Two prominent progressive leftists have inadvertently provided cover for Alabama Senate candidate, Judge Roy Moore who is facing a sudden onslaught of accusations from nearly 40 years ago, accusations which began just one month before the upcoming special election on December 12, accusations that began with a hit piece from the leftist Washington Post — who endorsed Moore’s Democrat opponent — and from liberal notorious ambulance chaser Gloria Allred
On Sunday, Soviet-style socialist Bernie Sanders was asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” by host Jake Tapper if Sanders agreed with Democrat Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who recently said that Bill Clinton should have resigned after his “inappropriate sexual relationship with a White House intern,” Monica Lewinsky.
“I don’t think that at this point our goal is to look back 20 years or 30 years,” Sanders told Tapper. “Our goal is to go forward…” he argued.
Last Friday, on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” frequent guest Donny Deutsch was asked by co-host Mika Brzezinski, “Should you be brought down for the way you were 30 years ago, I want to know?”
“Should I be brought down if I tried to kiss a woman — should my life end because I did that 30 years ago — I would hope not,” Deutch answered.
Is it possible that progressive leftist Donny Deutsch is getting out in front of allegations to come out against him? Morning Mika certainly seems concerned that might be forthcoming. Morning Joe recently lost Mark Halperin as a contributor after he was recently outed as a progressive predator.
As the Washington Free Beacon noted last week, Deutsch wrote a book in which he seemed to justify men in power being womanizers.
“I would argue that this goes hand in hand with the personality type. Why do we expect men who are conquerors to stop conquering when it comes to women?” Deutsch wrote.
So we’re supposed to believe that you can’t dig up dirt on progressive leftist Democrats from 20-30 years ago, but allegations from 40 years ago against a Christian conservative constitutionalist like Judge Roy Moore — right before an election — are perfectly fine?