2018 Oct 19, 9:53pm
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In the statement, Canton, Ohio area attorney Laura Mills described a sexual encounter her client had with Brown in the late 1980s. Brown was Ohio's Secretary of State at the time and the unnamed woman had met Brown in the course of her work.According to Mills, Brown pushed her client up against a wall."She described an unexpected, uninvited, unwanted, and sudden advance, roughly pushing her up against a wall," Mills said in the statement. "It did stop after she expressed dismay and very firmly pulled away, explaining that was not her style nor why she was there. He then said he remembered what she had on the day they had met some time earlier and that he had been attracted to her."
Goran_K says#IbelieveHer #BelieveWomenThis is a gift that just keeps giving.
Right? Democrats forgot that MeToo is a double edged sword.
Ah I forgot he is guilty of not already carrying his NPC consent
How do you know that the advance is unwanted before you make it?
mell saysHow do you know that the advance is unwanted before you make it?There is no way to know. But it's actually much worse than that. Women can retroactively change their claim of "wanted" or not. And they "must be believed" without due process. In fact, in direct opposition to due process.The right answer is to go back to the traditional rule which is part of every major religion because of millennia of experience with such disputes:A woman voluntarily alone with a man she is not related to must be assumed by the courts to have given consent to sex.This leads to a corollary:No man may require a woman to be alone with him. Not for work, education, or anything else.
Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown facing allegations of sexual assault in the 1980s
What fucking pussies these democrats are. A real republican man would molest young boys.