The games being played by the media and their overlords in the Democrat Party are as transparent as the air we breathe (LA excepted) in regard to the sexual misconduct war that is underway.

The Democrats are trotting out “alleged” victim after “alleged” victim who claim, with no proof, not even a shred of evidence, just their claim, that Judge Roy Moore sexually abused them.

That’s all the media and Democrat Party need to take off running with a salacious scandal, giving it 24/7 air time.

Judge Moore says he has proof that some of these women have been paid to smear him. Will that change anything? Nah. The media will not cover it and the Democrats will excuse it or justify it, even though it is actually a crime, and if Judge Moore can prove it, then these crimes should be prosecuted. Every single one of these women should be given polygraph exams. Even the stepson of one accuser said his stepmother is “lying through her teeth.”

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Now we have a competing scandal. Senator Al Franken, who Democrats are lining up behind to support and excuse, justifying his sexual abuse, which he would certainly be denying, except for one small detail – photograph proof!

Hitlery Clinton says that Franken’s acknowledgment of his sexual abuse (which he had to acknowledge due to photographic proof) is commendable. It is Trump and Moore who have not acknowledged their allegations of sexual abuse, for which never a shred of evidence has been presented. The lingual gymnastics is mind-blowing!

Sarah Huckabee Sanders says there is a clear distinction between the allegations against Franken versus the allegations against President Trump and Roy Moore, that “Franken has admitted wrongdoing” (no choice) and the President and Moore have not.

True, but I believe there is an even greater distinction. There is ZERO evidence against President Trump and Judge Moore, and against Franken there is not only evidence but photographic proof. YUGE difference!

From BizPac Review

With the media eager to take advantage of the opportunity to draw President Donald Trump into the discussion of sexually inappropriate behavior by U.S. Sen. Al Franken, leave it to White House press secretary Sarah Sanders to set them straight.

The president’s spokeswoman pointed out a “clear distinction” between the two men regarding claims leveled against both, noting that the Democratic senator from Minnesota confessed his guilt.

“I think in one case specifically Sen. Franken has admitted wrongdoing and the president hasn’t,” Sanders said at Friday’s press briefing. “I think that’s a very clear distinction.”

Of course, Trump drew the media’s focus when he took to Twitter late Thursday to chastise Franken.

“The Al Frankenstien picture is really bad, speaks a thousand words. Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps?” the president tweeted.

Franken, who now faces an investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee, offered a mea culpa after Los Angeles TV and radio host Leeann Tweeden came forward to say he forcibly kissed and groped her during a 2006 USO tour in Iraq.  She shared the now infamous photo of Franken grabbing her breasts while she was asleep.

Coming from the world of comedy, I’ve told and written a lot of jokes that I once thought were funny but later came to realize were just plain offensive,” Franken said in a released statement. “But the intentions behind my actions aren’t the point at all. It’s the impact these jokes had on others that matters. And I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to come to terms with that.”

Following his lead of characterizing his behavior as “jokes” that have grown stale over the course of time, liberals were quick to engage in mental gymnastics to suggest that Franken “was just a comedian” at the time.