Kavanaugh’s Accuser Gets All The MSM Attention… While Keith Ellison’s Gets None
Keith Ellison domestic violence accuser says the Democratic party doesn’t believe her story… The ex-girlfriend accusing Democratic Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison of domestic abuse told her doctor in 2017 about alleged “emotional and physical abuse” from Ellison.
A second Minnesota woman also accused him of domestic violence. And a police 911 report confirms the incident.
How is it never the right time for the media to bring up a Democrat doing the same thing.https://t.co/ARMqZvyoxb
— News Narc (@news_narc) September 20, 2018
If you know the name Christine Blasey Ford but not Karen Monahan, you must ask yourself, “Why?”
In the past few weeks, the nation has been transfixed on nearly every detail surrounding the confirmation process of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. The week after the contentious hearings, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, indicated that she possessed a letter charging the nominee with sexual misconduct while a teenager in the early 1980s. Since then, and especially now that we know the accuser’s name, it’s been a literal he said/she said.
While the mainstream media is focused on what comes next in the ongoing D.C. drama, Democrats remain suspiciously quiet concerning allegations about Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn. The claims of abuse against the current congressman, deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee, and candidate for Minnesota Attorney General are serious and most importantly, documented. If we just compare the two situations, the strength of the claims against Ellison overtake the assertions directed at Kavanaugh. In fact, if Kavanaugh were facing claims similar to those of Ellison, his time on the national stage would be in immediate and serious jeopardy.
Ellison’s accuser took to social media on Monday morning with claims against her own party, the Democrats. But with the makeup of the Supreme Court currently hanging in the balance, who has time to listen to a woman 1,000 miles away from the Washington Beltway? Her story isn’t politically convenient. […] More