#MeToo Leader Accused of Getting Handsy With a Male Staffer
Ever since Weinstein, allegations of sexual misconduct have been spreading like the clap at a hippie commune. At first, the stories had legitimacy. Then, things quickly devolved. Now, casting a look of yearning in the general direction of a woman is the same as making whoopee with her against her will. Thanks in no small part to the #MeToo bandwagon.
The left should have known it wouldn't be long before this McCarthy-like movement came back to gnaw their hind-parts into ground beef. This #MeToo leader just got herself #MeToo-ed by a male staffer.
A California Democrat who was featured in Time magazine’s Person of the Year issue for her role in the anti-sexual harassment “#MeToo” movement has been accused of drunkenly groping a male legislative staffer at a softball game in 2014.
Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia allegedly stroked the then-25-year-old staffer’s back, tried to squeeze his buttocks and attempted to grab his crotch as he walked away from her.
The staffer, Daniel Fierro, worked for Assemblyman Ian Calderon at the time. He did not immediately report the incident but in January told Calderon, also a Democrat, who reported it to Assembly leaders.
Garcia was “clearly inebriated” during the 30- to 35-second episode, Fierro said.
“Her hand was there and it slipped down to my butt and she tried to squeeze," Fierro added.
Hollywood rapery gave birth to the whole #MeToo movement and, at first, there was good reason for it. Then, opportunistic feminists had to throw their pu**y hats into the ring. Suddenly, every head-shaven leftist pudgemonster in America has a tale of that one time a guy complimented their socks on the subway. The horror.
#MeToo has trivialized sexual harassment. Now, a guy getting his rear-end felt up by a drunken #MeToo leader is on the same level as him getting plowed in a prison shower. After the bar of Irish Spring slipped from his grasp.
The movement's higher-ups are a victim of their own creation. Sucks to be them.
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