Maine Republican wife beater leaves the White House

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Maine Republican wife beater leaves the White House

Coming on the heels of the resignation of newly departed White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter, (wife beater with zero security clearance), the flailing Trump administration lost another domestic abuser today.

White House speechwriter and former LePuke bootlicker David Sorensen has resigned after his former wife claimed he was violent and emotionally abusive during their marriage.

This White House has more employee turnover than your local McDonalds! Well, they both have an orange clown as their mascot.

Thank the sweet baby lord Jesus we have a truly Christian man in the Oval Office. He only hires the best people.

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More lithium .... Stat!

More lithium .... Stat!

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If that don't qualify for a

If that don't qualify for a rimshot..........

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I'm picturing Thomas licking

I'm picturing Thomas licking those stilettos of Pelosi, hoping to get an upward glance.

Watch out for falling pancake makeup, Thomas.

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No Bruce Mel deserves the

No Bruce Mel deserves the rimshot.

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Bruce who?

Bruce who?

BTW, I'd be more worried about falling chins.
If those numerous facelifts ever let go, WATCH OUT BELOW !

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Well !

Well !
I believe both recommendations are valid.
Both are awarded a well earned
Drum Roll and Rimshot.

Ever wonder if someone "accuses", Thomas Carter ,of something if he will leave AWG.

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Thankfully no liberal has

Thankfully no liberal has ever abused his spouse........or at least the press didn’t make a big deal about it.....Delaware senator Tom Carper admitted to slapping his wife in a 1998 interview with a veteran political journalist in the state, confirming an accusation he denied when first running for Congress.

Carper represented Delaware first in the House, then was elected governor in 1993, and has been in the Senate since 2001. He fought the accusation that he hit his wife when it first emerged during his 1982 run for Congress, saying it was “without basis in fact” and pledging to sue the New York Post, which first published the accusation in 1982, for libel.

Carper won in 1982 largely by attacking his Republican opponent for his “vicious” efforts to “smear” him and his wife, but 16 years later he admitted to Delaware reporter Celia Cohen that the accusation was true all along.

“Did I slap my wife 20 years ago? Yes,” Carper said. “Do I regret it? Yes. Would I do it again? No.”

And it gets worse. Carper apparently hit his wife “so hard he gave her a black eye.” Plus his children have said “that they were slapped around and bruised by Carper for doing such things as leaving the family dog on the bed.” Not only is he wife beater, he’s a child abuser.

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The Democrat/Liberal puke

The Democrat/Liberal puke Lion of the Senate merely drowned his lady friends. This was not abuse however.

This from the Daily Wire extolling the virtues of the Dems we know and love....

7 Times Democrats Stood By Sexual Abusers
ByAaron Bandler
October 11, 2016

While leftist Democrats are frothing at the mouth over Donald Trump's recently unearthed misogynistic comments on women, they seem to forget that Democrats have a bad habit of standing by sexual abusers when they happen to be affiliated with the Democrat Party

Here are seven times where Democrats stood by sexual abusers.

1. Bill Clinton. As the Daily Wire's Amanda Prestigiacomo has chronicled here, the former impeached perverted Democrat president has been accused of sexual abuse by at least 14 women. Clinton's wife, Hillary, led the efforts to smear and degrade the women rather than stand up to her husband's philandering escapades. The media has always whitewashed these accusations against Clinton rather than do more thorough investigative journalism into the matter.

2. Hillary defended an alleged child rapist in 1975. The Daily Wire's Frank Camp details here how the Democratic presidential nominee was able to get the alleged rapist's sentence reduced and how she tore down the victim, a 12-year-old girl, as someone who "is emotionally unstable with a tendency to seek out older men and engage in fantasizing" and has a history of making "false accusations about persons" in the past. Clinton cackled about the case in an interview years later.

3. Former Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA). The book The Nixon Tapes, unearthed recordings from within the Oval Office during Richard Nixon's presidency revealing Henry Kissinger discussed with the president how Kennedy was "allegedly groping and harrassing Cristina Ford, the wife of Ford executive Henry Ford II, during a dinner party at Kennedy's house."

"All during the dinner she had to fight him off because under the table he was grabbing her by the legs," Kissinger said, prompting Nixon to exclaim: "Oh Christ!"

Their conversation continued:

Kennedy’s attempted wooing of Ford then got more intense, Kissinger explained. “Then, she said, he followed her to New York. They [the Fords] have an apartment there, in the Carlyle Hotel. He [Kennedy] rented one ten floors down. Walked up the stairs, practically beat her door down.’’

“And she said she’s been pursued by many men in her life, but Teddy, just, is impossible! She finally told him, ‘What if the newspapers get this?’ He said, ‘No newspapers are going to print anything about me. I’ve got that covered,’ ’’ Kissinger said.

“Jesus Christ!’’ Nixon said. “That’s pretty arrogant.’

It's also worth noting that Kennedy–well known for being a sexually-depraved drunk–is responsible for the death of Mary Jo Kopechne after the late Massachusetts senator drove off a bridge and left Kopechne in the backseat of the car to die as he went back ashore and failed to call for help. Kennedy also allegedly blackmailed John F. Kennedy, Jr., the late son of former President John F. Kennedy, to go to the 1991 trial of his cousin, William Kennedy Smith and support him. Smith was accused of rape. The late senator is also accused of asking Carrie Fisher point blank if she would have sexual intercourse with Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT), and she said no.

Despite Kennedy's ways, he has always been affectionately known by the left as "the Lion of the Senate."

4. Former Rep. Mel Reynolds (D-IL). Reynolds was found "guilty on two counts of solicitation of child pornography, four counts of obstruction of justice and three counts each of aggravated criminal sexual abuse and criminal sexual assault" in 1995, according to the Chicago Tribune. On the last day of his presidency, Clinton granted clemency to Reynolds, allowing the former congressman to go free.

5. Former Sen. Brock Adams (D-WA). Adams, who at one point was adored by leftists as a rising star in the Democrat Party, was accused in 1987 of assaulting a woman named Kari Tupper, who claimed that Adams had drugged her, and when she woke up began "weeping and feeling nauseated, with Adams fondling her hips and breasts and kissing her on the lips," according to the Washington Post. It took over a year for a journalist to a report her story, and when it finally was reported, there was little to be heard from leftists.

"No feminist groups rushed to Tupper's defense," reported the Post in 1992. "No calls were raised for a Senate investigation. No debates raged on radio talk shows in the nation's capital."

Eventually, eight other unidentified women came forward with similar accusations, prompting Adams to forgo his re-election for Senate.

"His critics and his supporters, Republican and Democrat, seem to speak of him with the same words: 'tragic waste,' 'brilliant mind,' 'lost his way,' 'I hope he gets help,'" reported the Post.

6. Former Rep. Fred Richmond (D-NY). In 1978, Richmond was arrested for soliciting "sex from an underage male prostitute" and received "psychiatric counseling" as a result, according to U.S. News and World Report. He stayed in Congress until 1982, when he plead guilty to drug possession and tax evasion.

7. Former Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-HI). Inouye was accused of constantly sexually harassing his hairdresser in an incident in which they had "nonconsensual intercourse 17 years ago and persistent gropings in years since." The hairdresser, Lenore Kwock, "was tricked into telling her story by a female campaign worker associated with Mr. Inouye's Republican opponent, State Senator Rick Reed," according to the New York Times. Kwock didn't press charges against Inouye, but she "passed a lie-detector test and, among likely voters, 42 percent said they believed her at the time versus just 20 percent who believed Inouye’s denials," according to Hot Air. A Hawaii Democratic state senator claimed there were more women that Inouye allegedly harrassed, but the Senate Ethics Committee didn't launch an investigation because none of the women wanted to cooperate.

Inouye also once reportedly told Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), "Don’t lose too much weight now. I like my girls chubby."

Inouye has been widely admired among Democrats, as President Barack Obama called Inouye his "earliest political inspiration."

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Hard to shake that Bill

Hard to shake that Bill Clinton stink that is so pervasive with liberals, and the women love it.

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So do I understand this

So do I understand this correctly-it's OK to do something wrong as long as someone else did it before you?

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Yeah, that's it.

Yeah, that's it.

you, muttsy, TC, jesper, and your ilk have been liberally applying that rule for years.

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We have been living in an era

We have been living in an era where just making an accusation can ruin a person's career. I am thinking of the falsely accused day care owners in Winslow back in the 90's. If you don't like someone make a wild accusation and step back. If the media wants the damage done they will carry the ball for you. When it is proved the accusation was false a year or two later no one will remember. The court of public opinion has a much lower standard than the legal court where you are innocent until proven guilty. Both may very well be guilty or one or both may have a vindictive ex; either way the court of public opinion will have already passed the sentence.

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The dems sudden concern for

The dems sudden concern for women being abused makes me wonder why. Care to explain why Matt, Jack ?

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Once upon a time, a couple

Once upon a time, a couple who lived in my neighborhood were divorcing.
There were two minor children, and each parent was fighting for custody.
Our relationship to this couple was pretty much limited to saying hello out in the yard, but our children did play together.
During the custody battle, I was called (on the phone) by an advocate for the children.
She asked me if I could corroborate some accusations made by the wife against the husband.
I couldn't, as I had witnessed none of it.
I volunteered that I had, however, witnessed the wife coming to my house blind drunk and collapsing on my couch in front of my young children.
On another occasion, she came to my house to ask if I had seen the colorful balloons strung up on Main Street and Route One. She thought the balloons were a secret signal for some sort of action to be carried out by some unknown, nefarious group. Actually, the local Chamber of Commerce had placed the balloons around town to draw attention to an event they were holding.
(On that day, I knew this woman was shall we say not packing a full sea bag.)

The dad got full custody. The woman was counseled into the mental health system. (And not just because of my statement.)
The children grew up happy and healthy, and now have great jobs and are in happy marriages.

Moral of the sad story: sometimes the man is the victim.

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More Cultural Revolution as

More Cultural Revolution as we bomb the shit out of other countries.

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The big picture here is we

The big picture here is we have moved beyond actual facts ,to the accusation is everything and all that matters.

No iIdo not condone domestic abuse in any form.

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Moral of the sad story:

Moral of the sad story: sometimes the man is the victim.

That is entirely possible in this case.

Here is Sorensen's statement: https://www.centralmaine.com/2018/02/10/after-abuse-claims-lead-to-resig...

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I thought this link would

I thought this link would connect to Sorenson's detailed "dossier" on the subject, which I have read. But I can't see where it does.

Perhaps Thomas Carter will chase it down and post it.

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As bubba Clinton said to one

As bubba Clinton said to one of his rape victims..” you better put some ice on that.”.......

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Time to call in Hillary's

Time to call in Hillary's spiritual counselor, he knows about harassing women. See he kept his job, protected by a person who Thomas might have voted for, a women who wrote the book on politics of personal destruction.

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Just think, Dems were ready

Just think, Dems were ready to elect a woman who is known for violence against men, not to mention her husband who is a very well known abuser, rapist not once but twice, liberal women even wear strange pink hats to celebrate the former first family.

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