The Longest Actively Serving Democrat Is Now The Focus Of A Bombshell House Ethics Committee Investigation, This May End His Career For Good

Numerous Republican voters have landed at a crossroads of sort in that they are not exactly yet ready to surrender that the majority of Americans remain with them in thought and belief system. However, there are a huge number of signs that recommend that the Rightwing line of reasoning is precisely what is playing enormous the country over and we should take a gander at this with another excitement.

We know, for example, that Donald Trump won the race not by cheating, as the Democrats have endeavored a seemingly endless amount of time, however through an articulated partiality with the values of Americans. A huge number of Democrats de-registered and joined the Republican Party exactly BECAUSE of the Trump/Pence message of Make America Great Again. A majority of individuals (counting Hispanics) remain with the president on his immigration policies and the military, police, and border patrol agents have just gotten regard from the White House, rather than haughtiness, scorn, and dangers of federalization.

All things considered, is it any wonder that a man who guaranteed us that Donald Trump was a danger to ladies, and is currently being examined for “serial misogyny,” is losing the help of Republicans and Democrats alike? The longest currently serving Democrat, John Conyers, is presently the concentration of a House Ethics Committee examination that may simply end his profession for good!

Via Fox News:

The House Ethics Committee announced Tuesday it has launched an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Democratic Rep. John Conyers, after he admitted to settling a complaint with an ex-staffer who reportedly said she was fired for rebuffing his advances.


Following the announcement of the investigation, a second woman accused the congressman of sexual harassment, according to BuzzFeed News. The harassment allegedly occurred while she worked for Conyers as a scheduler.

According to the report, the woman filed a lawsuit in February against Conyers, claiming that she received unwelcomed touching “repeatedly and daily” between 2015 and 2016. But she reportedly dropped the lawsuit after a motion to seal the complaint was denied.

The motion was filed because she did not want to “irreparably harm” Conyers, BuzzFeed reported. 

BuzzFeed News obtained the lawsuit documents but said they redacted the woman’s name to preserve her privacy.

The woman claimed in the lawsuit that the harassment came via inappropriate comments or touching that eventually became “so common and pervasive that they created a hostile work environment,” BuzzFeed News reported.

The harassment reportedly began not long after she began working for Conyers and over time escalated to daily encounters that included, “rubbing on her shoulders, kissing her forehead, covering and attempting to hold her hand,” as well as invitations to his home, she said in the court documents.

She alleged the behavior led her to experience “insomnia, anxiety, depression and chest pains,” BuzzFeed News reported.

The lawsuit also reportedly included a claim that Conyer’s wife called the woman a whore and said she’d wanted to have an affair with the representative.

The accuser eventually took a sick leave of absence in 2016, BuzzFeed reported, during which she claimed files were stolen from her flash drive and given to authority figures.

She ultimately was dismissed from her position after she refused to provide documents corroborating her need to be on leave, citing an “atmosphere of mistrust,” the report said.

We are being persuaded that a man who has been a “civil rights icon” isn’t equipped for being a “serial misogynist” when it’s very evident that the supposed anxiety that he has been encountering is a side effect of a feeling of remorse. On the off chance that worry over these charges is sufficient to send Conyers to the hospital, at that point something unique underneath the surface is affecting everything, in light of the fact that he has handled significantly more questionable issues before.

I am wagering that this issue is discreetly settled in a way that conceals any hint of failure look for the House part… maybe a little revile (official, obviously) that expresses that while they have not “definitively” confirmed that he had submitted himself to wrong-doing, the House panel individuals would not like to expel the charges crazy. Something like that, no doubt. Be that as it may, his profession will definitely end on that harsh note.

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H/T American Conservative Herald, Fox News