27 September 2018

I'm not sure it was at Ford's Theater...

It might have been at Ford's Theater, but it might also have been on the Mall, or in the White House, or on Capitol Hill. I'm a little hazy on the day, too. It might have been April 4, 1865, but it also could have been a few days before or after, maybe even as early as 1864.

The suit alleges Swetnick "engaged in unwelcome sexual innuendo and inappropriate conduct" directed at two male employees during a business lunch, with Webtrends customers present.

Swetnick claimed two other employees had sexually harassed her, according to the suit.


Anonymous said...

old white guy says----------------many people live in the fantasies created by their own mind.

Neo Conservative said...

no proof... no witnesses... this is the
hijacking of the political process.


Fred from BC said...

Absolutely it is.

Someone should ask one of the 'journalists' covering this charade the following questions:

1) Do you have any actual verification or evidence that any of these sexual assault stories is true?

2) Should networks and other media outlets endlessly report stories when there is no actual evidence that they are true?

3) Should people be considered innocent until proven guilty or guilty until they prove their innocence (which is almost impossible after 35 years)?

4) Is it good, fair, or factual reporting when the media seek to destroy a person, a family, and their livelihood because they don't like their political views?

I won't hold my breath...

Neo Conservative said...

even paul bernardo had the right
to a trial... and we had video
of that crazy fuck.