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Narrative Buster: Female Democrat Accused of Sexual Harassment
If you look through the past few months' worth of sexual harassment stories, you'll see a pattern emerge. Each of the accused is man, after man, after man, after... hold my p**sy hat, what's this? A woman! Yes, this report highlights the story of Andrea Ramsey.
Here's the scoop:
A female Democrat running for the U.S. House in Kansas plans to drop out of the race Friday after a published report raised questions about a 2005 lawsuit in which a former male employee accused her of making unwanted sexual advances and inappropriate sexual comments.
Andrea Ramsey, the Democratic congressional candidate ... is in the race to challenge Rep. Kevin Yoder., in 2018.
Gary Funkhouser filed the lawsuit in 2005. He and the company reportedly reached a settlement. Ramsey denied the allegations in the lawsuit, but her campaign said she will drop out of the congressional race.
She's definitely not the first lady creeperton to hit the scene (see Mariah Carey Accused of Sexually Harassing Her Male Bodyguard). And methinks she won't be the last woman accused of putting her manicured groin grabbers where they don't belong. Still, her story is worth noting. It disrupts the hyper anti-male narrative being floated by certain feminists of leftist persuasion. You know the one: New #SJW College Posters Say Nearly All Men Guilty of… Rape?
It seems Andrea isn't all too happy about her own party's tactics backfiring on her.
"In its rush to claim the high ground in our roiling national conversation about harassment, the Democratic Party has implemented a zero tolerance standard," Ramsey said in a statement to the paper. "For me, that means a vindictive, terminated employee's false allegations are enough for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee to decide not to support our promising campaign. We are in a national moment where rough justice stands in place of careful analysis, nuance and due process."
Yeah, due process is important. As is listening to potential victim testimonies. That's what some of us have been saying for a while. It's what Betsy DeVos was lambasted for by - you guessed it - feminist Democrats such as this lass. The left only cares about due process now that they've been caught with their paws in the non-consenting cookie jar. How convenient.