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Something in common

Sen. Kamala Harris of California, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachussetts, failed gubenatorial candidate Stacey Abrams of Georgia, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Hillary Clinton all have something in common.

They are all supporters of Joe Biden even though he had been accused of sexual assault by a former staffer.

All these women were also supporters of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and believed her allegations against Supreme Court candidate Brett Kavanaugh when she made sexual assault allegations against him at his Senate confirmation hearings.

They were the “I believers” when it came to allegations of sexual improprieties made against men by women.

The difference in the two allegations are that Joe Biden’s accuser had supporting evidence and Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser didn’t.

The conclusion I come away with when I hear these revelations is that these women are not supporters of the #Metoo movement.

Rather, they only are when they can use it as a political weapon.

Is it any wonder why so many voters have such a low opinion of politicians?

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