CNN analyst Brian Karem arrogantly demanded White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, during a press briefing on Monday, reveal whether she had ever been sexually harrassed and if she had empathy for sexual harrassment victims.

Not a single female reporter in the room was outraged by Karem’s personally intrusive question. The reason for that is they are all members of the liberal mainstream media and President Trump is their enemy.

Therefore, any woman working for President Trump is automatically the enemy and does not enjoy the same respect and support they would give a liberal woman. In fact, as has been proven by many questions coming from female correspondents during White House press briefings, Sarah Sanders and all conservatives, regardless of gender or race, deserve and receive no respect and support at all.

Sacrificial perverts Franken and Conyers have been expended to justify the coming crusade to force President Trump from the White House on multiple charges of sexual misconduct, which anyone with a shred of objectivity can see right through. But, the liberal weenies in the mainstream media will trumpet the fake news 24/7 and the Megyn Kellys and Mika Bzrzrzzenzrzrzzezrzenskis will feign their righteous indignation from sea to shining sea all day, every day.

I’m thinking it is all for naught. Mom and Pop America can see clearly what is going on and it is a joke, the same foul joke played on Judge Roy Moore for the past month or two, mostly now debunked as desperate lies to upend a political opponent.

Until some of the women who are making these baseless charges are called to account and reveal those who put them up to making potentially career-ending BS allegations against political opponents, then you can expect more of the same. I will not be surprised if the number of Trump accusers reaches triple digits, the left screaming for President Trump’s impeachment or resignation every step of the way. They don’t need evidence. All they need are allegations and a willfully dishonest press.

From Business Insider

After facing several questions about the multiple allegations of sexual misconduct against President Donald Trump, the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, was asked by a reporter during a press briefing on Monday whether she had ever been sexually harassed or had empathy for victims.

“Absolutely I would say that I have an empathy for any individual who has been sexually harassed, and that certainly would be the policy of the White House,” Sanders said.

“I’m not here to speak about my personal experience on that front, but I’m here to relay information on behalf of the president,” she added.

Trump, who maintains that all 19 women who have accused him of sexual harassment or abuseare “liars,” has both praised women across the US for coming forward with their stories of sexual abuse and defended men accused of sexual misconduct, including Roy Moore, the US Senate candidate in Alabama.

Moore has been accused of engaging in sexual misconduct with teenage girls when he was in his 30s. One woman says Moore molested her, and another says he sexually assaulted and attempted to rape her.

The White House released a statement on Monday morning, as three of Trump’s accusers spoke on NBC News’ “Megyn Kelly Today” about their experiences.

The statement called the allegations against the president politically motivated.

“These false claims, totally disputed in most cases by eyewitness accounts, were addressed at length during last year’s campaign, and the American people voiced their judgment by delivering a decisive victory,” the statement read. “The timing and absurdity of these false claims speaks volumes, and the publicity tour that has begun only further confirms the political motives behind them.”