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Grabbing a Woman By The P-$$--; A Case Study in Elections

Written by John (the other John).

A Joke vs. Rape
This most disturbing and graphic title is in fact a legitimate issue in this year’s U.S. Presidential race. On one hand, we have the President who 11 years prior to being President joked about "grabbing a woman by the p-$$-" while unknowingly being filmed; and on the other hand we have a person who has been a politician in Washington DC for nearly five decades, who as US Senator actually did grab a woman in her private area (I will minimize the use of a vulgar and offensive word).

In the instant case, Trump in 2005 joked while being recorded for Access Hollywood that when a person is famous, they can grab a woman by the “p---y”, which caused a tremendous uproar by any and all Leftist groups as to the disgraceful words he used. Many thought that this would be the end of his campaign. But Trump stood up to these bullies (which infuriated these idiots even more because they were accustomed to bullying people into submission).

Turn the clock ahead to Biden, who has since been accused by Tara Reade (a former staffer) who stated:

"There was no exchange, really, he just had me up against the wall," ...

"I remember it happened all at once... his hands were on me and
underneath my clothes." He then penetrated me with his fingers,

"I remember him saying, first, as he was doing it 'Do you want to go
somewhere else?' and then him saying to me, when I pulled away... he said
'Come on man, I heard you liked me,'"

So basically, Ms. Reade said he “penetrated” her private area with his fingers; that is rape.

So as of now, we have Trump saying a joke, and Biden allegedly raping his staffer. A joke vs. rape. Which is worse?

Reaction by the “Virtuous” Members of Society
The analysis now shifts to how did/are the most “virtuous” high-minded progressive members in the US react/ing to these events. Because women were the target of these events, naturally the most virtuous of the virtuous include: 1) feminists in the #metoo movement, and 2) the media. Logically speaking, if an unrestrained outrage was the result of a joke, then naturally the outrage for an alleged rape would be nuclear explosive (just remember the outrage they showed over the uncorroborated accusations with Bret Kavanaugh).

Let us begin with the #metoo women, instead of being in rage, they are saying that every person deserves his “due process” being that the allegation could be false or fabricated. Huh??? “Due process”, did they assert “due process” for Bret Kavanaugh? With Bret, it was “guilty by accusation” despite there being no evidence. With Biden, it is “due process”. What ever happened to “women must be believed”? I guess that is gone when a Democrat is accused.

Now for the media. They are barely covering the rape allegation. And when they do, they blur the lines of reality by showing an unflattering photo of Tara Reade today:

Instead of the attractive photo of her in 1993 when the rape occurred.

The media’s attempt is to convince the public as to why would Biden rape an unattractive
woman like Tara. What the media is doing is absolutely disgraceful; shaming the victim.

Because the most exemplary people in our society are overlooking rape and instead attacking a mere joke, we can draw one of two conclusions:

1) Don’t joke about assault, “just do it”, or
2) If you are going to rape a woman, be a Democrat in a tough election race against a

Because when opposing Trump, a man can rape a woman, and still have the support of the most
self-righteous members of society.
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