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i see all these headlines of democrats (hollywood peeps included) having all these sexual assault scandals....but only 1 conservative judge from alabama?  Wondering when the run on repub pervs will come to light...unless perhaps it truly is the majority democrats lol

Anytime I see a repub sex scandal it seems to involve sucking off men in a bathroom

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2010–2017[edit]

Chris Lee, Representative (R-NY), resigned hours after a news report that he had sent a shirtless picture of himself flexing his muscles to a woman via Craigslist, along with flirtatious e-mails.[131] He did not rely on a pseudonym or a false e-mail address but used his official Congressional e-mail for all communication. Lee said: "I regret the harm that my actions have caused my family, my staff and my constituents.... I have made profound mistakes and I promise to work as hard as I can to seek their forgiveness.”[132] (2011)

Anthony Weiner, Representative (D-NY), admitted to sending sexually explicit photos of himself to several women through his Twitter account.[133] He resigned from Congress on June 16, 2011,[134] but kept sexting after his resignation.[135] (2011)

Scott DesJarlais, Representative (R-TN), admitted under oath to at least six affairs, including two affairs with his patients and staffers while he was a physician at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, TN. Additionally, while running on a pro-life platform, DesJarlais made his ex-wife have two abortions, and tried to persuade a mistress who was his patient, into an abortion as well.[136][137][138]

David Wu, Representative (D-OR), resigned from the House of Representatives after being accused of making unwanted sexual advances toward a fundraiser's daughter. July 26, 2011.[139][140]

Herman Cain ® 2012 Republican presidential candidate, was accused of sexual harassment by several women. These accusations eventually caused him to suspend his run for the presidential nomination (2012)[141][142] including Sharon Bialek, Karen Kraushaar, and having a 13-year affair with Ginger White.[143][144] Donna Donella also reported possible inappropriate behavior.[145][146][147]

Vance McAllister, Representative (R-LA), who is married and the father of five, was caught on surveillance camera deeply kissing a married staffer. Several prominent Republicans asked McAllister to resign. In response, he stated he would not seek re-election in 2016.[148][149] McCallister said: "There's no doubt I've fallen short and I'm asking for forgiveness. I’m asking for forgiveness from God, my wife, my kids, my staff, and my constituents who elected me to serve". (2014)[150]

Blake Farenthold, Representative (R-TX) was reported to have paid $84,000 of taxpayer money, via the House of Representatives Office of Compliance, to settle a sexual harassment complaint from a former staffer. Farenthold's former communications director Lauren Greene sued the congressman in December 2014,[151] and a settlement was reached in 2015. The identity of Farenthold with respect to taxpayer involvement was made public in 2017. This was the first documented case of taxpayer funds being used to settle sexual harassment complaints against a member of Congress. (2014)[152]

Dennis Hastert, former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (R-IL), pled guilty to structuring bank withdrawals in order to conceal deliberately-unspecified misconduct by Hastert against an unnamed individual years earlier.[153]At a sentencing hearing in October 2015, Hastert admitted that he had sexually abused boys while he worked as a high school wrestling coach decades earlier. (2015)[154][155]

Donald Trump ®, the 45th President of the United States, was accused of sexual assault by 13 women during the 2016 election and he denied the allegations.[156] The allegations arose after The Washington Post released a 2005 video of Trump, recorded on a hot microphone by Access Hollywood, in which he brags about groping women.[157] In the video, Trump said, "I’ll admit it. I did try and **** her. She was married. ... You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. I just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab them by the ****. You can do anything."[158] The tape was released two days before a televised debate against Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, at which he dismissed the video as "locker room talk."[159] Trump himself renewed the controversy a year later by alleging that the video was fake,[160] to which Access Hollywood replied, "Let us make this perfectly clear — the tape is very real. Remember his excuse at the time was 'locker-room talk.' He said every one of those words."[161][162]

Tim Murphy, Representative (R-PA), had an extramarital affair with Shannon Edwards, a 32-year-old forensic psychologist. The pro-life Murphy asked Edwards to have an abortion after she became pregnant. The information was revealed as part of Murphy's divorce proceedings and published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette after it fought in Pennsylvania state court to have the documents unsealed. Murphy resigned his seat in Congress.

Roy Moore, U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama ® has been accused by nine women[163] of sexual misconduct with them when they were in their teens. The first of his accusers said that at the time, she was 14 years old, while he was 32.[164]

Al Franken, Senator (D-MN), was accused by radio newscaster, Leeann Tweeden, of forcibly kissing her and later groping her without consent during a U.S.O. tour in 2006. Tweeden produced photo evidence of the grope, taken by Franken when Tweeden was asleep. Franken admitted to the allegations and apologized for his actions.[165]

Joe Barton, Representative (R-TX) acknowledged he took and emailed nude photos of himself in 2015, following their leak in November 2017.[166]

  • John Conyers Jr. , Congressman(D-MI), A former staffer for Rep. John Conyers Jr. of Michigan has accused the Detroit Democrat of unwanted sexual advances. Speaker Paul D. Ryan and Representative Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader, each told reporters that Mr. Conyers, Democrat of Michigan, should resign after a woman who settled a sexual harassment claim against him said on television that the lawmaker had “violated” her body, repeatedly propositioned her for sex and asked her to touch his genitals.[167]

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2010–2017[edit]

 

  • Eric Massa, Representative (D-NY), resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted groping and tickling of multiple male staffers. He later stated on Fox News, "not only did I grope [a staffer], I tickled him until he couldn't breathe," (2010)[124][125]
  • Mark Souder, Representative (R-IN), a staunch advocate of abstinence and family values,[126][127] resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted extramarital affair with a female staffer. (2010)[128][129][130]
  • Chris Lee, Representative (R-NY), resigned hours after a news report that he had sent a shirtless picture of himself flexing his muscles to a woman via Craigslist, along with flirtatious e-mails.[131] He did not rely on a pseudonym or a false e-mail address but used his official Congressional e-mail for all communication. Lee said: "I regret the harm that my actions have caused my family, my staff and my constituents.... I have made profound mistakes and I promise to work as hard as I can to seek their forgiveness.”[132] (2011)
  • Anthony Weiner, Representative (D-NY), admitted to sending sexually explicit photos of himself to several women through his Twitter account.[133] He resigned from Congress on June 16, 2011,[134] but kept sexting after his resignation.[135] (2011)
  • Scott DesJarlais, Representative (R-TN), admitted under oath to at least six affairs, including two affairs with his patients and staffers while he was a physician at Grandview Medical Center in Jasper, TN. Additionally, while running on a pro-life platform, DesJarlais made his ex-wife have two abortions, and tried to persuade a mistress who was his patient, into an abortion as well.[136][137][138]
  • David Wu, Representative (D-OR), resigned from the House of Representatives after being accused of making unwanted sexual advances toward a fundraiser's daughter. July 26, 2011.[139][140]
  • Herman Cain ® 2012 Republican presidential candidate, was accused of sexual harassment by several women. These accusations eventually caused him to suspend his run for the presidential nomination (2012)[141][142] including Sharon Bialek, Karen Kraushaar, and having a 13-year affair with Ginger White.[143][144] Donna Donella also reported possible inappropriate behavior.[145][146][147]
  • Vance McAllister, Representative (R-LA), who is married and the father of five, was caught on surveillance camera deeply kissing a married staffer. Several prominent Republicans asked McAllister to resign. In response, he stated he would not seek re-election in 2016.[148][149] McCallister said: "There's no doubt I've fallen short and I'm asking for forgiveness. I’m asking for forgiveness from God, my wife, my kids, my staff, and my constituents who elected me to serve". (2014)[150]
  • Blake Farenthold, Representative (R-TX) was reported to have paid $84,000 of taxpayer money, via the House of Representatives Office of Compliance, to settle a sexual harassment complaint from a former staffer. Farenthold's former communications director Lauren Greene sued the congressman in December 2014,[151] and a settlement was reached in 2015. The identity of Farenthold with respect to taxpayer involvement was made public in 2017. This was the first documented case of taxpayer funds being used to settle sexual harassment complaints against a member of Congress. (2014)[152]
  • Dennis Hastert, former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (R-IL), pled guilty to structuring bank withdrawals in order to conceal deliberately-unspecified misconduct by Hastert against an unnamed individual years earlier.[153]At a sentencing hearing in October 2015, Hastert admitted that he had sexually abused boys while he worked as a high school wrestling coach decades earlier. (2015)[154][155]
  • Donald Trump ®, the 45th President of the United States, was accused of sexual assault by 13 women during the 2016 election and he denied the allegations.[156] The allegations arose after The Washington Post released a 2005 video of Trump, recorded on a hot microphone by Access Hollywood, in which he brags about groping women.[157] In the video, Trump said, "I’ll admit it. I did try and **** her. She was married. ... You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. I just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab them by the ****. You can do anything."[158] The tape was released two days before a televised debate against Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, at which he dismissed the video as "locker room talk."[159] Trump himself renewed the controversy a year later by alleging that the video was fake,[160] to which Access Hollywood replied, "Let us make this perfectly clear — the tape is very real. Remember his excuse at the time was 'locker-room talk.' He said every one of those words."[161][162]
  • Tim Murphy, Representative (R-PA), had an extramarital affair with Shannon Edwards, a 32-year-old forensic psychologist. The pro-life Murphy asked Edwards to have an abortion after she became pregnant. The information was revealed as part of Murphy's divorce proceedings and published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette after it fought in Pennsylvania state court to have the documents unsealed. Murphy resigned his seat in Congress.
  • Roy Moore, U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama ® has been accused by nine women[163] of sexual misconduct with them when they were in their teens. The first of his accusers said that at the time, she was 14 years old, while he was 32.[164]
  • Al Franken, Senator (D-MN), was accused by radio newscaster, Leeann Tweeden, of forcibly kissing her and later groping her without consent during a U.S.O. tour in 2006. Tweeden produced photo evidence of the grope, taken by Franken when Tweeden was asleep. Franken admitted to the allegations and apologized for his actions.[165]
  • Joe Barton, Representative (R-TX) acknowledged he took and emailed nude photos of himself in 2015, following their leak in November 2017.[166]
  • John Conyers Jr. , Congressman(D-MI), A former staffer for Rep. John Conyers Jr. of Michigan has accused the Detroit Democrat of unwanted sexual advances. Speaker Paul D. Ryan and Representative Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader, each told reporters that Mr. Conyers, Democrat of Michigan, should resign after a woman who settled a sexual harassment claim against him said on television that the lawmaker had “violated” her body, repeatedly propositioned her for sex and asked her to touch his genitals.[167]

That's quite the list. I also saw today former Rep from TN Harold Ford was fired from his current job because if inappropriate blah blah blah.

 

Who knew being a decent human being was so difficult?

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2010–2017[edit]

  • Eric Massa, Representative (D-NY), resigned to avoid an ethics investigation into his admitted groping and tickling of multiple male staffers. He later stated on Fox News, "not only did I grope [a staffer], I tickled him until he couldn't breathe," (2010)[124][125]
  • David Wu, Representative (D-OR), resigned from the House of Representatives after being accused of making unwanted sexual advances toward a fundraiser's daughter. July 26, 2011.[139][140]
  • Herman Cain ® 2012 Republican presidential candidate, was accused of sexual harassment by several women. These accusations eventually caused him to suspend his run for the presidential nomination (2012)[141][142] including Sharon Bialek, Karen Kraushaar, and having a 13-year affair with Ginger White.[143][144] Donna Donella also reported possible inappropriate behavior.[145][146][147]
  • Blake Farenthold, Representative (R-TX) was reported to have paid $84,000 of taxpayer money, via the House of Representatives Office of Compliance, to settle a sexual harassment complaint from a former staffer. Farenthold's former communications director Lauren Greene sued the congressman in December 2014,[151] and a settlement was reached in 2015. The identity of Farenthold with respect to taxpayer involvement was made public in 2017. This was the first documented case of taxpayer funds being used to settle sexual harassment complaints against a member of Congress. (2014)[152]
  • Dennis Hastert, former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (R-IL), pled guilty to structuring bank withdrawals in order to conceal deliberately-unspecified misconduct by Hastert against an unnamed individual years earlier.[153]At a sentencing hearing in October 2015, Hastert admitted that he had sexually abused boys while he worked as a high school wrestling coach decades earlier. (2015)[154][155]
  • Donald Trump ®, the 45th President of the United States, was accused of sexual assault by 13 women during the 2016 election and he denied the allegations.[156] The allegations arose after The Washington Post released a 2005 video of Trump, recorded on a hot microphone by Access Hollywood, in which he brags about groping women.[157] In the video, Trump said, "I’ll admit it. I did try and **** her. She was married. ... You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. I just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab them by the ****. You can do anything."[158] The tape was released two days before a televised debate against Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, at which he dismissed the video as "locker room talk."[159] Trump himself renewed the controversy a year later by alleging that the video was fake,[160] to which Access Hollywood replied, "Let us make this perfectly clear — the tape is very real. Remember his excuse at the time was 'locker-room talk.' He said every one of those words."[161][162]
  • Roy Moore, U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama ® has been accused by nine women[163] of sexual misconduct with them when they were in their teens. The first of his accusers said that at the time, she was 14 years old, while he was 32.[164]
  • Al Franken, Senator (D-MN), was accused by radio newscaster, Leeann Tweeden, of forcibly kissing her and later groping her without consent during a U.S.O. tour in 2006. Tweeden produced photo evidence of the grope, taken by Franken when Tweeden was asleep. Franken admitted to the allegations and apologized for his actions.[165]
  • John Conyers Jr. , Congressman(D-MI), A former staffer for Rep. John Conyers Jr. of Michigan has accused the Detroit Democrat of unwanted sexual advances. Speaker Paul D. Ryan and Representative Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic leader, each told reporters that Mr. Conyers, Democrat of Michigan, should resign after a woman who settled a sexual harassment claim against him said on television that the lawmaker had “violated” her body, repeatedly propositioned her for sex and asked her to touch his genitals.[167]

 

 

I edited your list to be apples to apples to what I was talking about (sexual assault)...and shouldn't Clinton be up there by now? lol

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That's quite the list. I also saw today former Rep from TN Harold Ford was fired from his current job because if inappropriate blah blah blah.

 

Who knew being a decent human being was so difficult?

It's **** like this that angers me the most (almost).

 

  • Blake Farenthold, Representative (R-TX) was reported to have paid $84,000 of taxpayer money, via the House of Representatives Office of Compliance, to settle a sexual harassment complaint from a former staffer. Farenthold's former communications director Lauren Greene sued the congressman in December 2014,[151] and a settlement was reached in 2015. The identity of Farenthold with respect to taxpayer involvement was made public in 2017. This was the first documented case of taxpayer funds being used to settle sexual harassment complaints against a member of Congress. (2014)[152]
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I edited your list to be apples to apples to what I was talking about (sexual assault)...and shouldn't Clinton be up there by now? lol

Cool, now maybe you can go back and edit your own posts. 

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He is claiming a coordinated pedophile ring in Hollywood.

 

I'm sure he was molested or raped as a kid. It started somewhere. I don't buy in to his story though. Even the other Cory's mom is speaking against him as Feldman is trying to drag her dead son into it.

 

The fact he won't spill the beans about these people now that people are finally listening to him tells me everything.

 

It's one thing that people don't want to talk about it because they don't want to relive it. They want to supress it. They just don't want anyone knowing. There's a lot of reasons they can use.

 

His reason is I want to talk, but not till I get paid.

 

http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2017/12/07/corey-feldmans-1993-audio-files-naming-alleged-sexual-predators-found-by-santa-barbara-county-sheriffs-office.html

 

Corey Feldman's 1993 audio files naming alleged sexual predators found by Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office

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Gloria Allred tried to hire my company. I turned her down as I didn’t want to be associated in any way with her.

 

I can’t remember what exactly it was for, but possibly it was to create a social network to expose deadbeats or maybe possible sex predators. This was many years ago.

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Any time Gloria Allred is involved, you can bet it's a scam.

 

Not necesarily a scam but you can bet the house all people involved are trying to squeeze as much money out of the outcome as possible.

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+Mario Batali

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/chef-mario-batali-takes-leave-160007902.html

 

Four women have accused Mario Batali of sexual misconduct over the past two decades, according to a report Eater published Monday

The chef and restauranteur allegedly groped all four women without their consent and repeatedly behaved inappropriately. Three of the women worked for Batali, and the other works as a chef. 

Batali is taking a leave of absence from his position at Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group, a management company that supports over 20 restaurants. ABC has asked Batali to step away from “The Chew,” the daytime show he co-hosts, according to Eater.

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Polling stations this morning across Alabama have reported record attendance for the special election.

 

I'm not sure what this means - stay tuned tonight for election returns.

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With 93% of precincts reporting, it was less than 12,000 votes separating the two. We had over 20,000 write in ballots state wide. Don't really know what these people were trying to do.

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Even Chachi was at it? Lol at 17 being the age of consent in California though. Also Nicole Eggert was fine AF back in the day. Now she's starting to look like Stifler's Mom

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Even Chachi was at it? Lol at 17 being the age of consent in California though. Also Nicole Eggert was fine AF back in the day. Now she's starting to look like Stifler's Mom

WTF?  Charles in Charge is getting swept up in this? 

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WTF? Charles in Charge is getting swept up in this?

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Even Chachi was at it? Lol at 17 being the age of consent in California though. Also Nicole Eggert was fine AF back in the day. Now she's starting to look like Stifler's Mom

 

So she's just hitting her prime?

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So she's just hitting her prime?

2018 Stifler's Mom not 99/00 prime Stifler's Mom

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2018 Stifler's Mom not 99/00 prime Stifler's Mom

 

That timing tho...

 

What's streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon in February

What's new on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon in January

Netflix

Feb. 1

  • “3,000 Miles to Graceland”
  • “42 Grams”
  • “Aeon Flux”
  • “American Pie”
  • “American Pie 2”
  • “American Pie Presents: Band Camp”
  • “American Pie Presents: The Book of Love”
  • “American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile”
  • “Ella Enchanted”
  • “Extract”
  • “GoodFellas”
  • “How the Beatles Changed the World”
  • “John Mellencamp: Plain Spoken”
  • “Kill Bill: Vol. 1”
  • “Kill Bill: Vol. 2”
  • Lara Croft: Tomb Raider”
  • “Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution”
  • “Lovesick”
  • “Meet the Fockers”
  • “Meet the Parents”
  • “Men in Black”
  • “National Parks Adventure”
  • “Ocean’s Eleven”
  • “Ocean’s Thirteen”
  • “Ocean’s Twelve”
  • “Paint It Black”
  • “Scream 3”
  • The Hurt Locker
  • “Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story”
  • “Z Nation” Season 4

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That timing tho...

 

What's streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon in February

What's new on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon in January

Netflix

Feb. 1

  • “3,000 Miles to Graceland”
  • “42 Grams”
  • “Aeon Flux”
  • “American Pie”
  • “American Pie 2”
  • “American Pie Presents: Band Camp”
  • “American Pie Presents: The Book of Love”
  • “American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile”
  • “Ella Enchanted”
  • “Extract”
  • “GoodFellas”
  • “How the Beatles Changed the World”
  • “John Mellencamp: Plain Spoken”
  • “Kill Bill: Vol. 1”
  • “Kill Bill: Vol. 2”
  • Lara Croft: Tomb Raider”
  • “Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution”
  • “Lovesick”
  • “Meet the Fockers”
  • “Meet the Parents”
  • “Men in Black”
  • “National Parks Adventure”
  • “Ocean’s Eleven”
  • “Ocean’s Thirteen”
  • “Ocean’s Twelve”
  • “Paint It Black”
  • “Scream 3”
  • The Hurt Locker
  • “Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story”
  • “Z Nation” Season 4

ujv6jxy.jpeg

 

 

All classics

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She looks like she ATE Stifler's Mom 

sounds like something to fap to

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Ugh... of all people, I just read about Lawrence ****ing Krauss. This is a real burst of the bubble for me. Meh. 

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Next up Sam Harris, Michio Kaku, Neil Tyson and Elon Musk. 

No..............................

 

Somebody already tried to bag Neil, but he came out unscathed. The Lawrence Krauss read is pretty ****ing convincing, and it goes back ten years. 

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No..............................

 

Somebody already tried to bag Neil, but he came out unscathed. The Lawrence Krauss read is pretty **** convincing, and it goes back ten years. 

Wasn't aware Neil had false allegations. I don't keep up with this stuff. 

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Wasn't aware Neil had false allegations. I don't keep up with this stuff. 

I don't really keep up with anything other than T stuff, lol. **** just trickles in through my various news feeds. 

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