#MeToo PAC Goes After Accused Male Politicians… But Just Republicans

The PAC is trying to raise at least $250,000 to target a handful of candidates in this year’s midterms, and they are all Republicans.

The origins of #MeToo started on the Hollywood casting couch. The abusers are overwhelmingly liberal. Yet the liberal ladies decided to give the ideologically identical males a free pass, and only target men on the right. But they don’t seem to mind allowing real abusers to continue abusing, or that their targets may not be actual abusers at all.

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A political action committee (PAC) affiliated with Women’s March is targeting 2018 political candidates accused of sexual misconduct, harassment or other offenses against women.

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But so far the PAC’s list of targeted candidates only includes Republicans and excludes several prominent Democrats accused of sexual misconduct, domestic abuse or covering up harassment.

The Enough Is Enough Voter Project launched on Monday to “end a culture that protects the careers of powerful men who abuse women or other survivors, and put this issue before the voters,” Stanford Law School professor Michele Dauber said in an announcement on Monday.

Dauber, who specializes in feminist, gender and sexuality studies, launched the PAC in coordination with the Women’s March Sister Network and Feminist Majority, a pair of left-wing nonprofits.

“We are going to put rape culture on the ballot across the country,” Dauber said.

Dauber’s group has currently singled out five candidates, two at the congressional level and three at the state level, for defeat in the 2018 elections. All five are Republicans.

One targeted candidate, Minnesota Rep. Jason Lewis, has not been accused of abuse or sexual misconduct, or of covering either abuse or misconduct. Lewis is on the list because he “has a long history of making misogynistic and demeaning statements about women,” Dauber’s group explains. More

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