Trump Accusers Wish Congressional Investigation

Trump Accusers Wish Congressional Investigation

Trump Accusers Wish Congressional Investigation

Three women accusers have banded together to request a Congressional Investigation of President Donald Trump. Fox News reported:

Three women, who previously have accused President Trump of sexual misconduct, banded together Monday to call for a congressional investigation into the president – in what could be an opening effort to shift the sexual harassment spotlight from Congress to the White House.

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“I ask Congress to put aside their party affiliations and ask that they investigate Trump’s history of sexual misconduct,” Rachel Crooks said during a press conference in New York City Monday. “If they were willing to investigate Senator Franken, I think it’s only fair that they do the same for Trump.”

Rachel Crooks, Samantha Holvey and Jessica Leeds accuse Donald Trump of sexual misbehavior.

Fair is fair, right?

Except that we passed go on “fair” a long time ago. The Feminist Collective has de-empowered women and turned them into wilting flowers whose delicately balanced self-esteem requires that they be sheltered from any behavior that might offend them. Victory Girls’ legal eagle Jenny North expressed my thoughts perfectly with her November blog post “Reject the Collective Feminist Ideology that Makes Monsters of All Men”. You can go read it now. I linked it. I will just wait here while you read it.

Jenny’s final paragraph is apt.

Today’s feminists fight imaginary villains, and seek totalitarian-like power. That is an ideology of annihilation, not equality, and I will continue to reject it, until it recognizes the natural law that men are partners in the future of humanity.

This is about both the Democrat need to hold on to power and the whatever wave of feminism that we are on need to annihilate masculinity. I mean, for real, when you think of real men do you think Senator Chuck Schumer? Stop laughing.

Here is the CNN video news clip of the women accusers lodging their complaints and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (Dupe, NY) responding and and calling on President Trump to resign.

Rachel Crooks says that Trump kissed her on the lips when she was a receptionist for his company. Jessica Leeds says that in the 1970’s Trump groped her on a plane (isn’t there a statute of limitations somewhere). And, poor little Samantha Holvey was a contestant in the Miss USA and we’ll let her tell you in her own words:

Samantha Holvey, a former Miss USA pageant contestant, alleged that during one pageant, Trump came backstage to where the contestants were in hair and make-up in bathrobes.

“He lined us up, and I thought this was going to be like a meet and greet, like ‘hi, how are ya, nice to meet you,’ it was not,” Holvey said on NBC. “He was just looking me over like I was a piece of meat, I was not a human being, I didn’t have a brain, I didn’t have a personality. I was just simply there for his pleasure. It left me feeling very gross, very dirty. This is not what I signed up for.”

Later, at the press conference, Holvey said it was her “dream” as a young girl to compete in a pageant.

Samantha, dearest child, you wore a swimsuit in the beauty pageant. Did you think that people were evaluating your brain then?

And, finally, this quote from Miss Rachel Crooks:

But Crooks said the White House’s response was “laughable.”

“A person with this record would have entered the graveyard of political aspirations never to return, but yet, he is president of the United States,” she said.

Oh, Rachel, do the names President Clinton and President Kennedy mean anything to you? Google them. Their proclivities with women were well known and covered up by a complicit media long before they became President of the United States. Maybe, you could Google Mary Jo Kopechne also.

President Donald Trump is a boor. President Donald Trump has in the past been known to exhibit ungentleman-like behavior. He used to go on the Howard Stern radio program and say the most vile things. President Donald Trump is a New York City builder. They are not known for their refined manners.

These accusers have really nothing to accuse Donald Trump of doing that is relevant today. The same can be said of Senator Al Franken (I truly despise this subhuman beast) and Judge Roy Moore, the Senate candidate in Alabama. Old allegations used to run men out of office with no due process.

I say to men: be very wary of these predatory snowflakes. Always keep your door open. Only meet with women in the most public of places and have witnesses and security with you.

It’s fitting that the documentary company that is sponsoring these accusers is called “Brave New World”. If you have not read “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley, I suggest that you do. The fascists who want rigid control over our lives will look familiar to you as the Feminist Collective types trying to destroy masculinity.

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9 Comments
  • GTB says:

    No, only this…you can’t be impeached for activity you may or may not have done while you weren’t president.

  • Timmy says:

    I’d like to see the police reports for these alleged assaults.

  • Johnny says:

    Jessica’s account was completely debunked by an eyewitness. The other two accusations don’t even merit discussion.
    Case closed.

  • CSS says:

    Excellent post Toni. Thanks for the clarity and perspective from a Victory GIRL!

  • Wfjag says:

    Let’s apply a concept apparently unknown to feminists, the alphabet media, and Democrats: The rule of law.

    Please cite the provision in the Constitution authorizing Congress to investigate the President for non-criminal behavior which occurred before the election?

    These allegations were aired during the campaign, so the voters had the chance to consider them in deciding for whom to vote. While the choice between a man who has been known to sometimes act like a jerk while enjoying the vast fortune he oversaw the creation of, vs. a sociopathic, pathological liar whose main career accomplishments were staying married to a man who repeatedly humiliated her with his ill-hidden, repeated infidelities and influence peddling, wasn’t the choice I may have wished for, it was the one presented.

    President Trump won. Elections have consequences. Among them, ladies (a term loosely applied in this context) is that your butthurt does not rise to the status of a Constitutional issue; you’ve had your 15 minutes of fame and are well past your shelf-life; so, it’s time to move you off the public stage and to move the public debate onto important issues like the threats of North Korea and Islamic terrorism, Tax Reform and sustaining economic growth.

  • GWB says:

    Again, timing is everything. Where have these women been in the last year? Evidently NOT pursuing this claim. This is so obviously a case of staffers sitting around grumbling about “What do we do now?” and one them snaps his fingers, lights up, and announces, “Hey! We forgot about those women who accused Trump during the election!” Then the phone calls start.

    Regardless of the truth, that just looks dirty to most normal people. “Hey, now that all this is ‘in the air’ we can accuse Trump again!” seems unfair to many.

    And then, to dilute any power the accusations might have had, the meat in heels beauty pageant contestant says he made her feel cheap because he looked at her. Sweetcheeks, it’s not a “brains pageant”, it’s a beauty pageant. If you think otherwise, then you really don’t have enough to compete anyway.

  • GWB says:

    Oh, and here’s some quotes from a PJMedia article about why they aren’t taking their accusations to court:

    “What am I going to sue him for? Being really creepy? That’s not something that would stand up in court,” Samantha Holvey … said in a press conference.

    “I don’t think the courts are the place to go,” added Jessica Leeds, who accused Trump of moving his hand up her skirt during a flight. In Leeds’ case, the event happened so long ago that a legal case is unimaginable — the statute of limitations has passed.

    Leeds added. “I don’t have any thoughts of going to the courts for this. We have to deal with the public.”

    the women seem to acknowledge they do not have a legal case against the president. Even Summer Zervos, the former “Apprentice” contestant and sexual assault accuser who is suing Trump, has taken him to court for defamation, not for sexual assault.

    • Stacy0311 says:

      Of course they don’t want to go to the courts. What with all of those pesky rules about evidence and discovery and worst of all, actual facts.

      It would be nice to see Donald Trump’s personal lawyer serve them with a civil suit for slander and defamation.

  • GWB says:

    And more comes out about these folks. Prominent lawyer sought donor cash for two Trump accusers.
    Evidently at least one of the accusers wouldn’t go for it.

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