#MeToo PACs to target Republicans

#MeToo PACs to target Republicans

[Ed. – Probably without corroboration, assuming they follow the anti-Kavanaugh model.  The claim of one PAC that it plans to look at Democrats in the primaries of the next election cycle? Priceless.]

If you believe the character assassination of Brett Kavanaugh by the Democrats and the #MeToo mob is an isolated phenomenon, you’re kidding yourself. Such smears will be the primary weapon they deploy against Republicans throughout the midterms. …

The smears have already begun, and the victims aren’t limited to men running for (or members of) the U.S. Congress. Washington State Senator Joe Fain, for example, was targeted last week by a woman who accuses him of raping her 11 years ago. … [H]ere’s the passage of this story that should give you the creeps:

Faber explained later in a statement that she was inspired by Christine Blasey Ford, a California psychology professor who told the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when the two were teenagers. Kavanaugh fiercely denied Ford’s claims.

… Meanwhile, political action committees are being created by #MeToo activists for the specific purpose of going after hapless Republicans. The Enough Is Enough Voter Project, for example, is allegedly committed to making violence against women “a voting issue.” These social justice warriors believe that large numbers of politicians at the state and national level have escaped meaningful consequences despite being “credibly accused” of serious sexual misconduct — including the failure to vote for certain bills.

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