Molly Ringwald Refers to Republicans as the 'Rape Party'
If you're the rad type of bro who is totally down with the 1980s, you're probably familiar with Molly Ringwald. She was the redheaded hottie from all the John Hughes movies. Breakfast Club. Pretty in Pink. Sixteen Candles. You get the picture.
Seeing as we're long past the age of shoulder pads and the Pontiac Fiero, Molly isn't exactly in demand anymore. So, now she's copying all the other showbiz has-beens and becoming a professional leftist.
See for yourself:
It's no longer the Republican Party to me. It's the Rape Party.— Molly Ringwald (@Molly Ringwald) 1538682775.0
Yes, Brett Kavanaugh is a rapist, because a few women say so. #BelieveAllWomen. Yeah, about that...
Take note of the signs behind Molly. You might recognize the "H" logo as the same one belonging to a certain she-devil in a Dr. Evil suit. Who has a husband with a rich history of rape accusations. Whose accusers she personally savaged. Like Michael Moore savages a bag of Doritos. Yet, there's Molly Ringwald campaigning for Hillary with a smile on her face.
It's kinda hard to declare the Republicans to be rape apologists when there's zero evidence to suggest Brett ever partook in any rapery. Conservatives were more than willing to hear Christine Ford's story and to investigate her claims.
The FBI turned up absolutely nothing, other than an almost rape allegedly took place at a nondescript location at a nondescript time. Yet, on the basis of this non-evidence, we're supposed to put a size 15 boot to Kavanaugh's rear end. Lest we be forever known as lovers of rape.
"Believe all women" only seems to matter when the accused isn't a registered Democrat. The left has no problem downplaying accusations when the person on the receiving end is on their side of the aisle. Keith Ellison deserves the benefit of the doubt. Slick Willy as well. Though God help you if you have an "R" after your name.
The double standard is real, folks.