick" with their bodies,[35] viewing any maternal instincts at all as being "oppressive",[36] considering the role of homemaker and housewife as "parasitic" as well as strongly implying they should get rid of it altogether,[37][38] and also forced one of her girls to undergo an abortion that nearly killed her.[33] In addition, she also acted as a procuress for Sartre of several girls, and even engaged in lesbianism with several of them, which also included abducting and molesting them. This ultimately got her teaching license revoked.[33][39] She, like Sartre, also considered a woman who lost her virginity to Sartre a "liberated woman."[32]

See also

References

  1. http://thefederalist.com/2017/11/29/top-democrat-politicians-shouldnt-resign-sex-assault-allegations/
  2. [1]
  3. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/justice-democrats-ousts-cenk-uygur_us_5a3eb4d1e4b025f99e178181
  4. http://dailycaller.com/2017/12/16/nbc-made-payment-to-staffer-after-sexual-harassment-claim-against-chris-matthews/?utm_campaign=atdailycaller&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social
  5. [2]
  6. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/john-hockenberry-former-public-radio-host-accused-of-sexual-misconduct/
  7. http://variety.com/2018/tv/news/tom-brokaw-sexual-harassment-nbc-news-correspondent-1202789627/
  8. [3]
  9. https://nypost.com/2017/11/26/cbs-told-me-to-sleep-with-coworkers-to-get-ahead-suit/
  10. http://money.cnn.com/2017/11/01/media/michael-oreskes-npr/index.html
  11. https://nypost.com/2017/11/28/another-top-npr-exec-out-over-sexual-harassment-allegations/
  12. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/cnn-jake-tapper-fires-senior-producer-complaints_us_5a1f7a65e4b0a8581e67e92f
  13. http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2017/11/20/nbcs-mitchell-smeared-broaddrick-discredited-blasts-trump-official-roy-moore/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social
  14. https://www.c-span.org/video/?114617-1/washington-journal-saturday&start=1892
  15. https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/harvey-weinsteins-army-of-spies
  16. https://www.campaignmoney.com/biography/bill_cosby.asp
  17. http://freebeacon.com/culture/democratic-donor-accused-sexually-assaulting-17-year-old-model-1991/
  18. http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/11/entertainment/ben-affleck-apology/index.html
  19. https://pagesix.com/2017/11/20/melissa-gilbert-accuses-oliver-stone-of-sexual-harassment/
  20. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/business/wp/2017/11/21/disney-animation-guru-john-lasseter-takes-leave-after-sexual-misconduct-allegations/
  21. [4]
  22. http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/la-et-mn-james-toback-sexual-harassment-allegations-20171018-story.html
  23. http://money.cnn.com/2017/10/19/media/nickelodeon-chris-savino/index.html
  24. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/amazon-tv-producer-goes-public-harassment-claim-top-exec-roy-price-1048060
  25. http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2017/11/11/warner-bros-suspends-supergirl-producer-19-people-allege-years-sexual-misconduct/
  26. http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/sex/al-gore-crazed-sex-poodle
  27. https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/compost/wp/2015/02/18/what-are-we-going-to-do-about-creepy-uncle-joe-biden/
  28. https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/11/franken-allegations/546092/
  29. http://dailycaller.com/2017/11/20/revealed-top-democrat-paid-off-sexual-harassment-accuser-with-27k-in-taxpayer-money/
  30. [5]
  31. [6]
  32. 32.0 32.1 http://www.biographile.com/6-degrees-of-infatuation-an-ode-to-frisky-french-writers/28496/ – Kelsey Osgood – 6 Degrees of Infatuation: An Ode to Frisky French Writers; Biographile, published at February 11, 2014
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-559137/Dangerous-liaisons-sex-teens-The-story-Sartre-Beauvoir-told-before.html
  34. Second Sex, op. cit. p.43
  35. Ibidem p.257-258
  36. Ibidem p.70, 392-393
  37. The Second Sex, 1949. Cited in Domestic Felicity: Feminism vs. Women's rights
  38. "Sex, Society, and the Female Dilemma," Saturday Review, June 14, 1975.
  39. https://www.avoiceformen.com/feminism/simone-de-beauvoir-a-nazi-a-pedophile-and-a-misogynist/

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