Journalists are lazy around the holidays. Blame their pompous bellies gorged on a diet of pumpkin pie, bias bread, and moral roll-overs. It’s no surprise they neglected to mention Trump’s comments toward congressmen who have settled sexual assault lawsuits (with taxpayer money). The media doesn’t like plain, salty chesnuts of truth.
Pass the corrupt cranberry sauce, it’s about to get bitter.
On Tuesday, the president told reporters that he believes the names of congressmen that have settled sexual harassment lawsuits should be outed.
“I do. I really do. I think they should,” he said on the South Lawn of the White House before he departed for the Thanksgiving holiday in Mar-a-Lago.
He mentioned “I” three times, so he’s totes serious here. I’m not being sarcastic.
It was revealed last week by Democrat Calif. Rep. Jackie Speier, that over the last 10 – 15 years around $15 million has been paid to victims of sexual harassment from members of the House of Representatives.
Rep. Speier did not name names of the accused, nor did she mention the names of two representatives she said were currently serving in the House, other than to say one was a Democrat and the other is a Republican.
Trump has been fairly silent on the sexual assault issue until now. Likely because of certain comments made on a bus several years ago. He is making it clear all congressmen with settled suits should trade in their suits for McDonald’s uniforms. Would you like
fingering fries with that?
These are the jokes.
Taxpayers are funding these hushed up lawsuits. Only seems fair (remember “fairness”?) taxpayers find out to whom their money is funding. Especially if these congressmen are touching that which doesn’t belong to them. Then using that which doesn’t belong to them (our money) to cover up for the touches.
It’s time to name names. Let’s get as transparent as Louis CK in a dressing room.