The popular narrative of MeToo, eagerly pushed by liberal outlets, is of vulnerable women taking down powerful men. My story is very much the opposite of that.
Roy Moore was dragged through the mud as evil scum for accusations similar to those Jacob Blake’s girlfriend made to police, but Blake is being sainted.
After all the hype, the Democratic Party’s Me Too-era reckoning over Bill Clinton ended with the former president getting a speaking slot at the 2020 DNC.
Leftists are using Reade’s diminishing credibility as an opportunity to paint conservatives as cynical political operators and hypocrites because they gave consideration to Reade’s allegation.
Conservatives calling out hypocrisy aren’t rewriting history. We’re ignoring the New York Times’ semantic diversion to hold Democrats accountable to the standard they created. Will they #BelieveWomen or not?
Those who objected to the ‘believe women’ injunction did so not because they hated women or failed to hate rape, but because they discerned its shortsightedness and potential for abuse.
“And in that moment, I knew this was really bad. I knew I was it was more than just like the assault,” former Senate aide Tara Reade told Megyn Kelly.
When Kelly asked whether she would take a polygraph test, Reade responded, “I’m not a criminal. Joe Biden should take the polygraph.”
After Sara Gideon said Susan Collins’s support of due process was disqualifying, she is conspicuously silent on sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden.
Even after 35 hours of interviews, 2,000 hours of behind-the-scene footage, and copious amounts of vintage B-roll, Nanette Burstein’s documentary doesn’t tell viewers anything new about Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The women who came after Brett Kavanaugh are now giving pass to Joe Biden because it’s politically expedient, and that hurts women on the right and the left.
Before the Me Too movement, women who cried assault were often ignored. In this new era, women are to be believed based not on evidence, but on their ability to be used for politics.
Based on available evidence, we can at least be nearly certain Tara Reade’s story about Joe Biden has been consistent since 1993.
A new report in The Intercept provides some additional corroborating evidence for Tara Reade’s allegation of sexual assault against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
Woody Allen tries and fails to present himself as worlds away from his screen persona of a hopelessly neurotic, oversexed failure with women and an all-around coward.
Ruth Marcus and others at the Washington Post who led the effort to destroy Brett Kavanaugh’s life based on unsubstantiated allegations know that what they did was evil.
Coverage of the Joe Biden sexual assault allegation definitively shows that the media protect political allies who are accused of sexual assault and attempt to destroy those they perceive as political opponents.
Tara Reade’s story about Joe Biden went untouched by the New York Times, the Washington Post, and most of the legacy media for 19 days.
Unable to defeat Schlafly in life, cultural elites in Hollywood are now attacking her posthumously in the brazenly dishonest ‘Mrs. America’ series.
While Alyssa Milano is hesitant to believe Joe Biden’s accuser without a ‘thorough investigation,’ she believed Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation against Brett Kavanaugh the same day it went public.
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