CNN: What Democrat Sex Scandals?
The list of Democrats who are implicated in sex scandals nationwide is long and arduous. And the Leftmedia shrugs.
CNN has secured a number of self-inflicted pejoratives. For example, it’s not uncommon to hear it referred to as the Communist News Network. Well, here’s another one: Censorship News Network. Recall that the allegations against Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore blew up faster than a grandiose Independence Day fireworks show in Boston. Unbeknownst to many of the network’s followers, however, are the trove of recent salacious accusations against Democrats, whose systemically bad behavior CNN ignores.
The Daily Wire chronicles two dozen new allegations CNN opted to ignore, beginning with a Nov. 20 report in which four women allege that Bill Clinton assaulted them during his post-White House days. Lawsuits are reportedly in the works. And this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Other cases implicate former Rep. Bob Filner, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, California Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra, New Mexico congressional candidate David Alcon, Colorado state Rep. Steve Lebsock, Colorado House Speaker Crisanta Duran, Minnesota state Sen. Dan Schoen, California state Sen. Tony Mendoza, California state senate Democrat leader Kevin de León, Radnor Township Board of Commissioners president Philip Ahr, Georgia state Rep. Calvin Smyre, Florida Democrat Party president Sally Boynton Brown, New Mexico state Sen. Michael Padilla, Colorado state Rep. Paul Rosenthal, Illinois state Sen. Ira Silverstein, Missouri state Rep. Josh Peters, Nevada state Sen. Mark Manendo, Oklahoma state Rep. Will Fourkiller, Oregon state Rep. David Gomberg, former Washington state Rep. Brendan Williams, Connecticut councilman Scott Chamberlain, Florida state Sen. Jeff Clemens and Ohio Supreme Court Justice William O'Neill.
Every one of these names represents the Democrat Party. And every single one of these names the Demo/MSM seeks desperately not to acknowledge. The Leftmedia is covering the allegations against Democrats Sen. Al Franken and Rep. John Conyers, but only because they have no choice. Their stature renders it unavoidable. With these other names, their mostly non-national, lower profile offers an escape route. But just remember: Networks like CNN that choose to avoid these scandals while obsessing over Republican misdeeds — which exist but in smaller quantities — only prove that their goal is based on a political agenda, not fostering a truly bipartisan, sexual abuse-free environment for women.