The hate filled Liberal Senator and sexual molester from Minnesota Al Franken said today that he will quit Congress in a few weeks, and RIGHTFULLY so. Get his ass out of there, I say. One less sick perverted Liberal hater is a good thing in my book.
Franken's decision comes after multiple women came forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct and after over a dozen of his Democratic colleagues (mostly women) called for him to quit. No doubt this is a political decision so the Democrats can claim the moral high ground on the sexual molestation issue, the assholes!
Fortunately, it will not give Democrats the political morality edge they need because the voters don't give a crap, as the election in Alabama will likely prove. I speak of the fact that Alabamians are about to send Roy Moore to the Senate. Roy Moore is a Christian candidate who a number of women have lied about (according to him).
Me, I also don't care. I hope that Roy Moore IS sent to the Senate. In any case it should be noted that the Governor of Minnesota will appoint the new Senator from Minnesota until the next election, and currently Governor Dayton of Minnesota is a Democrat, so we can expect to see a Democrat appointed temporary Senator for Minnesota (damn!).
Although it is not a given that an election in Minnesota will vote for a Democratic Senator. Franken won his election by less than 400 votes and the election went to the Minnesota Supreme Court. He was re-elected a second time comfortably, but MN could swing back red.
I sure hope so. We need more Republicans in Congress to support President Trump's awesome agenda of screwing Liberals, disassembling the welfare state, doing everything in their power to make sure more worthless poor people die, cutting the taxes on rich folks, inflaming the Middle East, possibly touching off a nuclear war with North Korea, and other things that will Make America Great Again.
McConnell (the Republican leader of the Senate) who was saying just two weeks ago that Moore should not be in the Senate if the allegations against him were true and he said he believed the women who were making those allegations, now says he supports Moore and all Republicans should vote for Moore. The president of the United States (a Republican) has endorsed Moore and the RNC has restored funding for his campaign.
If I lived in Minnesota I would absolutely NOT vote for the Democratic candidate, whoever he or she may turn out to be. But I'd also not vote for the Republican candidate. Because I don't vote. I do have a lot to say about politics, however. Namely how much I hate Liberals and their hate. They hate Trump and think that's enough for them to win elections on. The loss of the loser Hillary Clinton proved that strategy to be a loser, yet they persist in it.
Anyway, let's hope Franken's resignation is not the last word on sexual misconduct by federal politicians. His conduct was not as bad as Moore's conduct, or Trump's conduct, not to mention the many elected officials who have current allegations of sexual misconduct against them, but he was a Liberal, so I cheer his departure. So far, Democrats have had two of their leaders resign over this issue because of pressure from their own party (hurray!).
Republicans are forging ahead with their accused sexual perverts, so there is a clear choice for women to make, and ONLY women. Men realize "boys will be boys" and that "sexual harrassment" or "sexual misconduct" is a bunch of hooey and that women should stop their whining.