UPDATE: So I’ve been trying to keep up with any Franken updates, and I found that just a few hours ago he called for an ethics investigation on himself.
Now I suppose (((Al))) might just be feeling extra guilty or may just be trying to be unbiased and transparent, but let’s just put on the tinfoil hat for a moment or two.
Say this investigation comes back saying that his groping incident (done two years before entering the Senate) is just grounds for ejection or forced resignation. Now fast forward a couple of months and witness Roy Moore winning his election and being inaugurated as Alabama’s newest Senator.
Would there then be precedent for his alleged activities in the 1970’s to be reasonable justification for censure/expulsion?
You’ve gotta think like a Jew sometimes when seeking to understand certain motives and scenarios – this could all be ridiculous speculation, but then again we’re talking about someone whose ancestors murdered Jesus Christ.
Original article follows below:
Another Jew caught treating a woman like a slab of meat?
Whoever would have thought such a thing could be possible?
And yes, just for the record I want to say that I fully believe the half-Asian girl’s story – I’ve known Jews similar to Franken on a personal level, and they all have a weird deviant side to them hiding just beneath the surface.
A female radio host claims Al Franken, now Minnesota’s junior Democratic senator, made a lewd gesture while she was sleeping aboard a military plane on her way home from a USO tour several years ago. She also claimed he forcibly kissed her when they were performing together for troops overseas.
…She claims that in 2006 Franken insisted on kissing her as part of a rehearsal for an act. He later groped her while she was asleep on a plane, she also claimed. Franken was elected senator in 2008.
Franken apologized to Tweeden in statement today and “to everyone else who was part of that tour, to everyone who has worked for me, to everyone I represent, and to everyone who counts on me to be an ally and supporter and champion of women.”
“I respect women. I don’t respect men who don’t,” he continued. “And the fact that my own actions have given people a good reason to doubt that makes me feel ashamed.”
Actually, the red pill translation of this is that you’re ashamed because you were caught.
Jews do not have a moral compass in the way we Whites understand, and find it next to impossible to experience true remorse and guilt – a study of their sacred Talmud serves as the best proof for such a statement.
Tweeden said she and Franken traveled to Afghanistan to entertain U.S. troops stationed there.
“On the day of the show Franken and I were alone backstage going over our lines one last time. He said to me, ‘We need to rehearse the kiss.’ I laughed and ignored him. Then he said it again. I said something like, ‘Relax Al, this isn’t ‘SNL’ … we don’t need to rehearse the kiss.’ He continued to insist, and I was beginning to get uncomfortable,” she wrote in her KABC piece.
She said that she acquiesced “so that he would stop badgering me” and that when he kissed her, he “put his hand on the back of my head, mashed his lips against mine and aggressively stuck his tongue in my mouth.”
The alleged groping incident occurred while Tweeden appears to have been asleep on the plane returning to the U.S. She says she was unaware of what allegedly took place until after she arrived home and was looking through a CD of photos that a photographer on the trip gave her.
I couldn’t believe it. He groped me, without my consent, while I was asleep,” Tweeden wrote. “I felt violated all over again. Embarrassed. Belittled. Humiliated.”
It’s really funny in hindsight when I think back to how everyone called us insane and “conspiratorial” when we suggested that sexual misconduct, pedophilia, and just straight-up degeneracy pervaded the highest reaches of government and media – especially among those of Jewish descent.
These people brushed off those who accused prominent Jewish film directors of grooming and raping young boys, claimed Jews like Harvey Weinstein were perverted exceptions to the rule, and brushed off the fact that we’ve even had a Speaker of the House (Dennis Hastert) exposed for serial buggery/pederasty in the not-too-distant past.
Well, now we’ve got one of the more-annoying Rootless Cosmopolitans in Congress caught in the net of sex abuse, and I’m just curious as to how this specific story is going to play out.
My guess is that we’ll see numerous apologies, and then either a clean resignation for (((the greater good))), or a rapid burial of the whole incident – Roy Moore is far too important a target at the moment due to the likelihood that he would probably call out others involved in sick activities if he were to sit in the Senate.
Just imagine if Moore were to hear of Al’s fun escapades in the midst of a working lunch – I’m going to assume that this sort of incident was common knowledge among Senators and Congressmen alike.
Do you really think he would have stayed quiet for more than a decade?