From what I know about Washington DC, the Beltway in general, and most other important centers of American politics, it seems as if the Roman Emperor Tiberias would have found minimal issues in settling down in the area.
Corruption reigns supreme, perverts, sexual deviants, and poorly-closeted homosexuals clog the corridors of power, and the atmosphere in general acts as a sort of drain on the souls of those who may enter at first with noble intentions.
In fact, from what a couple of former DC political operatives/strategists have told me, sniveling worms like Douglass Mackey (Ricky Vaughn) stand out like paragons of virtue when compared to the sleaze that calls this nation’s capital home.
Not all that surprising, then, that we’re now learning that Kellyanne Conway was once the victim of sexual assault – many (especially Jews) love to defile White women, with the fairer ones fairing the worst.
An emotional Kellyanne Conway came forward Sunday and stated that she is a victim of sexual assault.
The revelation by Conway, counselor to President Trump, came during a tense back-and-forth with journalist Jake Tapper on CNN’s “State of the Union” while Conway defended the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
“I feel very empathetic, frankly, for victims of sexual assault and sexual harassment and rape,” Conway said. “I’m a victim of sexual assault.”
Now, I’m not saying definitely that a Jew is responsible for what happened to Kellyanne, but the odds are much better than poor if you take the kill ratio of #MeToo into account.
It could very well have been a degenerate Goy who attacked Ms. Conway (Washington does tend to attract and promote the worst of the worst of the White Race), but I’ll put a few dollars on the line that she’s become at least partially familiar with the word “Shiksa” during her professional career.
Conway added: “I don’t expect Judge Kavanaugh or Jake Tapper or Jeff Flake to be held responsible for that. You have to be responsible for your own conduct.”
Conway then went on to address the women who confronted Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., on Friday after he said he would vote to pass Kavanaugh through the judiciary panel.
“I want those women who were sexually assaulted the other day who were confronting Jeff Flake, God bless them, but go blame the perpetrator,” she said. “That’s who is responsible for the sexual assaults, the people who commit them.”
Flake, who originally said he would vote for Kavanaugh’s nomination, became a crucial factor in the process on Friday when he called on the White House to greenlight an investigation into new allegations of sexual misconduct leveled against Kavanaugh.
To put it delicately, this Kavanaugh business is one of the worst dumpster fires I’ve seen in years, and I’ve basically decided to avoid it as much as possible until all is resolved.
One thing I will say, though, is that at the end of the day, it doesn’t even seem like Brett’s guilt or innocence is the most important fact to absorb out of all this.
What should stand out is that the likes of Dianne Feinstein hold full responsibility for letting this spiral out of control – a spotlight example of the Jewish genetic drive to sow chaos in a host society.
Instead of passing on Christine Ford’s accusations against Kavenaugh (in her defense they were made when the Judge was just one of several potential picks for the Supreme Court) in a silent and confidential way, we got to see Feinstein’s ilk toss everything onto the pyre in full view of the entire nation.
Instead of letting the FBI privately vet the accusations against Kavenaugh (and quietly take him off the list if anything stuck), we saw Feinstein’s ilk leak names and details to the salivating media.
Now, no matter what comes of these allegations (I’m not even entertaining the Puerto Rican broad or the random Jewess Swetnick), lives are ruined forever, and hand rubbing somewhere is reaching levels unheard of in recent times.