I personally feel if Trump is going to send out “Tweets” about Al Franken’s SEXUAL “harassment allegations” then the press or anyone else can also ask the President the same questions. If there EVER was a time for Trump to keep his big mouth shut, this area about “Sexual Harassment” WAS that time!. For whatever reason why Franken apologized you do have to give him credit for doing that, but we can NOT say our President did the same for ANY of the 16 WOMEN that were allegedly harassed assaulted, and other inappropriate behavior by him!!
As a society, we are finally beginning to hold powerful men to account for their disgusting sexual abuse and harassment, but this movement for accountability will ring hollow if it doesn’t apply to the most powerful, and public, sexual harasser in America—The President Of The United States!.……. Papa Mike
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has received a wide array of sexual misconduct questions from the briefing room podium in recent days.
Sexual misconduct allegations against Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore and Minnesota Senator Al Franken have reignited the past harassment allegations against numerous politicians, including President Trump. President Trump was accused of past sexual harassment by multiple women during the 2016 presidential campaign.
The president has vociferously denied any wrongdoing. During Friday’s briefing, Sanders was asked about Trump’s 2016 presidential adversary, Hillary Clinton, weighing in on the sexual misconduct allegations against him. Clinton ominously said in a recent interview that she “worries” about Trump’s behavior from his past “because it tells you how he behaves in the present and will in the future.”
When a reporter asked Sanders to comment on Hillary’s critique of the president’s alleged sexual behavior Sanders shut down the question cold, saying:
I Think Hillary Clinton Probably Should Have Dealt With Some Of Those Of Her Own Issues Before Addressing This President.
A woman receiving SSDI welfare sparked outrage this week after sharing a video featuring an animal reaping the benefits of the U.S. welfare system.
The video went viral, but the original video was later yanked from YouTube.
The unnamed woman in the video can be seen visiting a grocery store, where she purchases two lobster tails with her EBT card.
Addressing minimum wage, the woman mocks how long the grocery store employee would have to work in order to pay for the $13.98 lobster tails — nearly 2 hours — and points out that the minimum wage workers then have to pay taxes, which end up going to people who receive handouts like her.
Later at home, the woman brings out her two mobile phones. One, she says, is her own phone, and the other was provided by the government. She then compares her two phones to that which the grocery store employee had — a flip phone that probably gets shut off all of the time because the employee can’t afford to pay her bills.
Toward the end of the video, the woman admits that she receives Social Security Disability Insurance for depression, and feeds her dog the lobster tails.
“This is my Coach keychains,” she says as she pulls a set of keys out of her purse. “These three keychains here, they cost more than those minimum wage people’s f***ing car payment.”
Laughing, she adds, “Well actually, most of them don’t even have f***ing cars, they’re using f***ing public transportation!”
The woman then mentions that she’s on social security for depression.
“I’m on social security for depression,” she says. “Depression is a disability. So if you’re too depressed to work full-time, apply for social security.”
Concluding the video, she says, “So, this is what the minimum wage people will pay for is for me to give lobster to my f***ing dog and make a YouTube video about it mocking them.”
The liberal women on “The View” tried to pivot the conversation to President Donald Trump while discussing accusations of sexual assault against Democratic Sen. Al Franken.
News anchor Leeann Tweeden accused Sen. Franken of forcibly kissing her during a USO entertainment tour in 2006, and shared a photo that shows Franken groping her breasts while she was sleeping.
“I certainly don’t remember the rehearsal for the skit in the same way, but I send my sincerest apologies to Leeann,” Sen. Franken said in a statement. “As to the photo, it was clearly intended to be funny but wasn’t. I shouldn’t have done it.”
The women of “The View” gave Franken credit for apologizing and then Joy Behar tried to switch the conversation to talk about Trump.
“What about Trump, his people are saying that those women who accused him are liars!” Behar exclaimed.
Conservative panelist Meghan McCain responded, “oh my god, this isn’t about Trump right now though,” clearly fed up with Behar’s insistence on making every conversation about the president.
“This is serious. I know her. And when you’re saying ‘what about Trump, what about Trump,’ this is about Leeann!” McCain said exasperatedly. “This is an epidemic…bipartisan, across party lines.”
Sunny Hostin chimed in to save Behar, stating, “I think Joy’s point is that we’ve talked about, you know, do politicians get a pass. You know, we heard the Hollywood Access tape and his accusers, 16 of them.”