Long before Rep. John Conyers and Sen. Al Franken bowed to pressure from their fellow Democrats and opted to leave their positions, a handful of conservatives were warning that the ostensibly altruistic motives of Nancy Pelosi and her fellow party leaders were, in fact, a ploy to try and force Republicans in Congress to turn on President Donald Trump.
After all, only weeks ago Pelosi took to the Sunday shows to defend Conyers, claiming he was an “icon” in the fight for women’s rights and minority rights. Of course, that was probably before the Democrats realized the political opportunity on their hands.
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While some of these warnings were swiftly dismissed as conspiracy theorists, it looks like they, too, might ultimately be proven to be a conspiracy “fact.” To wit, as the Hill reports, three women who have accused President Trump of sexual harassment are calling on Congress to launch an investigation into the allegations against him.
As one of the women put it: "If they were willing to investigate Sen. [Al] Franken [D-Minn.], it’s only fair that they do the same for Trump,” said Rachel Crooks, one of the president’s accusers."
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None of the women who appeared on Megyn Kelly’s show this morning raised new allegations against Trump. Instead, they’re reiterating allegations that were emphasized during the campaign – a clear sign that Democrats see this as their “moment” to go after Trump, and are grabbing the brass ring with both hands.
The women held a press conference Monday to demand that the president be held accountable for his actions...Crooks has accused the president of forcibly kissing her 12 years ago at Trump Tower, where she was a young receptionist.
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Samantha Holvey, a former Miss USA contestant who says Trump walked into the dressing room to inspect the women, said the president should step down over...