The unintended consequence of the Weinstein Scandal

You know, there is one unintended consequence of the ever-expanding scandal surrounding Harvey Weinstein that I’m guessing the Left doesn’t want you to notice.

But that’s what I’m for – connecting the dots that they need unconnected.

The Weinstein scandal broke just nine days ago.

And in the intervening days, more than thirty women have come forward to accuse him of everything from flat-out rape to making unbelievably gross sexual advances to ejaculating into potted foliage.

Last I checked this morning, the number was at thirty-four. But that may have gone up since then.

So in nine days’ time, more than thirty women have chronicled their own icky interactions with Mr. Potted Plant.

More than thirty.

Now, to the unintended consequence.

Last weekend marked the one-year anniversary of the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape.

But you know what didn’t happen in the nine days – or even one year – after the story broke?


No women came forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault.

And trust me on this one.

If there had been one woman who accused Trump of sexually assaulting her, we would have seen her face on the news 24/7 from October 7 to November 8.

Hillary would have mentioned her at least five dozen times during the debates.

The poor girl would have appeared on stage at every Hillary campaign event up to election day.

There would have been commercials airing with her tearfully recounting every lurid detail.

But they didn’t have one single woman accuse Mr. Trump of sexual assault.

In fact, the best Team Clinton and their sycophants in the media could do was a chubby former Miss Universe named Alicia Machado — who claimed Donald Trump called her “Miss Piggy.”

Over thirty women in nine days versus zero women in over 365 days.

See what I mean?

The media and Hillary wanted to utterly destroy Donald Trump. That’s why the “Access Hollywood” audio was released.

And maybe they thought the audio alone would sink his campaign.

But we know how the Clintons operate. And we have watched the press for over two years as they try to destroy Donald Trump.

They would have made the most of any woman who came forward.

You know it.

And I know it.

Now, to be fair, that didn’t stop them from accusing Trump of being a rapist and a sexual predator.

In fact, just the other day, Hillary actually said in a televised BBC interview that we have “an admitted sexual assaulter in the White House.”

But if that’s true, Hillary, where are the accusers?

You can’t have sexual assault if no woman was sexually assaulted.

The bottom line is this, if Donald Trump had forcibly subjected any woman to what he described in that “Access Hollywood” audio, she would have appeared on every single news program the same way chubby Alicia Machado did.

But no woman ever accused him of sexual assault.

The truth is, the only victims of sexual assault who stepped forward during this campaign were Bill Clinton’s victims.

And the one gigantic unintended consequence of the Weinstein scandal is now we know how women will react when a powerful man is exposed as a predator.

If the “Access Hollywood” audio was proof of an actual past practice of sexual assault, we would have seen the same thing happen to Donald Trump.

You know I’m right.

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4 thoughts on “The unintended consequence of the Weinstein Scandal

  • October 15, 2017 at 3:01 pm

    “we have “an admitted sexual assaulter in the White House.”

    Hillary, your husband is no longer President.

    And you are NOT President


  • October 15, 2017 at 7:51 pm

    Woman, for the love of God, would you please just SHUT UP AND GO AWAY?!!
    I’m sorry, was that misogynistic? Hehe

    • October 15, 2017 at 8:08 pm

      As long as you’re not talking about me. If you meant Hillary, then, no. Not misogynistic.

      • October 15, 2017 at 8:13 pm


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